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  • Accelerating the Legacy 2024

    Airmen from across the nation convened for a two-day Black History Month aviation heritage event held in Charleston, Feb. 16-17.

  • Aviation and Space Safety Pioneers in Black History

    Opportunities in the sciences of aviation and space were not always available to all people. A small few fought to be included and thus changed history. Black History Month exists because of pioneers similar to these who stood up to excel and achieve for those who were underrepresented in many

  • 91st MW Roughriders celebrate Black History Month

    A Missile Alert Facility fifty miles from Minot Air Force Base celebrated Black History Month with an all-black missileer crew. The crew tripped out for a week where they performed a crucial role in the 91st Missile Wings’ nuclear deterrence mission, while also honoring the history and culture of

  • Team Minot kicks off Black History Month!

    Team Minot kicked off Black History Month with an Opening Ceremony where guests had the opportunity to learn more about black history through speeches, food and trivia at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, Feb. 1, 2024.

  • Barksdale supports 2023 Black History Month

    The Barksdale African American Heritage Committee hosted a Critical Conversations panel, Feb. 24, that discussed building inter-ethnic unity from a religious perspective.

  • Team Kirtland hosts Black History Month luncheon

    Sonia Maria Gipson Rankin, associate professor of law at the University of New Mexico Law School, gives a speech during the black history month luncheon at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, Feb. 28, 2023. Sonia's speech emphasized the importance of being resolute, ready and understanding respect.

  • Black History Month at BAFB

    Barksdale has celebrated Black History Month since the early 1970s, but the study and celebration of Black Americans’ rich cultural heritage, triumphs and adversities is nearly a century old.

  • Through the eyes of our Airmen: Black History Month

    With Black History Month concluded, the Airmen of Malmstrom Air Force Base are determined to keep its lessons and history in the forefront of the conversation by reflecting on how it personally affected them.