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AF establishes transition program for women, presents TDY opportunities

Women's Health Transition Pilot Program infographic

The Air Force recently established the Women’s Health Transition Pilot Program course. The initiative is a joint effort with the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide a female perspective to active-duty, Reserve and guard servicewomen who plan to transition to civilian or Reserve/Guard status.

DYESS AIR FORCE BASE, Texas --

The Air Force recently established the Women’s Health Transition Pilot Program course.

The initiative is a joint effort with the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide a female perspective to active-duty, Reserve and guard servicewomen who plan to transition to civilian or Reserve/Guard status.

Though Dyess doesn’t offer the program in-house, female Airmen can request to go on a temporary duty assignment to a base that provides the course. The TDY would be unit-funded if it gets approved by the Airman’s squadron commander.

For more information, click here. The link has the current dates and contact information of each base offering the course.