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Retired Navy Lt. Cmdr. Chip Lutz talks about post-deployment communication during his keynote address Jan. 24, 2015, at an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training event in Florida. Yellow Ribbon promotes the well-being of reservists and their loved ones by connecting them with resources before and after deployments. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Aja Heiden) Former naval officer addresses Yellow Ribbon trainees
A former Navy officer who's also a military spouse led Air Force Reservists and their loved ones in weekend discussions about communication challenges posed by deployments."Having bad communication does not make you a bad person, it happens to everyone," said Chip Lutz, who retired as a lieutenant commander after 22 years in the service.
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Retired Navy Lt. Cmdr. Chip Lutz talks about post-deployment communication during his keynote address Jan. 24, 2015, at an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training event in Florida. Yellow Ribbon promotes the well-being of reservists and their loved ones by connecting them with resources before and after deployments. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Aja Heiden) Former naval officer addresses Yellow Ribbon trainees
A former Navy officer who's also a military spouse led Air Force Reservists and their loved ones in weekend discussions about communication challenges posed by deployments."Having bad communication does not make you a bad person, it happens to everyone," said Chip Lutz, who retired as a lieutenant commander after 22 years in the service.
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Col. (Dr.) Lewis Neace receives his official retirement pin from his wife at his retirement ceremony at Patrick Air Force Base Jan. 11, 2015. Neace completed more than 31 years of service as an Air Force Reserve physician and was most recently the commander of the 920th Aeromedical Staging Squadron at Patrick. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Anna-Marie Wyant) 
Reserve doctor reflects on three-decade rescue career
For many reservists, commuting to their assigned base is a monthly endeavor.While several reservists spend a couple hours or more on the road to attendtheir drill weekends, few travel through all four continental U.S. time zonesfor only two days of work. Dr. (Col.) Lewis Neace was one of thosefew.Neace, former commander of the 920th Aeromedical
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2015
Teenagers work together as a team to try to navigate a ball into a cup using only yarn during an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Program event Nov. 21-23 in Orlando, Florida. Yellow Ribbon events help provide reservists and their loved ones access to the resources they need to help booster morale and welfare while maintaining resiliency during all stages of a deployment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Shanda De Anda) Children share experiences at family deployment training
Tyler Ceccato, the 10-year-old son of two Air Force Reservists, relies on his enjoyment of video games to help pass the time when either of his parents deploys. He and other children of GIs shared tips about coping with the absence of a mother or father during a military training session in late November."Do something that's really fun for you to
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2014
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - Master Sgt. Sandi Golden-Vest, 445th Airlift Wing and 434th Air Refueling Wing Yellow Ribbon Program Representative, is celebrating six years of cancer remission. She was diagnosed with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia (AML) sub type 2, a rare form of cancer, September 2008 and was officially in remission starting in December 2008. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Anthony Springer) 445th AW Reservist celebrates 6 years of cancer remission
September 4, 2008 began as a typical day for Master Sgt. Sandi Golden-Vest. She was serving as the 445th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron clinical management flight superintendent at the time, and as a self-described "hard-charger," she was running around doing a million tasks for the upcoming Health Services Inspection when she experienced heart
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2014
Capt. Christine Schrader at the 934th Airlift Wing (Air Force Photo/Paul Zadach) 934th captain serves community as Winter Carnival royalty
In 1885 a New York reporter wrote that Saint Paul, Minn. Was, "another Siberia, unfit for human habitation in winter."  Offended by this, the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce decided to prove that St. Paul was not only habitable, but that it was a fun place to be.  Capt. Christine Schrader, 934th Operations Support Squadron,  grew up in Woodbury,
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2014
Lt. Col. Todd Riddle speaks about financial planning and balancing lives Sept. 27, 2014, during an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon training weekend in Orlando, Florida. Riddle is an A-10 Thunderbolt II instructor pilot with the Reserve's 442nd Fighter Wing, Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, and a frequent speaker at Yellow Ribbon events. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Heather Skinkle) A-10 pilot guides lives with goals, balance at Yellow Ribbon
The irresistible sway of musician Stevie Wonder's song "Superstition" helped Lt. Col. Todd Riddle urge his audience  to "dance like nobody's watching," during his keynote address at an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Program training weekend here Sept. 26-28.More than 600 reservists and their loved ones rose to the music. In addition to speaking to
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2014
Senior Airman Jeffrey Gebhardt, 446th Force Support Squadron client systems technician, out of Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, bounds one of the numerous obstacles at Warrior Spirit, Aug. 18, 2014 at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. Gebhardt has been assigned to the Joint Communications Support Element at MacDill since November 2013, and is on long-term orders to continue his needed support. Warrior Spirit is a weeklong team-based exercise built to validate technical and tactical skills while creating unit cohesion. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Andrew Sveen) McChord Reservist trades computer for parachute
Computer issues can drive a person to the point of jumping out of a perfectly good aircraft. Well, that's the story of one Reservist with the 446th Airlift Wing.Senior Airman Jeffery Gebhardt, a 446th Force Support Squadron client systems technician, is currently assigned to the Joint Communications Support Element at MacDill Air Force Base,
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2014
Tech. Sgt. Michael Santoy, a crew chief with the 440th Maintenance Squadron, performs an inspection of his C-130 H Hercules prior to a mission.  As a former Army paratrooper, Santoy jumped out of C-130s while assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group, formerly located at Ft. Bragg, N.C.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Mark Thompson) Pope Field crew chief jumps careers
Most crew chiefs will tell you that they know their aircraft inside and out, but one assigned to Pope Field, N.C., knows the outside of a C-130 Hercules better than most. As a former Army paratrooper, Tech. Sgt. Michael Santoy, a crew chief with the 440th Maintenance Squadron, jumped out of C-130s while assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group,
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2014
Senior Airman Eric Martinson and his wife, Leah, take a break from Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Program training Aug. 23, 2014, in Costa Mesa, Calif. Their preparations for his upcoming first deployment include making necessary arrangements to ensure that Leah Martinson, who is blind, is ready to run their household without him. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Luke Johnson) Blind woman prepares for husband’s first deployment
An upcoming first-time deployment poses special challenges for an Air Force reservist and his wife, who has just 10 percent of her vision left. "On a personal and emotional level, it's a much bigger deal than I'm allowing myself to think it is," said Leah Martinson, wife of Senior Airman Eric Martinson of the 934th Maintenance Squadron at
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2014
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