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  • New year brings new commander

    A change of command for The United States Air Force Band took place on Jan. 15, 2019, at the Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Club. Col. Kathryn Brown, 11th Operations Group Commander, presided over the ceremony during which she thanked Col. Larry H. Lang and his family for their dedicated service while extending a warm welcome to the Band's 16th commander, Col. Donald Schofield, and his extended family.
  • Noted! Singing Sergeants bring holiday cheer to AFDW

    The Singing Sergeants jingled all the way to the lobby of the William A. Jones III building here, where Air Force District of Washington employees and visitors gathered to hear the U.S. Air Force’s official chorus perform holiday carols.
  • Airmen of Note to Impress at Midwest

    The Airmen of Note are again heading to the world’s largest band and orchestra conference: Chicago’s Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic! Fresh off their successful community relations tour of southern Virginia and Eastern Tennessee, the band is keeping their momentum up, preparing for a busy December on the road. Within the span of eight days, the
  • JBA personnel bid a final farewell to George H.W. Bush

    The remains of George H.W. Bush arrived at JBA aboard Air Force One here Dec. 3. Roughly 48 hours later, the distinguished aircraft carried its distinguished cargo once again -- this time back to Texas, Bush's permanent resting place.The 11th Wing, along with members of several JBA tenant units and Air Force District of Washington headquarters,
  • America's Airman: TSgt Richard M. Parrell

    (America’s Airman is a weekly article highlighting a member of the JBA community)Hometown?Fairfax, VirginiaWhy do you serve?I grew up in a suburb of Washington D.C. because my father, a retired sergeant major, was stationed at Fort Myer as a saxophonist with the United States Army Band for 34 years.  He also considers Fairfax, Virginia, to be his
  • Sammy Nestico​ Jazz Competition Award

    Attention all burgeoning big band composers!! We are now accepting submissions for the 23rd Annual Sammy Nestico​ Award! The winner will receive a $2,500 follow-up commission. The deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please visit our competition site for specific requirements:https://www.music.af.mil/Bands/.../Competitions/Best of luck to all
  • A Tour Worthy of “Note”

    The Airmen of Note will perform a mix of modern and classic big band music on their upcoming 8-day community relations tour through Virginia and Tennessee, Nov. 12-19.Many selections performed on this tour will be pulled from the band’s upcoming album, “Global Reach,” which will be released and available for download early next year.Their first
  • A final bow

    The lights dimmed in the Allen Independent School District’s Performing Arts Center in Allen, Texas, and a hush fell over the audience, their eyes drawn to figures on the brightly lit stage.
  • Concert Band, Singing Sergeants go west

    The U.S. Air Force Concert Band and Singing Sergeants performed in 12 locations throughout New Mexico and Texas from Oct. 16-27.
  • Concert Band, Singing Sergeants mid-tour review

    The U.S. Air Force Concert Band and Singing Sergeants performed in six cities throughout New Mexico and Texas, from October 16 to 21, marking the end of the first half of their 12-day tour. The band will continue their tour to an additional six cities throughout Texas, with a final concert scheduled for Oct. 27 in Allen, Texas.
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