Base makes strides toward awareness

Building awareness of the impact that sexual assault has on victims, survivors and their families is an important issue for the U.S. Air Force...

T-Plus patients benefit from civilian network

The 56th Medical Group strives to provide all beneficiaries with the absolute best care, and their health is our number one priority. Due to...

One foot in front of the other

Being one of the Air Force’s new cadre of F-35 Lightning II instructor pilots and pulling multiple G-forces daily puts a toll on one’s...

Satellite pharmacy lobby closes for facelift

The Luke Air Force Base Satellite Pharmacy will undergo renovations June through September requiring the pharmacy lobby to close during the construction. The drive-thru...

Green Dot: Take small steps to prevent violence

Luke Air Force Base will begin Phase II of Green Dot’s strategy to prevent interpersonal violence starting this month. “Green Dot is a civilian initiative...

AF family shares experience with child’s autism

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Four-year-old Dawson Stock loves music and instruments; his mother says he is obsessed with the violin. He knows the alphabet...

Help offered for state of mind

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Nearly one in five adults, or 43 million Americans, has a diagnosable mental disorder, according to the National Institute of...

Civic leaders lean in …

Senior Airman James HensleyMembers of the World President’s Group listen to different heartbeats through stethoscopes during a facilities tour April 21 at Luke...

Secrets of the heart …

Airman 1st Class Pedro MotaSenior Airman Ashley Cooper, 56th Medical Operations Squadroncardiopulmonary technician, runs an electric cardiogram on Master Sgt.Percel Crudup, 56th MDOS...

April is National Alcohol Awareness Month

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism estimates that in 2010, alcohol misuse problems cost the United States $249.0 billion dollars. TRICARE covers...

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