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A boom operator Airman uses psychology work to help other Airmen, community
One boom operator at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, has made it her mission to improve the mental health of her fellow Airmen and members of the local community.
0 2/07
2018
An Airman sings Singing boom operator inspires others
Growing up in a poverty-stricken, single-parent family, he used singing as a kind of therapy. Airman 1st Class Julian Awari, 349th Air Refueling Squadron boom operator, was only 6 years old when he first realized he had a talent for singing, and it was a hobby he would stick with throughout his life.
0 12/13
2017
A baby Heart to heart: AF steps up to help Airman’s family
Five days after their baby was born in 2011, they realized something was wrong. When they took her back to the hospital, they found out they were in for a long, rough road ahead. “They quickly rushed us over to the neonatal intensive care unit, and we met with a cardiologist who said that my daughter has hypoplastic left heart syndrome, which essentially means that the left side of her heart never formed and never will,” said Lt. Col. Kevin White, 344th Air Refueling Squadron director of operations, who was then a captain stationed at McConnell Air Force Base.
0 12/01
2017
Master Sgt. Christopher Scott, 386th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron operations noncommissioned officer in charge, is one of over 25 defenders currently deployed and attached to the squadron with both a civilian and military law enforcement background. Guard, Reserve defenders bring experience to the fight
The training and experience Air National Guard and Reserve law enforcement Airmen gain in their civilian and military careers help keep people safe from enemies foreign and domestic. Many of these security forces members, or defenders, bring the knowledge of both careers to make them more effective both at home and abroad.
0 11/16
2017
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