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  • Fuels Airman Drives Innovation Through 3-D Printing

    It is hard to predict how the coronavirus pandemic might negatively affect readiness. But thanks to the innovation and problem-solving experience of SrA Houston Sasser, 633d Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels training supervisor, and two of his wingmen, they were able to present an idea and produce

  • PTSD, What You Should Know

    According to the National Center for PTSD-Department of Veterans Affairs, PTSD is a mental health issue that one may develop after witnessing or experiencing a life-threatening event such as a natural disaster, combat, sexual assault, or car accident. They also specify that anyone can develop PTSD

  • Protecting our nation’s sacred symbol

    The bald eagle, or Haliaeetus leucocphalus, is one of the most well-known symbols of the United States of America. The bird of prey’s features when fully grown include a wingspan of roughly six to seven and a half feet, bright yellow beak and famous white feathered head. Recently, this living

  • 633rd Air Base Wing Chaplain Corps work to increase Airmen resiliency

    At select bases across the U.S. Air Force, Task Force True North is embedding medical, mental health, and chaplain personnel directly into high stress units. Although JBLE was not selected as one of the pilot installations for TFTN, the 633rd Air Base Wing chaplain corps has begun to embed the

  • JBLE conducts aircraft crash exercise

    Units from Joint Base Langley-Eustis participated in an aircraft crash exercise here July 17.Emergency responders faced a simulated crash in which a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook experiencing electrical and mechanical failures was unable to reach the airfield and crashed into a boat near the