• Former nurse shares Operation Babylift experience

    Operation Babylift flight nurse, retired Col. Regina Aune, spoke virtually to 96th Medical Group personnel during a discussion panel, May 9, 2022. The panel was part of the 96 MDG’s opening ceremonies to Nurse Tech Week.

  • Eglin medics among heroes of Operation Allies Welcome

    “We could not be prouder of their efforts,” acknowledged Brig. Gen. Michael B. Lalor, deputy commanding general of Task Force Eagle about the assembly of military, civilian and contract workers here supporting Operation Allies Welcome.

  • Intrepid Spirit Center opens at Eglin

    The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund kicked off its Eglin Heroes Week virtual event to celebrate the official opening of the Intrepid Spirit Center, Aug. 24.Eglin’s ISC, the first on an Air Force base, is a treatment center dedicated to post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, associated pain

  • Deployed medics restructure mission to support pandemic response

    A 96th Medical Group surgical team deployed to Niger, Africa, found itself with a challenge as a result of COVID-19. The challenge reinforced the need to remain agile and adjust to prepare for a range of circumstances faced on the African continent.

  • Medical Group establishes drive-through health screening

    The 96th Medical Group recently established a new drive-through screening process to combat the spread of COVID-19. The process keeps patients potentially infected with COVID-19 separated from other patients using the hospital.The drive-through health screening process provides a car-side assessment

  • Saving Lives

    Many Americans choose to donate blood, platelets, and more all around the country every day. One Nomad decided to go above and beyond to help a total stranger.Maj. Matt Tucker, 33rd Fighter Wing F-35A pilot, recently received a call that changed his life and the life of a man he had never met.

  • Hurricane Michael

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jessica Ewens, a 96th Aeromedical Squadron independent duty medical technician out of Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, provides medical care to a patient inside a mobile medical clinic at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Oct. 17, 2018. Support personnel from Tyndall and other

  • Eglin pathology lab probes for answers

    On any given day, the pathology and histology lab professionals at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, handle about 125 patient specimens from livers, prostates to tonsils. They evaluate, prepare and transform tissue onto microscope slides studied by pathologists. These doctors study tissues to make a

  • Eglin hospital delivers unprecedented, complete cardiac care

    The doctor leaned in and described to Robert Hyde what he might feel during his medical procedure. Shortly thereafter, she made a small incision to his inner thigh area. During the half-hour process, the surgical team watched the large, live-view X-ray machine as the doctor guided a long, thin,