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  • 22nd OSS Airman meets leadership on Capitol Hill

    Tech. Sgt. Jeffrey Mikell, 22nd OSS air traffic control training and standardization NCO in-charge, was sent to the Pentagon as part of the Capitol Hill Visit Program late last year..Accompanied by Col. Albert Miller, 22nd Air Refueling Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Shawn Hughes, 22nd ARW

  • 22nd AMXS Airman brings 'Wichitalks' to life

    A 22nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Airman organized a forum for members of the community to discuss and share various ideas and passions during "Wichitalks" held Jan. 29, at The Labor Party, in Wichita, Kansas.Senior Airman Kevin Falting, 22nd AMXS crewchief, hosted the TED Talk-style event, which

  • Corvias housing team alleviates stress of moving

    Moving is one of the top stressors people can experience during their lives, and military members experience this stressor more than the rest of the population because of constant relocations and permanent change of stations.The base housing redevelopment will improve the quality of life for many

  • McConnell Airman saves life with bone marrow donation

    "When I was first diagnosed with leukemia, the doctors told me that it would be very difficult to find a 100 percent match," said Amy Moffitt, bone marrow recipient. "Then, God sent me an angel."The angel was no one else but an Airman from the 22nd Logistics Readiness Squadron, Maj. Timothy Morris,

  • Aircrew teach life lessons to Civil Air Patrol Cadets

    A McConnell pilot and navigator had their military aviation roots planted when they joined the Civil Air Patrol in their early teens.The aircrew members from the 384th Air Refueling Squadron, Captains Nathanial Beer, pilot, and Ryan Cobb, navigator, now dedicate several hours each week giving back

  • 60 YEARS IN THE AIR: A pilot's perspective

    (Editor's note: This article is part of a series looking back on the history of the KC-135 Stratotanker throughout the decades, leading up to the 60th anniversary of the KC-135's first flight in August 2016.)Many kids entertain big dreams about growing up to become a doctor, a lawyer or even a

  • Airman gives the gift of life on Christmas

    "I didn't think what happened that day would have happened so quickly," said Michael Hamilton a local restaurant cook and incident victim. "If she hadn't been here, there would have been more questioning, more chaos and less stability."It was this past Christmas and the restaurant was near empty.

  • 22nd LRS quick thinking keeps refueling the fight

    The ingenuity of 22nd Logistics Readiness Squadron Airmen saved flying operations here recently when a firetruck wouldn't start.An aircraft rescue and fire-fighting truck part malfunctioned Dec. 9, 2015. It was up to the 22nd LRS vehicle management team to get the part replaced or fixed. They chose

  • McConnell Couples: Airmen find faith in each other, Air Force

    A weekend ski trip in the mountains isn't as much of an exotic getaway for Airmen stationed in Europe as it might be for the average Kansas, but that happens to be exactly how one man met the love of his life.Then-Senior Airman Young Suh was at a club in Austria with some of his friends during a

  • 22nd OSS Airman earns spotlight performer

    As a spotlight performer, individuals are chosen by leadership for demonstrating the Air Force's Core Values: Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All We Do.Staff Sgt. Charles Geiser, 22nd Operations Support Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment continuation training instructor,