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Airman First Class Devin Litton, 445th Operations Support Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment shop, cuts a piece of material with a hot knife press during his first unit training assembly Oct. 15, 2017. Aircrew flight equipment Airman sews for a living
Airman First Class Devin Litton, with the 445th Operations Support Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment, participated in his first unit training assemble during the month of October. Even on his first weekend of drill, Litton stuck out as having a unique personal career that resembles his Air Force one. Litton runs his own handmade tactical gear business out of his home.
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The Westover Training and Development Flight's future Airmen take a tour of a C-5M Super Galaxy. Training and Development Flight: preparing future Reserve Citizen Airmen
Air Force Basic Military Training develops enlistees from civilians to professional Airmen.To help young men and women prepare for BMT, the Air Force Reserve offers the Training and Development Flight.“It is an introduction to the military through structured Unit Training Assembly participation,” said Staff Sgt. Glenda Nathaniel, Flight Chief for
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Airmen from the 445th Airlift Wing complete their physical fitness test during a unit training assembly weekend. 445 FSS Airmen help wing maintain fitness readiness
Each month, nearly 200 Citizen Airmen complete their physical fitness tests at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Wright Field Fitness Center and Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Godsey, 445th Force Support Squadron fitness NCO in charge, and Staff Sgt. Jared Dexter, fitness specialist, are the driving force behind the streamlined process
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Yellow Ribbon strengthens Air Force Reserve families Yellow Ribbon strengthens Air Force Reserve families
A Columbus, Ohio, family used an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event here Sept. 22-24 as the official kick-off to prepare for their second deployment.Reserve Citizen Airman Tech. Sgt. Zachary Loechler, 87th Aerial Port Squadron, and his wife, Abigail, participated in their second event to connect with resources designed
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C-5A Galaxy 70-0461 departs from the runway September 7, 2017, at Westover Air Reserve Base, Mass. 0461 is the last C-5A in the Air Force and is destined for the boneyard at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. where it is set to retire. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Hanna N. Smith) Last C-5A flight brings nostalgia back for crew
An unmistakable sound echoed across the sky above Westover Sept. 7 – for the last time.With a growl and whine so familiar to residents and the base populace here for 30 years, it was the final takeoff for C-5A Galaxy 70-0461, the last remaining A-model built 47 years ago and delivered to the Air Force from Lockheed.Aboard the Air Force’s sole
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Each of the supplements shown here, either health or pre-workout, can pose a risk to those taking them unless the proper steps are taken. Talking to a doctor, a nutritionist, or doing research can educate on what side effects or risks come with certain supplements. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman Zachary Chapman/Released) The missing step in using supplements
Many people take supplements in one variation or another, but when recommendations or information on what is safe come from paid sponsors, then it becomes confusing.“One thing that I want to push out to all the inbound students and all the base newcomers is that there is a website called opps.org, which is Operation Supplement Safety website,” said
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Scott Airmen refuel a C-17 Globemaster III from Joint Base Charleston, S.C. in preparation for Hurricane Irma, at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Scott becomes hub for C-17, AE relief efforts after Hurricane Irma tears through Fla., Caribbean islands
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. --Scott Air Force Base became a safe-haven for 12 Charleston, S.C.,-based C-17s and then turned into a hub for staging both air supply and aeromedical evacuation missions in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.Team Scott had quickly ramped up to support more than 250 maintenance and aircrew members, along with 50 evacuees and
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The mind map shows different recourses for service members and how they are connected and what needs and barriers lie along the way. Yellow notes indicate resources, red notes indicate barriers that are in those connections and blue notes indicate various needs. (Courtesy photo) 655th ISRG NCO uses personal tragedy to reach out to others
In 2016 alone, 601 service members chose to take their own life according to a report from the Defense Suicide Prevention Office. One suicide is too many, and the military is constantly testing new and creative solutions to bring this ever-increasing problem to an end.
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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Cody Nichols, 721st Aerial Port Squadron passenger services agent, answers the phone while working at the passenger service desk on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Aug. 14, 2017. Space Available, commonly known as Space A, is a program at many U.S. Air Force installations around the world which allows military members, dependents, retirees, and certain civilians to ride an aircraft to a destination at either a very cheap price or no cost at all. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Joshua Magbanua) Fly away with Space A!
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany – Space Available, commonly known as Space A, is a program at many U.S. military installations around the world that allows military members, dependents, retirees, and certain civilians to ride an aircraft to a destination at either a very cheap price or no cost at all.The program stems from the concept that if a military
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Members of the 87th Aerial Port Squadron pose for a photo at a Gettysburg Battlefield monument during their annual tour. (Courtesy photo) Gettysburg site holds leadership legacies for 87 APS
More than a dozen senior leaders of the 87th Aerial Port Squadron participated in a Gettysburg National Battlefield staff ride last month as part of their annual tour training.
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