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315th Airlift Wing Public Affairs, led by Maj. Wayne Capps, is divided into Command Information, Media Relations, and Community Outreach sections.  315th Airlift Wing Public Affairs is responsible for advising the wing commander on public affairs activities, directing community relations programs, and coordinating visits for national civic, education and business groups, as well as local, regional and national news media.  
PA is divided into the following sections:  Command Information, Media Relations, and Community Outreach.  
 Public Affairs manages the following communication programs: 
 315 AW's Webpage  315 AW's Facebook  
315 AW's Behind the Wing Podcast  315 AW's Twitter  
315 AW's Mobile App  315 AW's YouTube  
  315 AW's Instagram  

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»     The Social Media Guide is available for download to help Air Force leaders, Airmen and families share information effectively while following Air Force instructions and protecting operations security.   These simple, easy-to-follow tips will help you use social media in your professional and personal life.   This guide is for informational purposes only and does not replace official Air Force policy. 

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Here are a few photos of 315th Airmen in action at the Royal International Air Tattoo in the U.K. Over 185,000 people visited the 302 aircraft from 30 different nations.
Got blood? The bloodmobile will be on base Wednesday!
Here are a few updates to the dress & appearance AFi that were released on the 13th. The changes include OCP guidance and changes to female hair standards.
We had a great time today with 100,000 people visiting our C-17 at the Royal International Air Tattoo in the U.K.
Lt Col Susie Gordon and Capt Jackie Bergey enjoyed Science and Technology day at the Royal International Air Tattoo in the U.K. today. Several groups of school children visited the C-17 today.
The 315th is Live at the Royal International Air Tattoo in the U.K.
See the 315th along with our many friends land at the Royal International Air Tattoo in the UK today.
Welcome Col. Clinton R. ZumBrunnen, who took command of the 437th Airlift Wing this morning.
Great photo sent from our friend Dave Curry. AFRC Air Mobility Command #airpower
The 315th had a great time participating in the RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day. The crew from the 701st Airlift Squadron did a great job of showing the public what we do. Here are a few highlights.
The 315 AW in action! https://t.co/gtQjx8freN
Check out the latest installment of our coverage of the 315th AW Development Training Flight! https://t.co/U229Oqic2K
Here's a great commentary from our Wing Command Chief, CMSgt Mark Barber, who retires next month after 33 years of… https://t.co/ZlHPPfBNBo
Congratulations to the following 315th AW members who were selected as award winners for the July – September 2018… https://t.co/btFCvbnKG1
The 315th Airlift Wing welcomed two new commanders to the echelon over the weekend here. During a change of comman… https://t.co/aveznPlEwO
The 315 AW smartphone app is currently down for maintenance. It will be back up shortly.
Don’t forget to donate blood at the base gym today to support victims from Hurricane Florence. The Red Cross will c… https://t.co/UsCQiL4aZf