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Capt. Susan Marchiano looks over a wounded U.S. armed forces member's treatment notes while he is being transported to a field hospital aboard an HC-130 P/N King aircraft April 12, 2010, in Afghanistan. Marchiano was a flight doctor assigned to the 79th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Manuel J. Martinez) Air Force's best flight surgeon aims to help people
Leaning over a small desk, the flight surgeon finishes reviewing a patient's medical file. The tall, dark-haired doctor has a warm, friendly voice that could make any patient feel at ease. She has worked in everything from small, spotless rooms, furnished with reclining, leather chairs, to the inside of HH-60G Pave Hawks in Afghanistan. She is
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2012
Air Force Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Brian Bohlman, 455th Air Expeditionary Wing, meets with and prays with members of the Craig Joint Theater Hospital, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, May 26, 2012. Chaplain Bohlman works the night shift at the hospital and routinely visits patients, American and Afghan, throughout the night helping them to cope with their circumstances. The hospital here employs 528 joint medical staff.(U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Clay Lancaster) Caring for the warrior's soul
The chaplain gave the cross he brought from home to the young Marine from Florida who was injured. The Marine, who was engaged to a girl in Jacksonville, Fla., had been injured in a roadside bomb explosion and lost the cross that was on his body armor. When the chaplain presented the cross to the youthful Marine, both men cried.This was Chaplain
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2012
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Adam Murphy, 27th Special Operations Support Squadron Survival Escape Resistance Evasion specialist, gives a lesson on terrain assessment during a field training course at Melrose Air Force Range, N.M., May 3, 2012. Aircrew members spent the day at the range learning critical SERE field training skills. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexxis Pons Abascal)  Surviving through SERE
To say that the Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape specialists here are mere instructors doesn't begin to give them sufficient kudos for the skills, tactics and mission-essential tools they instill in aircrew members of the 27th Special Operations Wing. "It takes awesomeness and amazing genes to do what we do," said Tech. Sgt. Marc Richard, a
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2012
KHQ 6 News meteorologist Dave Law, is a retired master sergeant. He retired from the Air Force while stationed at Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash., in 2005. He partially credits his success at KHQ 6 to the Air Force way of life and the training he received. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Earlandez Young/Released) Retired master sergeant now on-air TV meteorologist
He can be seen live most weekends and periodically throughout the week on KHQ 6 News delivering  weather forecasts for the Inland Northwest Washington. Meteorologist Dave Law owes a great deal of his success to his 23 years in the Air Force."My four years as the Chief of Weather Operations at Fairchild  (Air Force Base) was the grand finale of my
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2012
Tech. Sgt. Michael Brizuela, a staff sergeant in 1995, takes a photo with his bugle and an F-16 Fighting Falcon at Tucson International Airport. The aircraft maintenance specialist has volunteered countless hours to performing Honor Guard duty over the last 30 years. (Courtesy photo) Memorial Day stirs memories for honor guard veteran
This Memorial Day, while Americans gather to remember those who gave their lives for their freedoms, military honor guards will function as central fixtures at cemeteries, parades and solemn observances.For Tech. Sgt. Michael Brizuela, a full-time F-16 Fighting Falcon crew chief at Tucson International Airport, the day is one of a thousand
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2012
MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – – James Watland saw a lot change around him over the last 87 years, but still sees a lot of things he remembers in the KC-135 Stratotanker.  Watland served in the Air Force from 1952-1962 as an enlisted boom operator, being one of the first to work in aerial refueling.  He was back aboard a plane he could have served on recently as part of an orientation flight for employers and civic leaders hosted by the 927th Air Refueling Wing, a reserve unit at MacDill. (Official U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shawn Rhodes) Former boom operator returns to the Air Force 50 years later
When the F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot hooked up to the KC-135 Stratotanker and looked through his canopy into the boom window of the aircraft above, he was surprised to see the face of an 87-year-old man smiling back at him.More than 50 years ago, James Watland sat in a boom pod of a KC-135 very much like one he sat in May 5, 2012, during an
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2012
Rich Kay takes a few minutes out of his day to go for a run Tuesday at the Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph outdoor track. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Lincoln Korver) Health professionals offer cool advice
Anyone who has gone through basic military training knows how seriously the instructors take "hydrating," but do the trainees really know why they are encouraged to drink water regularly and beyond thirst?The human body's main goal is to maintain homeostasis, or balance, in all aspects of function. This includes maintaining a constant core internal
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2012
Default Air Force Logo Retired chief receives dedication from Air Force Executive Dining Facility
Secretary of the Air Force Michael B. Donley is dedicating the Pentagon's Air Force Executive Dining Facility to its recently retired director.Alfonso Sisneros, who is also a retired chief master sergeant, retired April 30 from civil service.Sisneros managed the facility for more than 30 years. He was recognized as a mainstay and for his vital role
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2012
Default Air Force Logo Pilot takes initiative to learn language
In today's global world, Air Force mission success depends on Airmen's ability to communicate and collaborate across diverse cultural environments. Inspired by this idea, one Air Force pilot has taken the initiative to learn Japanese through the Air Force's Language Enabled Airman Program. Despite not needing Japanese in his daily job, Capt. John
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2012
Master Sgt. Curtis Wilson, left, takes the oath of reenlistment being adminstered by his brother Capt. Heath Wilson as they rapell from a wall at the U.S. Air Force Pararescue School at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., in April 2012. Sergeant Wilson is a program manager at Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Headquarters at Kirtland and Captain Wilson is a nurse with the 99th Medical Group at Nellis AFB, Nev. (Photo by George Diamond). Airman continues family's heritage of service
Some families pass on estates, heirlooms, or recipes. All families pass on a heritage. Master Sgt. Curtis M. Wilson's family heritage is more than 300 years of military service spanning three generations.With 21 years of service already, Sergeant Wilson recently reenlisted with the help of his brother, Capt. Heath Wilson, in an innovative ceremony
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