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Aircrew members  from the 326th Airlift Squadron, Dover Air Force Base, Del., fly en route to Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., and discuss a low-altitude training mission planned to influence future Red Flag exercises May 3, 2013. The crew was part of an eight-person team charged with conducting a noncombatant evacuation operation exercise during the 512th Airlift Wing's unit training assembly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Erika Brooke) "Pros from Dover" rewrite Red Flag's playbook
"There's no shame in getting sick," Maj. Christian Fiore said with a smile during an unofficial pre-flight briefing, May 3 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. "Just use those little bags that we give you and keep on." The 326th Airlift Squadron pilot from Dover Air Force Base, Del., was joined by fellow 326th AS aviator Maj. Ben Lasher, who nodded in
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2013
Tech. Sgt. Tracey Piel makes her final push for the finish line. Marching in memory
Just before dawn on March 17, I stood with my friends and fellow "port dawgs" Staff Sgt. Veronica Natal and Abby Helton, among nearly 6,000 participants awaiting the start of the 24th Annual Bataan Memorial Death March.Every year White Sands Missile Range, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Army Morale Welfare & Recreation and countless sponsors and
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Master Sgt. David Say, Reserve first sergeant at the 920th Rescue Wing's Operational Support Squadron, spends his Unit Training Assembly weekends mentoring the young Airmen who are responsible for the life-saving equipment that rescue pilots and aircrew wear while flying into unknown areas to save the life of a downed pilot or injured soldier. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Leslie Forshaw) Florida Citizen Airman is crimefighter, counselor
Rounding up criminals wearing a bullet proof vest and a U.S. Marshals badge is a full time job for one Citizen Airmen.However, Master Sgt. David Say wears another uniform and has a different set of responsibilities as a first sergeant at the 920th Rescue Wing's Operational Support Squadron.Say wears two hats, literally and figuratively. As a senior
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2013
Staff Sgt. Sarah Carter, Band of the U.S. Air Force Reserve Band flutist, rehearses Feb. 13, 2013, with members of the Reserve Band for an official function here at Robins AFB, Ga. Carter has been playing the flute for 22 years, seven of which have been in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alexy Saltekoff) A heart full of notes
A little girl with a big heart and creative imagination dances and twirls through the living room. With her mouth she hums a tune, running her fingers up and down the plastic pipe connected to her mother's vacuum cleaner as she pretends to play a flute. Her goal, to become the best flutist she can be, never realizing her dream would become a
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2013
Setting his own personal record, Tech Sgt. Thomas Cowan, 920th Rescue Wing, developmental and training flight facilitator crosses the finish line in his first ever half marathon.  920th Rescue Wing Airmen woke up Sunday morning with one focus on their mind … conquer the Melbourne Marathon.  The Airmen along with 1000s of local and afar athletes participated in either a full 26.2 mile marathon or a 13.1 mile half marathon. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Peter Dean) Broken Airman relearns walking, runs marathon
On the morning of October 4, 2010, an enjoyable commute to work came to a crashing halt for motorcyclist and Air Force Reservist Tech. Sgt. Thomas Cowan.Cowan, the developmental and training flight facilitator for the 920th Rescue Wing, said it was a beautiful morning, so he just jumped on his motorcycle and headed to work. But after driving only
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2013
A team of Reservists from the 446th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron treat Capt. Steven Smith, 446th AES flight nurse and training evaluator, during a C-17 training exercise April 7. Smith pretended to be a patient who fainted and vomited blood. This scenario was a test for a team of flight nurses and medical technicians. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Madelyn McCullough) Aeromedical missions are about saving lives on the fly
The C-17 Globemaster III ramp drops and 20 Reservists rush on to transform the plane into an air hospital. They work together to latch in place the metal frames that will hold litters carrying supplies and patients.As stretchers full of defibrillators, bandages, and fluids are loaded into the plane, leaders yell "Prepare to lift!" followed by the
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2013
Senior Airman Faith Morgan enjoys helping her fellow Airmen in both her Reserve and civilian jobs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Anna-Marie Wyant) Helping fellow Airmen: a job and a passion
Airmen of all ranks and career fields are encouraged to help one another whenever possible; it's the concept of being a good wingman. For many Airmen, helping others is part of their job, but for Senior Airman Faith Morgan, it's more than that - it's a passion.  Morgan, the executive assistant to the 920th Rescue Wing's Command Chief Master Sgt.
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2013
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - Master Sgt. Ty Walk, 445th Maintenance Squadron aerospace repair craftsman, makes repairs to the floor in the cargo area of a C-17 Globemaster III during a routine Home Station Check inspection Feb. 21. (U.S. Air Force photo/Stacy Vaughn) Home Station Check inspections keep wing's C-17s in the air
Taking care of the C-17 Globemaster III entails more than just an occasional washing, oil change and spot check of the plane. It takes the experience of a diverse maintenance team to go over the aircraft inch-by-inch, checking every nook and cranny for defects.Every 120 days, a Home Station Check or HSC inspection is required to keep the C-17
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Senior Master Sgt. Martha Roy chats with LifeSouth blood mobile technician Kenall Summers while making her first donation in five years. (Air Force Photo by By Tech. Sgt. Jay Ponder) Survivor not taking gift of giving for granted
When one experiences a traumatic life event, it can either strengthen or weaken personal resolve to face such an event's challenges and give hope and inspiration to others.As Airmen of the 908th trained and took care of regular military requirements during the January UTA, few were aware of one Airman's overcoming one of life's greatest ordeals and
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2013
Staff Sgt. Nicholas Gibson, a pararescueman with the 308th Rescue Squadron at Patrick Air Force Base, plans to summit Mt. Everest with an all Air Force team as part of the USAF Seven Summits Challenge. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Anna-Marie Wyant) Reserve pararescueman aims to climb Mt Everest
Staff Sgt. Nicholas Gibson has spent most of his life in Florida, one of the flattest states in the nation with its highest natural point reaching 345 feet -- the lowest high point of any state in the U.S. While he loves the sunshine state and calls it home, Gibson has always had a desire to reach higher ground. As a teenager, Gibson said he began
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