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  • MacDill Airmen keep military leaders in touch

    In an ever-changing world, it is essential for leaders to make key decisions in real-world time.
  • Father, daughter face different stages of career while at Travis

    Just before she was about to leave for basic military training, Gabrielle Honeycutt started freaking out. “I was really scared,” she said. “I was shaking and crying and everything.” Gabrielle was a shy and timid teenager, saying she was “scared to even just change in general,” so the move of going to basic training weighed heavy on her.
  • One Airman’s Journey to the USAF

    At the age of 5 in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, she told her family she would live abroad. She focused on making that dream a reality and did just that in March 2011.
  • Team Dover selected as AMC Aerial Port of the Future test bed

    In February 2017, approximately 25 scientists and researchers from Air Mobility Command, Air Force, Army, Navy and Department of Defense research labs visited the 436th Aerial Port Squadron to kick off a new initiative: The Aerial Port of the Future.
  • MacDill prepares for airfield systems, ground radar career merge

    The merging of airfield systems technicians with ground radar technicians began when Staff. Sgt. Thomas Morris, airfield systems technician assigned to the 6th Operations Support Squadron went to a specialized training course.
  • Quiet professionals enable warfighters worldwide at JB MDL

    JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST, N. J. -- Through the front office door and down the hall, the room opens into an enormous bay. The mechanics turn wrenches and chatter. The Army Support Activity Logistics Readiness Center here is ensures the equipment warfighters depend on is reliable and ready for action at a moment’s notice. The LRC specialists
  • Back in the sky: loadmaster overcomes cancer with wingman, family

    “It turns out you have a form of lymphoma,” said a voice over the phone. “It’s Non-Hodgkin lymphoma and luckily it’s only stage 1. You will be receiving a call from an oncologist sometime today.” This was the call Staff Sgt. Oliver Broadbent, a loadmaster from the 22nd Airlift Squadron, was expecting to receive since having a lump removed from his upper groin a week prior.
  • Birds don’t fly without supply

    MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Every day, Air Force aircraft maintainers repair and replace broken parts on their respective aircraft. Whether these parts are brand new or refurbished, they are required for maintainers to keeping planes in the air.The maintainers are responsible for understanding the ins and outs of aircraft maintenance, as well
  • Bioenvironmental Airmen ensure safe work conditions

    LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, Ark. -- When illness prevention comes to mind, some people mayimagine doctors working in a lab searching for cures to formidable diseases. However,the 19th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Bioenvironmental Engineers are unsung scientists,chemists and microbiologists who specialize in identifying potential healthhazards in the
  • Maintainers preserve aging KC-10 fleet

    JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST, N.J. -- The KC-10 Extender took its first flight in 1980, and it’s no secret that the Air Force’s premiere refueling aircraft has reached a venerable age. But, the aircraft’s long and rigorous service has taken its toll and round-the-clock maintenance is required to keep them airborne. ]The dedicated maintainers