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Senior Airman Alyssa Dollar, 99th Medical Surgical Operations Squadron computed tomography technician, scans a practice dummy as part of a CT scan at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., May 1, 2015. The Diagnostic Imaging Clinic is divided into seven sections to quickly and efficiently find out what’s happening in a patient’s body. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jake Carter) Hidden truth found in Diagnostic Imaging
At the Mike O'Callaghan Federal Medical Center, broken bones, pregnancy, cancer, torn ligaments all can be seen in one clinic: Diagnostic Imaging.The 99th Medical Group Diagnostic Imaging Clinic is divided into seven sections to quickly and efficiently find out what's happening in a patient's body."Diagnostic Imaging consists of Magnetic Resonance
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2015
Gerald White, 99th Air Base Wing historian, poses for a photo at Nellis Air Force Base Nev., May 1, 2015. White retired from the Air Force in 2003 with 28 years of service and has since been a historian dedicated to preserving the Air Force’s heritage.(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rachel Loftis)  Historian gives insight to past, present
Everything has a history. From the moment of anything's inception, its history begins. History is an expansive word as it relates to the remembrance, discovery, analysis and recording of past events.Gerald White, 99th Air Base Wing historian has an affinity for analyzing and recording past events.  As a walking archive of historical knowledge about
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2015
Chanel Jernigan, wife of retired Master Sgt. Stacy Jernigan, pets her horse Zuli at the stables on Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., May 6, 2015. Jernigan brought Zuli back to the United States from Italy. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Mikaley Towle) Stables help ease boarding costs
When a family or friend adds a new a new furry addition to the family, most would assume a furry "Fido" or a fat cat like Garfield. Not too often do people think about getting a horse as a pet.Horses are grazers and like room to roam. Trying to find a place to board a horse might be a burdensome task for most people, but active duty military
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2015
Default Air Force Logo Det. 2, 318th COG reaches 10 year anniversary
The year was 2004 when Col. Larry "Turbo" Thompson, Air Force Information Warfare Center commander, decided to bring life to his vison of information operations integration into the U.S. Air Force Warfare Center. Thompson gathered his key leadership and started on the path to bring requisite knowledge of what is now referred to as non-kinetics to
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2015
Staff Sgt. Council Jones, 99th Civil Engineer Squadron airman dormitory leader, poses for a photo in front of a dorm on Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., April 7, 2015. As a young Airman, Jones spent 30 days in a correctional confinement facility for an expletive-laced rant directed toward his squadron leadership, but has overcome that past adversity to have a successful Air Force career in which he has won numerous Airman of the Quarter awards and the 52nd Fighter Wing’s Airman of the Year award, and has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan as a security forces member. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Siuta B. Ika) Airman turns career around after confinement
Boxed in by cold white brick walls and murky blue carpeted floors with nothing but a rickety desk separating his twin-size bed from a closet full of rank-less uniforms, Airman Basic Council Jones had hit the lowest point of his young life in October 2007.Seven months earlier, Jones arrived at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, freshly "blued" and
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2015
Staff Sgt. Isela Gonzalez, 99th Air Base Wing chaplain assistant, stands at the altar inside the Chapel on Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., April 10, 2015. Gonzalez hopes to be a chaplain in the next three years and is nearing completion in a master’s degree program in divinity. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jake Carter) Chaplain assistant follows the voice of God
When one thinks of a security forces member, images of a weapon toting, straight-to-the point Airman who only talks when pulling someone over may come to mind.Staff Sgt. Isela Gonzalez, 99th Air Base Wing chaplain assistant, decided security forces was not her calling, but instead, it was to serve God."I believe I was gifted to be able to speak and
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2015
Participants in a joint medical exercise escort a moulaged patient to a designated area for medical treatment during Operation Joint Medic exercise located at Camp Cobra, Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., March 31, 2015. Operation Joint Medic gave  medical personnel the opportunity to treat numerous injuries on simulated casualties. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rachel Loftis) Exercise, exercise, exercise: Operation Joint Medic tests combat casualty care skills in realistic setting
Twenty-seven casualties with various simulated injuries lie embedded among the rocky, mountainous terrain of a remote exercise site here during Operation Joint Medic held March 20 through April 4.The joint medical exercise began with a "bang" as Airmen and Soldiers arrived on a bus as an injured individual waved them down and beats on the side
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2015
A coyote walks across the road near the air traffic control tower on Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., March 26, 2015. With coyote sightings becoming more frequent on base, Airmen need to be aware of the risk they pose not only to people but aircraft as well. (Courtesy photo) Fed coyotes dangerous to Airmen
Coyotes may look like a smaller, slimmer version of a German Shepard but they can be a health and safety hazard if they become too familiar with people."Six years ago there was no coyote problem on Nellis Air Force Base," said Master Sgt. Joshua Shepherd, 57th Wing safety NCO.The base is a safe area for the wild animals and not all are as cute as
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2015
Davin Watson, 99th Force Support Squadron youth center teen director, and Caleb Franceschini, Nellis Air Force Base Youth of the Year, pose for a photo at the Youth Center on Nellis AFB, Nev., March 11, 2015. Franceschini also won Nevada’s Military Youth of the Year award and will go on to compete at the regional level in Calif. in Aug. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Mikaley Towle) Stand-out teen strives to inspire
Most average high school kids' priorities are linear; wake up on time, decide on an outfit, make it to school on time, do homework, hangout with friends, and participate in a few extracurricular activities. Rarely does community service make it on the list, but for one outstanding high school sophomore, giving back to others makes the top tier.At
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2015
Margaret Gee, who flew with the Women’s Air Force Service Pilots, was one of two Chinese-Americans to fly with the organization during World War II. Gee served as a co-pilot on B-17 Flying Fortresses and TB-25 Mitchells on gunnery training missions. She also served as an instrument instructor for pilots returning from combat who needed their instrument rating recertified. (Courtesy Photo) Aviation pioneer in Las Vegas
During World War II, aviation opportunities literally exploded as the military trained hundreds of thousands of individuals to fly, opening the door to many who might never have had the chance before. Among this group were women pilots, many of whom trained and flew as civil service pilots with the Army Air Forces. This group, designated as Women's
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2015
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