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  • Memorial service honors fallen Khobar Towers Airmen

    Members from the 71st Rescue Squadron, 38th RQS and 41st RQS from Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, came together at Patrick Space Force Base, Florida, to memorialize the 25th anniversary of the Khobar Towers bombing, hosted by the 920th Rescue Wing, June 25, 2021.

  • Pilot enters fitness competition, boosts resiliency

    Air Force PT tests have been suspended for over a year, and for Airmen like Lt. Col. Aaron Jones, finding motivation during the new normal became its own test. Jones entered into the Organization of Competition Bodies No Gear pro-am in Greensboro, North Carolina, under the Men’s Physique category.

  • Mental health: Pushing past the stigma

    The wellness of service members is a priority across the Department of the Air Force, yet mental health has remained one of the most challenging components. Each service has struggled with an increasing number of suicides since the mid-2000’s. In 2018, there were 103 suicides among Air Force

  • Air Force’s last serving POW retires

    “I thought to myself ‘this is it - I’m a dead man.’” As Lt. Col. Rob Sweet, the last serving Air Force prisoner of war, approached retirement on June 6, he recalled the moment during Operation Desert Storm when his A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft was shot down by enemy forces southwest of Basra, Iraq.

  • 38th RQS celebrates 20th anniversary

    The 38th Rescue Squadron hosted a celebration May 21, in honor of its 20th anniversary. Although the rescue mission has not changed, the ability to accomplish the mission has improved over the last 20 years.

  • Airman changes AFI, fosters inclusion

    Shortly after in-processing to Moody, Staff Sgt. Cesar De Los Santos Zapata was caught off guard when he saw his name read DELOSSANTOSZAPATA upon logging in to the computer. A seemingly routine trip to military personnel flight to get the spaces put back in his name quickly turned into a mission to