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  • Reserve Citizen Airmen return home after battling COVID-19

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 433rd Airlift Wing’s Medical Group, arrived here from New York City on a C-17 Globemaster III May 28 following a 54-day deployment.
  • 315th AW welcomes home COVID response medical team

    The 315th Airlift Wing welcomed home a team of 315th Aerospace Medicine Squadron members returning from a mobilization in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Mother daughter duo serves on pandemic frontline

    Lt. Col. Susan Gutlove, a clinical nurse with the 910th Medical Squadron, and her daughter Micaela Gutlove, are both serving on the frontline of the COVID-19 fight 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.
  • Fitness testing suspended until Oct. 1

    The change, which is an update from the original June 1 resume date, is effective immediately.
  • Dobbins nurses fight COVID-19 in New York City

    DOBBINS AIR RESERVE BASE, Ga. – Air Force Reserve nurses from the 94th Aeromedical Staging Squadron departed here last month after just a few hours’ notice to join the Department of Defense response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which is being led by U.S. Northern Command.Capt. Arielle Watson, one of those nurses, has been working in Queens Hospital in
  • Joint Base Charleston delivers Russia bound ventilators

    A Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina C-17 Globemaster III, today, picked up 50 USAID-provided ventilators at March Air Reserve Base, Calif. and delivered them to Dover Air Force Base, Maryland. The mission is the first leg of a USAID mission to deliver 200 ventilators this month to Moscow.
  • Dobbins performs flyover to honor Georgia frontline healthcare workers

    Medical workers on the frontlines were greeted with a special event yesterday, as two C-130H3 Hercules from Dobbins flew over a number of local hospitals as a way of saying thanks for all the tireless work healthcare workers and first responders have put in to help keep Georgia safe.
  • 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.
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