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U.S. Airmen with the 202nd Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineer (RED HORSE), Florida Air National Guard, push, pull and saw their way through nearly a football field of fallen forest Oct. 16, 2018, near Hiland Park in Panama City, Florida. The trees had prevented any travel down Baldwin Road following the 130 knot winds Hurricane Michael brought to the panhandle. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. William Buchanan)
The 325th Fighter Wing Commander and Command Chief Master Sergeant give Tyndall Airmen information on how to return to their on-base homes tomorrow 17 Oct 2018. There are restrictions in place to ensure safety and security, but Airmen will be permitted back to collect belongings, document damage and survey homes. Airmen will not be permitted to stay overnight. The evacuation order remains in effect. Additional information will be posted soon. (US Air Force video by Master Sgt. Alexander Farver)
The following information is provided to military and civilian members affected by Hurricane Michael. For more finance information, please contact the nearest installation. For further hurricane assistance and other resources, to include contact numbers, visit www.afpc.af.mil/hurricane.
The Air Force Personnel Center created a website page Oct. 11, 2018, containing personnel information for Airmen and families affected by Hurricane Michael. (U.S. Air Force graphic)
Senior Master Sgt. David Snyder works at Air Combat Command headquarters at Joint Base Langley-Eustiss, Virginia. Currently he is undergoing rehabilitation at Walter Reed National Medical Center in Maryland following an amputation of his left leg. He is an example of recovery and resiliency that is the core foundation of the wounded warriors enrolled in AFW2. Although Suicide Prevention month is over, the fight never stops. Military Crisis line/National Suicide line 1-800-273-talk (8255)
For the first time, the 9th Reconnaissance Wing will open its aperture for recruiting U.S. Air Force pilots into the U-2 Dragon Lady through an experimental program beginning in the fall of 2018. Through the newly established U-2 First Assignment Companion Trainer (FACT) program, the 9th RW’s 1st Reconnaissance Squadron will broaden its scope of pilots eligible to fly the U-2 by allowing Air Force student pilots in Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) the opportunity to enter a direct pipeline to flying the U-2.
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Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright gives his speech on resiliency during the Air Force Association Air, Space and Cyber Conference in National Harbor, Md., Sept. 19, 2018. During his remarks, Wright spoke about the importance of Airmen taking care of themselves and each other. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Rusty Frank)
The 20 authorized aircrews of the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron of the U.S. Airforce Reserve, otherwise known as the “Hurricane Hunters”, is a component of the 403rd Wing located at the Kessler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi.

 

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Multiple major commands are helping out @TeamTyndall! Airmen from the 823rd Red Horse Squadron, @Hurlburt_Field, &… https://t.co/eMiUiXE0pj
RT @AFCareers: Updated info on our #HurricaneMichael website! Food/water distro points, grants from @AFASHQ, assistance enrolling your kids…
RT @DepSecDef: Our @USArmy Soldiers and Guardsmen and women have been working around the clock to support the communities affected by #Hurr
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F-22 #Raptors stationed at @TeamTyndall that were evacuated to @WrightPattAFB ahead of #HurricaneMichael arrived at… https://t.co/raSr3lX176
RT @SecAFOfficial: The recovery at Tyndall AFB is underway. Moral is high among Airmen on the ground. No Airmen have been injured and damag…
RT @SecAFOfficial: Today @GenDaveGoldfein, #CMSAF Wright and I visited our #Airmen carrying out recovery operations at Tyndall AFB followin…
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As our Airmen and families in the @TeamTyndall community begin to clean up after #HurricaneMichael, safety is key.… https://t.co/gGPYytjpIJ
RT @DeptofDefense: The 823rd Red Horse advanced echelon team traveled from @Hurlburt_Field, Fla., to Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., to help…
RT @DeptofDefense: When @Hurlburt_Field heard their Tyndall Air Force Base family needed help after #HurricaneMichael, a convoy of #airmen
For those affected by #HurricaneMichael, click the link here to update your status on AFPAAs https://t.co/QqTH6hkGav @TeamTyndall
Air Commandos provide relief after Hurricane Michael https://t.co/vWCQzmKA3H
RT @AFCareers: Displaced Total Force Airmen and families, here’s a resource to find a shelter location in your area. PLEASE be safe! #AFPC

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