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  • Special Guest Speaker, Estelle Gibson tells Wright-Patt Toastmasters club about new program format - Pathways

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio --    –Wright-Patterson employees are welcome to visit a meeting and take advantage of the benefits Toastmasters International has to offer with the introduction of Pathways, a newly structured program format that differs from the traditional learning and achievement structure. Toastmasters’ mission is to
  • Wright-Patt, USO Community Center is a ‘Second home’ for many

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- The United Services Organizations Community Center, Building 1222, Kittyhawk Center, Area A, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, is in its second year of taking care of all branches of active-duty service members, Guard, Reservists, and their families.The USO of Central and Southern Ohio and members of the
  • Wright-Patt employees learn Air Force Continuous Process Improvement

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio –All Wright-Patterson employees can take classes offered by the 88 Force Support Squadron to learn and be certified in the Air Force Continuous Process Improvement Program, CPI.  The course curriculum is instructed using a Tiered Training Plan that consists of CPI Awareness, the Air Force Practical Problem
  • Arnold House a landmark of Wright-Patt's rich history

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio  –  The Arnold House is the oldest house on base, built in 1841 and serves as a symbol of Air Force history.Officially designated as building 8 the house is located on area A at the corner of Pearson Rd. and Wright Ave.The house is named after Gen. Henry Harley “Hap” Arnold, who played a major role in
  • Collaboration matches unique candidates with jobs on Wright-Patt

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - During the month of April, Air Force Materiel Command partnered with Wright State University to launch the Autism at Work Initiative for recent college graduates who are diagnosed on the autism spectrum.This initiative is a year-long internship program that is fully funded by the Department of Defense. It has
  • Achieving training objectives intent of free classes July 23-27

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Registration for the third Focus Week of 2018, scheduled for July 23-27 at the 88th Air Base Wing, will continue from now until the day before each course is held. The July Focus Week is focused on performance improvement for both the individual and the organization. Select classes continue to be offered
  • Former WAC, family, friends visit uniform donated to museum

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – The last time Yolanda “Tipi” Minnehan saw the uniform she wore as a member of the first class of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, later the Women’s Army Corps, Gerald Ford was president of the U.S., Rubik’s Cubes were popular and first-class stamps cost 10 cents. The service jacket, skirt, scarf and tie worn
  • 88th Security Forces Squadron wins 2018 AFA Verne Orr award

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio –The 88th Security Forces Squadron has taken top honors as the winners of the 2018 Air Force Association Verne Orr Award.   Established in honor of former Secretary of the Air Force Verne Orr, the award recognizes an Air Force unit that makes the most effective use of its human resources. The accomplishments
  • KC-46 completes flight testing required for October first aircraft delivery

    The KC-46 Pegasus program achieved an important milestone July 6, 2018, at Boeing Field, Seattle, with completion of the final flight tests required for first aircraft delivery planned in late October.
  • Internship provides inspiration for scientists and engineers, both seasoned and new

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – For some students, summer means lifeguarding or scooping ice cream. For others, it means generating synthetic data using Generative Adversarial Networks, or researching convolutional sparse representations.This summer, 86 hand-picked interns from 48 universities (and two high schools) are spending their