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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas - Leisa Willis browses through a list of names as some of the key spouses pack Valentine’s Day goodie bags to give to spouses of deployed servicemembers. She is the wife of Col. JohnDavid Willis, 17th Training Group Commander. (U.S. Air Force/Airman 1st Class Anne Gathua)

Key spouses are Wingmen too
They are your focal point for information and support. Whether you're a new military spouse or waiting for your loved one to come home, they are there to listen and lend a hand. Do you know who your key spouse is?The Key Spouse Program is a collaborative effort between squadrons, volunteer spouses, and the Airman and Family Readiness Center. Team
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas-- The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is always on the look out for new recruits. (Courtesy graphic) AFOSI, always looking for recruits
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is a federal law enforcement and investigative agency operating throughout the full spectrum of conflict, seamlessly within any domain; conducting criminal and counterintelligence investigations and numerous other services.   Their mission is, "To Identify, exploit and neutralize criminal, terrorist
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Default Air Force Logo Palace Chase, Palace Front offer stability during transition
Your enlistment is almost up or maybe you're thinking about leaving active duty early; what do you plan to do? Do you plan on going to school? Do you have another job lined up? Do you have all your ducks in a row to help you with that transition?With all of the opportunities that Palace Chase and Palace Front hold, there are plenty of reasons to
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Default Air Force Logo AFFES Resolves to Promote Healthier Living
Approximately 45 percent of adult Americans make one or more resolutions each year, with a healthier lifestyle dominating the top of the list. From Subways to Shoppettes, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service is making it easier to live up to goals specific to health and fitness.Dining at Goodfellow, for example, doesn't have to be a diet-buster as
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DYESS AIR FORCE BASE, Texas—Dr. Denise Ruark, Dyess Veterinarian, listens to Da Vinci’s heart Oct. 20 during a routine appointment at the Dyess Veterinary Clinic here. The Clinic provides pet services such as: immunizations, treatments for skin disorders and eye and ear infections, micro-chipping, health certificates, and spay and neuter services. Heartworm prevention medication, flea and tick medication, vitamins, dental kits and shampoos are available for purchase at the resale counter. Base housing residents are required to register their pets with the clinic. Hours of operation are Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m-4 p.m, and Fridays from 9 a.m-2 p.m. For more information, call the clinic at (325) 696-3367. (U.S Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Shannon Hall) Considerations when choosing a pet
They are our furred, feathered and scaled friends. They can provide stress relief and give extra joy to our lives, but losing them, is often a heart-wrenching experience. Losing a pet is a very real concern for servicemembers due to military responsibilities and frequently changing addresses. However, a little research and prudent planning before
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas - Airmen 1st Class Garret Schick, April Morlan, and Richard McMillan, 316th Training Squadron, monitor their “systems” for activity during their end of course exercise OPERATION LONESHARK, Nov. 17.  The exercise is a key part of the squadron’s training to prepare servicemembers for their first duty assignment within the intelligence career field.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Clayton Lenhardt) LONESHARK: Training for the real thing
Each day we see or hear about the constant battle our nation wages against a number of adversaries. Behind the headlines and spokespeople, a different battle is fought by those in the intelligence field against the groups and countries that oppose our nation.Taking this intelligence battle to our enemies is not an easy task. The battle field is
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Default Air Force Logo Staying safe during winter pt
Winter fitness is an exhilarating experience, but if the proper safety measures are not taken, the cold and physical exertion can lead to a serious injury.Even an area as far south as San Angelo can experience dangerously cold temperatures during winter months. According The Weather Channel's website, temperatures here have occasionally dropped to
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Default Air Force Logo The EFFAC is here to help
Emergency situations can arise anywhere, at anytime. It can be a man-made event such as a shooting incident, terrorist attack or a vehicle crash, or it can be a natural disaster like a flood, hurricane or tornado. The possibilities are endless and as servicemembers, we are conditioned to react quickly and efficiently during such occurrences, but
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Tech. Sgt. Charles Alloway, 17th Medical Group Physical Therapy NCOIC, stretches a patient's ankle to help the patient recover from a severe ankle sprain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Connie Hempel) Physical therapy clinic: Keeping servicemembers mobile
From knee pains and shin splints, to ankle injuries and Plantar fasciitis, the 17th Medical Group Physical Therapy Clinic can help you with your aches and pains and get you on your way again.In the past, patients who walked through their doors were referred by their primary care manager or were recovering from surgery downtown. Although permanent
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Default Air Force Logo ACE members help improve life on base
Have you ever wanted to volunteer but were unsure where to look for opportunities? If so, the Armed Forces Committed to Excellence organization may be a good place to start.ACE is a joint-service private organization on base that is committed to improving the quality of life on military installations with members who are active participants in both
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