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  • Goodfellow vice commander heads south

    This coming April, Col. Merrily Madero, 17th Training Wing vice commander, will leave for her new assignment as Air Education and Training Command director of staff at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. In this new position, Col. Madero will work directly for Gen. Stephen Lorenz, AETC commander. When she leaves, Goodfellow will lose a fine officer and
  • Tax time is coming - are you ready?

    Active Duty Members Assigned to Goodfellow: All active duty members assigned to Goodfellow interested in free tax return and electronic filing should contact their Unit Tax Advisor. The UTAs will work with you from their desktop computer. Please contact your UTA for an appointment. The UTAs are limited to individual income tax assistance. They are
  • Eyes on fitness

    By now you have heard that your Physical Fitness Test results will determine how your EPR or OPR will be marked. You will be either marked as meeting the standard (with a score of 75 or above), not meeting the standard (with a score of 74.99 or less) and exempt (if you are on a waiver from all four aspects of the test). Those Airmen marked in the
  • Stay calm, beat stress this holiday season

    The holidays are an interesting time of year. On one hand, advertisements urge us to flock to the stores and spend, spend, spend on a whole lot of stuff that the recipients of our gifts don't really need (and maybe don't even want). On the other hand, charitable organizations ramp up their requests for donations to support those who are less
  • Remembering Victoria

    It doesn't end a career, it starts a new life. Insanity is often defined as doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Keeping the secret of domestic violence is like insanity. Unless something is done differently, the same thing will happen repeatedly and prevent families from being happy, healthy and safe places to grow
  • 17 MDG hosts annual Retiree Health Fair

    Please join us at the retiree health fair presented by the 17th Medical Group on Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. to noon at the clinic! This health fair is designed to provide health screening for retired members of the armed forces and their dependents. Information on current retiree benefits and services, both local and outside of the community, will be
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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