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  • 317th AW participates in RED FLAG-Alaska 21-3

    Dyess Air Force Base, Texas -- Airmen with the 317th Airlift Wing participated in exercise RED FLAG Alaska 21-3 at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, Aug. 12 – 27, 2021. The exercise was designed to provide realistic training in a simulated combat environment.Approximately 85 Airmen from the 317th Maintenance Group and 39th Airlift Squadron were
  • AMC leadership team recognizes JB MDL wings for Afghanistan support

    The U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command leadership team visited the 87th Air Base Wing and 305th Air Mobility Wing, in addition to other units, to recognize Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst personnel who were key to evacuating the Kabul airport and setting up Liberty Village Sept. 8. U.S. Air Force Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost, AMC commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Brian Kruzelnick, AMC command chief, recognized 20 service members for their contributions and learned about how their units provide support locally for the on-going missions.
  • Airmen at Travis AFB Feat. DGMC part 4: Staff Sgt. Loisel

    Ask a rugby player what’s good to bring along for a match and you might hear a strange answer: A medic. For one player, though, it’s a requirement. Staff Sgt. Stefani Loisel, an aerospace medical technician with the 60th Surgical Services Squadron, plays as a wing on the U.S. Air Force Rugby team and is a single mother to two boys, aged four and five.
  • 571 MSAS launches inaugural WPS seminar in El Salvador

    Twenty-eight Salvadoran military members participated in the first-ever Women, Peace and Security seminar including all branches of the Salvadoran military from Aug. 23-27 at the Centro de Entrenamiento de Operaciones de Paz (CEOPAZ), El Salvador. Women, Peace and Security is a United Nations effort to highlight the effect of conflict on women and the importance of including women in security forces and in conflict resolution. This effort aims to promote women leaders within the military and security forces and to develop solutions for a seamless integration.
  • AMC Leadership Visits Pease

    Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost, Air Mobility Command commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Brian Kruzelnick, command chief master sergeant for Air Mobility Command, met with local New Hampshire state and National Guard leadership and recognized Airmen who showed outstanding support of the AMC mission.
  • AMC Chaplains deliver hope to Airmen and families

    SCOTT Air Force Base, Ill. -- While Air Mobility Command supported Operation Allies Refuge nonstop, one of the five Muslim Chaplains in the Air Force was presented the opportunity to serve Airmen and families during a unique and challenging period. Stationed at Scott Air Force Base, Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Walid Habash anticipated the toll this
  • Joint Chiefs of Staff recognizes JB MDL Airmen

    U.S. Army Gen. Mark Milley, the 20th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, visited Airmen at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., Sept. 7, 2021. Milley spoke to Airmen who were instrumental to the Operations Allied Refuge and Allies Welcome.
  • 20 years later: A chief remembers 9/11

    Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001 at 8:46 a.m. eastern daylight time?The ability to recall where you were and what you were doing on specific dates as history unfolded is something nearly everyone can relate to. Etched into one’s mind are dates such as the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion Jan. 28, 1986; President George H.W. Bush announcing the
  • Keep safety in mind as summer ends

    The long Labor Day weekend marks the traditional end of summer and offers many service members, civilians and their families the final opportunity to take to the highways and byways for a summertime adventure. Emphasis on managing risk is key, not only for a holiday weekend that historically experiences increased mishaps, but also in transition to the autumn season.
  • Air advisors lend hand to local Panamanian community

    “We enjoy lending a helping hand,” said Tech. Sgt. Samantha Miller, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron command and control air advisor. “It’s helpful for the local community and it’s rewarding for us.” During a recent mission to Panama, members of the 571st MSAS went beyond their usual charge of assessing, training, advising, assisting and equipping partner nations. Air advisors build community relations operations, or COMREL events, into their missions to assist partner nations’ local communities.