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  • Behind the Curtains: Airmen taking care of Airmen

    The indoor stadium was erupting with energy as bystanders cheered for their fellow service members with loud applause and hopeful smiles. It was a friendly game of flag football, Air Force vs. Army, and the competition was fierce. According to some fans, it had been a while since the Air Force beat

  • Legacy, life of MLK remembered at Bagram Airfield

    The life and legacy of one of America's greatest slain heroes was remembered here Jan. 21 at the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation center's theater by a leader within the Area Support Group-Afghanistan.

  • Force protection Airmen vital to base security

    U.S. military bases throughout the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility rely on local and other non-U.S. contractors to support base construction and maintenance needs. To ensure the safety and security of base personnel and assets at Bagram Airfield, Airmen assigned to the force protection

  • Communications squadron keeps Airmen connected

    The 455th Expeditionary Communications Squadron reaches out and touches every part of the overall wing mission from maintaining communications switches and infrastructure to the network operations center and planning teams.

  • JET/IA Airmen bring expertise to the battlefield

    With Airmen and civilians scattered across 20 different locations in Afghanistan doing jobs such as training Afghans to fly helicopters, keeping their outposts secured with inspections or installing upgraded water pumps for local villages, the 955th Air Expeditionary Squadron plays a role in each of

  • Fingerprints to convicts: ACME tracks down the enemy

    Although he may not be disarming the improvised explosive devices outside the wire, Tech. Sgt. Timothy Ostberg, 955th Air Expeditionary Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, plays a unique role in disarming the enemy.