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  • Why I stay: Chief Master Sgt. Carlos F. Damian

    Chief Master Sgt. Carlos Francisco Damian currently serves as the command chief for the 37th Training Wing. His journey is a testament to the values of discipline and resilience.

  • Ghoulfellow haunts GAFB

    Goblins, ghouls and princesses took to the streets searching for tricks and treats during the 17th Force Support Squadron Trunk or Treat hosted at the Louis F. Garland Department of Defense Fire Academy, Goodfellow Air Force Base, Oct. 28.

  • Altus | Airman serves alongside father at AAFB

    The roar of jet engines fills the air as the Mighty 97th’s fleet soars through the clear blue sky. Amidst the chaos, a bond stronger than steel is forged on the ground below. Staff Sgt. Bryson Fry, a ground transporter from the 97th Logistics Readiness Squadron, and his father, Branden Fry, a

  • "The Air Force is my family and my family is the Air Force"

    For some pilots, the dream to fly begins the moment they are born. For 1st Lt. Chad Chapman, 47th Student Squadron T-38 Talon student pilot, it took a little longer for those dreams to make an appearance. “I’m the fourth generation of pilots in my family, but I didn’t always want to become a pilot,”

  • The Commons creates 'dynamic environment' for Airmen, families

    82nd Training Wing and installation Commander Brig. Gen. Lyle K. Drew and the team at the 82nd Force Support Squadron have taken Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr.'s to desire create a dynamic environment to heart as they've taken an uncommon approach to creating a dynamic

  • Taking Family on the Flight Line to a New Level

    The T-6 Texan II launches more than 150 times per day at Laughlin, but Tuesday’s launch was pretty special, as more than 25 maintainers stopped what they were doing to watch a lieutenant take to the skies in a military aircraft for the first time.Tuesday morning, 2nd Lt. Mark Gonzalez, a student