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Lt. Col. Claudio Covacci, 60th MXS commander(left), Michelle Marinucci, daughter of late Chief Master Sgt. George R. Tucker(center), and James Marinucci, grandson of late Chief Master Sgt. George R. Tucker(right), stand with a plackard the 60th Maintenance Squadron presented to Tucker's family in tribute to the work he accomplished for the squadron while he was alive January 12 at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Tucker worked at Travis from 1964 until his retirement in 1985. 60th MXS honors former chief with room dedication
The life of late Chief Master Sgt. George R. Tucker is a storied one. Born on April 22, 1937, Tucker was the 14th child born of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tucker’s 15 children. From the outset of his development into a chief master sergeant, Tucker was a hard worker.
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Image of the skeletal structure of a patient’s hand displayed on the monitor of a mobile X-ray machine, Aug. 22, 2017, at the Orthopedic Hand Clinic, David Grant U.S. Air Force Medical Center, Travis Air force Base. Calif.  DGMC's Orthopedic and Podiatry Clinics are comprised of dedicated and compassionate professionals who specialize in the comprehensive care of patients with bone and joint disorders of the extremities. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Heide Couch) Hand clinic at DGMC is patient-centered
“When a patient comes in to see family medicine, family medicine may order X-rays and (laboratory tests) and then they may want the patient to go for therapy. The patient is running all over the hospital trying to find out where to go. Instead, we bring everyone to the patient."
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2017
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