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  • Air Force's ISR assistant deputy chief of staff visits Goodfellow

    Maj. Gen. Peter Lambert, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, visited Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, Feb. 13, 2020, to see training first-hand.
  • Care beyond duty

    Airmen all over the world suffer from both visible and invisible wounds that may not always be recognized by their wingmen, and the Air Force Wounded Warrior program is available to those who need help.
  • Inspiring through murals at BMT

    Trainees with the 321st Training Squadron volunteered to paint a series of murals through the unit. The project started July 4, 2017, with the American flag painted across the hallway of several classrooms. It took about 2 ½ months and about 12 gallons of paint.
  • MacAulay talks about the power of ‘engaged presence’

    In one minute, anyone can perform an exercise challenging enough to stump even the strongest individuals; the mental push-up. Lt. Col. Jannell MacAulay, 58th Special Operations Wing director of human performance and leadership, has been visiting military bases across the U.S. to speak about the benefits emerging from mental training, commonly known as mindfulness.
  • Unique rehab center gets injured Airmen back on duty

    Not long after receiving innovative care for serious combat-related injuries, 2nd Lt. Marc Esposito gave his future wife a tour of the unique rehabilitation center that helped the Air Force special operator get back to jumping out of planes. The state-of-the-art setting cast with advanced technology inside the Center for the Intrepid at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, impressed Elizabeth Russell Esposito so much that she took a job there.
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