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U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Richard Penny, Ashley Staley and Adam Bradshaw sit on a rock bank on Fort Monroe Beach, Virginia, June 28, 2018, where they had saved a young girl from drowning earlier that year. Penny, Staley and Bradshaw rescued the girl from drowning near the rock bank on May 13, 2018 and received the Hampton, Virginia, Citizen Lifesaving certificate June 7, 2018. Penny works as the 633rd Air Base Wing Inspector General management internal control toolset administrator and special access program manager. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Anthony Nin Leclerec) JBLE Airman helps save drowning girl
A child was drowning at Fort Monroe Beach, Virginia, May 13, 2018. When medical services arrived, they found a young girl that had been rescued from the water and was in her mother’s arms. The nine-year-old had gone swimming, when the current took her into deeper waters where she could no longer stand and was getting closer to the rocks.
0 7/03
2018
Royal Canadian Air Force 1st Lt. Ervin David Shaw, 48th Squadron Bristol F2B Brisfit pilot, is the namesake of Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., located approximately 11 miles from his hometown of Sumter, S.C. Lt. Shaw: 100 years later
Long before the plot of land that is now Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, became a pre-World War II auxillary air field, its namesake departed for a mission into the hostile German sky, never to return to his family.
0 7/02
2018
U.S. Airmen assigned to the 20th Fighter Wing (FW) and Team Shaw spouses board a 72nd Air Refueling Squadron KC-135R Stratotanker prior to an incentive flight at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., June 20, 2018. Airmen, family members witness mission in action
Team Shaw spouses and Airmen assigned to the 20th Fighter Wing received incentive flights in a 72nd Air Refueling Squadron KC-135R Stratotanker, June 19-21.
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2018
U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Richard Major, 36th Intelligence Squadron commander, participates in the Community Action Information Board at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, June 8, 2018. JBLE experiments with CAIB format
As the U.S. Air Force continues to focus on building agile, joint warfighters, senior leaders from Joint Base Langley-Eustis met for a newly formatted version of the Community Action Information Board June 8, 2018.
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U.S. Airmen with the 621st Contingency Response Wing (CRW) dismount a C-130 Hercules during air-land operations at the Hohenfels Training Area (Germany) in support of Swift Response 16, June 16, 2016.Rescue Airmen from the 23d Wing visited the Devil Raiders of the 621st Contingency Response Wing, May 21-23, to better understand the essential assets to stand up rescue operations from bare-base situations. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Gertrud Zach/released) Airmen partner toward quicker deployments
Rescue Airmen from the 23d Wing visited the Devil Raiders of the 621st Contingency Response Wing (CRW), to better understand the essential assets to stand up rescue operations from bare-base situations. Although the 23d Wing’s mission to organize, train, equip and maintain combat-ready for Air Combat Command, and the 621st CRW focuses on rapidly organizing and standing up bare bases for Air Mobility Command aircraft, they both believed they could learn from each other.
0 5/30
2018
Airman 1st Class Kornkawee Rue Art, 23d Medical Support Squadron pharmacy technician, formally a Thailand Buddhist monk, practices meditation techniques while at a temple. After spending 18 years as a monk, Rue Art traded his robes for a uniform, in his continual pursuit of a life bigger than himself; one of meaning and purpose. (Courtesy Photo) Two worlds, one way of life: former monk becomes Airman
For most people, spending a day without their phone is an impossible feat. To spend 30 days without a phone, writing, reading, talking or even eye contact would seem unfathomable, but for Thailand Buddhist monks, this is their world. After spending 18 years in that world as a monk, Airman 1st Class Kornkawee Rue Art, 23d Medical Support Squadron (MDSS) pharmacy technician, traded his robes for a uniform, in his continual pursuit of a life bigger than himself; one of meaning and purpose.
0 5/30
2018
Col. Jennifer Short, 23d Wing commander, addresses Airmen from Team Moody’s operations and maintenance units during a one-day operational safety review, May 14, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. During the safety review, the commander-led forum gathered feedback from Airmen who execute the Air Force's flying and maintenance operations and challenged them to identify issues that may cause a future mishap. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel Snider) Moody conducts one-day operational safety review
In accordance with direction from Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David L. Goldfein, the 23d Wing held a one-day operational safety review of all flying and maintenance functions, May 14, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. The safety review followed a series of recent aviation mishaps and fatalities, including a Puerto Rico Air National Guard WC-130 Hercules crash May 2, and is part of the Air Force’s efforts to ensure the safety of its force. (Editor's note: This article has been localized by the 23d Wing Public Affairs Office; The original article can be found at http://www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1514646/air-force-directs-one-day-operational-safety-review/)
0 5/15
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Communications Airmen Education opportunities in Air Force IT
Stories from Airmen in the communications career field.
0 5/15
2018
Default Air Force Logo Air Force transitions to a single combat uniform
Air Force leaders announced the service will move to a single combat utility uniform, adopting the Operational Camouflage Pattern, or OCP, already in use by the Army and Airmen in combat zones and in certain jobs across the Air Force.
0 5/14
2018
Moody Air Force Base is the first base in Air Combat Command to utilize an intensive outpatient program (IOP) on-base, allowing them to see more patients and carry a larger case load without having to feel any more overwhelmed or burdened. Moody Air Force Base’s Mental Health Flight refocused its treatment strategy, Feb. 5, by instituting a new IOP that gives Airmen the help they need from Airmen like themselves. This new program is designed to provide a more streamlined service for the nearly 7000 appointments held by the Mental Health office each year, while maintaining the quality standard of excellence for each patient. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Airman 1st Class Erick Requadt) Mental Health trailblazes new IOP in ACC
Moody Air Force Base’s Mental Health Flight refocused its treatment strategy, Feb. 5, by instituting a new intensive outpatient program (IOP) that gives Airmen the help they need from Airmen like themselves. This new program is designed to provide a more streamlined service for the nearly 7000 appointments held by the Mental Health office each year, while maintaining the quality standard of excellence for each patient.
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2018
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