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  • 509th Security Forces Squadron Police Week

    Police week is an opportunity for all service members and civilians to remember and honor fallen Defenders. The 509th SFS has planned multiple events throughout next week to allow all Airmen and their families to connect with and learn more about Air Force Defenders.

  • two Wings, One Team

    Airmen must often integrate and work together as a team to support and accomplish the U.S. Air Force’s mission to fly, fight, and win. When active duty, reserve, and National Guard components work together, it’s known as Total Force Integration.While the 442nd Fighter Wing is a reserve wing and the

  • Nothing but the Tooth

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Imani Bryant strives in her career to improve the lives of every Airman or civilian she takes care of or leads.She is the non-commissioned officer in charge of the Air Force Dental Readiness Assurance Program in the 509th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron, and she

  • Resiliency: An Airman's Greatest Strength

    Balancing work and personal life can be a challenge in the Air Force. Airmen must often work long hours, take on additional duties, and keep up with their training. They often learn to be resilient to manage stressful situations, which can be important to get them through the day. For U.S. Air Force

  • 509th Force Support Squadron is always ready to assist

    There is a face behind every weight lifted, meal served, and sporting event held at Whiteman. Services Airmen continually develop skills, making them more versatile and mission capable and ensuring that there are weights to be lifted, meals to be served, and events to be held.

  • Spirit Vigilance exercise

    Spirit Vigilance exercise is captured at Whiteman Air Force Base, showing the capabilities of the B-2 and the Airmen who support it. Spirit Vigilance is part of routine Vigilance exercises that bomb wings across the Air Force conduct multiple times a year.

  • Military families serving military families

    My name is Tessa Fulmer. I am a mother, educator, and a military spouse here at Whiteman Air Force Base. Recently, my class made and decorated a “box of sunshine” for a deployed member of the Air Force. My students held a drive and brought in items over the course of a month. After the success of