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'Today's Air Force' features AF Personnel Center

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SAN ANTONIO (AFPN) -- This week's edition of "Today's Air Force" highlights a 21st-century administration facility. With the advancement in technology; the Air Force Personnel Center has facilitated the move of many administrative issues making it easier for Airmen to access important information.

While Air Force people have many responsibilities in serving the nation, one task is of the utmost importance: to be environmentally responsible. Experience the many ways Airmen work in restoration projects and cleaning what Mother Nature leaves behind.

Also featured are the humanitarian efforts of Airmen. See how the medical civic action programs, disaster relief operations and air drops are helping those in need all over the world.

The 30-minute, weekly news show can be seen every day on The Pentagon Channel, American Forces Radio and Television Service stations around the world, and is available via podcast at http://www.af.mil/library/podcast.asp. The show also airs on more than 100 public cable-access stations within the United States. If you would like your local public access station to carry this program, send a request to AFNEWS.marketing@afnews.af.mil.

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Segment A - AIR FORCE ADMINISTRATION
Air Force Personnel Center
Support Staff Consolidation
Force Support Squadron
Career Job Reservation
Advanced Assignment Deferment
Spaatz Center for Officer Education

Segment B - CLEAN-UP PROJECTS
Urunao Cleanup
River Cleanup
Port Cleanup
Plane Cleanup
The Wall Cleanup

Segment C - HUMANITARIAN AIRMEN
Hawaii Medical Civic Action Programs (MEDCAP)
Takti MEDCAP
Meals on Wheels

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