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  • Medical Subject Matter Expert Exchange, a first for some

    Two medical technicians from Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, joined members from 12th Air Force (Air Forces Southern) and the New Hampshire Air National Guard on a one-week medical subject matter expert exchange to El Salvador from March 7-11. For Staff Sgt. Karina Cortes and Senior Airman

  • AFSOUTH medics lead the way in exchanges with El Salvador

    An AFSOUTH medic-led a team of five U.S. Air Force members from across the country and put their various experiences to work this week during a subject matter expert exchange in El Salvador from March 7-11. The team, led by Maj. Helda Carey, 12th Air Force (Air Forces Southern) international health

  • AFSOUTH Airman selected as Honor Flight guardian

    How would you feel if a memorial was erected in your honor and you never had a chance to see it? For many World War II Veterans this is a reality. But thanks to Honor Flight Network and its volunteers, some vets will be able to visit the memorial that was built to recognize the sacrifices they made

  • IHS Division, building partnerships in SOUTHCOM through healing hands

    Imagine if you will trekking through the Andes mountains in Peru to provide public health support to individuals with infections rarely seen in the U.S., or setting up tents in the jungles of Columbia to provide dental care. Together with our partner nations, these are some of the challenges that

  • Fueling the birds of battle

    The German Air Force will continue to train with U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marines through mid-October at Mountain Home Air Force Base during the annual Mountain Roundup exercise.366th Logistics Readiness Squadron Airmen are working behind the scenes to ensure the work they do on the ground enables

  • The Lost Boys

    Away from the hustle and bustle of Holloman, there are a group of Airmen who watch our skies and make sure aircraft is flying the friendly skies safely.They are the air traffic controllers of White Sands Missile Range. They are charged with helping to protect the skies for civilian and military

  • From paralegal to war fighter

    Imagine, as a paralegal, one day you are helping someone with a power of attorney and the next day you are helping protect unarmed colleagues from enemy fire in a war zone. This is how one staff sergeant went above his everyday job to help his fellow service members.Staff Sgt. Dallas Brewer, 12th

  • Dentist brings 31 years of dentistry to Air Force, New Horizons Guyana

    After 31 years of dentistry in his own private practice, Lt. Col. (Dr.) Darryl Bybee, 75th Dental Squadron, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, traded a comfortable office and a tie for a school with no air conditioning and an Airman battle uniform in a country in South America."It was time for a change,"

  • Dental team discovers willing volunteer in young Guyanese boy

    Timothy Eastman is 13 years old and already knows what he wants to be when he grows up. "I want to be a dentist someday," Timothy said flashing his bright smile. "I want to go to the United States and learn." He is a Guyanese boy from the town of Diamond and will start the eighth grade Aug. 31. He