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  • Brothers United in Service and Skill

    For many, serving in the military can offer a sense of camaraderie and brotherhood that is often described as a second family. Having a solid support system can be crucial for both job performance and personal well-being, especially in high-stress environments. For two Liberty Wing air traffic

  • Liberty Wing looks into the past

    Liberty Wing members recently halted construction on base when finding indications of ancient graves and artifacts dating back to 100 B.C. shortly after excavation began.

  • Summer Safety Challenge: Barbeque Safety

    With the Fourth of July just around the corner, it means barbeque season is here! And as with other summer activities, you should always keep safety in mind.

  • Donating to save lives

    You don’t have to jump in front of a bullet or pull someone from a burning car to save a life.

  • Taking a CLEP toward educational goals

    To help Airmen get on track to meet their educational goals, the 48th Force Support Squadron and the National Testing Center hosted a CLEP and Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) Subject Standardized Tests testing marathon, a CLEP-a-thon, Feb. 13-17 here.

  • Charlie: An unlikely legend

    Night has fallen as an elite team of combat search and rescue operatives darts silently through the shadows.The point man spots a suspicious vehicle ahead and motions to his fellow Airmen, who quickly disperse into position to neutralize potential threats.After extensive research, planning and

  • ‘How then should we lead’

    Airmen are taking on responsibilities never expected of them nearly a decade ago, and the evolution of the Air Force has brought many service members together to ask tough questions and move collectively from tactical to strategic thinking.

  • “High Flight”: Poetry at 30,000 feet

    Written months before his death on December 11, 1941, Royal Canadian Air Force Pilot Officer John Gillespie Magee Jr.’s poem, “High Flight,” has had a far wider reach than its 19-year-old writer probably could have imagined.

  • Black Eye Campaign raises domestic violence awareness

    Everyone in the office glanced up to greet their usually-cheery coworker. They averted their eyes when she walked in, and the Airman pretended not to notice, forcing a smile, applying a fragile look of indifference.Eventually, one of her fellow Airmen approached her and asked if she was alright,