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Default Air Force Logo Do it for the kids
With the return of the school year, many things around Cannon Air Force Base and Clovis, New Mexico, will be occurring for parents and their children. While this time of year may not seem to have significance to those families without children, the school year actually opens up many opportunities for self-improvement and community involvement for Cannon’s Air Commandos, regardless of family size.
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2017
(Air Force graphic/Staff Sgt. Alexx Pons) AF defers promotion, re-enlistment ineligibility policy tied to enlisted distance learning completion
The Air Force has deferred the effective date for promotion and re-enlistment eligibility associated with the Air Force policy to complete enlisted professional military education distance learning courses within 12 months of enrollment until Jan. 1.The six-month deferment allows additional time to validate notification and acknowledgment
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2016
A student operates a remote-control helicopter at the Math in the Military event March 26, 2015 at Gattis Middle School in Clovis, N.M. The activity demonstrated how ratios and other mathematical equations help Airmen pilot various air frames. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Chip Slack) Math in the Military
Volunteers from Cannon took part in the Math in the Military event at Gattis Middle School in Clovis, New Mexico, Thursday. Air Commandos had the opportunity to put their Air Force practices into a hands-on event for the students of Gattis, which included learning about ratios involving equipment on a helicopter to calculating the center balance of
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2015
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Kayla Lassalle, 27th Special Operations Contracting Squadron contracting specialist, makes use of library resources March 25, 2015 at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. The Air Force recently made several changes to the tuition assistance program that could affect some recipients of TA in significant ways. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Staff Sgt. Alex Mercer) New MilTA requirements
Recently, the Air Force made several changes to the tuition assistance program that could affect some recipients of TA in significant ways.The Air Force TA program is a quality-of-life initiative that provides 100 percent of tuition fees for college courses taken by active-duty military members. The program provides up to $4,500 per year, or up to
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2015
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