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  • 4th AF Command Chief visits wing

    Chief Master Sgt. Timothy White Jr., Fourth Air Force command chief, March Air Reserve Base, Calif., converses with Chief Master Sgt. Vicky Kuntz, 459th Air Refueling Wing command chief, and Chief Keith Cockey, 69th Arial Port Squadron chief enlisted manager, while participating in a friendly game during a holiday party at The Club at Andrews,
  • 11th MDG provides NCR eye services

    The month of October is a time we focus on vision impairments and blindness and an appropriate time to recognize the 11th Medical Group Warfighter Eye Center team. They routinely provide state of the art corrective laser eye surgery for eligible active duty members from all over the world, in addition to performing the advanced eye surgeries. The
  • Grand Opening of Airmen Ministry Center

    In an effort to strengthen spiritual fitness among dorm residents in the Joint Base Andrews community, the 11th Wing Chapel has opened the Airmen Ministry Center here Nov. 16, in building 1631. The goal of the center is to create a space for Airmen to feel safe strengthening their spiritual health with the support of one another.
  • Native warrior culture

    November has been designated as National American Indian Heritage Month since 1990. This is a time to celebrate the cultures, traditions, histories, and acknowledge the contributions of Native Americans.
  • 11th Medical Group recognizes Diabetes Awareness Month with a lunch and learn

    Diabetes Awareness Month is recognized each November. Dr. Omar Ahmed, 11th Medical Group internal medicine physician, kicked-off this year’s observance with a lunch and learn presentation on insulin resistance, for 29 Family Health Clinic providers and nurses. The 11th Medical Group disease management team served a healthy lunch and attendees discussed lifestyle changes for staff as well as patients.
  • Air Force Bioenvironmental Engineers bring advanced exposure surveillance to the front lines

    Modern battlefields have many sources of potentially harmful airborne substances, but that is not the only place that Airmen can be exposed to harmful environmental factors. Air Force bioenvironmental engineers are developing technology to track, catalogue, and provide useful data about environmental exposures that will help identify battlefield threats in real time and inform Airmen of the everyday exposures that affect their health.
  • Big changes in Information Technology at Air Force District of Washington.

    Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and Headquarters Air Force (HAF) customers will see a number of changes in Information Technology services in the near future.  The 844th Communications Group, along with the 744th Communications Squadron (744 CS) and 844th Communications Squadron (844 CS), are spearheading a number of cutting-edge
  • Celebrating National American Indian Heritage Month

     JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. – The cultural legacy of Native Americans remains an important part of the fabric and growth of the U.S. Each November their contributions are celebrated during National American Indian Heritage Month. “Native Americans have influenced every stage of America’s development,” President Donald J. Trump said in a proclamation
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