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521st Air Mobility Operations Wing leadership attend a commander’s conference, on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Feb. 21, 2018. Participants in the week-long conference discussed concerns and topics ranging from unit readiness to mission execution and effectiveness. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua Magbanua) 521st AMOW is ready to fight anytime, anywhere
When some people think of warfighting, they often think about the battle itself. But as the saying goes, “getting there is half the battle.” This is why leaders of the 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing take their mission of providing air mobility to combat zones very seriously.
0 5/07
2018
The AFOSI mobile display draws the attention of attendees at each AFOSI Recruiting Roadshow. (USAF photo by SA Dan Chaale) OSI Recruiting Roadshow draws prospective agents
To ensure its enlisted force of special agents is properly manned, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations goes to where the Airmen are via the AFOSI Recruiting Roadshow.
0 5/07
2018
Capt. Aisha Lockett, 60th Air Mobility Wing executive officer, and Capt. Broderick Lockett, 21st Airlift Squadron director of staff, stand together on the flightline at Travis Air Force Base, California, Mar. 27. The Locketts have been at Travis since 2015 and, in that time, have contributed not only to the base's standard of living, but also to its history and legacy. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Christian Conrad) The Locketts: A story of marriage, deployments and finger guns
The Locketts came to Travis Air Force Base, California, in 2015 and in that time, what grass they have found themselves on has been plentifully watered. From Broderick’s participation in the Tuskegee Airmen heritage flight to Aisha’s work in organizing a fun run in support of the Air Force Assistance Fund, their mark on Travis has been one of compassion, hard work and pride. But being a dual-military couple hasn’t been without its challenges.
0 4/03
2018
Airman 1st Class Mohammad Javad from the 60th Aerial Port Squadron, Travis Air Force Base, Calif., poses for a photo, Feb. 28, 2018. Javad was a linguist for U.S. forces while living in Afghanistan and fled to the United States in 2014. After a year in the U.S. Javad enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Louis Briscese) From Afghanistan to Airman
Imagine having to conceal your identity in order to feel safe and protect the ones you love. Changing the route you take to work, wearing disguises so you won’t be recognized or reducing the amount of vacation you take because you know it’s safer to be at work than not.
0 3/07
2018
Capt. David Martinez Guillen, a Spanish Air Force pilot attached to the 16th Airlift Squadron at Joint Base Charleston, poses in front of a C-17 Globemaster III Jan. 25, 2018, at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. Exchange program strengthens bonds between NATO allies
Air Force active duty officers have the opportunity to work alongside officers from international air forces through the Military Personnel Exchange Program, a special duty assignment intended to build, sustain and expand international relationships. Capt. David Martinez Guillen, a Spanish air force pilot arrived at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, in October 2014 to begin his assignment with the 16th Airlift Squadron.
0 2/27
2018
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
The children of St. Michael, Alaska, visit with volunteers and Alaska National Guard members during Operation Santa Claus Dec. 5, 2017. Operation Santa Claus is an Alaska National Guard annual community outreach program that provides Christmas gifts, books, back packs filled with school supplies, fresh fruit and sundaes to youngsters in rural communities. Alaska National Guard brings Christmas gifts to local kids
The Alaska National Guard has a tradition of serving communities throughout Alaska during the holiday season, delivering Christmas gifts and a variety of delights to the children. In its 61st year, some things have changed over time, but the joyfulness and excitement never does. The island-town of St. Michael was selected for a visit Dec. 5, 2017, welcomed by the community, whose population of about 400 is largely Yup'ik Eskimo. They expressed gratitude and enthusiasm to their out-of-town guests who showed up to spread holiday cheer.
0 12/13
2017
U.S. Air force Staff Sgt. Joshua Montambeault, 86th Aerospace Medicine Squadron food safety non-commissioned officer in charge, dedicates hours of his time on stage as a local actor in the Kaiserslautern Military Community. Montambeault started acting at 15 years old when he was first stationed in Germany as an Army dependent. Since then, he has been awarded the 2015 Best Military Performance in a Play for his performance in "12 Angry Men," as part of the Topper awards. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Devin Boyer) The show must go on
Butterflies begin to invade their stomachs as they step foot on the battered floor. The smell of painted wood fills their nose and the heat of the spotlight touches their skin like a tanning bed. A geyser of adrenaline shoots through their body increasing their heart rate to an all-time high. The show is about to start and the actors and actresses can’t help but feel nervous, except for one individual among them.
0 10/04
2017
Staff Sgt. Rob Lummus, 15th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, helps medical professionals from Health and Human Services load baggage on a flight from Dulles International Airport, Washington D.C., to Orlando, Florida, Sept. 9. The mission supported HHS as they coordinate the federal medical and public health medical support to the state of Florida. Lummus' first exposure to a C-17 came when he was 17-years old volunteering during Hurricane Katrina. From Katrina to Irma: Airman driven by helping those in need
Rob Lummus was 17 the first time he saw a C-17 Globemaster III. Volunteering with his local church group to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina in 2006, he would watch them land, one after the other, as he worked at a distribution center not far from an airfield.
0 9/20
2017
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