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  • Airlifter of the Week: His door's always open

    For U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Marcus Bias, 86th Airlift Wing Equal Opportunity specialist, finding common ground between coworkers is something he’s loved doing since he was young. Helping others has been beneficial for the Air Force and for himself.

  • Ramstein first sergeant embodies “Spirit of Hope”

    For his efforts and dedication to bringing hope to service members, one 86th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Airman won the “Spirit of Hope” award during a ceremony presided over by Deputy Defense Secretary David L. Norquist.U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Jorge L. Arce, 86th AMXS first sergeant, received

  • From chaos to composure

    Staff Sgt. Joseph Everett was spending time in Amsterdam with his girlfriend when a man tried to pick a fight with him. Instead of bringing the man to the ground, the four-year Jiu Jitsu athlete calmly diffused the situation by reacting in a non-aggressive manner.“Five years ago I would have fought

  • Afraid to be the same: a story of resiliency

    Every morning, Airmen pull into a parking lot and make their way through the door, greeting coworkers as they walk in to begin their day. Some laughing, some not altogether awake without their morning coffee. But, parked in the back corner of the lot there may be an Airman who is wide awake with