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  • Gun truck exhibit tells history

    One Misawa Airman, Senior Master Sgt. Matthew Wickham, 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle manager, had a key role in the latest exhibit addition at the Enlisted Heritage Hall at Maxwell Air Force Base's Gunther Annex, Ala. The exhibit - a Convoy Gun Truck - was unveiled during a ceremony at the museum July 23 and recognizes the role Airmen
  • Maintaining healthy vision

    At the optometry clinic some of the most frequent questions we hear are about how often someone should have their eyes examined. For most people, a comprehensive eye examination is recommended every two years, even if you don't wear glasses. A comprehensive examination does more than just determine whether or not you need glasses. Your eyes are
  • Kadena takes part in Valiant Shield

    Kadena-based units departed Okinawa Sunday, August 5, 2007 on their way to Guam to join fellow Airmen and sister services in the joint Exercise Valiant Shield which runs through August 14. The 44th Fighter Squadron, with elements of the 67th FS, and the 961st Airborne Air Control Squadron and 909th Air Refueling Squadron will participate along with
  • Vanuatu trip impacts team, residents

    A team of ten Army, Navy and Air Force medical personnel returned Saturday from a medical humanitarian assistance mission to the island Country of Vanuatu. The medical personnel donated ten refurbished and upgraded Automated External Defibrillators to Santos Porta Villa General Hospital, conducted Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Train-the-Trainer
  • US services help train Tongans

    A team of Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen from U.S. Pacific Command conducted a joint medical mission in Tonga July 6 through 20. Three Soldiers, two Sailors and an Airman conducted training with members of the Tonga Defense Services. The mission included a combat first-aid instructor course, post traumatic stress disorder training, water testing and
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