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Gordon did not stop going to work while going through surgeries and chemotherapy except for the days she had chemotherapy appointments and when she was recovering after surgeries. Airman battles tumor, exemplifies resilience
Staff Sgt. Jennifer Gordon, 20th Security Forces Squadron plans, programs and policy technician, passed all her physical training tests but one. That one test failure while stationed at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, led to the discovery of a tumor in 2014.
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2017
The Air Force has selected 35 active-duty enlisted Airmen for the 2017 Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program. Airmen selected will attend nursing school full-time this fall, allowing them to focus on their education. (U.S. Air Force photo) Enlisted Airmen selected for 2017 nursing program
Almost three dozen active-duty enlisted Airmen have been selected for the 2017 Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program following the April 17-19, 2017, selection board at the Air Force Personnel Center.
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2017
U.S. Air Force Capt. James Dunham, an intensive care ward nurse at Craig Joint Theater Hospital, checks the vitals of a patient at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, May 3, 2017. As a nurse, Dunham is the link between the patient and doctor. They are responsible for ensuring medicine is administered, pain is managed and attending to the patient in any way they can. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Benjamin Gonsier) Care under fire: Nurses provide medical, emotional support for those in need
A doctor’s office can induce feelings of uncertainty and anguish, but those emotions quickly fade away when a warmhearted nurse greets you. Whether the nurse is checking your pulse or taking blood, their hospitality quickly puts patients at ease. In a deployed environment, where stress levels are through the roof, hospitality can mean everything to a patient who is recovering from a gunshot wound or was caught in a roadside bomb blast.
0 5/09
2017
Lt. Reba Z. Whittle was an Air Force flight nurse who served during World War II. She became the only female U.S. military member held prisoner of war in the European Theater.  (Air Force photo) Women's history: Honoring WWII AF flight nurse
During World War II, an American flight nurse was captured, becoming the only female U.S. military member held prisoner of war in the European Theater. Her name was Lt. Reba Z. Whittle.In 1943, Whittle joined the Army Air Forces School of Air Evacuation, where she trained as a flight nurse. It would be just over a year later when Whittle would find
0 3/31
2016
Default Air Force Logo Enlisted commissioning program 'intent to apply' due Feb. 12
Eligible active-duty enlisted Airmen interested in receiving a nursing commission through the Direct Enlisted Commissioning Program have until Feb. 12 to submit an 'intent to apply' to the Air Force Personnel Center.
0 2/08
2016
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