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  • Columbus | Spartans Rising

    Black Flag heat conditions, low visibility and breaks in communication were just a few challenges six 14th Civil Engineering squadron Spartan Firefighters overcame to complete their Hazardous Material Technician certifications at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi July 27, 2023.

  • Goodfellow | Embracing Identity and Service

    In May of 2018, trainees Shatora Dunkin and Telisa Moye met during Basic Military Training at Joint Base San Antonio- Lackland. Now, Staff Sgt. Dunkin and her wife, Moye-Dunkin have relocated to Goodfellow where Dunkin, recently, began instructing at the Louis F. Garland Department of Defense Fire

  • Maxwell | Inside the 908th: Fire Protection

    Being responsible for lives and mitigating tasks in a chaotic environment can put the average person in distress. However, the 908th Airlift Wing doesn't seek out average. If you possess a stellar attitude paired with a desire to serve and protect, then you should consider becoming a Fire

  • Goodfellow | Patching bases together with suicide prevention

    Suicide prevention has been and continues to be a strong area of focus for leaders across the Air Force and the other service branches. It is an issue that likely has impacted nearly every career field in the military, including fire emergency services.

  • JBSA firefighters conduct emergency egress exercise

    Firefighters from the 902nd Civil Engineer Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland conducted an emergency response egress exercise Aug. 19, 2022, testing their abilities from the initial call and response, to arriving on scene and rescuing the pilot.

  • Luke | Firefighters gain critical skills in Arizona

    Firefighters assigned to the Oregon Air National Guard’s 142nd Wing, Portland Air National Guard Base (PANG), trained with firefighters from Luke Air Force Base, Arizona to accomplish their annual training from August 5 to August 19, 2022. During their two weeks of training, the team trained on live