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  • Travis AFB Airmen train for arctic weather

    The purpose of the training was to gain qualification and certification on aircraft de-icing, de-ice vehicle operations and an opportunity to perform aircraft maintenance during cold weather conditions.
  • VIPRR clinic now available to Dover AFB Airmen

    Dover AFB Airmen welcomed a quicker and more flexible process to complete their health assessments, Nov. 21, 2019.
  • MacDill supports joint force exercise

    For around a week, the skies over MacDill Air Force Base, Florida buzzed with the sounds of HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopters, as the base hosted a Joint Force deployment readiness exercise.
  • Hellhound innovation saves time, effort, money

    “Knowledge is power and should be shared democratically.” This is the quote you will find at the desk of Staff Sgt. Timothy Miller, 821st Contingency Response Squadron tactics flight. And this isn’t just a quote he appreciates; it’s something he lives by. Miller finished in the top five of 64 Airmen, who submitted their innovation to the 2019 Air Mobility Command’s Phoenix Spark Tank competition.
  • Air Mobility Command civic leaders visit Joint Base MDL

    Air Mobility Command civic leaders visited Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, to meet Airmen and experience the mission set Nov. 5-7.This tour was the second stop of a three-part series to emerge the civic leaders into a mobility Airman’s world. The group started in March at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, where they witnessed nearly 800
  • MacDill broadens global strike

    When carrying out the nation’s top mission, there is no room for failure. The nation relies on the capabilities of its armed forces to ensure that freedoms endure. Strategic deterrence is the responsibility of Airmen from each of the Air Force’s major commands and Air Mobility Command’s role is to deliver rapid global mobility. Mobility Airmen step up every day to contribute to the high-end fight. Through precise training, the Airmen of the 6th and the 927th Air Refueling Wings, stationed at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, remain ready to deter near peer adversaries.
  • AMC announces 2019 Phoenix Spark Tank winners

    SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- The AMC Phoenix Spark Tank competition was held Oct. 25, at the Airlift/Tanker Association convention. There were 64 submissions for the competition and five finalists competed, making their pitch to the judges. Those finalists are:First Place: Tech. Sgt. Sharif Abouomar, Air Mobility Command HQ A4Second Place: Tech.
  • 436th CS unit marshals protect personnel, assets

    The 436th Communications Squadron held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at their in-house Unit Marshal Program’s armory Oct. 24, 2019.The 436th CS is the first squadron in the Air Force to create its own arming area in support of the UMP.The UMP is designed as an active shooter deterrent program, since 436th CS UMs do not respond to threats outside of the
  • U.S. Transportation Command coordinates theater patient movement, the most critical part of the aeromedical evacuation process

    Moving America’s wounded warriors safely and securely begins at the in-theater point of injury, which, in the combat environment, remains most critical in the initial hour or so following the incident, when prompt medical care increases an individual’s survivability.
  • Ready in a flash: MacDill exercises operational readiness

    From medical, to maintenance, mission support, to operations, every unit plays an important role in the 6th Air Refueling Wing’s mission, and each displayed their capabilities during an operational readiness exercise conducted Oct. 21 through Oct. 24 at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.
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