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  • Bridging the gap

    In the daily grind of training and preparing to win the high-end fight, it can be hard to step away and develop the relationship between Airmen and their leadership.
  • Dietary Choices impact Physical and Mental Health

    Diet plays a significant role in our physical and mental health. Both overconsumption and malnutrition contribute to a number of health problems in developed countries including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and premature mortality. Not surprisingly, poor diet is also associated with increased risk for mental health problems including depression and anxiety. People with unhealthy diets often suffer problems with mood, energy, sleep, and concentration, and are at higher risk for developing mood disorders.
  • DM units win air rescue awards

    A couple of 355th Wing squadrons received Air Rescue Association awards during a ceremony in Tucson, Arizona, Oct. 5, 2019.The ARA is a fraternal organization of U.S. Air Force rescue personnel dating back to WWII.  The awards presented recognize Air Force active duty or reserve component units and Airmen for outstanding performance and commitment
  • Air Rescue Association visits DM

    The Air Rescue Association held their annual reunion luncheon at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, Oct. 4, 2019.
  • Falling with Style

    The Guardian Angel Military Freefall Jumpmaster Course was held at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base from Sept. 16 to Oct. 4, 2019. The course is a United States Department of Defense Special Operations Command accredited freefall jumpmaster course designed to train senior military parachutists on running a military parachute operation. The training
  • AFA Tucson chapter hosts luncheon

    The Air Force Association Tucson Chapter 105 held a luncheon at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Sept. 27, 2019.The event was hosted for members to learn about the wing, the future of Davis-Monthan and to interact with leadership and the new generation of Airmen.“The event was well put together and informative for everyone who attended,” said Airman
  • MWD: Partner in fighting crime

    The excitement and anticipation from a military working dog is evident as soon as a handler steps into the kennel each morning. That’s their person, their partner, and the bond between them is a strong one. To a handler, they are not only working dogs, they are family.
  • Boneyard Run 2019

    Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is hosting the Annual Desert Boneyard Run at the 309th Aircraft Maintenance and Regeneration Group, Oct. 5, 2019.This 5K/10K will begin at 8 a.m. and is open to the public. It allows participants to run through the largest air power reservoir in the world and experience more than 4,000 aircraft that call the AMARG home.
  • Boost Mental Health with Nutrition

    The foods that we eat on a daily basis play a dynamic role in our brain chemistry. Foods help regulate mood, emotions and brain-signaling pathways. Healthy foods help to keep the brain healthy, while unhealthy foods can contribute to sluggishness, brain “fog,” and mood symptoms, among other health problems.
  • DM hosts Civil Air Patrol “Fly-Day”

    Davis-Monthan Air Force Base hosted a Cadet Orientation Flight “Fly-Day” with Civil Air Patrol on base, Sept. 22, 2019. The event included the execution of 26 cadet orientation flights, supported by six Arizona Wing Civil Air Patrol Cessna 182 aircraft, as well as tours to help the cadets learn more about aviation.“Today we are focusing on two