Air Force Featured Stories

  • Around the Air Force: SEAC Named, OCP, TAP

    Today's look Around the Air Force features the first Airman to be the top enlisted service member in the Pentagon, the latest Operational Camouflage Pattern update and the Transition Assistance Program gets a slight makeover. Hosted by Senior Airman Angelo Rosario

  • Transition process improves through TAP refresh

    Before, TAP could be accomplished no later than 89 days before a military member’s separation date. Now, individuals can take advantage of the program 12-15 months before their final out — nearly a year difference.

  • Executive order offers better access to mental health resources

    Executive Order 13822, "Supporting Our Veterans During Their Transition From Uniformed Service to Civilian Life," directs the departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security "to come together and ensure we have seamless access to mental health care and suicide prevention resources for

  • Around the Air Force: Jan. 31

    On this look around the Air Force, Airmen deploy to Chad,the National Space Defense Center has transitioned to 24/7 operations, and it’s now easier for reservists to meet Transition Assistance Program requirements. Hosted by Airman 1st Class Cory Kuttler.

  • AF integrates TAP into new Military Lifecycle Model

    The redesigned Transition Assistance Program is in its third and final stage and will be integrated into the new Defense Department Military Lifecycle Model, Air Force Personnel Center officials said. The MLC, which will be implemented Oct. 1, is the latest in a series of improvements to the

  • TAP curriculum available online for separating service members

    Separating service members can participate in the transition assistance program, or TAP, online, Department of Defense officials announced. TAP, now called Transition GPS-Goals, Plans and Success, is designed to help prepare separating and retiring members for life outside of the military. It