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  • January 27 COVID-19 Town Hall Questions and Answers

    Question and answers from the January 27 COVID-19 Facebook Live Town Hall
  • June 2, 2021 HPCON A Town Hall Questions and Answers

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - COVID-19 Town Hall Questions and Answers (As of June 2, 4 p.m.)Workforce-/Mask-RelatedQ: Will WPAFB follow Ohio protocols as far as no more mask mandates vaccinated or not? A: On June 1, 2021, Governor DeWine announced that unvaccinated individuals should still wear a mask indoors.  DoD and federal guidance
  • Telework Options for WPAFB Personnel

    The 88 CS is working in conjunction with 16 AF to provide as much capability as possible to perform operations remotely.  The network we have today was not engineered to support the level of telework we are trying to execute, but changes are being made daily (sometime hourly) to make improvements.  The below information is intended to help you maximize your telework experience while the network tries to catch up to the demand.  This Fact Sheet is broken into two sections: (1) telework capabilities available today, and (2) what the Air Force is currently doing to improve telework capabilities.  The biggest piece of information I hope you walk away with is this:  only use what you need/when you need it.
  • Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

    Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is located northeast of Dayton, Ohio, and encompasses parts of Greene and Montgomery counties. The base has a rich aviation heritage. The pioneering work of Orville and Wilbur Wright from 1899 to 1903 enabled them to achieve the first manned, powered flight. After their success at Kitty Hawk, they returned home to
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