Tag: coronavirus
  • Team Whiteman agencies and BCC host drive-in movie night, foster healthy community

    The Whiteman Base Community Council hosted an outdoor movie to celebrate military spouses, on July 11.Approximately 25 military and family members attended the event co-hosted by the Whiteman Comprehensive Airman Fitness group and base key spouses.“This pandemic has had an effect on all of us, but especially families and kids because many folks
  • Mandatory face mask policy to take effect July 3

    Team Whiteman,We have recently seen an increase in Covid-19 cases within Missouri, our local counties, and the Whiteman Air Force Base community. As the threat grows, we must improve in our community response. Accordingly, in an effort to continue to prevent the spread of Covid-19, and consistent with the declared Public Health Emergency currently
  • Whiteman AFB changes installation health protection condition to Bravo

    Team Whiteman directed Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Bravo, June 15, 2020 to combat the spread of COVID-19 across the Department of the Air Force and our local Missouri communities.HPCON Bravo indicates installation personnel remain at a heightened risk of exposure and should continue follow strict health protection measures to include, but
  • Whiteman EOD Airmen continue to train and respond amid the coronavirus pandemic

    In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic there is a team on Whiteman Air Force Base with an explosive mission that doesn’t just stop.The 509th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal team continues to train and is ready to respond to emergencies throughout the Midwestern United States, with slight modifications to maintain mission
  • #WhitemanSalutesKC wows thousands, thanks medical professionals, healthcare workers, first-responders

    Team Whiteman participated in the Air Force Salutes flyover, Apr. 28, by executing a flyover across the Kansas City, Sedalia and Warrensburg area hospitals.The flyover, tagged #WhitemanSalutesKC, showcased military support for all healthcare workers, essential employees and first-responders while instilling hope and a sense of national unity.“My