• Doolittle Raiders honored with 'final toast'

    The Air Force hosted the famed Doolittle Tokyo Raiders' final toast to their fallen comrades during an invitation-only ceremony Nov. 9 at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force."Tonight is a night of conflicting emotions: pride in our Doolittle Tokyo Raiders, sorrow at the end of a mission and a myriad of other emotions," retired Maj. Lloyd
  • Airman receives “Dixie” Cupp scholarship

    The Goodfellow Top-3 association awarded Senior Airman Brandì Williams, 17th Comptroller Squadron Reports and Analysis technician, one of two $1,000 scholarships from the Lt. Col. Andy "Dixie" Cupp Scholarship Fund at the Norma Brown building Oct. 31.Goodfellow's Top-3 Association teamed up with Michael Mitchell, honorary base command chief and
  • Project Angel Tree begins at Exchange

    Members from the Goodfellow Firsts Sergeants' Council set up a Christmas tree for Project Angel Tree in the Base Exchange here Nov. 4.Project Angel Tree is just one more way the Goodfellow First Sergeants' Council, along with the Base Exchange, is helping those in need this holiday season.The goal of Project Angel Tree is to raise money for
  • What it takes to be Army Strong

    A 5k ruck march, 200 push-ups, 200 sit-ups, 80 chin-ups, 50 yard low crawl, tire flips, and more. For many, this may be a tough workout to complete in a weeks' time, how about in less than three hours? That's exactly what the 344th Military Intelligence Battalion did during their Iron Soldier Competition Oct. 26.The Iron Soldier tests and showcases