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  • Employers flying high after bosses' day

    Employers of 932nd Airlift Wing members received a first-hand look at the overall mission of the Wing during Boss Day, April 1. Among other things, they were treated to controlled explosions by the Wing's Explosive Ordnance Disposal team, its medical mission, as well as lunch on board one of the Wing's C-9Cs during a short flight around the St.
  • Aeromedical evacuation members train on visiting C-17

    Nineteen members of the 932nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron (AES) were able to test their skills and their stomachs on board a visiting C-17 Globemaster from March Air Reserve Base, Calif. The ensuing excitement was all in a day's work for the AES. The aircraft was already on the tarmac as the sun rose on Saturday of the August UTA. Ninety
  • Positions open

    Openings The 932nd Airlift Wing legal office is looking for two individuals to become paralegals. They must have an Airman Qualifying Examination of 51 or above, type 25 wpm, have a good military record, and be able to attend a six-week technical school. Any interested person should stop by the legal office to chat and receive a free cup of coffee
  • The Rear View Mirror

    Editor's Note: Col. Frank Mack will retire this year.As we drive along to a destination, we periodically glance into the rear view mirror to "check our six." Sometimes it's to check for potential dangers around us, and sometimes it's to appreciate the fact that we've safely passed by the slick spots, potholes, and construction zones. Sometimes,
  • Exercise tests lifesaving skills

    Members of the 932nd Airlift Wing from Scott AFB, practiced their life-saving skills alongside members of the 146th Medical Group from Channel Islands Air National Guard, Calif., during a joint exercise recently. According to Lt. Col. Richard Feldmeier, 932nd Medical Group deputy commander and exercise planner, the group of over 300, which
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