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Airman Insight: Lt. Col Jaime Ramirez

Story by SrA Rachel Loftis on 02/10/2019 MIDDLETOWN, Pa. Lt. Col. Jaime Ramirez, commander of the 193rd Special Operations Maintenance Squadron, has served in the military for over 25 years. He spent 12 years on active duty, eight as a drill-status guardsman and the past five on active guard reserve.
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SC National Guard Battery awarded the Hamilton Award

Story by CPT William Duvall on 02/09/2019 CLEMSON, South Carolina - Brig. Gen. Brian W. Gibson, Commandant, Fires Center of Excellence (FCoE), Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, awards Charlie Battery, 2nd 263rd Air Defense Artillery Battalion (ADA BN), South Carolina National Guard, the Hamilton Award, recognizing Charlie Battery as the Best Army
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Retired officer who lost legs in Iraq talks of faith at Fort Benning prayer breakfast

Story by Franklin Fisher on 02/08/2019 FORT BENNING, Ga. A retired Army officer who lost both legs to a roadside bomb in Iraq told a prayer breakfast audience here Feb. 8 that his faith in God was crucial to getting through a long, grueling recovery from his wounds. Retired Army
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Alley Cats lead the way in T-1 pilot production

Story by A1C Beaux Hebert on 02/08/2019 Last year, the 48th Flying Training Squadron "Alley Cats" were the leading creator of Air Force pilots, graduating 233 pilots. Due to their hard working instructor pilots and staff, the Alley Cats are excelling at meeting the demands of the Air Force during
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Fort Benning commander speaks about African-American representation in leader, mentor roles in combat arms

Story by Megan Garcia on 02/08/2019 FORT BENNING, Ga. During National African American History Month, the Army pauses to specifically honor African-American Soldiers, their contributions to the nation during conflict and their service to the Army as a whole. African-American Soldiers have served with distinction since the Revolutionary War and
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Medical training becomes a matter of life and death

Story by SFC Michael Cox on 01/17/2019 Camp Bullis, Texas- Training is what Soldiers do to prepare for missions during both peace and war time. Training is designed and simulated to be as realistic and demanding as possible. But what happens when a training event becomes a real world situatio
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