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  • Wing reps keep Yellow Ribbon in the pink

    Master Sgt. Clay Jennings continually looks for a chance to tell someone at his Air Force Reserve unit in Texas about the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program, which presents information aimed at pre- and post-deployers and their loved ones at weekend training sessions around the country.

  • 655th ISRG officer promotes Hispanic culture, diversity in Dayton

    Lt. Col. Herminio J. Lugo, chief of staff of the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group here, plays a vital role in recognizing Hispanics in the Dayton region and has participated in several Hispanic Heritage committees at Wright-Patterson since 1995.

  • A Chaplain's little miracle

    The story still gives him chills.Maj. Matthew Zimmerman, chaplain with the 439th Airlift Wing, recently opened up to his fellow wingmen about a family battle he’s been dealing with quietly: cancer. Nine months ago, Zimmerman’s five-year-old son Gavin was diagnosed with an inoperable tumor. “It was

  • Reservists rescue aircraft crash victim

    If not for the actions of two fast-thinking and well-trained Citizen Airmen, the last Saturday of summer may have ended in tragedy at Clear Lake, California.Capt. Jared Wahleithner and 1st Lt. Chris Dempsey were ferrying passengers to shore Sept. 17, during the annual Clear Lake Seaplane Splash In,