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A new member just enlisted into the 932nd Airlift Wing.  Lt. Col. Stan Paregien listened to one of the wing's newest recruits, Ryan Hill, as he talked about going into the surgical services medical area, and he smiled with pride among family members, following his enlistment into the 932nd Airlift Wing. He raised his right hand and enlisted, coming into the Air Force Reserve Command family on April 19, 2018, at Scott Air Force Base.  His recruiter is Master Sgt. Tabetha Coley, who drove across the river to witness the event. She works the west side of the Mississippi River and Saint Louis, Saint Peters and Saint Charles areas. Those who want to refer a friend to the unit can call 1-800-257-1212.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)
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Staff Sgt. Kaitlyn Kennedy, 932nd Airlift Wing Development and Training Flight Coordinator, talks about Air Force Reserve weekend training at Scott Air Force Base with Master Sgt. Tabetha Coley, 932nd Line Recruiter.  Coley and Deb Teague spoke to new unit members about finances during a recent drill weekend at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Those interested in attending future classes should call 932 Airman & Family Readiness at 229-7556 for more information.   Those interested in joining the unit may call 1-800-257-1212 to see the benefits and openings throughout the reserve system.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. Stan Paregien)
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At center, Master Sgt. Thomas Dissette, 932nd Airlift Wing, 932nd Medical Group, 932nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron, teaches a class on taking care of critically ill patients recently at Scott Air Force Base, Ill.  He works through the steps required to use a piece of equipment called the "Propaq", which helps monitor his simulated robotic patient, also known as "simulation man" (in background).  The Propaq MD offers multiple display modes to operate in bright sunlight or during night missions (NVG-friendly display). The battery system and AC power charger provide worldwide sea, land, and air operating capabilities for the rugged device.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. Stan Paregien)
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Spring CCAF graduates receive diplomas during ceremony with 932nd Airlift Wing commander, Col. Raymond Smith.
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Spring CCAF graduates receive diplomas during ceremony with 932nd Airlift Wing commander, Col. Raymond Smith.
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Spring CCAF graduates receive diplomas during ceremony with 932nd Airlift Wing commander, Col. Raymond Smith.
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Spring CCAF graduates receive diplomas during ceremony with 932nd Airlift Wing commander, Col. Raymond Smith.
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Spring CCAF graduates receive diplomas during ceremony with 932nd Airlift Wing commander, Col. Raymond Smith.
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New additions to the 932nd Airlift Wing meet with the Wing Commander and Command Chief.
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A quick stop to say thanks from two Illinois Congressmen.
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A quick stop to say thanks from two Illinois Congressmen.
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A quick stop to say thanks from two Illinois Congressmen.
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A quick stop to say thanks from two Illinois Congressmen.
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Master Sgt. Thomas Dissette, a member of the 932nd Airlift Wing's Medical Group, 932nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron, teaches a class on taking care of critically ill patients Mar. 6, 2018, at Scott Air Force Base, Ill.  He works through the steps required to use a piece of equipment called the "Propaq", which controls monitoring his simulated robotic patient, also known as "simulation man" (in background).  The Propaq MD offers multiple display modes to operate in bright sunlight or during night missions (NVG-friendly display). The battery system and AC power charger provide worldwide sea, land, and air operating capabilities for this device that Dissette used in the class. The system can monitor all physiologic parameters and provide numerous shocks for over six hours on a single battery charge.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. Stan Paregien)
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Employers will be glad to know that reservists of the 932nd Airlift Wing have a multitude of skills to bring to the workplace.  Here, the 932nd Maintenance Group members enjoy learning how to apply a tourniquet as part of a refresher course touching up on first aid skills. Self aid and buddy care classes were held in February and during the March 4, 2018, Unit Training Assembly at the 932nd Airlift Wing, Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Military members in the reserve unit always project a "can do" attitude and this is just one of many skills they learn in addition to their primary job.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. Stan Paregien)
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Medical personnel listen to instructions for their next step in a basic life saving class.  The course is a refresher for most members of the 932nd Medical Group and 932nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron seen here.  The instructor and demonstration video combination explained the intricate methods for taking care of babies and small children during this class held March 6, 2018, at the 932nd Medical Group, Scott Air Force Base, Ill.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. Stan Paregien) #932nd #AFReserve #airman
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