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Airman aids Washington DC crash victim
Airman aids Washington DC crash victimAn 89th Communications Squadron Airman saved the life of a middle-aged Washington, D.C. woman after witnessing her car crash on Interstate 495, Oct. 16, 2014. Staff Sgt. Andrew Smith, a Hinesville, Georgia, native stationed at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, saw her car hit a tree before rolling, rushed to aid and extinguished the burning car, before helping stabilize the victim on the side of one the nation’s busiest highways.


Students, Airmen form friendships in Poland
Students, Airmen form friendships in PolandThe sound of school bells ringing at the Zespol Szkol Ponadgimnazjalnych W Kleczewie, a high school in Kleczewie, Poland, made Oct. 21, 2014, seem like a normal day of class for students and teachers. That is … until a team of U.S. Air Force Airmen entered the school.


First F-35A operational weapons load crew qualified
First F-35A operational weapons load crew qualifiedRacing against the clock and with leadership’s eyes watching, three Airmen with the 58th Aircraft Maintenance Unit loaded training munitions on to an F-35A Lightning II during a qualification load here, Oct. 10, officially becoming the first qualified operational weapons load crew for the F-35A.


Hill AFB announces night flying operations
Pilots from the 388th and 419th Fighter Wings will conduct night flying missions Oct. 20-24, Nov. 3-18, Nov. 25, and Dec. 8-23. Local residents in the top of Utah may hear F-16s flying during the night hours as pilots continue to hone their night-time combat flying skills.


US Air Force Langley Hospital adds Ebola-zapping robot to inventory
US Air Force Langley Hospital adds Ebola-zapping robot to inventoryStanding at 5 feet 2 inches tall, U.S. Air Force Hospital Langley’s newest staff member doesn’t initially have a commanding presence. However, after five minutes, its impact has the potential to save countless lives around the world.


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The 633rd Medical Group has a new piece of equipment to sterilize medical rooms using ultra violet light.



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Air Force Report: Seymour Johnson's LegacyAir Force Report: Seymour Johnson's Legacy
Seymour Johnson's great granddaughter, Jaime Thompson, visited Seymour Johnson Air Force Base,...


Air Force Report: Capitol Movement Tours IncirlikAir Force Report: Capitol Movement Tours Incirlik
Capitol Movement Dance Company from Washington D.C. toured with Armed Forces Entertainment and...


Minuteman Report: NC Guardsmen Welcome New CommanderMinuteman Report: NC Guardsmen Welcome New Commander
The 60th Troop Command of the North Carolina National Guard welcome a new commander to lead one...


Air Force Report: Oct. 24Air Force Report: Oct. 24
On today's Air Force Report Staff Sergeant Pete Ising tells us about a joint Ebola training...


This Week in Photos: October 20-24, 2014This Week in Photos: October 20-24, 2014
This week in Air Force photos we see the Thunderbirds perform, a weapons crew loads up some...


Yesterday's Air Force: Bataan Death MarchYesterday's Air Force: Bataan Death March
An Air Force history feature on one survivor of the infamous WWII Japanese POW camp on the...


Yesterday's Air Force: The Boneyard (short version)Yesterday's Air Force: The Boneyard (short version)
An Air Force history feature on the Boneyard at Davis-Monthan Air Force base in Arizona, where...


Yesterday's Air Force: A Half-Century of Haircuts (short version)Yesterday's Air Force: A Half-Century of Haircuts (short version)
An Air Force history feature on Lester West, who's been giving Air Force basic trainees their...


DoD Ebola Training- Day 2 (w/o music bed)DoD Ebola Training- Day 2 (w/o music bed)
U.S. Army North (Fifth Army) trains a 30-person medical support team that could, if required,...


DOD Ebola Training - Day 2DOD Ebola Training - Day 2
U.S. Army North (Fifth Army) trains a 30-person medical support team that could, if required,...


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Airman aids Washington DC crash victim Airman aids Washington DC crash victim
Staff Sgt. Andrew Smith, 89th Communications Squadron program manager, inspects a work site where 89th CS Airmen are installing two antennas. The...


Students, Airmen form friendships in Poland Students, Airmen form friendships in Poland
U.S. Air Force Airmen assigned to the 182nd Airlift Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, Peoria, Ill., and Detachment 1, 52nd Operations Group, from...


Fighting Falcon gets eclipsed Fighting Falcon gets eclipsed
A U.S. Air Force F-16C Fighting Falcon from the New Jersey Air National Guard's 177th Fighter Wing is lit up by the sun at the beginning of a...


Lajes Field support A-10 Coronet Lajes Field support A-10 Coronet
A group of A-10 Thunderbolt II from the 442nd Fighter Wing, Whiteman Air Force Base, Miss., are serviced after landing at Lajes Field, Azores,...


Vigilant Shield 15 Vigilant Shield 15
Senior Airman Justin Wright, 3rd Combat Camera Squadron combat photojournalist, bottom, and Senior Airman Daniel Johnston, 1st CTCS aerial combat...


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ONE: First Job, Second Chance
ONE is a series focused on highlighting the amazing lives of our United States Air Force Airmen, U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Service members,...


John Lamirande
John Lamirande talks to a Record Journal reporter about being in a military band.


Interview with Military Band Member
A military band member talks to a reporter at the Record Journal.


Holloman Happenings - 21 August 2014
Holloman Happenings is a radio spot informing the Tularosa Basin and Holloman AFB about what is going on in their community. Audio only.


2014 Thracian Eagle - Radio
The U.S. Air Force continues to develop and improve joint readiness. Air Force Staff Sgt. Ashley Corkins shares some details from Graf Ignatievo...