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  • 445th SFS tackles physical fitness

    The digital time clock on the wall chirps out, signaling the end of the round. Citizen Airmen of the 445th Security Forces Squadron exchange high-fives and accomplished grins, sweat dripping from their temples, as they rotate to the next station. Open to anyone, the Sunday morning workouts began during the August unit training assembly and are mandatory for members who score lower than 80 percent on their fitness test.
  • 655th ISRG officer works to promote Hispanic culture, diversity in Dayton

    Lt. Col. Herminio J. Lugo, chief of staff of the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group here, plays a vital role in recognizing Hispanics in the Dayton region and has participated in several Hispanic Heritage committees at Wright-Patterson since 1995.
  • 445th Airman proudly serves on base honor guard

    Despite long hours and occasionally severe weather, Senior Airman Joseph Divish doesn’t quit. The Hawaii native is approaching his two year mark on the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Honor Guard and says he has no intention of slowing down.
  • DTF prepares new enlistees to succeed at BMT

    The 445th Development and Training Flight prepares newly-enlisted trainees for the U.S. Air Force’s basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.
  • Citizen Airmen fuel Air Force

    The 445th Logistics Readiness Squadron here is made up of a variety of Airmen with many different roles, duties, and careers. One such role in LRS is the fuels flight.
  • DTS for Dummies Part 1: A quick trip into my personal defense travel revelations

    Editor's Note: This is the first of a three-part commentary series about navigating through the Defense Travel System. In this installment, the author - who has amassed a considerable amount of turmoil with military travel over the years - concentrates on the DTS authorization process.As a military writer, I know words; generally, they don't
  • 14th IS finds its ‘pot of gold,’ discovers WWII vet

    John Johnson, known as Jerry back in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, served in the 9th Photographic Technical Squadron during the time of the atomic strikes on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Johnson was discovered after two years of historical research by the 14th Intelligence Squadron at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio as the unit tried to uncover its lineage.
  • Managing summer time risks on and off duty

    Moving trucks are being loaded, the sun is warming pools and vacations are underway and the days are long; but do we have the skills to manage summer time risk?
  • AES trains 445th, sister service Airmen

    The 445th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron conducted Aeromedical Evacuation Initial Qualification course training May 31 - June 9, 2016 here.
  • 100 Years of Reserve Air Power: The Centennial Celebration

    Editor’s note: On June 3, 1916, Congress signed the National Defense Act of 1916, which created the nation’s first air reserve program. In honor of this historic event, the Air Force Reserve is celebrating 100 years of reserve air power throughout the month of June. The following story looks at the National Defense Act of 1916 and how it set the