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  • 'Thanks for Asking'

    Eielson held an exercise Jan. 21 called the “Thanks for Asking” campaign, designed to measure bystander intervention and raise awareness for domestic violence. Exercises that focus on bystander intervention have helped thwart domestic violence, sexual assault, abusive alcohol consumption, and suicide.
  • I'm a Survivor: Tech. Sgt. LaPaul Williams

    "Death smiles at us all. All a man can do is smile back." -MaximusThis quote from the movie Gladiator rings powerful and true to Tech. Sgt. LaPaul Williams, who said, "I don't believe death is to be feared."Williams, a 5th Air Support Operations Squadron fighter duty technician stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., was diagnosed with a rare
  • I'm a Fighter: Jennifer Dutton

    (This article is part of a series featuring Airmen and their families, as well as DOD civilians who have fought or continue to fight a battle with cancer. To view the previous story, click here.)Many questions flood the mind for those who come face to face with a battle they never wanted to fight."My first thought was 'when am I going to die'?"
  • Airman of the Month Jet Launch program begins

    Senior Airman Diamond Thompson, a 354th Medical Group public health technician, found herself standing mere feet from an engine capable of producing 28,000 pounds of thrust and propelling a jet 1,500 miles per hour Nov. 6 at the 18th Aggressor Squadron aircraft hangars.Thompson earned a 354th MDG Airman of the Month award and participated in the
  • I'm a Survivor: David Cline

    (This article is part of a series featuring Airmen and their families, as well as DOD civilians who have fought or continue to fight a battle with cancer. To view the previous story, click here.)For Senior Airman David Cline, a 354th Civil Engineer Squadron heavy equipment operator (dirt boy), the day began the same as any other. He was busy
  • Iceman in Action: Staff Sgt. Nadine Statham

    Rank and Name: Staff Sgt. Nadine StathamDuty Title: Pharmacy technician, 354th Medical GroupHometown: Crescent City, CaliforniaWhy is serving in the Air Force important to you? Serving in the Air Force is important to me because the Air Force took care of my brother in his time of need. It's the least I could do to give back to them and to show how
  • I'm a Survivor: Cathy Fitzgerald

    (This article is part of a series featuring Airmen and their families, as well as DOD civilians, who have fought or continue to fight a battle with cancer.)March 2008Cathy Fitzgerald, a financial and computer support assistant for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations detachment at Eielson had received care from Bassett Army Community
  • "Winter-vention" in full swing

    The 354th Force Support Squadron kicked off its "Winter-vention" campaign with a bang, bringing more than 1,000 Icemen and their families together to celebrate the yearly Fall Festival."Winter-vention" is a program created by the 354th FSS to provide events and activities for Icemen and their families during the winter."This is one of many events
  • Iceman in Action: Staff Sgt. Michael White

    Rank and Name: Staff Sgt. Michael WhiteDuty Title: Physical therapy technician, 354th Medical GroupHometown: Shelbina, MissouriWhy is serving in the Air Force important to you? Serving is important to me because I get to give back to our country.What moment or accomplishment as a member of the Iceman Team are you most proud of and why?  I am proud
  • 354 MDG providers gather for women's health awareness

    Women's health is a topic mainly connected with breast cancer, but there are many more health concerns women should be aware of.Osteoporosis, depression, cardiovascular disease and autoimmune diseases are among the most common concerns associated with women, but there are several others women don't always think of so health experts from the 354th
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