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Spouses of the 721st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron attend a New Parent Support Group meeting. 721st AMXS: Taking care of Airmen, families takes care of the mission
For the “Mission Movers” at the 721st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, the work can be tiring. As the busiest of the 521st Air Mobility Wing’s en-route maintenance units, the Airmen often work hours upon hours to keep the mission moving.
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Staff Sgt. Martha Otto, a former South-Sudanese refugee, holds a photo of her nephew and nieces, whom, like Otto years ago, fled their civil war-torn country of South Sudan in search of safety from Joseph Kony’s Lord Resistance Army. The 86th Logistics Readiness Squadron training manager recently financially assisted her family out of a North Ugandan refugee camp and into boarding school and is passionate about sharing her story to help others. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nesha Humes) The beaten path: An Airman’s 381-mile walk for refuge (Part II)
In Part II of her story, Otto, a former Sudanese refugee, concludes her perilous journey of courage, ambition and perseverance which has paved her way to become part of our U.S. Air Force, today.
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(Courtesy Photo) Military members race for PTSD, suicide awareness
After returning from a 2014 deployment, Staff Sgt. Aaron Nagy, U.S. Air Forces in Europe Air Ground Operations School Joint Terminal Attack Controller instructor, began looking for a hobby--an outlet to relieve stresses of the deployment-- so he bought a four-wheeler. What he didn’t expect to find was a group of like-minded veterans who found that racing was a healthy way to relieve the symptoms of post-traumatic stress.
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Senior Airman Anthony Oldham, 37th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, prepares Soldiers to jump from a C-130J Hercules over the skies of Germany, Sept. 21, 2016. Oldham saved the life of a local civilian while on temporary assignment to Poland by pinching off the man’s jugular vein, Oct. 17, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nesha Humes) Loadmaster acts on instinct, saves man’s life
As a child, he didn’t know those long walks with his father would one day save a man’s life.Senior Airman Anthony Oldham, 37th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, used the lessons his father taught him while on temporary assignment to Poland.Oldham’s father was an Air Force Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape instructor. Growing up, he shared some
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Default Air Force Logo Being a better sponsor
Imagine arriving in a foreign country for the first time to start the next leg of your military career. Not only is the long flight exhausting, but carrying multiple bags, maybe children and pets and trying to figure out the next step can become extremely stressful.
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