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    A little closer to home

    06.24.2019 | Story by Staff Sgt. Ashley Gardner
    For some, joining the Air Force at a young age may seem like the best or only option. Many fresh graduates are not ready for school and just want something to fulfill their purpose. Master Mgt. Donald McCormick, 379th Expeditionary Operation Support Squadron C-130 aircrew flight equipment section NCOIC, was one of those young high schoolers that chose to serve. Now 33 years later, he and his son are serving alongside each other at Al Udeid...

    The 379th AEW welcomes new commander

    06.17.2019 | Story by Tech. Sgt. Nichelle Anderson
    he 379th Air Expeditionary Wing welcomes Brig. Gen. Daniel Tulley as the wing commander during a change of command ceremony, June 17, 2019. During the ceremony, the wing guideon was passed from outgoing commander Brig. Gen. Jason Armagost to Tulley. As the commander of the 379th AEW, Tulley will lead the largest and most diverse expeditionary wing in Air Force Central Command with more than 7,800 U.S. military service members, civilians...

    379th ECES mission not impossible

    06.14.2019 | Story by Staff Sgt. Ashley Gardner
    For the 379th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron Engineering Flight, the Airmen never leave a job unaccomplished. Construction projects are always ongoing so engineers either help lay the foundation for an idea, help work through rough patches in the middle or see the project through completion.

    Fuels lab provides quality assurance for CENTCOM

    05.18.2019 | Story by Staff Sgt. Ashley Gardner
    The 379th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron provides a “home” for the Air Force Petroleum Office. The team of three provides quality assurance and control of fuels and gases for the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. “The fuels lab handles over 700 samples a year for not only AUAB, but for our sister services and coalition partners,” said Chief Master Sgt. Chad Kraus, 379th ELRS chief enlisted manager. “This...

    Pause the stigma; continue the support

    05.10.2019 | Story by Staff Sgt. Ashley Gardner
    We are taught, being healthy means physically, socially, spiritually and lastly, mentally fit, the one many people push out of their line of sight. But ignoring any aspect of fitness, especially mental fitness can have a detrimental impacts to one’s life and military career. People find ways to become more physically fit, why not have the same attitude towards mental fitness?

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