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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Bradley Gallik, 312th Training Squadron student, poses for a photo at the Brandenberg Hall on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, June 5, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Devin Boyer/Released) Goodfellow 17th Training Wing student spotlight
Airman 1st Class Brad Gallik, 312th Training Squadron student, is the newest 17th Training Group student of the month spotlight, a series highlighting Team Goodfellow members.Airman 1st Class Devin Boyer, 17th Training Wing Public Affairs photojournalist: What led you to join the Air Force?Gallik: I joined the Air National Guard so I could become a
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2015
U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Anthony J. Soupley, 312th Training Squadron Special Instruments superintendent, salutes the casket of Airman 1st Class Chris Evans, 312th Training Squadron Special Instruments student, at the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta, Ga., December 18, 2014. Soupley escorted Evans to his home in California, where he was buried. (Courtesy photo) Never leave an Airman behind
“It happened pretty fast,” said Master Sgt. Anthony J. Soupley, 312th TRS Special Instruments superintendent. “He started saying he didn’t feel good, so we sent him to sick call. They thought it looked like a virus and thought it best to let it run its course.”Airman 1st Class Chris Evans, 312th Training Squadron Special Instruments student, joined
0 6/03
2015
An activity can create multiple types of distraction. For example, using a hand-held mobile phone while driving creates a biomechanical, auditory and cognitive distraction. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Michael Smith) Week 3 Driver Distractions
Drivers sometimes carry out a distracting activity without realizing the extra risk it causes.An activity can create multiple types of distraction. For example, using a hand-held mobile phone while driving creates a biomechanical, auditory and cognitive distraction.Eating or changing a CD are examples of activities that drivers may do
0 4/17
2015
An activity can create multiple types of distraction. For example, using a hand-held mobile phone while driving creates a biomechanical, auditory and cognitive distraction. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Michael Smith) Week 3 Driver Distractions
Drivers sometimes carry out a distracting activity without realizing the extra risk it causes.An activity can create multiple types of distraction. For example, using a hand-held mobile phone while driving creates a biomechanical, auditory and cognitive distraction.Eating or changing a CD are examples of activities that drivers may do
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2015
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas-- From doing a task the first time to something done consistently for years, thinking through it and working around risks is possible, but when alcohol is added, the outcome could turn into something altogether different. (U.S. Air Force illustration/Airman 1st Class Michael Smith) What does alcohol mean to you?
What is alcohol?  For some, it is the cornerstone of a good weekend or an occasional indulgence attached to special occasions and holidays. However, for some, alcohol is a problem-causing beverage linked to negative memories or used as a coping strategy.It is interesting how a single substance can produce different responses for everyone. Since
0 4/14
2015
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas-- From doing a task the first time to something done consistently for years, thinking through it and working around risks is possible, but when alcohol is added, the outcome could turn into something altogether different. (U.S. Air Force illustration/Airman 1st Class Michael Smith) What does alcohol mean to you?
What is alcohol? For some, it is the cornerstone of a good weekend or an occasional indulgence attached to special occasions and holidays. However, for some, alcohol is a problem-causing beverage linked to negative memories or used as a coping strategy.It is interesting how a single substance can produce different responses for everyone. Since
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2015
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas--Senior Airmen Angelo Mykael Cabuang, 17th Contracting Squadron contract specialist, discusses the details of an acquisition package with a customer Apr. 1. He ensures all documentation in the contract is correct with the customer before it proceeds to the contracting officer. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Joseph Mather) Achieving the dream
Being born in the United States grants special privileges, privileges many Americans take for granted each and every day. These privileges give the freedom to go achieve dreams no matter what they are, and give rights that grant protection under the U.S. Constitution.America has a long history of welcoming people from around the world. In fiscal
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2015
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas--Senior Airmen Angelo Mykael Cabuang, 17th Contracting Squadron contract specialist, discusses the details of an acquisition package with a customer Apr. 1. He ensures all documentation in the contract is correct with the customer before it proceeds to the contracting officer. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Joseph Mather) Achieving the dream
Being born in the United States grants special privileges, privileges many Americans take for granted each and every day. These privileges give the freedom to go achieve dreams no matter what they are, and give rights that grant protection under the U.S. Constitution.America has a long history of welcoming people from around the world. In fiscal
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2015
Knowing the difference between a “watch” and a “warning” can made a big difference during tornado season in Oklahoma. (Photo courtesy of NOAA Photo Library) Tornado safety and preparedness
Tornadoes are nature's most violent storms. Spawned from powerful thunderstorms, they can cause fatalities and devastate a neighborhood in seconds.Now that summer is here, that also means tornado season has begun. Here are some precautions for the upcoming season:Preparing for a tornado· Build an emergency kit including food, water, medications,
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2015
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Master Sgt. Amy C. Dotson, 316th Training Squadron instructor, teaches her last Air Force intelligence class at the 316th Training Squadron March 9.  After 14 years as an Arabic linguist, Dotson is medically retiring from the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Austin Knox) Air Force supports one of it's own
Fourteen and a half years ago, Amy C. Holman enlisted in the Air Force with the goal of finishing school and possibly incorporating a foreign language while in her Air Force career.Her choice of making the Air Force a lasting career was cut short though, when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.She is now Master Sgt. Dotson, 316th Training
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2015
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