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  • DOD releases overseas stop movement order in response to COVID-19

    Building upon previously enacted movement restrictions governing foreign travel, permanent change of station moves, temporary duty and personal leave, this stop movement order will also impact exercises, deployments, redeployments and other global force management activities. Approximately 90,000 Service Members slated to deploy or redeploy over the next 60 days will likely be impacted by this stop movement order.
  • DISA renews anti-virus software license agreement helping teleworkers keep machines safe at home

    Recognizing a need, DISA and the DoD have renewed their anti-virus home use programs.
  • Teddy Bear Treasure Hunt

    Google trends show that the top search worldwide is COVID-19, a virus that is listed as a pandemic across the globe.
  • Kadena conducts COVID-19 testing

    Airmen from the 18th Medical Group conduct COVID-19 testing at Kadena Air Base, Japan, March 20. Under the most current guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, the 18 MDG has increased its testing for the disease. Those who are tested become Persons Under Investigation (PUI), are contacted by Public Health, placed into isolation and instructed on how to avoid spread of their illness to family members in the home.
  • Eielson Airmen take action against COVID-19

    A 354th Security Forces Squadron Airman scans a common access card on Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, March 20, 2020. Installation personnel and visitors must present their I.D. to defenders at the main gate for verification. The change is one of many precautionary measures implemented base-wide to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. (U.S. Air
  • Air Force releases findings on 2019 Joint-Base Elmendorf-Richardson motor vehicle accident

    Pacific Air Forces released the results of its investigation into a motor vehicle accident resulting in the death Mr. Dunstan Wagner Aug. 18, 2019, at the Moose Run Golf Course at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.
  • JBER implements Health Protection Condition (HPCON) CHARLIE

    The Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Installation Commander has declared a Public Health Emergency, and directed Health Protection Condition (HPCON) to CHARLIE effective immediately and for the foreseeable future. HPCON CHARLIE is defined as an elevated risk of sustained community transmission. The state of Alaska currently reports a total of 32 confirmed cases.
  • 7th AF Airman supports military, families at Osan Air Base

    Senior Airman Aaliyah Sumpter, 7th Air Force Commander Support Staff technician, is assigned to the 7th AF headquarters building at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. 7th AF is the numbered Air Force that provides oversight as the air component for each of these warfighters. It’s the job of the CSS to ensure that 7th AF leaders have the right administrative tools ready to make critical decisions for the Airmen.
  • Air Mobility Command temporarily suspends most Space-A travel due to COVID-19

    Air Mobility Command today temporarily suspended most Space-Available travel aboard AMC and contracted aircraft, except for certain Category I, IV, and VI travel, effective March 21 in order to limit COVID-19’s spread and its impact on the force.
  • Medical Group protects Wolf Pack amid COVID-19 response

    The 8th Medical Group took proactive and precautionary measures during the COVID-19 pandemic by standing up a screening tent outside of the clinic for service members who returned to Kunsan between March 6th-12th from international travel.
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