Around the Air Force: Air Expeditionary Wings, Data Sharing, ALS Online, and Energy Awareness

Today’s look Around the Air Force highlights the Air Force’s testing of lead Air Expeditionary Wings, an historic data sharing agreement between the DoD and Academia, online Airman Leadership School, and Energy Awareness Month.

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