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A painting of U.S. Army Air Corps. 1st Lt. Jack Mathis, 359 Bombardment Squadron, along with brother 1st Lt. Mark Mathis, 359 Bombardment Squadron, hangs in the San Angelo Regional Air Port terminal, also known as Mathis Field, in dedication to their service. Jack, a Medal of Honor recipient, was raised in San Angelo, Texas and trained at Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, and was honored for his services by having the Mathis Fitness Center on Goodfellow named after him. Recognizing the history in a name – Mathis Fitness Center
With a monthly average of 21,244 patrons, it is easy to say the Mathis Fitness Center is well known, but do people know where it got its name? The Mathis Fitness Center was built on nearly the same spot as the original base gym, which it replaces, and was named after Medal of Honor recipient Army Air Corps 1st Lt. Jack Mathis, 359 Bombardment
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2018
U.S. Air Force Airman Tiffany Snyder, 17th Training Wing Chapel chaplain assistant, works at Taylor Chapel on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, April 25, 2018. Snyder is from one of the first classes of Airmen to graduate tech school as a chaplain assistant. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Seraiah Hines/Released) Goodfellow welcomes one of the first pipe line chaplain assistants
Before Tiffany Snyder joined the Air Force in 2017, she had no idea she would be one of the first 12 individuals to become a chaplain assistant straight out of training. “When I was at basic training they gave us the list of jobs that were available that week,” said Airman Tiffany Snyder, 17th Training Wing Chapel chaplain assistant. “They told us
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2018
Over view of the Hanoi prison camp, nicknamed the Hanoi Hilton. (Courtesy photo.) Ellis’ stay at the Hilton
On Feb. 15, Col. Leon F. “Lee” Ellis, visited the Goodfellow Air Force Base Theater, sharing his story with the audience, using experience as a prisoner of war as a reflection of leadership through hardship. Born and raised in Georgia, Ellis commissioned into the Air Force through Reserve Officers’ Training Corps at the University of Georgia in
0 3/07
2018
U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Kenneth Stremmel, 315th Training Squadron commander, presents the Purple Heart certificate to 2nd Lt. Daniel Hipps, 315th TRS trainee, with Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 740 Commander, Chris Doggett during, the 315th graduation ceremony in the Base Theater on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, Jan. 31, 2018. Hipps, received the Purple Heart for injuries he received while on deployment in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Randall Moose/Released) Goodfellow Airman receives Purple Heart
2nd Lt. Daniel Hipps, 315th Training Squadron trainee, received the Purple Heart at the Base Theater on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Jan. 31.
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2018
Goodfellow’s new Commissary Officer, Edith Dowtin, stands in the produce section at the Commissary on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, Jan. 10, 2018. Downtin’s goals as the new Commissary Officer are to provide customers with healthy alternatives according to their dietary needs and assist with promoting the Commissary’s brand products. Goodfellow's new Commissary officer
Sometimes when people think about the Commissary, they think about the food and not the people who work behind the scenes. One individual determined to make a positive impact behind the scenes is the new Goodfellow Commissary Officer, Edith Dowtin.
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2018
This photograph shows a mobile radio goniometric tractor near Verdun.  These vehicles conducted radio direction finding against enemy radio transmissions. A century of Army cryptology and signals intelligence
The years 2017 and 2018 mark the centennial for U. S. Army involvement in World War I. They also commemorate 100 years of ground-based signals intelligence collection and the use of cryptology to support major combat operations.
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2018
Courtesy photo of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, provided by Aryn Lockhart. Honoring the man not the day
The third Monday of January observes Martin Luther King Jr. Day, an annual holiday celebrated since 1986 and while it means a day off for most, it especially highlights the life of the man himself.
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2018
U.S. Air Force Col. Alejandro Ganster, 17th Training Group commander, presents a 20 year recognition certificate to Ronald Hoelle, 312th Training Squadron training developer, at Goodfellow Air Force Base, Dec. 7, 2017. Hoelle has been working with the 17th TRG for the entirety of his career as a civilian. (U.S. Air Force photo by Russell Stewart/Released) Ronald Hoelle is recognized for 40 years of government service
 To celebrate his 20 years of government service, Ronald Hoelle’s coworkers and wife surprised him with a ceremony and breakfast with Col. Alejandro Ganster, 17th Training Group commander, presenting his service pin on Dec. 7 at the Louis F. Garland Department of Defense Fire Academy, Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas.Before serving 20 years as a
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2017
U.S. Air Force 2nd  Lt. Dominque M. Smith-Bryant, a 315th student, logs into the Project Maven website to label objects through the program Nov. 21, 2017. As a student waiting to start class she uses some of her time to help the base team earn rewards in the Project Maven website. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Seraiah Hines/Released) Goodfellow participates in training AI
At the beginning of November, Goodfellow started participating in Project Maven, a program created by the Secretary of Defense with the intent of helping artificial intelligence learn. By creating a profile, any military service member, or individual working for the Department of Defense, can help the program learn by labeling imagery and video, helping it distinguish particulars.
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2017
U.S. Air Force Capt.  Elizabeth Guidara , 315th Training Squadron student, demonstrates combative techniques on U.S. Air Force Capt. Justin Arbogast, 315th Training Squadron student, during her course at the local women’s shelter San Angelo, TX, Oct 21, 2017. Guidara initiated the program to teach women skills and techniques against physical intimidation. Goodfellow members empower women against violence
It is a common misconception that domestic violence happens to ‘other’ people. According to the Cosmopolitan article, “14 Misconceptions about domestic violence,” other pervasive misconceptions include the idea that abuse is a private matter and the women who stay are weak-willed.
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2017
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