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  • Women, Wings and Warmth

    Maybe the impressive line-up of exhibitors drew the largest crowd in the 18 year history of the 2007 Women in Aviation Conference, but perhaps the lure of sunny Orlando in the middle of February helped. Either way, the 445th Airlift Wing was well represented at the record-breaking conference by attendees Master Sgt. Kathy Barnes, Capt. Shelly
  • EMT School House surpasses 2,000th student

    Airman First Class Matthew Rakowitz from the 88th Medical Operation Squadron was handed a coin as he entered the 445th Aeromedical Staging Squadron's Emergency Medical Technician classroom the morning of Feb 5.     The Airman was the 13th student of 29 that entered the classroom. Not knowing what it was for, Airman Rakowitz found out later he was
  • More housing

  • Taking Command

  • Let it snow!

  • Building a new squadron from scratch

    In an earth tone medal building surrounded by shrubs, located on Rimkus Drive is the new home of the 775th Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron (775 EAES). The building was vacant for some time and now is the home to aeromedical personnel who travel to Scott from around the country to work as a team. The new squadron that stood-up in
  • The Veteran Connection

    The main dining facility at the Veterans Administration Nursing Home on Gettysburg Drive, Dayton came a live December 9, 2006. The young and the old, the uniformed and formerly uniformed along with two talented military musicians, all got together for a delightful holiday lunchtime party. This is an event I always volunteer to cover for the Buckeye
  • Pulling teeth all over the world

    Extracting teeth is never a pain-free procedure; neither for the patient nor the dentist. But for Maj. Joe Alvarez, Assistant OIC of the 445th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, his expertise in dentistry has given him the opportunity to travel the world and help those who need it most. On a recent trip to Nigeria, Major Alvarez was essential to MEDFLAG