Masks at the Ready

Story by SGT Alejandro Smith-Antuna on 04/11/2018 CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind. In the age of nonconventional warfare, the risk of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear attacks bring a greater need for a proactive approach. Weaponized agents of this variety can be unseen killers. Yet troops have an arsenal of protective gear
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104th FW Airman Strengthens Medical Skills in Massachusetts Air National Guard, at Westfield State University

Story by A1C Randall Burlingame on 04/06/2018 For most Airmen at the 104th Fighter Wing in Westfield, Massachusetts, a career in the Air National Guard means a part-time commitment balanced with school or another job outside of the military. Senior Airman Michael C. Reynolds, 104th Medical Group aerospace medical technicia
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CIWT Det. Goodfellow Dedicates Goat Locker

SAN ANGELO, Texas. Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT) Detachment Goodfellow Chief's Mess dedicated their Goat Locker in remembrance of a fallen chief during a 125th Chief Petty Officer's birthday commemoration ceremony held onboard Goodfellow Air Force Base, March 30. With this dedication, the official name of the Goat Locker
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Navy Chiefs 125th Birthday Celebrated at Naval Hospital Bremerton

Story by Douglas Stutz on 03/31/2018 There were hundreds of accumulated years of experience and then some to match and mark the 125th birthday of United States Navy chief petty officers at Naval Hospital Bremerton on March 30, 2018. "On April 1, our entire Naval Hospital Bremerton Chief Petty Officer
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NBK Commemorates First African American Chief Petty Officer

Story by PO2 Vaughan Dill on 03/31/2018 BREMERTON Wash.- Sailors assigned to Naval Base Kitsap gathered at the Ivy Green Cemetery to celebrate the contributions of longtime Kitsap County resident John Henry "Dick" Turpin, the Navy's first African American Chief Petty Officer, for his trail-blazing Navy service, with the unveiling
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88th Readiness Division Conducts Revamped Casualty Notification, Assistance Officer Training

Story by Zachary Mott on 03/29/2018 FORT McCOY, Wis. Soldiers voluntarily serve the nation. When that Soldier pays the ultimate price, it is volunteers who step in and help the family that is left behind. The Casualty Notification Officer and Casualty Assistance Officer are two separate but important duties provided
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