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  • Support sustains Sentry Savannah

    The morning sun began to peak through the grey sky, shedding light over Savannah, Ga. For a few moments, at the 165th Airlift Wing, Savannah Air National Guard base, the grey sky looked as if it blended into the tarmac. However, the silhouettes of fighter aircraft broke up the horizon. Amongst those

  • Propose a toast to better yourself

    In front of a lectern, a man stands holding his gavel, taking a deep breath and gathering his words.In this environment he is not known by his rank, but referred to as Toastmaster. After calling the meeting to order he puts people at ease with his lightheartedness and a sense of humor about the

  • Meet the commander - Lt. Col. Christopher Bird

    It is not uncommon for someone to join the Air Force for one reason and stay in the Air Force for a completely different reason. That is exactly how Lt. Col. Christopher Bird, 325th Aerospace Medical Squadron commander, began his Air Force career.Interested in medicine, Bird was drawn to the Air

  • Inspector General complaint program

    What happens when a person becomes aware of wrong doings or anything that violates a law, regulation, instruction, policy, or procedure? Where could that person turn to when they feel they cannot go anywhere else? The 325th Fighter Wing Inspector General's office is an unbiased, independent agency

  • Musical maintainer

    Stadium lights fade to darkness. Spotlights point at a single Airman and the cavalry presenting the flag. There are flashes of light spontaneously throughout the audience. The Airman sings the National Anthem in front of thousands in what he said was his most memorable performance. Staff Sgt. Brian

  • New association brings female Airmen closer

    Less than 20 percent of the Air Force are female and even less make up the Airman tier, Airman Basic through Senior Airman, who inhabit the base dormitories.Because of these odds, it is harder for women living in the dorms to meet and build friendships."When I first got here, I realized there were

  • To honor with dignity

    A tri-folded American flag rests gently between two-white gloved hands. An Airman kneels before a family in mourning and speaks just above a whisper these solemn words, "On behalf of the President of the United States, the United States Air Force and a grateful nation, please accept this flag as a

  • Airman's dedication honorably recognized

    Seven years ago, a young man took an oath--an oath of enlistment. He swore to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; to bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and to obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders

  • Meet Lt Col Lyons: 301st Fighter Squadron commander

    Growing up near the flightline and seeing air shows as a child is enough to inspire anyone to want to fly, but few take that dream and make it a reality. Lt. Col. Andrew Lyons, 301st Fighter Squadron commander, moved around a lot like most military children. His father was an F-111 Aardvark pilot

  • Mud, Marathons, Medics

    Staying fit and having fun doesn't always go hand in hand, but a group of Tyndall medics have found a way to help the two co-exist. They call themselves "The Tyndall Muddy Medics." In the last year they have traveled to several races all over the Southeast region including: Superhero Scrambles,