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  • FOD free or go home

    For most, general safety procedures are common place and incorporated amidst the daily work routine. However, there’s one position that makes safety not only the routine, but the priority.
  • DM Airman named pilot of the year

    A 354th Fighter Squadron A-10 Thunderbolt II pilot was recognized as the Old Pueblo Daedalian Flight pilot of the year during the 2019 Old Pueblo Daedalian Flight Air Force Association Annual Christmas Dinner and Awards Program at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, Dec. 5, 2019.
  • Walking in DM's winter wonderland

    The 355th Force Support Squadron hosted Winterfest at the Blanchard Recreation Complex at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Dec. 7, 2019.
  • Arming up the Gatling gun

    A U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II sits in a 355th Equipment Maintenance Squadron hangar at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, Nov. 5, 2019. The 30 mm GAU-8/A seven-barrel Gatling gun is the primary weapon of the A-10. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jacob T. Stephens)
  • Eyes in the sky keep planes flying high

    With just under 900 arrivals and departures a month, the flight line at Davis-Monthan is the busiest single runway in Air Combat Command.
  • Combat Kings to the refuel

    From airdrop and combat search and rescue capabilities to performing helicopter air-to-air refueling, HC-130J Combat King IIs are essential assets for a variety of operations.A Combat King assigned to the 79th Rescue Squadron from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, trained with HH-60G Pave Hawks assigned to the 56th RQS from Aviano Air Base,
  • Mental Health clinic here to help

    The brain is the engine of the body and like an engine, it requires maintenance from time to time.The 355th Medical Group Mental Health clinic’s mission is building human capital by supporting the human weapons system and ensuring optimal mental health for a fit and ready force.“The benefit of services is quality of life improvement,” said U.S. Air
  • HPO, DTC: partnering for resiliency

    The transition from a deployed environment to home station can be a shock to many. The Human Performance Optimization program at the 48th Rescue Squadron, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, is working towards getting ahead of potential stressors that Airmen of the 48th RQS may experience as a result of the re-deployment process.The HPO team is
  • Quest to inspire readiness

    Recently, the Air Force Chief of Chaplains visited some of our deployed Airmen in an undisclosed location. I happened to be one of those Airmen.The distinguished visitor came to encourage and motivate us. He was there to give us the spiritual and moral support we earnestly needed to succeed in our expeditionary tasks. The Chief of Chaplains was on
  • Depression, the opportunity for reconnection

    As a Psychologist, I am frequently asked by my patients about the seriousness of their condition: “What does this mean? Am I crazy to be feeling this way? Do I have mental issues?”Medical terminology is sometimes applied to a pop culture definition that usually leaves one feeling lost and confused about what is actually happening. Mental issues, or