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  • Life coaching, counseling available to 908th Airlift Wing members

    Amy Kemp-Wellmeier, or Ms. Amy as she likes to be called, is the 908th Airlift Wing’s Director of Psychological Health. In her role she advises the wing’s leadership on mental health issues affecting Airmen, schedules annual trainings and acts as what she calls a “life coach” to the 908th’s members.

  • Art of gold: 934 AW SARC creates mural for Sexual Awareness Month

    In January of this year, Elizabeth Swanson, the 934th Sexual Assault Coordinator, designed and painted a mural to commemorate the 21st Anniversary of Sexual Assault Awareness Month held in April. The creative purpose of her art is to focus on education and bring attention to sexual assault during

  • 101-year-old veteran promoted to major

    Fifty-five years after his retirement, World War II veteran Capt. Thomas Dewey Adams Jr., 101 years old, was granted an honorary promotion to major during a ceremony held at his home, April 29.Col. Stuart Rubio, 403rd Wing commander, presided over the ceremony held in Adams’s home.“It is important

  • Hurricane Awareness Tour Returns

    Air Force Reserve 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron participated in the first Hurricane Awareness Tour since 2019. The HAT took place during National Hurricane Preparedness Week with the purpose of promoting hurricane preparedness and awareness before the 2022 hurricane season begins.

  • British Movers visit Port Dawgs

    British Royal Air Force Reserve’s 4624th Squadron, known as “Movers”, visit to 41st Aerial Port Squadron, Port Dawgs located at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, April 21-25 conduct some combined air transportation interoperability and agile combat employment training.

  • First Blood: moulage brings life to training

    Staff Sgt. Sara Syverhus’, 934th Aeromedical Staging Squadron medical technician, right leg has a compound fracture. She smiles and feels nothing. Syverhus and other 934th Airlift Wing Airmen had moulage applied to them for simulated mass casualty exercises supporting operation Viking Shield.

  • AF crowns Readiness Challenge VIII winners, plans FOC event in 2023

    TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. — Following a more than 20-year competition hiatus, the Air Force civil engineering community crowned winners of the Air Force Civil Engineer Readiness Challenge April 22, 2022. Surrounded by a crowd of more than 400 civil engineers — competitors, cadre and team

  • Defenders and engineers team up for 24-hour exercise

    The 910th Security Forces Squadron and 910th Civil Engineer Squadron teamed up for a 24-hour security operations exercise at Camp James A. Garfield Joint Military Training Center, Ohio, leading up to the April unit training assembly. The civil Engineers helped erect a bare base with tents,