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U.S. Air Force Band units to tour Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee and Texas

by Technical Sgt. Kevin Cerovich

4/2/2016 - JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING, D.C. --The Concert Band and Singing Sergeants are preparing for a 12 day spring tour, followed immediately by an Airmen of Note nine day tour. The two groups will reach a wide variety of audiences in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas.

All of these units share the same mission: to honor those who have served, inspire patriotism and service, and positively impact the global community on behalf of the U.S. Air Force and the United States of America. They each go about this in their own unique ways.
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Meet The U.S. Air Force Band’s new Chief Music Librarian

by Master Sgt. Will Hurd

4/2/2016 - JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING, D.C. --The U.S. Air Force Band recently hired a new Chief Music Librarian. I had the pleasure of interviewing Technical Sgt. Matthew Dannan and talking about his multifaceted career in music; first as a trombone player in the Marines, then as a music educator and music librarian. We also spoke about his interesting hobbies as a marathon runner and as a family genealogist.
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Who knew you could adopt an embassy?

by Master Sgt. Emily Wellington

4/2/2016 - JOINT BASE ANACOSTIA-BOLLING, D.C. --The U.S. Air Force Band and its official chorus, the Singing Sergeants, is pleased to offer "Musical Immersion" programs for select Embassy Adoption classrooms as part of its growing partnership with Washington Performing Arts and Washington, D.C. Public Schools.

As part of these immersion programs, singers and instrumentalists from The U.S. Air Force Band will visit selected Embassy Adoption classrooms throughout the school year and teach students to perform their partner nation's anthem in its traditional language. As professional vocalists who regularly perform for military, civilian and international leaders, the Singing Sergeants are uniquely qualified to both perform and teach students in the many languages represented by the Embassy Adoption Program.
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