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Default Air Force Logo AMC Airmen Dazzled Audience at International Symposium
The U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West Saxophone Quintet performed Jan. 13 at the 2018 International Saxophone Symposium in Fairfax, Virginia. The performance took place at the George Mason University Center for the Arts and coincided with various other performances, master classes and lectures designed for musicians of all ages.
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2018
Air Force Col. (Dr.) Kimberly Pietszak, interim chief, Department of Quality Services, and assistant chief, Department of Medicine, examines Air Force Col. Patrick McCain at San Antonio Military Medical Center, Aug 26, 2015.  Getting regular checkups are vital step in maintaining one’s Individual Medical Readiness and aids an Airman’s ability to support the mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Corey Toye) Medically ready to be mission ready
From periodic health assessments to regular dental exams, every Airman should know the importance of maintaining their Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) at all times.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Volunteers needed for invisible wounds interviews
The Air Force is seeking volunteers, including commanders at every level, to participate in interviews that will be used to develop a strategy to provide better care and support for Airmen and their families struggling with invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury and major depression.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Pharmacy copayments increase Feb. 1
TRICARE has announced that pharmacy copayments will increase for prescription drugs Feb. 1 for all beneficiaries except active duty service members. The increase is mandated by the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act and applies only to medications obtained from retail pharmacies and TRICARE home delivery services. Prescriptions filled at military pharmacies remain at no cost.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Marijuana use still illegal for DoD members despite Prop 64
California recently passed Proposition 64, The Adult Marijuana Use Act, making recreational use of marijuana legal in the state.
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2017
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can be difficult to detect with its typical lack of physical markers. Knowing the signs and symptoms of TBI is critical and ensures Airmen can return to duty. (U.S. Air Force photo) Air Force tackles Traumatic Brain Injury with early detection and holistic approach to treatment
With over 3,000 cases of traumatic brain injury on average per year, TBI continues to be a significant issue for Airmen and readiness. TBI is an invisible wound, meaning the lack of physical markers often makes it difficult to detect or for others to understand the severity. Understanding the symptoms of TBI is crucial for immediate evaluation and treatment and to ensure medical readiness with minimal downtime. The Air Force Medical Service continues to improve TBI care with the upcoming Invisible Wounds Center at Eglin Air Force Base.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Ribbon cutting ceremony
The 60th Medical Group will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony Dec. 20 to celebrate the completion of a $13 million modernization project at the David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base, California. The 40,376 square-foot project was started in September 2014 and completed December 1.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Why victims of sexual assault or domestic abuse do not report
With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season and the expectations of perfect holiday get-togethers, the feeling that everyone seems happy and healthy may not always be true. All of these things and so many other aspects of the holidays, can lead to stress and ill health for survivors of sexual assault. For many survivors, the holidays can be a time of struggle, a time of feeling alone with their grief, either as painful memories flood back or as current abuse takes place without others’ knowledge.
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2017
Environmental specialists with the 60th Civil Engineer Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California, found cans of paint, a microwave oven and other hazardous materials in a dumpster behind the base legal office in July 2017. Courtesy photo/ Anthony Llanes. Unauthorized dumping could result in hefty fines
They’ve found microwave ovens, cans of paint, used motor oil, household cleaning liquids and even a refrigerator in the trash dumpsters on base. All of these items contain toxic elements that can threaten human health and the environment, said Douglas Berndsen, 60th Civil Engineer Squadron hazardous waste program manager at Travis Air Force Base, California.
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2017
Senior Airman Jacob Pinkney, 860th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron C-17 Globemaster III crew chief and a member of the Air Force Cycling Team, pulls a toddler in a stroller carrier to give the child's mother a break during the Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa July 26, 2017. During the RAGBRAI, AFCT members provided assistance to more than 5,000 cyclists. The team works to promote the Air Force by interacting with the American public at cycling events across the United States. (Courtesy Photo) Air Force Cycling Team prepares for 2018 season
Interacting with the American public at cycling events across the United States may not sound like something many people think of members of the Air Force doing.
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2017
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