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  • Luke Public Health team maintains Airmen medical readiness

    A variety of factors can hinder Airmen from successfully completing the mission or deploying, whether it be sickness, poor eating and sleeping habits or unfamiliarity with the job. Airmen in the 56th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron Public Health unit help mitigate those factors, thus ensuring safety of the community and ensuring Airmen are ready to deploy.
  • Bioenvironmental Engineering Airmen are ‘jack of all trades’

    Bioenvironmental Engineering Airmen help the wing’s mission by inspecting occupational and environmental conditions to ensure Airmen have a safe working environment.
  • Bioenvironmental paves way for radiological operations

    The 19th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron Bioenvironmental Flight led the way during November’s ROCKI 20-01, a multiple-phase full spectrum readiness exercise, by providing essential information to commanders about the effects chemical and radiological hazards have on Airmen.
  • 4th Medical Group undergoes restructure; streamlines health care services

    Beginning Oct. 7, the 4th Medical Group at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base will start reorganizing health care services offered at the clinic. In this new medical services model, an Operational Medicine Readiness Squadron and a Health Care Operations Squadron are being created, with roles aimed at increasing the timeliness of the care given to patients at Team Seymour based on their beneficiary’s status.
  • The mountain’s medical team

    When you wake up on a work day and you’re not feeling too great, it’s pretty easy to walk into the base military treatment facility to get yourself taken care of. However, when you hold a position that puts you at a minimum of 30 minutes away from an MTF, that can provide a bit of a challenge. Tech. Sgt. Jerrica Wild, 21st Operational Medical Readiness Squadron independent duty medical technician, and her coworkers ensure medical care isn’t an issue for the military service members and civilians located at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, Colorado.
  • 2nd MDG deactivate and re-designate squadrons

    The 2nd Medical Group held a deactivation ceremony and re-designation ceremonies on September 18. The official ceremony included deactivation of the 2nd Dental Squadron, re-designation of the 2nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron and the 2nd Medical Operations Squadron as the 2nd Operational Medical Readiness Squadron and the 2nd Health Care Operations Squadron respectively.
  • 355 MDG conducts reorganization ceremony

    The 355th Medical Group performed a reorganization ceremony at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, August 29.
  • 27th Special Operations Medical Group redesignates two squadrons

    The 27th Special Operations Medical Group redesignated the 27th Special Operations Aerospace Medicine Squadron to the 27th Special Operations Operational Medical Readiness Squadron and the 27th Special Operations Medical Operations Squadron to the 27th Special Operations Health Care Operational Squadron during a ceremony August 29, at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M.
  • 30th MDG reforms medical structure

    The 30th Medical Group officially stood up two new health care squadrons during a re-designation ceremony at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif, Aug. 23.
  • Med group squadrons begin new chapters after redesignation

    A new chapter began for two 82nd Medical Group units here Aug. 26, 2019, when the 82nd Aerospace Medicine and 82nd Medical Operation squadrons were redesignated as part of the most rapid and systemic transformation of the Air Force Medical Service in its 70-year history.
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