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  • 81st TRW students get their game on

    The Fishbowl inside the Levitow Training Support Facility, which includes a game room, is an area dedicated to providing students an area to enjoy and connect with one another during training amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Commentary: Recharge for resiliency with outdoor recreation

    Outdoor recreation is a resource available to all Airmen at Luke Air Force Base that allows Airmen to participate in organized activities and rent canoes, bikes, motorized boats, trailers, fishing equipment, camping equipment and more.
  • Retired major general virtually congratulates SUPT Class 20-12/13 graduates

    Retired Maj. Gen. Brian Bishop, former commander of Carl A. Spaatz Center for Officer Education, and commandant of Air War College at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, virtually spoke to Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 20-12/13 during their graduation ceremony April 24 at Columbus AFB, Mississippi.
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  • The Key Spouse Program; unlocking family resiliency

    Deployments and temporary assignments do not only affect military members. Spouses get left behind and can often feel isolated and lost. Having to deal with the daily grind of everyday life alone can become a daunting task. That is where the 97th Air Mobility Wing’s Key Spouse Program comes in. The role of the Key Spouse Program is to assist the spouses of military members through communicating, relaying information, and providing referrals to necessary support agencies. Currently, there are approximately 52 key spouses assigned to commanders across the wing. These key spouse teams are entirely made up of volunteers that report to their respective unit commanders for their vision of their squadron’s program.
  • Triumph over tragedy: Estes shares life-changing story with Sheppard

    Jared Estes, a burn survivor resilience trainer, lost his wife of six months and endured burns that consumed 50% of his body during a fiery crash on March 6, 2005. He now shares his story of triumph over tragedy and encourages people to "fire back" when life's challenges might have them down.
  • Boyd's rite of passage, history as greatest instrument of learning

    A respected researcher and writer of history, Gary W. Boyd, the command historian of Air Education and Training Command, has lived through several significant periods of history—all of which he believes has determined our present and shapes our future.
  • 81st TRW students get their game on

    The Fishbowl inside the Levitow Training Support Facility, which includes a game room, is an area dedicated to providing students an area to enjoy and connect with one another during training amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Commentary: Recharge for resiliency with outdoor recreation

    Outdoor recreation is a resource available to all Airmen at Luke Air Force Base that allows Airmen to participate in organized activities and rent canoes, bikes, motorized boats, trailers, fishing equipment, camping equipment and more.
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