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Rose Day, left, and Julia Ignacek, center, answer questions from an attendee of the 41st Annual National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers Conference  Sept. 23, 2014, in New Orleans. Day and Ignacek are members of the Air Force Technical Applications Center at Patrick AFB, Fla. The co-workers set up a booth to reach out to a diverse audience of scientists, educators, managers, engineers and students who attended the week-long event. (Courtesy photo) Diversity key to treaty monitoring center’s success
Diversity in thought and approach is critical to innovation, and is a military necessity. It empowers Airmen to overcome challenges the service members face with executing global missions and growing responsibilities.
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Cadet 1st Class Rebecca Esselstein was named a Rhodes Scholar Nov. 22, 2014, at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo., making her the Air Force Academy's 38th recipient and the 12th cadet-athlete to earn the honor. Esselstein is a native of Dayton, Ohio. (U.S. Air Force photo) Academy cadet named Rhodes Scholar
An Air Force cadet senior distance runner was awarded one of 32 Rhodes Scholarships for 2014 on Nov. 22.
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Tech. Sgt. Michelle Bresson performs a pre-flight inspection Nov. 5, 2014, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Bresson is a 40th Helicopter Squadron special missions aviator and her responsibilities typically include keeping the pilots advised of anything that is going on with the aircraft – if there are any malfunctions with the aircraft, the aviators are the system experts. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joshua Smoot) Aviator helps pilots fly in Big Sky Country
Tech. Sgt. Michelle Bresson, a 40th Helicopter Squadron special missions aviator, has been assisting helicopter pilots at Malmstrom Air Force Base for nearly five years. Her responsibilities typically include keeping the pilots advised of anything that is going on with the aircraft. If there are any malfunctions with the aircraft, special missions aviators are the system experts. They are the ones that are going to be giving pilots advice on what could possibly be going wrong.
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Construction continues Nov. 5, 2014, on the new Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, the largest outpatient ambulatory care center in the Department of Defense at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. The $380 million facility spans almost 700,000 square feet and is expected to serve more than 55,000 patients annually. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jennifer Schneider) Construction continues on largest ambulatory care center in the DOD
San Antonio will soon be home to the largest outpatient ambulatory care center in the Department of Defense: the new Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.
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Default Air Force Logo Officers, civilians selected for developmental education opportunity
The 2014 Intermediate, Senior, and Civilian Developmental Education Designation Board held Oct. 21 selected 796 officers and 150 civilians for intermediate and senior developmental education, Air Force Personnel Center officials announced Nov. 24.
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Default Air Force Logo Forging professional Airmen is focus for new AETC directorate
A new Air Force office dedicated to more effectively developing professionalism in Airmen, at the request of Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, was established at Headquarters Air Education and Training Command's A9 directorate.
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Col. Bill Mueller pins the silver wings of an Air Force pilot to the chest of Capt. William Smith with the assistance of Smith’s father, Mike, at the Gene Smith Memorial Plaza Nov. 21, 2014, on Columbus Air Force Base, Miss. Mueller visited the base to congratulate and welcome Smith into the pilot-physician program, an elite career field combining two very specialized jobs. Mueller is the director of the Air Force pilot-physician program at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Smith is a 14th Flying Training Wing Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 15-02 student and a prior flight surgeon. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman John Day) Student pilot earns second set of wings
Capt. William Smith, a 14th Flying Training Wing Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 15-02 student, became the first pilot to earn his silver wings in the new pilot-physician selection process during a graduation ceremony Nov. 21 at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi.
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A 36th Airlift Squadron C-130 Hercules flies over South Korea Nov. 19, 2014, during Exercise Max Thunder. The 36th AS represented Yokota Air Base, Japan, during the exercise and used the opportunity to practice combat maneuvers and low-altitude flying. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Staff Sgt. Cody H. Ramirez) Yokota Airmen train combat mobility during Max Thunder
The 36th Airlift Squadron participated in Exercise Max Thunder 14-2, flying alongside South Korean military counterparts to integrate their airlift capabilities in a simulated combat environment.
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Chief Master Sgt. Max Grindstaff is among the many Airmen who have benefited from the Air Force's mental health services. He took advantage of the mental health services in 2011 to help him cope with the aftermath of an inside attack while he was deployed to Afghanistan. The chief hopes his story encourages Airmen who witness or experience trauma to take advantage of the Air Force's numerous support programs and get help themselves. Grindstaff is the Air Force Academy's command chief. (U.S. Air Force/Carol Lawrence) Taking care of Airmen: How Air Force mental health services helped an Academy leader
Chief Master Sgt. Max Grindstaff, the Academy's command chief, said taking advantage of Air Force mental health support services helps him cope today with the deaths of nine Americans he served with in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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Default Air Force Logo 307 selected for Combat Air Forces squadron command
More than 300 officers have been selected as command candidates for the calendar year 2015 Combat Air Forces Squadron Command Board, Air Force Personnel Center officials announced Nov. 25.
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