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  • 446th medical professionals return home from COVID-19 relief efforts in NYC

    “In the hospital's intensive care unit, whenever a patient was extubated, the hospital would play celebration music,” said Lt. Col. (Dr.) Pen Hou. “We knew then that a patient was likely to have recovered and could be turned to less acuity care. I heard more and more music every day, and one day, one of the ICUs had been closed because it was not
  • Reserve Citizen Airman takes the fight to COVID-19

    When the COVID-19 pandemic spread to Texas, Lt. Col. Patricia Herbelin did not go into lockdown; she fought back.
  • Final 307th Medical Squadron deployers return

    The last remaining 307th Medical Squadron deployers returned from New York to Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, June 5, 2020. The Reserve Citizen Airmen helped local hospital workers there battle the COVID-19 pandemic that ravaged the area.
  • 445th Airlift Wing Commandos coming home

    It’s been about two months since seven Citizen Airmen departed Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio with only 24 hours’ notice to support COVID-19 relief efforts in New York City.
  • Brothers come together in crisis response efforts

    Thousands of US troops deployed to New York City in April in support of coronavirus relief efforts at a number of medical facilities in the region. Among the response team: the Otto brothers of Ohio, a tight-knit family with a rich legacy of military service.
  • Out of the Uniform: 446th Reserve Citizen Airman, husband make house calls to flatten the curve

    Staff Sgt. Geri Poston, a 446th Force Support Squadron services sustainment technician, fights COVID-19 with house calls to flatten the curve.Founded in September 2018, Poston and her Army medic-trained husband, Joseph, formed their company, Remedy Urgent Mobile Medicine.“We both really saw a need to improve the quality of healthcare for patients,”
  • 934th Security Forces Squadron commemorate the fallen

    MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL AIR RESERVE STATION, Minn. -- Defenders with the 934th Security Forces Squadron started their Friday off early, not to perform their daily and routine security duties, but instead to conduct a 5-mile ruck march.Physical fitness was not the driving force for this tactical movement. Rather, it was a way to remember and bring
  • Changing lines

    Tech. Sgt. Eric Melton has leveraged his military skillset to help his local area through the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Home at the hospital

    While most people go home after a long, grueling day at work, Kevin Kulow walks straight to his camper, a short distance from the emergency room where he faces a wide range of unexpected illnesses.
  • 302nd Airlift Wing thanks Colorado healthcare workers with flyover

    Over the last several months, medical personnel, healthcare workers and essential personnel all over the world have been working against one common enemy; COVID-19. In Colorado, as of May 6 there have been 17,830 cases, 2,986 hospitalized and 921 deaths, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment website.
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