• Goodfellow spouse Carie Wailgum awarded "20 under 40"

    Carie Wailgum sends her children to school each day with two reminders: Be kind. Be brave.Those, she believes, are two actions upon which a foundation of leadership is built.“I’m hoping someday they’ll take those actions and then turn those into a more formidable action of being a leader in their community,” Wailgum said.Much like their
  • Goodfellow spouse Jennifer Jensen awarded "20 under 40"

    Jennifer Jensen says the military “saved my life.” It also gave her purpose beyond her time in uniform.During her four years in the Air Force, Jensen served overseas as a combat photographer during the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Her assignment was fulfilling, but also scary, so much so that she sought counseling afterward to cope with
  • Students taking a stand against violence

    Teal ropes, also known as Students Against Violence Everywhere, are a part of Air Force culture, but their role is changing here on Goodfellow. With the new changes, the teal ropes will be able to help students even more thanks to additional training, and a stand against violence of all kinds.The change from Students Against Sexual Assault and
  • Introducing Mental Health

    The Mental Health Clinic on Goodfellow Air Force Base exists to provide base members accessible support for their individual or family needs.Their mission is to provide the highest quality of care to the base population and the local community, across all branches of service, to promote mental health and provide appropriate support through