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WaytDefender Aids Local Cop in Arrest
By Staff Sgt. Marissa Garner, 37th Training Wing Public Affairs, October 08, 2015

As a service member, one knows there are truly no duty hours, as you are on call 24 hours a day, if needed.

One security forces apprentice course instructor took this charge to heart as he assisted a local officer with arresting an aggressive suspect.

While driving home after work here Sept. 22, Tech. Sgt. Daniel Wayt, 343rd Training


How To Become a Preferred Customer of the AFSFA Web Site

by: Ed & Kathy Erslev

Go to WWW.SHOPAFSFA.COM  on the Internet and follow the numbered arrows. Notice just above Search All Departments it will say:  Your Shop Consultant is Air Force Security Forces Association on the Portal - (#1).  Now you can establish your personal account under the Air Force Security Association account.  It’s easy!!! Just click on SIGN IN in the top right corner - (#2).  This allows you to sign in as a



James Considers 6,300-Airman Boost to Ease Strain on Air Force

By Stephen Losey, Air Force Times

(Photo: Scott M. Ash, Air Force)

ORLANDO -- To alleviate the strain on an overburdened Air Force, Secretary Deborah Lee James is considering boosting its end strength by as many as 6,340 airmen next year.

The Air Force expects to grow from its current level of about 311,000 to 317,000 active duty airmen by the end of fiscal 2016, James said Friday at the Air Force Association’s Air Warfare



MGen (ret) Thomas M. Sadler passes
by Col (ret) Jerry M. Bullock

MGen (Ret) Thomas M Sadler passed away in Mount  Pleasant, North Carolina, on 7 Sep 2015, at the age of 90. When he retired in 1983 he was the last general officer who served in World War II. At the time of his retirement, he was the commander, 21st Air Force, Air Mobility Command (AMC), one of the three numbered air forces under the command of AMC.

He also had the distinction of being the first Director of Security to wear a star