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  • AFDW signs collective bargaining agreement

    The Air Force District of Washington completed the collective bargaining agreement with the American Federation of Government Employees, Local 1092. Major General Joel Jackson, AFDW commander, and Mr. Michael Turpin, AFGE Local 1092, president, signed the agreement May 11, 2022.The American

  • JBA's EMEDS training prepares medical personnel for deployments

    Military medical personnel from across the United States participated in the final day of an Expeditionary Medical Support System exercise at Joint Base Andrews, Md., May 12, 2022. The entire exercise allowed for the military personnel to hone their skills in a controlled environment so they are

  • Commander’s course preps commanders and spouses

    Being selected to take command is an honor, privilege, and a challenge. The Air Force District of Washington hosted a week-long conference April 18-22 at Joint Base Andrews, Md., for newly selected squadron commanders and their spouses, seeking to prepare them for a successful tour of duty.The

  • Connecting industry and government for mission completion

    The Air Force District of Washington provides a complex, unique set of skills to the Air Force mission. The AFDW contracting directorate is a prime example of this, it is one of a few major command-level organizations that operates both operationally and tactically- awarding and executing

  • Accelerating change at JBA’s SparkX Cell

    The SparkX Cell Innovation and Idea Center has been using creative ways to enhance the skills of Airmen and improve units on Joint Base Andrews by allowing personnel to chase after innovative solutions since January 25, 2019.

  • MWD team attends training, furthers capabilities

    The 316th Security Support Squadron’s military working dog section attended an interagency training to enhance Joint Base Andrews’ MWD explosive detection capabilities at Thomas A. Edison High School in Alexandria, VA., Apr. 6, 2022.Security forces Airmen had the opportunity to train on 12 different

  • AFDW and SAF/AA “Fixes Our Computers” for the NCR

    Every day, hundreds of thousands of Airmen sit in front of their computers, log in, and get to work. Behind this seemingly basic requirement for Airmen to do their jobs are millions of dollars in technology, hundreds of miles of cables, and thousands of technicians who work non-stop to provide

  • AFDW Chaplain Corps hosts awards presentation at JBA

    The Air Force District of Washington Command Chaplain Corps’ office paired with the 316th Wing Chaplain Corps to host their annual awards ceremony to celebrate the accomplishments of AFDW Chaplains and Religious Affairs Airmen on March 22, 2022, here.