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  • 379th EMDS BTC delivers life-saving blood throughout CENTCOM

    With an ever changing battlefield, how does the U.S. Air Force ensure their service members have access to life-saving care anywhere in the world? For the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility, all blood related products circulate through the 379th Expeditionary Medical Squadron Blood

  • AFREP optimizes resources, ensures aircraft generation as sole AFCENT program

    Made up of Airmen from various maintenance backgrounds, the 379th Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron Air Force Repair Enhancement Program flight works to repair a wide array of assets, enabling the sustainment of aircraft and mission generation. AFREP’s mission is to optimize Air Force resources and

  • Unleashing Canine-TCCC

    Military healthcare specialists and working dog handlers have begun to team up for Canine Tactical Combat Casualty Care training to equip medical teams with indispensable knowledge on how to deliver swift and effective care to MWDs.

  • Airman joins Air force to chase aviation dream, better life for his family

    Airmen across the Air Force each have their own reasons as to why they choose to serve. Whether it is for better education, healthcare benefits, or wanting to be a part of something bigger than themselves, the goal is to proudly serve while creating a better life for themselves and others. For

  • 5th Space Warning Squadron keeps eyes in the sky

    A loud, wavering tone over an intercom signals service members to get to cover, but what if those alarms went off a few minutes late or did not go off in the first place?The U.S. Space Force Guardians, from the 5th Space Warning Squadron Detachment 2, are responsible for disseminating warning,

  • Moving blood across the Middle East

    Moving lifesaving blood products across the Middle East is no easy task, and the U.S. Central Command’s Theater Joint Blood Program manages it all.