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Chief reflects on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Nearly 57 years before The Goodfellow Way, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I have a dream,” speech projected a vision so consumed with energy, leaders around the country continue to push for civil and economic rights and to end racism in the United States.
VVA Course: volunteers help victims get their power back
Team Shaw’s volunteer victim advocates work within the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program to provide crucial services to individuals who experience sexual assault, such as conducting nonclinical assessments, coordinating referrals and accompanying victims to appointments including medical evaluations and investigative interviews.
Stand down, stand up: 1 FW starts Ready Airmen Program
The 1st Fighter Wing at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, leads the way in combat capability and lethality in current operations worldwide, and serves as America's premier air dominance wing, led by next generation Airmen, integrated with its mission partners, and ready to fly, fight, and win...anytime, anyplace. In order to operate at this capacity, the Ready Aircrew Program establishes the minimum number of live training events and simulator missions that aircrews must complete during the annual training cycle to maintain readiness. But that does not prepare against all enemies.
Thanksgiving 2019: Commander’s holiday message for Team Hill
In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a federal holiday dedicated to reflecting upon all that our country had to be grateful for. As we enter this Thanksgiving season, I am constantly reminded of all that we have to be thankful for here at Hill Air Force Base.
The Lighthouse; guiding young Airmen to hope
The official opening and ribbon-cutting of the Lighthouse was held in Larcher Chapel, here, Nov. 1.The Lighthouse is a part of the Larcher Chapel where permanent party Airmen, airman basic to senior airmen, can interact and build connections with one another.“We chose the name ‘The Lighthouse’ because the lighthouse is the ultimate symbol of hope,”
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