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  • Grand Forks AFB to lead future ISR missions

    the Department of the Air Force announced today it will conduct infrastructure planning in 2022 for construction and renovation projects at Grand Forks AFB, projected to begin in 2023.

  • Sword Athena 2021 Drives Positive Change for Servicewomen & Families

    A coalition of volunteers from across Air Combat Command came together to identify, tackle, and propose solutions to female- and family-centric barriers to readiness during the second annual Sword Athena 2021.The grassroots event culminated in an outbrief to Gen. Mark Kelly, commander of ACC, in

  • Grand Forks Airman leads digital transition

    Staff Sgt. Kyle Marquart, Unit Security Manager for the 348th Reconnaissance Squadron, made movements in waste reduction by initiating and leading the transition of the Squadron Aviation Resource Management (SARM) records from paper to digital.

  • 319th Reconnaissance Wing to field E-11 mission at Robins

    The Air Force announced plans recently that the 319th Reconnaissance Wing at Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota, will now provide command and control support for the Air Force’s E-11 Battlefield Airborne Control Node aircraft mission.Under the proposed plan, which is contingent on

  • Juneteenth Observance

    Warriors of the North,President Biden has signed into law the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, establishing June 19 as a federal holiday. The federal government has declared an observance of the federal holiday on Friday, June 18. Federal employees are authorized to observe the Juneteenth

  • Air Force announces art contest winners

    The Air Force Services Center recently announced the winners of the annual Air Force Art Contest. The contest ran March 1-31. A team of judges evaluated each entrant’s artwork for impact, creativity, and technical criteria in adult and youth categories.

  • Current PCS, household goods affected by supply shortages

    Following the COVID-19 pandemic, supply shortages have been popping up in everything from lumber to computer chips to new cars. These shortfalls are likely to affect some service members and their families this summer during the typically busy permanent change of station, or PCS, season.