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Default Air Force Logo Public Health's Unsung Hero: Chelsea Williams
Over a year ago this unsung hero was working as an OB-GYN in Bay County, and now she oversees all deploying and post-deployment assessments as a member of Team Tyndall.Chelsea Williams took the opportunity to become the deployment assessment nurse for Public Health at the 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron over a year ago and has loved every minute
0 5/09
2016
Default Air Force Logo Public Health: Taking care of Airmen
Taking care of Airmen and their families is the most important line of effort Tyndall has. One flight here plays a vital role in keeping those Airmen and their families safe from disease, and fit for the fight.Public Health keeps base population healthy to perform the Air Force mission by providing communicable disease prevention, force health,
0 5/09
2016
Master Sgt. Jim Cummings, 823rd RED HORSE Detachment 1 pest management instructor, teaches pest management technicians how to properly identify fly larva, April 21. When Airmen are in deployed austere environments, the infrastructure needed to support them is critical to the success of the mission. The instructors at SILVER FLAG train those who make infrastructure more livable for deployed Airmen. This detachment is one of many stationed throughout the Air Force.(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller/Released) REDHORSE Unsung Hero: Master Sgt. Jim Cummings
An unsung hero is someone who makes a substantial contribution to the mission of their squadron or flight, and the leadership of Detachment 1, 823rd RED HORSE selected Master Sgt. Jim Cummings as the Unsung Hero this week.
0 4/28
2016
Master Sgt. Jim Cummings, 823rd RED HORSE Detachment 1 pest management instructor, teaches pest management technicians how to properly identify fly larva, April 21. When Airmen are in deployed austere environments, the infrastructure needed to support them is critical to the success of the mission. The instructors at SILVER FLAG train those who make infrastructure more livable for deployed Airmen. This detachment is one of many stationed throughout the Air Force.(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller/Released) REDHORSE trains Airmen for deployment at Silver Flag
When Airmen are down range, the infrastructure needed to support them is critical to the success of the mission. The instructors at Silver Flag train those who make life livable for Airmen in deployed locations. This detachment is one of many stationed throughout the Air Force.
0 4/28
2016
Mrs. Ashley Smith, 325th Force Support Squadron Child and Youth Programs training and curriculum specialist, poses for a studio photo. Smith was chosen to be the 325th FSS Unsung Hero by her leadership. 325th Force Support Squadron Unsung Hero Mrs. Ashley Smith
Taking care of a child takes a lot of patience and time. At Tyndall’s Child Development Center, the caretakers are responsible for multiple children which requires more patience and more time. The one who ensures these caretakers are properly trained, is also the 325th Force Support Squadron’s Unsung Hero. Mrs. Ashley Smith is a Child and Youth Programs Training and Curriculum Specialist for the CDC. She is responsible for providing training, feedback and resources to CDC staff.
0 4/22
2016
Katlin Cram, 325th Force Support Squadron Child Development Center caretaker, interacts with three of the children in the facility April 13, at the CDC. The Child Development Center is part of the Airman and Family Services Flight which also covers three other programs; the Airman and Family Readiness Center, Youth Programs and Family Child Care. The CDC is charged with taking care of children belonging to Team Tyndall members during the day. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) Service specialists: providing peace of mind to Tyndall families
Family is an important piece of life’s puzzle. For one flight on Tyndall, ensuring families are taken care of is at the forefront of their minds. The 325th Force Support Squadron’s Airman and Family Services Flight plays a key role in keeping the mission going by directly supporting the 325th Fighter Wing commander’s line of effort of taking care of Airmen and their families.
0 4/22
2016
Staff Sgt. Michael Stanforth, 325th Operations Support Squadron/43rd Fighter Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment floor chief, assists Maj. Adam Keith, 43rd FS Deputy Operations officer, in testing his flight equipment for leaks April 7, at the 43rd FS. Stanforth was selected as this week’s Unsung Hero by his leadership. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alex Fox Echols III/Released) C is for courage
The Air Force prides itself on professionalism. But some Airmen exude it, even through a diagnosis of a potentially deadly disease.This week’s Unsung Hero is Staff Sgt. Michael Stanforth. He is the floor chief of the 43rd Fighter Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment, and he is a cancer survivor. “My job is to ensure the safety and integrity of the
0 4/13
2016
Staff Sgt. Kody Crider and Airman 1st Class Cortney Oehlbeck, 325th Operations Support Squadron/43rd Fighter Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment technicians, repair a pilot’s helmet April 7, at the 43rd FS. The AFE shop is much like a detachment, comprised of a rotation of 325th OSS Airmen who spend a year at the shop inspecting and maintaining all of the 43rd FS F-22 Raptor pilots’ life support equipment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alex Fox Echols III/Released) Keeping pilots safe: Aircrew Flight Equipment
The 43rd Fighter Squadron’s mission is to provide air dominance training to the Air Force’s newest F-22 Raptor pilots, but to do this safely, the pilots’ flight equipment must work properly at all times.That is where the Aircrew Flight Equipment shop comes in. They are charged with housing, inspecting and maintaining all of the 43rd FS pilots’ life
0 4/13
2016
Master Sgt. Tricia DeLuna, AFNORTH force management branch manager, reviews manpower documents with Senior Airman Charlott Lemonds, AFNORTH career development technician and Staff Sgt. Delayne Griffin, AFNORTH force management branch NCO in-charge, April 4 at the Killey Center for Homeland Operations. DeLuna, Lemonds and Griffin work within the A1-manpower and personnel section as well as manage all AFNORTH personnel related concerns. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ty-Rico Lea/Released) AFNORTH defends US through air, space assets
Protecting the skies of the continental United States is an enormous task. The organization responsible for that job has almost a bigger name: 1st Air Force, Air Forces Northern and Continental United States North American Aerospace Defense Command.
0 4/08
2016
Master Sgt. Martha Dunning, AFNORTH standards and evaluations manager, briefs AFNORTH members April 4 at the Killey Center for Homeland Operations. Dunning is the units Combined Enlisted Association president. She has served as the manager of the 601st Air Operations Center Color Guard Team and as a member of the Tyndall Honor Guard Team. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ty-Rico Lea/Released) Unsung Hero: Master Sgt. Martha Dunning
Picture this, growing up abroad, visiting various places and bearing witness to the prestige of military ceremonies becoming a member of the U.S. Air force. This was the case for Master Sgt. Martha Dunning, AFNORTH standards and evaluations manager and this week’s unsung hero. Originally born and raised in Colombia until the age of seven, Dunning is the eldest of four children and the first member of her family to join the U.S. Air force.
0 4/06
2016
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