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  • AFMC commander visits KAFB, AFNWC

    Capt. Leah M. McNell, protocol officer, 377th Air Base Wing; Col. Jason F. Vattioni, commander, 377th Air Base Wing; and Maj. Gen. John P. Newberry, commander, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, wait for Gen. Duke Z. Richardson, commander, Air Force Materiel Command, to disembark from his aircraft

  • 576th FLTS perform software test upgrades

    An operational task force comprised of combat crewmembers from the 90th Missile Wing, the 91st Missile Wing, and the 341st Missile Wing, joined test professionals from the 576th Flight Test Squadron to perform Software Operational Testing at the Strategic Missile Integration Complex (SMIC), Hill Air

  • Doolittle Descendants visit Ellsworth

    Susan Bower (Left) and Cindy Cole Chal (Right) view a B-1B Lancer takeoff at Ellsworth AFB, S.D. on Sept 16, 2022. The Lancer is a highly versatile, aircraft that carries on the legacy of the Doolittle Raid, providing worldwide long-range-strike capabilities. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman

  • Suicide Prevention Month at America's Lift and Strike Base

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), suicide is a leading cause of death in the United States. Suicide among service members, veterans, and their families is a public health and national security crisis. While suicide is generally the act of an individual, it occurs in

  • Barksdale opens new ScriptCenter Kiosk

    Second Bomb Wing and 2nd Medical Group leadership cut the ribbon at the ScriptCenter kiosk during a ceremony at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, Sept. 13, 2022. The ScriptCenter kiosk offers an alternative to the drive-through pharmacy for patients to pick up prescriptions.

  • Airmen maintain CBRN readiness

    Airmen from the 509th and 131st Bomb Wings participated in a chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) exercise to ensure readiness in the case of an attack.This specific CBRN exercise spans across three days and included Airmen from the 509th Medical Group to reinforce knowledge for

  • FDA changes opens doors to blood donation

    The FDA recently released guidance that will open the doors for tens of thousands of individuals who were previously barred from donating blood in the U.S. to donate.