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Diverse Airmen strengthen Air Force’s global presence

Diverse Airmen strengthen Air Force’s global presence

by Gen. Frank Gorenc
U.S. Air Forces in Europe- Air Forces Africa commander

A diverse force is our unique advantage in providing forward-based combat power for America.
Diversity of cultures, beliefs and ideas are ever-present in our professional and personal lives. These differences among Airmen make us more effective.

March 13, 2014 ×


Diversity is our strength

by Lt. Col. John Frazier
86th Maintenance Group

I learned early in life that diversity equals strength. I attended Robert E. Lamberton public school in Philadelphia at the age of 10. Though Lamberton had a reputation as a good academic school, diversity of the student body is what made it special.

February 13, 2014 ×


First Lt. Delilah Chinana, 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing contract airlift and terminal ops chief, responds to emails Nov. 14 regarding 
airline contracts as part of her job to ensure Airmen and their family members fly in clean and safe aircraft. Chinana is Walatowa from the Pueblo of Jemez in New Mexico. She is one of many Native Americans currently serving in the Air Force.

Air Force, Airmen growing through diversity

Story and photo by Senior Airman Damon Kasberg
86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

From a distance, service members can be hard to distinguish. They wear identical uniforms, have similar haircuts and are all held to the same set of rules and standards, but the Department of Defense recognizes the diversity among service members and civilian employees during monthlong heritage observations.

November 21, 2013 ×