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  • 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.

  • AF USMCU student touchpoint

    The Air Force District of Washington supports Air Force Elements in the National Capital Region and worldwide. Several of those elements are located at military educational institutions. Airmen have the opportunity to apply for, and if selected, attend other services’ professional military

  • Airman receives Black Belt Certification for innovation efforts

    Tech. Sgt. Jules Ponton, 316th Force Support Squadron manpower analyst and now a part of the Education with Industry program, was awarded a Black Belt Certification in continuous process improvement on Feb. 16, 2022, here. Less than 300 people in the Air Force have reached that level of training.

  • African American Heritage Committee Airmen celebrate Black History Month

    Each year in February, the U.S. celebrates the cultural heritage, triumphs and overcoming of adversity by Black Americans during Black History Month. The African American Heritage Committee, a Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling and Joint Base Andrews organization, strives to educate Airmen on Black