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  • Offutt takes precautions with fuel storage area

    Out of an abundance of caution, Offutt officials have taken precautionary measures to mitigate potential fuel leaks from storage units on base.
  • Chapel response team hub for flood volunteers, donations

    In order to organize the outpouring of volunteer and donation requests due to base flooding, the Offutt Chapel has stood up a chapel response team.
  • Team Offutt battling flood waters

    Like large portions of Nebraska, Offutt personnel are battling flood waters which started to creep onto the installation March 15.
  • Unite program funds free fun

    Air Force bases globally are hiring Community Cohesion Coordinators, a new position meant to aid with Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein’s focus on revitalizing squadrons.
  • Offutt AFB: There is an app for that

    The Air Force recently rolled-out a free smart phone app, USAF Connect, specifically designed to make information more accessible for Department of Defense members and their families.
  • On-base taxi services up, running

    Offutt recently became the first Air Force base to allow taxi services without DoD-issued credentials or a pre-coordinated Entry Access List to enter the installation.
  • Greeting a defender matters

    When Tech. Sgt. Raymond Santiago, 55th Security Forces Squadron flight chief and prior military training instructor, asked me to shadow defenders at the gate, I could not say no – not because I was excited about it, but because I did not want him to think I was not up for it.
  • Second experiment for IT services begins at eight bases

    The Air Force is experimenting to find out whether giving Airmen access to industry-provided network service, customer service and device management will improve their user experience.
  • Spouse of the Year: One in a million

    Of the more than 1.1 million military spouses, many are faced with challenges not incurred by their civilian counterparts. 
  • Students hired for cyber security

    The Curtis E. LeMay Civil Air Patrol Composite Squadron, established in 1956, may be the oldest continuously operational squadron on the base, but their programs are geared toward the future.

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