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  • Capital Airman Maj. Gregory Jarmusz

    Maj. Gregory Jarmusz, an Air Force District of Washington Capital Airman, is an essential contributor to the Air Force security forces mission locally and abroad. He is a security forces operations chief for AFDW's A4 directorate.Originally from Buffalo, New York, Jarmusz joined the Air Force reserve officer training corps in 1998 at Rochester
  • AFDW seeks Command Volunteer Coordinators

    Air Force District of Washington is looking for motivated Airmen to become new Command Volunteer Coordinators.Volunteers contribute to many activities and organizations throughout the Air Force. They are also an essential part of supporting the National Capital Region mission, said 1st Lt. Delma Guevara, Command Volunteer Coordinator for AFDW."AFDW
  • Descendants of Andrews visit JBA

    Family members of Lt. Gen. Frank M. Andrews, Joint Base Andrews' namesake, traveled from New York to JBA recently to learn more about their great-great uncle and the legacy he left behind.Almost 75 years to the date, March 31, 1945, Camp Springs Air Field, Maryland was renamed Andrews Air Field in recognition of Andrews after he perished in a plane
  • Joint junior officers learn leadership during Summit

    Company grade officers received a unique opportunity to train together during the National Capital region Joint-Service Junior Officer Leadership Summit held at the General Jacob E. Smart Conference Center this week. The course is designed to develop joint service junior officers by exchanging ideas with their peers and through mentoring by senior
  • JBA goes purple for Month of the Military Child

    Team Andrews kicked off the Month of the Military Child with a "purple" parade at Child Development Center Three, April 7, 2016.Month of the Military Child, established in 1989 by former Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger, is a month long celebration to honor military youth for the role they play in contributing to the strength of the military
  • AFDW Hosts First Sergeant Symposium

    The Air Force District of Washington hosted a symposium for NCO's and SNCO's from around the National Capital Region 4-8 April 2016 at the General Jacob E. Smart Center."First sergeants are a unique and critical asset in every Air Force unit,"said AFDW First Sergeant Chief Master Sgt. Manny Pineiro. "We offer thissymposium so interested candidates
  • AFDW announces new global resource

    The Air Force District of Washington's Manpower, Personnel and Services Directorate recently published a new resource designed to connect AFDW's dispersed customer base with world-class support and services.The AFDW A1 staff serves approximately 25,000 military and civilian Airmen stationed in over 3,900 elements throughout the National Capital
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