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Members of Team Whiteman participate in the E-Cycle Blast Plus class at the fitness center on Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., Jan. 30, 2017. The class challenges the upper and lower body with resistance, interval and flat ride training to a variety of music. The plus class includes an extra 15 minutes of core work at the end of the class. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Miguel Lara III) Fitness ‘sanctuary’ for families
Sanctuary is often defined as a place of worship and a place to take refuge. Fitness enthusiasts who seek a ‘sanctuary’ to practice their craft often find themselves in a common place of ‘worship’—the fitness center.
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Default Air Force Logo The ER is too far
An emergency can happen anytime, to anyone, anywhere, but not all emergencies require an Emergency Room (ER) visit. Some can be treated at a local urgent care center (UCC).
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Members of the individual protective equipment (IPE) shop assigned to the 509th Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS) perform an inventory check in support of the 442d LRS at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., Jan. 18, 2017. The Airmen ensured the content in the storage containers were correctly sealed and did not pass their expiration date. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Danielle Quilla) First car helps build solid foundation
Gripping the steering wheel and taking a deep breath, he inhaled the new car scent. After months of walking from place to place, the Airman finally had a vehicle to call his own. On July 25, 2016, U.S. Air Force Airman Joerimer Collado, an individual protective equipment (IPE) specialist with the 509th Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS) at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, bought his first car with the help of his supervisor.
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Default Air Force Logo One team, one fight
Joining the Air Force isn’t just a job. It is an oath, a commitment to a set of values, a lifestyle. However, this doesn’t mean that Airmen shouldn’t have hobbies outside of work. For some, this meant becoming part of the Whiteman Air Force Base varsity traveling basketball team and building relationships while participating in something they’re passionate about.
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2016
Members of the Whiteman Air Force Base Honor Guard practice a six-man funeral ceremony at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., Nov. 2, 2016. Made up of members from different units throughout the base, the Whiteman Honor Guard performs funeral and military honors in support of 99 counties in Missouri and 19 counties in Kansas, covering more than 70,000 square miles, one of the biggest areas of responsibility in all of Air Force Global Strike Command. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joel Pfiester) Sharp, crisp, motionless: Whiteman AFB Honor Guard performs with pride
“On behalf of the president of the United States, the United States Air Force, and a grateful nation, please accept this flag as a symbol of appreciation for your loved one’s honorable and faithful service.”For many spouses and family members, a funeral ceremony accompanied by this phrase may be the last impression they will have of the U.S. Air
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2016
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Pablo Novel-Valdez, left, and Senior Airman Lance Voegtline, biomedical equipment technicians (BMET) with the 509th Medical Support Squadron, inspect dental equipment at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., Oct. 13, 2016. BMETs are responsible for ensuring approximately 1,043 equipment items at the medical group are functioning correctly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Danielle Quilla) Biomedical has the fix on your health
The blood pressure machine beeped as the cuff slowly released the pressure from the patient’s upper arm. Standing at five foot ten inches, the dedicated long distance runner thought this would be a routine check-up. However, to his surprise, the nurse read off the measurement to be 140 over 90. Does this mean stage one hypertension or a machine error?
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2016
Melissa E. Lewman, the master planning manager and directorate of public works assigned to U.S. Forces-Afghanistan, stands on an armored vehicle at Bagram Airfield (BAF), Afghanistan, May 11, 2016. Lewman was responsible for managing more than 77 high profile projects and overseeing identification and documentation of more than 2,800 properties on BAF. (U.S. Army photo by Jet Fabara) Whiteman civilian supports Operation FREEDOM’S SENTINEL
With her hair tied up in a bun and “DOD CIVILIAN” sown on the left of her multicam uniform, one civilian deployed a year alongside U.S. service members in support of Operation FREEDOM’S SENTINEL.
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2016
U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Michael Becker, the explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) flight chief assigned to the 509th Civil Engineer Squadron, poses next to a F6A robot at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., Aug. 22, 2016. Becker is the Air Force recipient of the 2016 Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs Grateful Nation Award for his superior conduct in the war on terrorism and designing new state-of-the-art robotics systems to keep Airmen safe inside assault vehicles during missions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Danielle Quilla) Whiteman Airman receives 2016 JINSA Grateful Nation Award
Every year since 2003, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) Grateful Nation Award is presented to six members, one from each branch of the U.S. Armed Forces and the U.S. Special Operations Command, who are recognized for having distinguished themselves through superior conduct in the war on terrorism.
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2016
U.S. Air Force Maj. Michael Granberry, the 394th Combat Training Squadron T-38 Talon assisted director of operations of the Companion Trainer Program (CTP), adjusts his gear prior to boarding a T-38 Talon aircraft at Whiteman Air Force Base, July 12, 2016. Unsecured gear during in-flight emergencies can lead to complications during egress procedures. Talons Out: Companion Trainer Program keeps pilots in air
The T-38 Talon plays a vital role in the Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., mission; it provides the needed training for pilots to keep the B-2 Spirit in the air. Pilots have monthly in-flight training requirements that must be met in order maintain their mission ready status. Every pilot stationed here depends on the T-38 aircraft to obtain and maintain their certification requirements.
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Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Robert Fortney, center, a former 13th Bomb Squadron (BS) commander, and his family tour the B-2 Spirit during their visit with Lt. Col. Matthew Newell, third from right, the current 13th BS commander, and fellow Team Whiteman members at Whiteman Air Force Base (AFB), Mo., July 26, 2016. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, Fortney was chief of the control division at Barksdale AFB, La. He later transferred to Andersen AFB, Guam as the vice commander from June 1966 through July 1968. While at Andersen, he flew numerous B-52 Stratofortress missions over Vietnam. In 1968, he served as base commander of Blytheville AFB, Ark., until his retirement in June 1971. (U.S Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jazmin Smith) 13 BS upholds legacy: I wanted to fly
Retired Col. Alvin R. Fortney commanded the 13th Bomb Squadron (BS) during the Korean War from December 1951-July 1952. Since he held the rank of major at the time he was selected, Fortney also received a spot promotion to lieutenant colonel as the position was slated. During his command, he was instrumental in bringing about the conversion of the 13th BS to a “hardnosed” squadron.
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