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  • 315th wins Aircrew Excellence Award

    The skillful response and handling of an in-flight crisis by a 315th Airlift Wing crew leads to a national level award. On Aug. 17, 2018, an all Reserve Charleston-based C-17 crew, carrying medical evacuation patients, experienced a cabin pressure malfunction then, successfully completed their mission, despite poor weather conditions and emergency oxygen system malfunctions, earning the 2018 4th Air Force Aircrew Excellence Award.
  • Airman Profile: Master Sgt. Khalilah Oliver

    Master Sgt. Khalilah Oliver, a medical administrator for the Washington Air National Guard’s 194th Medical Group, says she always wanted to join the military.
  • Scobee, Kelly outline vision, mission priorities

    Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, Chief of the Air Force Reserve, and Air Force Reserve Command Chief Ericka Kelly unveiled the new mission, vision and priorities for the Air Force Reserve and Reserve Citizen Airmen in a letter dated Nov. 5:
  • Aircrew, medical Airmen train together at Pacific Lifeline 2018

    Reserve Citizen Airmen with the 624th Aeromedical Staging Squadron here received hands-on practice recently with medical staging and patient transportation at U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Barbers Point as part of Pacific Lifeline 2018.
  • Airmen, Sailors provide no-cost medical services in east central Georgia

    Clinics opened at 8 a.m. and served nearly 300 residents by 4 p.m., with the Warrenton team treating 53 citizens by noon and the Washington clinic having to direct patients to other sites because of the large turnout.
  • East Central Georgia IRT teams arrive

    The East Central Georgia Innovative Readiness Training mission advance team finished up final lodging and clinic site preparation July 8, as the main body of medical, dental and optometry providers and support staff arrived at the central treatment site, in Warrenton, Ga.Providers and staff will offer no-cost services July 11 through 18 from 8 a.m.
  • Always there: Air Force Reserve strengthens a ready medical force

    Balancing military and civilian roles, Air Force Reserve medics enhance Air Force Medical Service capabilities.
  • Burn Center offers new pain management approach for patients

    Doctors at the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston are utilizing a novel method of administering pain medication to burn patients in the burn intensive care unit in hopes to mitigate opioid addiction and other complications associated with burn care.
  • Psychological Health Advocacy Program at Wright-Patt makes getting help easy

    Brittney Snider began performing medical procedures on her dolls as a young child and started volunteering at her local hospital at age 13. “My mom said when I cared for my babies, I used to put band aids and fake IVs in them,” said Snider. “I just liked helping people, caring for people who are sick and seeing them get better. I don’t know, I guess it was my gift, my calling.”
  • Newly designated medical squadron supports multiple geographically separated units

    The 920th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, which officially transitioned from a flight to a squadron Feb. 29, is responsible for delivering medical readiness support for geographically separated units assigned to Joint Base Langley-Eustis.
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