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  • C.B.Don’t – Military members, civilians on military bases should

    Over the last several years, many states have relaxed their laws and made marijuana legal for medical and/or recreational use. However, marijuana remains listed by the DEA as a Schedule I controlled substance and it continues to be illegal under federal law. Members of the United States military are subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice
  • MLK Day; Remember, celebrate, act

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is widely regarded as America’s preeminent advocate of nonviolence and a pivotal leader of the Civil Rights Movement.
  • CBD can trigger positive drug test

    Cannabidiol oil (CBD) is growing in popularity and increasingly used in health, beauty, cooking and pet products. Because it is a derivative of the cannabis sativa L. plant, commonly known as marijuana, it raises the question: Is it OK for service members and federal employees to use? The simple answer: No.CBD products may contain
  • Reservist how-to guide for transferring Post 9/11 G.I. Bill benefits

    Prior to applying for the Transfer of Education Benefits (TEB) you must meet all eligibility requirements outlined in DoDI 1341.13, Change 1, Post-9/11 GI Bill and AFI 36-2649, Voluntary Education Program, Attachment 13. NOTE: Airmen must have a minimum of 6 years of service and no more than 16 years (active duty and/or Selected Reserve) effective
  • ON-FINAL NEWS BULLETIN – Jan. 10, 2020

    ON-FINAL NEWS BULLETIN – Jan. 10, 2020 (Vol 40, No. 1)(Click headline to follow link to story and photos)Okies bring holiday spirit to local veteransMembers of the 507th Air Refueling Wing visited with veterans at the Norman Veteran's Center in Norman, Oklahoma, Dec. 20, 2019CAP cadets fly with OkiesCivil Air Patrol Edmond Composite Squadron cadets
  • Renovation of Vanwey dining facility extended; Reserve January UTA menu announced

    Tinker Air Force Base Reservists will continue to receive their meals in Café 3001 and Golden Corral, until the renovation of the Vanwey Dining Facility is complete.
  • NCOs gain school attendance flexibility from EPME self-registration platform

    The Air Force’s Personnel Center has created a new scheduling system that allows noncommissioned officers to choose when they attend the NCO Academy, Senior NCO Academy and Chief Leadership Course.
  • Air Force to solicit 75th birthday theme ideas

    Concepts for the 75th birthday theme should consider inclusiveness of multi-domain operations, capture Airmen’s innovation and reflect the Air Force’s heritage over the last 75 years.
  • Tinker expands service access to more veterans

     Veterans previously unable to access Tinker Air Force Base and other U.S. military installations now have expanded access to the commissary, Military Service Exchange and other services under a new Department of Defense policy.The new policy began Jan. 1 and applies to veterans with service-connected disabilities, veterans who received the Purple
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