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The Chaplain’s Corner

Posted April 19, 2013 by Senior Airman Sarah Dyroff

The blooms of Spring have finally made their grand appearance, so why not take a moment to go outside, enjoy the vibrant sights and breathe the sweet fragrances in the air. Each season has its own special meaning and spring reminds me of two: life and hope. A few weeks earlier, two major religious holidays…

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Candid Comments: “Same Sex Benefits”

Posted August 16, 2013 by

What is your opinion on the DOD announcing its plan to extend benefits to same-sex spouses of uniformed service members and will any issues arise from this decision? Chief Master Sgt. Tina Dunneback Unit” 452nd Logistics Readiness Squadron Job: Superintendent Hometown: Orange, Calif. “I think this is ok, since the military has chosen to allow same-sex marriages; all should…

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We are all YOU-nique!

Posted March 21, 2014 by Staff Sgt. Alexis Boyd

My mom is a fabulous artist. She creates such absolutely beautiful paintings and drawings. One of my favorite sketches of hers is a rose that she quickly just threw together on paper. In what seemed like a matter of seconds, she created this gorgeous rose that I couldn’t have drawn if my life depended on…

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Lacing up: Finding your ‘WooHoo’ moment

Posted October 17, 2014 by Col. Beena N. Maharaj

What started out as a quest to maintain military fitness, turned into a passion and is now a way of daily life for me. I struggled with my first Fit to Fight test, barely squeaking by. Now years later, I have improved in all measured areas of the F2F test.

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Stuck between a rock and a hard place

Posted June 1, 2012 by by Capt Ashley P.W. Norris

We had digital and hard copy maps, detailed driving and hiking directions, two GPS devices, two compasses, four cell phones, three camelbacks, walking sticks, two first aid kits, two handguns, sunscreen, lunch, snacks and a cooler full of extra drinks and ice. Despite all of our preparations, we were still confronted with a situation where…

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Hometown Airman Attends 9/11 Remembrance at Elementary School

Posted September 14, 2012 by by Airman 1st Class Christian Bojorquez

Remembering back to that fateful day in 2001, I came to know that morning in September would become a very important day for many, as well as historic. ...

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Happy New Year Airmen!

Posted January 11, 2013 by by General Mark A. Welsh III

To those of you who spent the holidays deployed, thank you and I’m sorry you weren’t home with your families. I know you understand what you are doing is important, but I also know that doesn’t make the separation any easier. In these days where self-serving agendas seem to be on display everywhere we turn,…

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The Chaplain’s Corner

Posted May 17, 2013 by Senior Airman Sarah Dyroff

I’ve noticed in the past month that my mailbox and Facebook account have been flooded with dozens of special event invitations, mainly in the graduation and wedding category. The month of June is particularly jam-packed, sometimes with two different occasions marked on the same day.Now, if you’re like me, your first reaction to such events…

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Chaplain’s Corner

Posted October 18, 2013 by Senior Airman Sarah Dyroff

Sometimes it seems that the world around us is spinning out of control. We read about various chaotic events happening everywhere, both abroad and in our own neighborhoods. Some of these events come in the form of natural disasters, human violence, or economic collapse. Most of us have experienced at least one form of these…

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National Safety Month: Preventing vehicle-induced heatstroke deaths

Posted June 20, 2014 by

Just because a car isn’t moving doesn’t mean it’s not dangerous. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, in 2013, 43 children died from heatstroke inside vehicles – one of the deadliest years to date. These tragedies can happen to anyone, but are preventable with the proper education and action. This National Safety Month, the National Safety…

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