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  • AFSC bases continue advances to support pregnant, nursing Airmen

    Efforts to expand support of working mothers across Air Force Sustainment Center bases continue, including access to lactation rooms and pods, reclassification of wireless breast pumps to allow entrance into secure areas and easy access to maternity uniforms.

  • Airman advocates for neurodiversity in military

    A passenger-filled sedan rolled violently against a dirt median, abruptly halted on its roof and blocked oncoming traffic on the interstate. Master Sgt. Shale Norwitz’s duty to protect and serve took precedence.

  • 78th Medical Group programs win top honors

    Lightning struck twice for the 78th Medical Group at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. The group received the United States Air Force Surgeon General Award for Clinic of the year and USAF Best Ambulatory Clinic Patient Safety Program for 2020.

  • Ready to respond: 78th SFS member takes prompt action to save man’s life

    Tech. Sgt. Scott Brakefield and his wife had recently moved to Middle Georgia from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, when a leisurely shopping trip turned into a life-saving event.Brakefield, who joined the 78th Security Forces Squadron in early January, had both hands full of shopping bags

  • 78th MDG squadrons reform to focus on readiness, efficiency

    The 78th Aerospace Medicine Squadron and the 78th Medical Operations Squadron were redesignated to the 78th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron and 78th Health Care Operations Squadron, respectively, Aug. 1, 2019, by order of the Secretary of the Air Force. They underwent a redesignation ceremony

  • Hill Airman reunites with sibling during deployment

    There is a period of time at the end of one’s deployment typically called a ’change-over,’ where service members exiting the deployed area of responsibility spend time to train their replacements on day-to-day operations.During this time, it is not uncommon to reunite with old friends, classmates,