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There are pivotal moments in a person’s life that lead them to where they are today. Some moments test peoples’ abilities, emotions and strengths to the extreme, making success all the more triumphant. The mature decisions Ebony Shannon, 86th Medical Group training instructor, had to make at a very young age have validated her strength.
Coming into the new year, some people make a resolution to eat healthier. Picking the right foods to eat is only part of the process. Knowing how to prepare and store foods correctly can mean the difference between a healthier lifestyle and getting sick from under-prepared food.
When medical equipment for U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center Europe’s humanitarian assistance program needs to be cleaned, inspected and prepared for shipment, Airmen from the 86th Medical Group volunteered for the job.
The 86th Medical Group on Ramstein will begin patient registrations for enrolled beneficiaries into MiCare, the military’s online confidential secure medical messaging service.
The 86th Medical Group pharmacy will participate in the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center food court.
The 86th Medical Group public health flight is the first line of defense from the world’s smallest insurgents — viral and bacterial terrorist in the form of communicable disease. Keeping the public from receiving infections or diseases is its main priority.
The 86th Medical Group family health clinic recently won Air Force best supporting team by the surgeon general.
Field ready. Air power. Agile warfare. Combat lifesaver.
All of these terms have one common denominator; without the proper training and education, they mean nothing. Years of research and development have gone into creating the elite group that is the U.S. Air Force, and even during times of reduced funding, they must keep a sharpened edge.