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  • Ready Eagle: The foundation of Scott AFB medical response

    Last month members of the 375th Medical Group participated in exercise Ready Eagle here to help further develop their medical preparedness.
  • Aerospace Physiology: Training the early warning system

    The 20th Operations Support Squadron aerospace physiology specialists have capitalized on the body’s early warning system, and have used it to further train pilots and aircrew.
  • DAF COVID-19 military vaccination deadlines approaches

    Any active-component Airman or Guardian who has refused to obtain a qualifying vaccine by Nov. 2 and has not received, or, is not in the process of seeking, a medical exemption or religious accommodation will be in violation of a lawful order and subject to discipline under Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Resources available for Airmen seeking anxiety, depression, burnout

    Resources are available to support team members across the command in managing anxiety, mental health, burnout and more.
  • It takes a team to provide excellent care

    Wright-Patterson Medical Center will celebrate National Pharmacy Week on Oct. 18-22 to acknowledge the invaluable contributions pharmacists and technicians make to patient care in hospitals, outpatient clinics and other health care settings.
  • Frozen blood - JBER hosts mobile blood course

    Alaska - Blood is important, and freezing blood is a vital life saving capability.
  • 18th AES Airmen save life

    An hour into their flight, a group of 18th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron members responded to an overhead message calling for medical assistance where they then provided aid to a passenger, which potentially saved his life.
  • Academy prep school commander stays ‘Husky Strong’ in battle with cancer

    Melissa Youderian cried when she donated her long hair to Locks of Love, a nonprofit for children suffering hair loss, after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer. “Though it was a deliberate decision and I thought it would be uplifting to donate my hair before the treatment took it, I had tears running down my face the entire haircut,” she said. “It was one of those ‘this is actually happening’ moments.”
  • American Woman

    Lt. Col. Lisa Guzman, 374th Medical Support Squadron commander, teared up as she recalled the celebration her Wingmen planned when she finally became a U.S. citizen.
  • USECAF receives insight into COVID-19 vaccinations at Reserve wing

    Under Secretary of the Air Force Gina Ortiz Jones visited the 433rd Airlift Wing here to meet with Reserve Citizen Airmen leaders on mandatory COVID-19 vaccination efforts, Oct. 2, 2021.
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