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Category: Biomedical Corps (Services)
  • AFMS recognizes Biomedical Sciences Corps Week

    The Air Force is recognizing the achievements of the men and women who comprise the Biomedical Sciences Corps by designating Jan. 28 through Feb. 1, 2019, as BSC Week.
  • Eglin medical Airmen win emergency medic competition for the second year

    A team of medical technicians from the 96th Medical Group won the Emergency Medical Technician Rodeo at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico for the second consecutive year.
  • 59th Medical Wing airman named Outstanding Airman of the Year

    Senior Airman Nicole Moore, 59th Medical Wing medical technician, was recognized as one of the Air Force 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year for 2017, July 7th, 2017. An Air Force selection board at the Air Force Personnel Center considered 36 nominees who represented major commands, direct reporting units, field operating agencies and Headquarters Air Force. The board selected the final 12 Airmen based on superior leadership, job performance and personal achievements.
  • Air Force selects 2,311 Biomedical Science Corps line officers for promotion

    The Air Force has selected 2,311 active-duty officers for promotion to colonel, lieutenant colonel and major during the 2017B Colonel and Lieutenant Colonel Biomedical Sciences Corps and Major Line of the Air Force and Biomedical Sciences Corps central selection boards.
  • BSC celebrates mission, keeps Team Offutt fit to fight

    Members of the Air Force’s Biomedical Sciences Corps were recognized during an appreciation week held January 23-27. The annual event recognizes the contributions of the BSC that includes 2,400 medical officers across the Air Force.At Offutt, nearly 30 officers work in the BSC under the command of the 55th Medical Group. They provide clinical
  • Air Force Medical Service celebrates 67th birthday

    The Air Force Medical Service will celebrate its 67th anniversary on July 1, after being established in 1949.In September 1947, the combat elements of the Army Air Forces separated from the United States Army, forming the U.S. Air Force. A few Air Force support functions, such as medical care, remained responsibilities of the Army for the next two
  • Enlisted medic to blast off to nuclear missile operations

    When the job gets done, most folks can breathe a sigh of relief and head home to unwind after a hard day’s work. For others, it means mustering up energy to start their second job: schoolwork. For one Mighty Ninety medic, the extra effort has paid off.Staff Sgt. Alex Larson, 90th Medical Operations Squadron flight and operations medicine
  • AFRL research psychologist wins award, SECAF presents

    A research psychologist from the 711th Human Performance Wing here received the 2015 Harold Brown Award from Secretary of the Air Force Deborah James during a ceremony June 6.Dr. Lisa Tripp, in the Airman Systems' Continuous Learning Branch, received the award for her efforts in creating innovative and cost-saving training methods and platforms for
  • Keeping the mission going, one prescription at a time

    When you think of what a pharmacist does, you somehow envision them sitting on a chair, systematically counting out little white pills, until they have reached the correct amount to fill the bottle.Following is the meet and greet at the customer service window and a briefing on your medication. Might not seem too exciting, right?If you were talking