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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas-- Lt. Col. Andrew Cupp,17th Training Group Deputy Commander, Capt. Holly Hoffman, Medical Operations Squadron and Airman 1st Class Melissa Murphy, 17th TRG, pose for a photo during the 2011 Relay for Life. Cupp is fighting stage 4 Metastatic Melanoma, an aggressive form of cancer. (Courtesy photo) Lt. Col. Cupp continues to inspire while in fight for his life
This year's Relay for Life event will mark a meaningful moment for many of us here. The event will bring cancer awareness to the forefront and spotlight many of those who have fought cancer and those who are still fighting. The keynote speaker this year is Lt. Col. Andrew "Dixie" Cupp,17th Training Group Deputy Group Commander, a warrior fighting
0 5/09
2012
Default Air Force Logo Near miss stories - Please drive defensively
A couple of recent near misses experienced by someone in the safety office and a motorcycle rider who works on base:Near Miss 1:I was headed south on Bryant towards 306 this weekend when someone on the phone was sitting at a stop sign up ahead on my right (by Calvert Collision.) As I approached the intersection I watched her since she didn't seem
0 5/08
2012
Default Air Force Logo Alcohol Awareness
It is a wonder how many times this is brought up, but yet, it continues to happen. I'm not referring to any particular group, either civilian or military, race, gender, religious preference, etc... it affects us all. Examples of alcohol related mishaps vary dramatically depending on where the individual is when they make the sometimes fatal
0 5/08
2012
Default Air Force Logo Married to the Military
Military marriages differ from most civilian ones. As military spouses, I wonder if we are really prepared for how different our marriages are from our hometown friends and family. Our marriages are different because we are subjected to outside stressors and challenges that are unique only to us. Our friends back home don't have to move every two
0 4/12
2012
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas-- Col. Paul Bugenske, 17th Mission Support Group Commander, explains the story behind Challenge Coins to Heart Link members March 29. Heart Link is an Air Force spouse orientation program designed to strengthen families and enhance mission readiness for all military services. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Michael Smith) Heart Link educates spouses
The Event Center was filled with activity March 29 as the Heart Link event got underway.Heart Link is an Air Force spouse orientation program designed to strengthen Air Force families and enhance mission readiness. The overall objectives of the program are to increase retention of Air Force members by increasing spouse awareness of the Air Force,
0 4/06
2012
DALLAS, Texas - Lt. Col. Michael Jones, 17th Logistics Readiness Squadron Commander poses with his son Tony after winning first place in the "pure," meaning lifetime steroid free category, and the over age 40 category, at the Natural Athlete Strength Association sponsored Powerlifting Championship, March 10. (Courtesy Photo)



17th LRS commander takes first at powerlifting competition
The 17th Logistics Readiness Squadron commander, competed in the Natural Athlete Strength Association sponsored Powerlifting Championship, March 10. Jones won first place in the "pure," meaning lifetime steroid free category, and the over age 40 category, where he competed against eight individuals.His interest in being a competitive powerlifter
0 4/03
2012
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas - Airman 1st Class Duayne Martinez, 17th Contracting Squadron does a set of pull ups at the Mathis Gym, Feb. 9. Martinez works out twice a day in the gym and runs 1.5 – 3miles three times a week. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Michael Smith) Fitness, second nature for Airman
Sweat pours down his forehead as he sprints like Death is chasing him. His breath in tune with his steps, he masters all his energy. His muscles stretched, he pushes harder. He finishes strong, but no he's not satisfied. Airman 1st Class Duayne Martinez is 10 seconds from perfection. "My weight slowed me down," Martinez said. "I had been
0 3/21
2012
Default Air Force Logo PCS Guide: 30th Space Wing, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.
Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., is home to the 30th Space Wing. The 30th Space Wing manages Defense Department space and missile testing, and placing satellites into polar orbit from the West Coast, using expendable boosters (Delta II, Pegasus, Taurus, Minotaur, Atlas V and Delta IV). Wing personnel also support the service's Minuteman III
0 3/12
2012
Airman 1st Class Jermiah Camacho, a 17th Comptroller Squadron financial analyst plays the ukulele during the Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month luncheon, May 26, 2011. He learned how to play it in his native land of Guam almost six years ago. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Michael Smith) Hobby helps Airman relieve stress
The audience watches in awe as the Airman skillfully strums a tune on a small, four-stringed instrument. A first experience for many, the performance leaves them wondering what instrument that is. It looks like a guitar, but not quite. It's a ukulele.Airman 1st Class Jermiah Camacho, a 17th Comptroller Squadron financial analyst, learned how to
0 3/06
2012
Default Air Force Logo PCS Guide: 436th Airlift Wing, Dover Air Force Base, Del.
Dover Air Force Base is located in the "First State," and the center of the Delmarva -- Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia -- peninsula. Dover AFB is home to the 436th Airlift Wing, known as the "Eagle Wing" and the 512th Airlift Wing, our Air Force Reserve associate--referred to as the "Liberty Wing." Together, these two wings make up the "Dover
0 3/05
2012
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