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    184th Intelligence Wing      

    McConnell AFB, KS, US  

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    184th Medical Group builds bonds in Armenia

    10.01.2016 | Story by Tech. Sgt. Maria Ruiz
    Thirty-five members of the 184th Intelligence Wing, primarily from the 184th Medical Group, supported a humanitarian civic outreach mission in Armenia in August. The purpose of the two-week mission was to train U.S. and British forces in their medical specialty fields. Airmen were divided between two government hospitals, Hrazdan Medical Center, Hrazdan, and Gavar Medical Center, Gavar. Three soldiers from the 6th Battalion, British Regular...

    STARBASE Wichita

    10.01.2016 | Story by Senior Airman Lauren Penney
    STARBASE is a Department of Defense sponsored program that first originated in Michigan in 1991. In 1993, the program came to Kansas, which now has five STARBASE locations—Wichita, Topeka, Kansas City, Salina and Manhattan. Now, there are at least 58 sites in 31 states, including Puerto Rico.

    134th ACS participates in national exercise...

    08.01.2016 | Story by Tech. Sgt. Justin Jacobs
    Off the coast of Oregon and Washington sits the Cascadia Subduction Zone that stretches 600 miles from northern California to British Columbia. Scientists have predicted that the CSZ could erupt at any moment and when it does, it will be the nation’s largest calamity ever. “When the Cascadia Subduction Zone does rupture, it will result in a catastrophe like nothing we have ever seen,” said Maj. Gen. Bret Daugherty, commander,...

    284th ASOS holds Viking Challenge

    08.01.2016 | Story by Senior Airman Lauren Penney
    Camaraderie, hard work and efficiency are words that accurately describe the 284th Air Support Operations Squadron. The morning of June 3, they began their annual Viking Challenge, a series of tasks Airmen accomplish to evaluate their skills as tactical air control party personnel and joint terminal attack controllers at Smoky Hill Weapons Range.

    Pokémon Go leads to security concern

    08.01.2016 | Courtesy Story
    July 6 was a highly anticipated day for Pokémon enthusiasts across the country with the release of the game Pokémon Go. The new game uses a Smartphone GPS and camera to allow players to catch Pokémon in the surrounding area.

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