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  • Researchers study factors influencing Airmen’s tobacco use during technical training

    The Air Force strictly regulates tobacco use during basic and technical training, but some Airmen still use it. Air Force researchers are working with the University of Virginia to uncover why Airmen use tobacco.
  • CCATT flight makes three point turn

    The 59th Medical Wing executed three aeromedical transport missions back to back, departing Joint Base San Antonio July 19, 2018, making coast to coast stops, before returning home two days later.
  • Health promotions coordinator helps Airmen, civilians meet fitness needs

    On any given day, Aracelis Gonzalez-Anderson can be seen around Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph attending to duties such as consulting with the commissary manager about healthy items offered at the facility and conducting body fat analyses.
  • EMS team gives baby a second chance at life

    Being ready for any medical emergency is what the EMS team is trained to do and every time they put on their uniform they are ready to handle any medical emergency. A baby boy named Isaiah now has a second chance at life thanks to the group of Airmen at the Wilford Hall Urgent Care Center waiting for the next call for help to come in.
  • Air Force Medical Service seeks hero’s name for tech school dorm

    The Air Force Medical Service is seeking help from warrior medics to name the Air Force dormitory at the Medical Education and Training Campus on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston after an AFMS enlisted hero. Nominations are due by July 1, 2016.
  • Gateway team takes innovation training to SAMMC

    With a proven track record and increasing demand for its services, the 59th Medical Wing Gateway Innovation Center deployed its mobile training team to the San Antonio Military Medical Center at nearby Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston April 25–29.
  • 59th MDW ECMO team: Delivering life-saving medical care across the globe

    The nature of military operations dictates the need for immediate, professional health care, available globally at a moment’s notice. Sometimes that needed care is more extreme, and the 59th Medical Wing’s Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation team is ready.
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