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Special Operations develops ‘Iron Man’ Suit

MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – Tony Stark’s Iron Man suit is cool. But it’s not real. The Tactical Assault Light Operators Suit is cool, too. But it is real and may soon be protecting America’s special operations forces going into harm’s way. The TALOS suit “was chartered to explore and catalyze a revolutionary integration…

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Air Force, Army conduct joint service training

U.S. Air Force and Arizona Army National Guard units conducted joint training at a southern Arizona military training range Jan. 20. A-10C Thunderbolt IIs from the 354th Fighter Squadron, based out of D-M, and a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter from Detachment 1, C Company, 5-159th Air Ambulance, based out of Phoenix, conducted close air support…

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Airman pulls woman from burning vehicle

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — For Tech. Sgt. Justin Mahana, 823rd Maintenance Squadron support section chief, life is about helping those in need. When the 17-year veteran learned a coworker’s truck had broken down two-and-a-half hours away in Lake Havasu, Arizona, he volunteered his truck, trailer and time to help the junior Airman get it back…

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Arizona Air Guard to watch over Super Bowl XLIX

Pilots and F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 162nd Wing’s Aerospace Control Alert Detachment at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base may take to the skies to help protect thousands of spectators at Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona, Feb. 1. Arizona’s Air National Guard is among the units teaming up with the North American Aerospace Defense Command in…

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Adventure in Alaska: Officer looks to mush dogs in Iditarod

TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AFNS) — (This feature is part of the “Through Airmen’s Eyes” series on AF.mil. These stories focus on a single Airman, highlighting their Air Force story.) Snow and trees are all that can be seen for miles while the bitter cold nips at any piece of exposed skin. Maj. Roger…


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AF MiCare now fully implemented

Posted  March 27, 2014

WASHINGTON — The Air Force has recently completed implementation of its secure healthcare-messaging system, MiCare, to all 76 of its medical treatment facilities worldwide. As of March 1, more than 360,000 Air Force healthcare beneficiaries and 2,300 providers have signed up for this service, which allows the patient and provider to communicate on a secure network regarding non-urgent…

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Southern Arizona Rocketry Association to hold Annual Winter Rocket Launch

Posted  March 27, 2014

The Southern Arizona Rocketry Association (SARA) has scheduled its 10th annual winter rocket launch, Desert Heat 2014, for March 29-30 at 3250 N. Reservation Road at the Tucson International Modelplex Park Association. Rockets will be launched 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Sunday. A night launch will…

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April: National Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month

Posted  March 27, 2014

It’s been 40 years since former President Richard Nixon signed the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act. Child abuse is still a major concern and, each year, the month of April is recognized as National Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month, a time to acknowledge the importance of families and communities working together and learning to…

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Colon Cancer screening saves lives through early detection

Posted  March 27, 2014

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill., — Colorectal Cancer, or Colon Cancer, occurs in the colon or rectum. The colon is the large intestine or large bowel and the rectum is the passageway that connects the colon to the anus. Colon Cancer, when discovered early, is highly treatable. Even if it spreads into nearby lymph nodes, surgical treatment…

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Installation driving privileges and suspensions

Posted  March 27, 2014

The 355th Security Forces Squadron would like to ensure the public is aware of an important topic concerning installation driving privileges and how to ensure you keep the right to drive on base. “Part of our job is ensuring the base populace is educated and aware of our base traffic code and in particular, driving…

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Changing the way we inspect

Posted  March 27, 2014

The 355th Fighter Wing became the fifth fighter wing in Air Combat Command to be evaluated under the new unit effectiveness inspection program. A UEI is an inspection that was implemented in August 2013. It combines consolidated unit inspections and operational readiness inspections into one continuous inspection. Prior to this implementation, a wing’s major command…

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D-M Airman lifts to compete

Posted  March 27, 2014

Airman 1st Class Molly Moloney, 355th Fighter Wing general law paralegal, competed in the National Physique Committee Natural Outlaw Competition at the Fox Theater in Tucson, March 15. The NPC Natural Outlaw Competition is for both men and women wanting to compete in body building, figure, fitness, bikini and physique. Moloney decided six months ago…

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Brain Waves to better parenting

Posted  March 27, 2014

Parents learn how to interact with their children on their level during Brain Waves training, here. The purpose of the course is to communicate the mechanics of early childhood development and is designed to help parents make the most of their child’s natural capacity to learn. “This program is targeted towards fathers and to get…

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Auto Hobby Shop saves DLT money on repairs

Posted  March 27, 2014

The 355th Force Support Squadron offers a service to help D-M Airmen and families cut down costly vehicle repairs. The Auto Hobby Shop here offers technical services, auto towing, tune-ups and several of other services at a lower price than local repair shops. The shop offers 13 indoor maintenance lift stalls and five regular stalls,…

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D-M Airmen resuscitate CPR skills

Posted  March 27, 2014

Throughout the year, D-M cardiopulmonary resuscitation instructors host training classes for Airmen and civilian employees who require the certification for various aspects of their jobs, including physical training leaders, deployments and temporary duty stations. CPR is an emergency procedure for manually preserving brain function until further measures are available to restore spontaneous blood circulation and…

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