LIGHTS: • Check that all lights function correctly. • Wrong bulbs in taillights make them too bright. Check license plate lights, park lights and headlight alignment. • Accessory lights are not authorized. If there are off-road lights on the vehicle, they must have the correct cover from the manufacturer, and the on/off switch […]
In the aftermath of being shot during a firefight in Afghanistan, several thoughts came to Staff Sgt. Tyronne Jones’ mind — among them was re-enlistment. Sadly, the date and location were not the only things that changed that day.
The 435th Con-tingency Response Group conducted a group-level indoctrination training event Feb. 24 to 28. Managed by the 435th Air Mobility Squadron, the event was held to prepare service members to provide mission support to U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa areas of responsibility.
Many things can discourage young Airmen arriving at a new base, let alone a new country. Fortunately for one Airman, she was able to overcome any concerns by using her core values to come up with solutions and make those worries fly away.
Lt. Col. (Dr.) Wesley Clarkson is a cardiologist and OIC of the Cardiology Clinic and Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.