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Default Air Force Logo The Great American Smoke Out
Are you thinking about quitting tobacco? Perhaps you are one of the 70 percent of smokers who would like to quit. The Health and Wellness Center can help you use the Great American Smoke Out Nov. 20 to make that commitment to quit. Even if you are not ready to quit now, you can use this day to get prepared for the day when you will quit for good.
0 11/07
2008
Airman 1st Class Sean Devereaux, 17th Medical Support Squadron physical therapy journeyman, performs physical therapy via ultrasound on an injured knee ligament of Capt. Lara Kalin-Cristofori Oct. 29 at 17th Medical Group Clinic on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas. "Our clinic treats approximately 400 to 450 patients during a month," said Tech. Sgt. Charles Alloway, base physical therapy clinic NCO in charge. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez) What could physical therapy do for you?
All too often in modern life, we seek out the quick fix. And all too often, the quick fix saves time yet sacrifices quality. When it comes to bodily health, and especially pain, most of us are guilty of seeking out the "magic pill" to make our symptoms go away rather than concentrating on the problem generating the discomfort. In 2007, I was tasked
0 10/31
2008
Technical Sergeant Roberto Oregon, at center with dark rope over left shoulder, poses with Airmen in technical training next to the 17th Training Group Detachment 1 headquarters building at Fort Huachuca, Ariz. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Luis Chavez) Attitude over awards: Fort Huachuca MTL sets the example
The services of the United States Armed Forces are well known for recognizing the outstanding performances of its members. This is usually done with a ceremony where someone presents a worthy recipient with an award of some kind such as a trophy or plaque. But while the shape and names of the awards may change, one common yet important
0 10/29
2008
Specialist Regis Cunningham, 344th Military Intelligence Battallion linguist student, works on a ceramics project in the newly-remodeled Goodfellow Arts and Crafts Center Oct. 14. The center boasts a large ceramics area and a woodshop available for use anyone with access to the base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kasabyan Musal) Arts and Crafts center offers after-work fun
Tired of staring at your computer monitor, retinas burning and eyes glazed over? Does the latest office-productivity software suite make you want to tear your hair out? Do you want to do something - anything - with your hands besides typing? If so, the newly-remodeled Goodfellow Arts and Crafts Center may be for you. The center offers plenty of
0 10/24
2008
Soldiers in Iraq pose in the shirts sent to them by Christmas For Our Troops (Courtesy Photo) Deployed servicemembers receive a touch of home
The holiday season is upon us and, as always, it is a time for giving. One local organization, Christmas for Our Troops, Inc., kicked off its yearly campaign to collect for, and give to, a very specialized group--men and women deployed across the world in military service to the United States. The organization has grown from three Texas residents
0 10/24
2008
The Goodfellow Air Force Base Chapel, lit for the holidays. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. John Barton) Chapel offers religious education
The Goodfellow Air Force Base Chapel held its first Sunday school/Religious Education classes for this year Sept. 7. Attendees enjoyed fellowship and lessons about the Christian faith. The program is open to any military ID holders. The chapel has provided classes for every age group (kindergarten to adult). The hour-long classes are designed to
0 10/21
2008
Air Force Legal Services Agency shield -- The Air Force Legal Services Center was renamed the Air Force Legal Services Agency on 1 May 1991 as a result of a reorganization of the The Judge Advocate General's Department (which itself was renamed The Judge Advocate General's Corps in 2003).  U.S. Air Force graphic.  In accordance with Chapter 3 of AFI 84-105, commercial reproduction of this emblem is NOT permitted without the permission of the proponent organizational/unit commander. Staff judge advocate explains funded law school program options
Applications for the Funded Legal Education Program and Excess Leave Program are being accepted from Jan. 1 through March 1, 2009. These programs allow officers to attend law school full time and subsequently enter the judge advocate corps. Interested officers are encouraged to compete. In addition to prosecuting and defending clients brought
0 10/21
2008
Retiree Activities Program A chance to serve - a second time
For many active duty military members, retirement is the brass ring; that pie-in-the-sky, trouble-free netherworld filled with beaches and golf courses and blue, sunny skies. But the reality is, military retirement status is simply another step on the path of life. And like all the other steps, it comes with its share of positives, negatives and
0 10/16
2008
Army Capt. Tom Mason, 20th Special Forces Group, Army National Guard, takes a moment to pose with his patient Savannah during her recent visit to the Goodfellow Air Force Base veterinary clinic Oct. 1. The Goodfellow vet clinic is open for appointments from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Tuesdays. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kasabyan Musal) Goodfellow vet clinic ready to serve base’s needs
In Army Capt. Tom Mason's time in the Army National Guard, he's deployed overseas and provided veterinary care to every kind of animal from military working dogs to Afghan goats. At Goodfellow Air Force Base, he sees some of those military working dogs as well, but the citizen-Soldier also takes time to tend to the pets of military personnel and
0 10/10
2008
Dennis Ritko, OSHA Voluntary Protection Program advisor, discusses chlorine tank safety with Ed Stepan Sept. 25. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Lt. Col. Joseph McBrearty) Safety becomes way of thinking
Goodfellow Air Force base recently took part in a safety assessment from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Voluntary Protection Program that culminated in an out-brief to Col. Richard Ayres, 17th Training Wing commander, Sep. 26. The VPP team began safety assessments across the base Sept. 23 looking for ways for base personnel to
0 10/02
2008
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