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  • Weather team supports air superiority

    Achieving air superiority is a critical condition for successful Air Force operations, and that’s why it relies on accurate weather forecasters like Senior Master Sgt. Michael Adcock. As the chief of the 375th Operations Support Squadron Weather Flight, he helps train and guide future Airmen for

  • Meet Chief Frizzell -- 375 AMW Command Chief

    “I was 22 years old and just working to work with no real future,” said Chief Master Sgt. Charles “Chuck” Frizzell, 375th Air Mobility Wing command chief. “My girlfriend said, ‘Chuck, I love you, but if you don’t do something with your life, then we are done.’ I was at the Air Force recruiter’s

  • Vandaments ‘adopt’ new way to grow their family

    As Catherine Vandament pulled into the school car-pool lane to drop her daughter for kindergarten, her phone buzzed. The text message read, “She’s in labor, can you get to the hospital?” In that moment, Catherine realized her second child was about to be born.

  • Hawaii native Airman channels love of surfing into skateboard skills

    For Airman 1st Class and Hawaii native, Tiani Ray, surfing is a way for her to connect with nature, and was a way to build self-esteem while growing up. Now she’s thousands of miles away in the middle of the United States serving her country and finding that skateboarding has become the next best

  • Airmen build comradery through powerlifting

    Airmen like Airman 1st Class Samal Bautista, 435th Supply Chain Operations Squadron supply specialist, look to participate in competitions as a way to connect, so when he couldn’t find any being held close to the base, he decided to sponsor one with the help of the fitness center staff and

  • Overcoming domestic violence: A story of resilience

    As a little boy, the Airman watched, terrified, as his father shoved his mother against a wall, screaming in her face. The angry shouts became muffled as he cupped his tiny hands around his ears in an attempt to escape the horror. But, for the longest time, he could not escape it.

  • Phoenix Raven: Rising to the challenge

    As part of a school project, a young man put a message about who he wanted to be one day in a bottle for his older self; a promise to one day become a police officer and help the world any way he could. His path would eventually lead Senior Airman Vincent Kidd to become the 2,573rd graduate of one

  • Students attend STEM camp at Scott

    The society of American Military Engineers hosted their annual STEM Camp in early July for 36 youths from all over the United States and even Guam.