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Staff Sgt. Brennen Hankins, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron electrical systems Airman, poses for a picture by his truck July 13, 2018, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Airman aids water crisis in Oregon
A 341st Civil Engineer Squadron electrical systems Airman recently traveled to his hometown of Keizer, Oregon, to deliver more than 100 cases of bottled water.Drinking water supplies were contaminated by low levels of toxins, creating a bottled water shortage and increased prices of available water in the Salem-Keizer area.Staff Sgt. Brennen
0 7/19
2018
The seal of the Judge Advocate General Corps is displayed inside the 28th Bomb Wing courtroom at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., July 17, 2018. The Ellsworth Judge Advocate office serves as the legal advisor for the 28th Bomb Wing. They handle issues including administrative law, government contracting and military law. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nicolas Z. Erwin) JAGs: Paper trails and trials
Military court: two images come to mind – either Jack Nicholson yelling “You can’t handle the truth!” or the thud of a gavel striking against wood when a verdict is delivered.
0 7/18
2018
Staff Sgt. Anthony Morgan is the 28th Operations Support Squadron air traffic control standardization and evaluation noncommissioned officer in charge at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D. Air traffic controllers remain qualified via monthly exams that focus on set questions pertaining to the career field. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Airman 1st Class Nicolas Z. Erwin) Air Traffic Control: Keeping eyes on the sky
The fin of a beast weighing more than 190,000 pounds maneuvers through the flight line, looking reminiscent of a great white shark prowling the ocean in search of its prey.
0 7/18
2018
The U.S. Air Force Men’s Soccer Team pose for a group photo following the final match of the 2018 Armed Forces Men's Soccer Championship, at Hedrick Stadium on Fort Bragg, N.C. Leading on and off the field
Every two years, some of the U.S. military’s top men’s soccer players go head-to-head in the Armed Forces Men’s Soccer Championship. This year, the Air Force and the Navy met in the championship match. With a 2-1 deficit heading into halftime, Maj. Jeremiah Kirschman, Air Force head coach and 341st Contracting Squadron commander here, knew his team
0 7/10
2018
Special Operations training with Staff Sgt. Eddie Fore SERE: What it takes
Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE), trainees face long grueling days of simulated interrogation, sleep-deprived nights and nonstop activity that pushes them to their physical limits.
0 6/22
2018
Brig. Gen. Richard E. Ellsworth, former 28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing commander, is remembered at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., for giving the base its namesake. Ellsworth was killed in a training exercise March 18, 1953, when his Convair RB-36 Peacemaker crashed killing all 22 onboard. (Courtesy photo) Ellsworth AFB: The man behind the base
What is a name? It can be a symbol of marriage, a title of a business or an aircraft designation. For Ellsworth Air Force Base, it epitomizes a legacy.
0 6/12
2018
Lt. Col. An Duong, the 28th Medical Group chief of aerospace medicine, sits with her family in their home in Ohio in 2014. Duong was born in Vietnam, but moved to the United States and became a medical professional before commissioning into the Air Force. (Courtesy photo) Vietnamese by blood, Air Force in heart
An old idiom goes ‘home is where the heart is,’ for a 28th Medical Group lieutenant colonel, that saying couldn’t be truer.
0 5/31
2018
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Ashley Dudley, a pass and identification clerk assigned to the 509th Security Forces Squadron, sits and plays with her daughter at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., May 4, 2018. Dudley and her 8-month old daughter, Adelina Dudley, will be celebrating their first Mother’s Day this year; they plan to eat brunch as a family and spend quality time together. (U.S. Air Force photos by Airman 1st Class Taylor Phifer) Military mom’s first Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day: A day dedicated to celebrate and honor mothers everywhere, to thank them for their unconditional love and constant support, to show appreciation for everything they do all year long. It is a day to say, “Mom, I love you.” This year, Mother’s Day has taken on a whole new meaning for one Air Force senior airman.
0 5/11
2018
The Air Force offers multiple avenues for enlisted Airmen to commission throughout their career. Most paths commission Airmen as second lieutenants, however, some of the professional programs earn Airmen a higher rank upon completion of the course.  (U.S. Air Force graphic by Airman 1st Class Nicolas Z. Erwin) Choosing your path: the fork in the road to leadership
The military offers many leadership opportunities throughout a service member’s career. It could be heading up a volunteer event, being the president of a private organization or running a section in his or her unit. All these events help sharpen those who take the chance.
0 5/10
2018
Andy Martins, a manager for the Warrensburg High School baseball team, watches the game at West Park in Warrensburg, Mo., April 16, 2018. Even though he has autism, Andy is a vital member of the team. He ensures the pitchers do not exceed the limit number of throws per game, which is put in place to prevent injury. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Danielle Quilla) Different, not less: love of sports helps military child with autism
“Strike! ... Ball! ... Strike!” With each call from the umpire, a vigilant statistician marks small tallies on a clipboard in the home dugout. Although he isn’t wearing a Tigers’ baseball uniform, he is representing his high school team by sporting a cardinal red baseball cap. Andy Martins is a 17-year-old sports enthusiast and one of the managers of the Warrensburg High School baseball team. Andy has autism. This is his second year on the team, and this season he is responsible for counting pitches.
0 4/27
2018
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