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  • Stop The Bleed

    Recognizing the importance of responding to a potential mass trauma event, JBA became the first installation in the Department of Defense to make bleeding control kits and training available installation wide on March 29, 2018.
  • Strength in recovery: victim becomes advocate

    It was not the 21st birthday she was expecting. She got off of work at midnight, and her co-worker asked her if she wanted to celebrate. Tired, but still wanting to have some fun, she agreed.
  • A public health summer message – helpful tips to prevent ticks

    National Public Health Week runs from April 2-8, 2018. The 11th Medical Group, Public Health Flight, will have a series of information displays set up at the 11 MDG clinic, JBA commissary and west side gymnasium, to pass along helpful tips regarding ticks and how to help keep everyone safe while outside.
  • JBA, Dover units transport ground-breaking NASA probe

    89th Aerial Port Squadron and 3rd Airlift Squadron Airmen, along with NASA employees, loaded the Parker Solar Probe onto a 3rd Airlift Squadron C-17 Globemaster III on Joint Base Andrews, Md., April 3, 2018. The probe will travel from JBA to Astrotech Space Operations in Titusville, Fla., where it will go through its final integration and testing before launching from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center this summer. The probe is slated to fly closer to the sun than any spacecraft made by NASA and increase our understanding of space weather patterns.
  • Maryland’s lieutenant governor visits JBA

    Col. E. John Teichert and other base leaders gave Maryland Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford a tour of JBA to strengthen military-community relations.
  • Ceremonial guardsman showcases AF excellence in hometown

    As Airman 1st Class Liam Cain, U.S. Air Force Honor Guard ceremonial guardsman, started marching, cheers erupted from the crowd of parade goers dressed in green. Large groups of attendees lined the city streets as parade performers strode in kilts to Irish themed music while the sounds of bagpipes bounced off the city buildings.
  • Women’s History Month: This girl is on fire

    Airman 1st Class Ashley Castle-Johnson, 11th Logistics Readiness Squadron fire truck mechanic, works on a P-23 fire truck on Joint Base Andrews, Md., March 8, 2018. Castle-Johnson, the only female mechanic in her shop, is responsible for maintaining fire trucks used and operated on base. She says she is proud to represent women in a predominantly male career field.
  • Junior officers learn lessons of leadership

    More than 50 company-grade officers participated in the second annual Company Grade Officer Leadership Summit, hosted by the 11th Wing here, March 1.
  • JBA honors Women's History Month

        The 11th Security Forces Group along with the 11th Medical Group are scheduled to host multiple events in the National Capital Region in honor of Women’s History Month throughout March.    Since March 1987, WHM has paid tribute to the outstanding accomplishments made by women.   “These events will be very educational to all, not just the women
  • Nutrition care easily accessible via telehealth appointments

    The U.S. Air Force Medical Service is working to increase access to high level nutrition care using tele-medical nutrition therapy.
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