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The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, opened a new $1.5 million facility to project weapons systems from cyber threats and other cyber vulnerabilities across the Air Force fighters and bombers fleet, the Air Force reported.  The facility is the result of a partnership with the Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapons Systems or CROWS, which provided funding and expertise for the project…

SkyBridge, a new international air cargo hub on the former Williams Air Force Base, Ariz., is the most recent addition to a complex project at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport that has been developed on the site over the past 25 years, the New York Times reported.  Real estate developers are now looking at former military bases for large projects like warehouse and logistics centers, which are needed to sustain the growth in e-commerce…

USO Hawaii is offering a new program to help military spouses connect with each other and share advice about how to become empowered and expand their networks, Hawaii News Now reported. The local chapter of the nationwide military support organization has created its USO Coffee Connections program to allow spouses to meet new people, share information and advice.

Air Force photo by Wesley Farnsworth

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