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  • Career advisors pave way for Airmen

    While the mission takes precedence, career enhancement opportunities are available to U.S. Air Force Airmen at Joint Base Langley-Eustis. Airmen are provided the opportunity to map a successful career path by making an appointment with a career assistance advisor.

  • What getting DUIs really cost

    When an Airman receives a driving under the influence charge, they are eligible to receive both a civilian conviction, if caught off base, as well as a punishment given at their commander’s discretion. The final sentence could cost thousands of dollars in fines, suspension of their license, negative

  • Cousins climb through AF ranks together

    Chief Master Sgt. Brandon Dunston, 74th Aircraft Maintenance Unit superintendent, and his older cousin, Lt. Col. Christopher Dunston, 723rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron commander, both promoted during a joint promotion ceremony June 28.

  • Four rescue squadrons deploy, return together

    Rescue Airmen from the 23d Wing recently returned from a deployment where they provided around-the-clock personnel recovery coverage in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.

  • Team Moody, FBI partner for training

    Members of Team Moody and the FBI partnered for roadside bomb and weapons of mass destruction training May 22 through 25 at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia.

  • Medical technicians care for greatest assets

    Medical technicians are normally the first to see a patient, leaving them to assess if someone is simply sick or should be in an emergency room. After recognizing a patient with life-threatening symptoms, one of Team Moody’s medical technicians was recently honored for quickly responding to a

  • Moody Airman overcomes battle with alcoholism

    “I was in a ball crying and saying, ‘I need help.’ My wife didn’t know what to do. I’d already been through in-patient once, and she didn’t know how to fix me.” After relapsing and turning back to the bottle, Staff Sgt. Jaiopalanta Jones, 23d Equipment Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment

  • Bataan Death March: Airman Honors POW grandfather

    Starvation, torture and a 70-mile march to concentration camps or dying in the process were the only options Philippine soldier Ricardo Plana faced after the U.S. surrendered the Bataan Peninsula to the Japanese during World War II.Now, 75 years later, his grandson, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Max