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  • Healthy Canines for Canines

    Military working dog handlers keep busy working with dogs throughout the duty day. But after work, the dogs can't take care of themselves.Caring for a dog can be a lot of hard work. Especially when it's a MWD."This is a job that you have to want to do," said Kyle Tredway, 22nd Security Forces

  • Keeping her culture

    Dancing to Salsa and Merengue music through the house, cooking and eating dishes such as Bolon de Verde and celebrating Carnival are just a few of the Ecuadorian traditions she longs to keep alive.After living in Ecuador for 18 years, Airman Allison Campoverde, 22nd Medical Support Squadron medical

  • McConnell Airman sets nation's record

    After weighing in at 148 pounds, Airman 1st Class Benny Le, 22nd Security Forces Squadron entry controller, laced his shoes and waited to be called to the platform to perform his first lift in the event, the parallel squat."This is one of the biggest meets in my powerlifting career," said Le. "I

  • Airman sharpens leadership skills through speeches

    To his friends, he may seem a bit more charismatic lately. To his leadership, he appears to be a stronger communicator. For the Airmen he supervises, he became a better listener.For Staff Sgt. Ryan Lynn, 22nd Civil Engineer Squadron construction management NCO in charge, life is a continuous

  • 22nd MSG 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. Kevin Dunham, 22nd Civil Engineer Squadron structural journeyman, was selected as the spotlight performer for the

  • Guard Airmen help active duty Command Post

    Active duty, guard, and the reserves encompass the main components of the Air Force. While total force integration wasn't always a primary strategy, it is now a common practice in the military.McConnell's active duty component, 22nd Air Refueling Wing command and control section, called upon its Air

  • Airman's distinctive path ongoing

    It has never been about the destination, but rather, the journey. This saying rings true as each Airman has a unique story. Staff Sgt. Gregori Sena, 22nd Logistics Readiness Squadron individual protective equipment supervisor, has had a winding journey to the Air Force.Sena was born in the Dominican

  • Airman helps restore historic aircraft

    As a child, he spent countless hours drawing aircraft from his World War II book collection, daydreaming of what it would like to be inside of one.As an adult and veteran of 19 years, his aircraft dreams are still alive and even more vivid. Now, he spends much of his free time restoring one of the

  • Powerlifting to fitness

    Twelve hours of patrolling on the graveyard shift drained his energy, but not his drive. The job is done, but the work isn't.The Airman steps through the fitness club doors with only one goal in mind: to achieve powerlifting superiority. He sees an empty bench press. He feels the grip of the iron

  • Threading the needle

    Sounds from a needle punching through fabric can be heard down a hall, 'chuka chuka chuka.' The noise ceases momentarily and the Airman working the sewing machine wipes the sweat off his brow and dives right back into his passion. Senior Airman Devin Litton, 22nd Operations Support Squadron aircrew