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  • How to become a pro-social bystander

    Prevention of sexual assault in today's culture is a complicated task. Most of the prevention comes in the form of educating on what constitutes sexual assault and how the bystander impacts sexual assault. Traditional bystander intervention training will work in many situations but is much less effective when applied to sexual assault scenarios due
  • Community College of the Air Force: Making your Air Force career work toward your educational goals

    The Community College of the Air Force was activated in 1972 for Airmen to gain academic recognition through technical training conducted by Air Force schools. CCAF provides two-year educational programs to Active-duty, Reserve, and Air National Guard enlisted Airmen. Airmen are automatically enrolled into the college upon completing basic
  • Uncommon Valor part three: Maj. Horace Carswell

    While Medal of Honor recipients are often thought of as heroes who risked or sacrificed their lives valiantly for the battle to be won, the ranks of Medal of Honor recipients are also filled with heroes who sacrificed their lives in order to save the lives of others. One of these brave men was Maj. Horace Carswell, who stayed with his crashing B-24
  • Uncommon Valor part two: Lt. Col. Leon Vance

    Of those Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors and Marines who have earned our nation's highest award for valor, the Medal of Honor, more are awarded their medals posthumously than not. For Lt. Col. Leon Robert Vance, an Army Air Corps pilot during World War II, this was the case - though Colonel Vance survived the engagement for which he was awarded the
  • Uncommon Valor part one: 1st Lt. Jack Mathis

    The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration awarded by our country. The medal is often awarded posthumously, as the "conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life above and beyond the call of duty" required for its presentation often claims the life of the recipient. These servicemembers offered their lives freely in defense
  • Palace Chase, Palace Front offer post-active-duty opportunities

    Going on to live an ordinary civilian life after separating from active duty in the Air Force may be difficult for some Airmen. Such a drastic change in lifestyle can be overwhelming for some individuals. Luckily, there is a way to keep your ties to the Air Force without becoming a full-time government employee again: signing up for the Air
  • Legal career offers retraining opportunity

    Are you interested in a career change? Do you have untapped potential? Then consider this challenge--how about retraining into the paralegal career field? After reading this article, you may discover the perfect job for you. The Air Force enlisted legal career field was established on May 1, 1955, and to this day plays a prominent role in The Judge
  • You, too, can write a story!

    Every week, this office writes and edits articles for publication to this base. Whether you get your base news from the Goodfellow Monitor or online at http://www.goodfellow.af.mil, the articles published all filter through the Public Affairs office. However, not all articles originate here. We wouldn't have the time to cover all the interesting
  • Int’l officers train on Goodfellow

    Have you noticed some unusual uniforms and ranks on base lately? If so, it's because Goodfellow has 11 new guests who are here representing 6 nations - Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, South Korea, Nigeria and New Zealand. The officer students - usually but not always from their country's air forces -- are here to attend the International Intelligence
  • Servicemembers help judge district science competition

    Approximately 60 military members lent their services as judges to the District XI Regional Science and Engineering Competition, Feb. 24 at Angelo State University. The competition showcased the projects of more than 300 junior high and high school students from all over West Texas, from as far away as Del Rio, Texas, to as close as students from