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Luke Iverson and his brother Lane, sons of Master Sgt. Mike Iverson, 55th Security Forces Squadron flight chief, compete with one another to be the last sibling standing on the Key Log at the base lap-pool located in the Offutt Field House on Jan. 13, 2018. Just Rollin' at the Offutt Field House
Luke Iverson and his brother Lane, sons of Master Sgt. Mike Iverson, 55th Security Forces Squadron flight chief, compete with one another to be the last sibling standing on the Key Log at the base lap-pool located in the Offutt Field House on Jan. 13, 2018. The Key Log is a synthetic log filled with water to replicate a traditional cedar log used
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Weight Loss Challenge for the New Year
Health Promotions is proud to announce, starting in January, they will be conducting their inaugural Four Week Weight Loss Warrior Challenge.  This program will provide education, support, accountability and challenges for individuals to lose weight.  It will feature an individual as well as team component to stir the competitive spirit.  “There
0 12/20
2017
Airman 1st Class David Robb, 55th Security Forces Squadron elite guardsman, was recognized as part of U.S. Strategic Command’s H.E.R.O. (Helping Everyone Recognize Others) program Nov. 17, 2017, at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. Robb was recognized for performing CPR on a civilian that was in cardiac arrest at the base gym. Putting lifesaving skills to the test
For one airman, a routine workout at the Offutt Field House turned into an opportunity to put his life saving skills to the test.  Airman 1st Class David Robb, 55th Security Forces Squadron elite guardsman, was starting his warm-up lap during his daily workout Nov. 15, 2017, when something caught his attention. Robb saw enlisted and civilian gym
0 12/07
2017
Members of the Run Clinic sprint on the treadmills at the Offutt Field House at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska Sept. 29, 2017. Different muscles, different exercises: how Offutt’s Run Clinic is shaving off minutes
Last winter, a senior airman with the 97th Intelligence Squadron was in a panic. He had failed the run portion of the physical training test twice already, and if he failed it again he would be demoted to airman first class, losing pay he and his young family were counting on. It wasn’t that he didn’t work out. He ran three to four miles every day.
0 10/12
2017
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