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  • Larson Awards program brings brightest ISR Airmen together

    Every year, 25th Air Force recognizes the best Airmen in a variety of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance career fields through the Larson Awards program.
  • Multi-domain innovation finds tactical edge through failures, successes

    New technology brings with it new opportunities to embrace and challenges to overcome. In finding solutions to the latest operational challenges, Airmen may not be successful on their first attempt, and that’s OK.
  • Fightin’ Fifty-Fifth unveils War Hawks logo

    The War Hawks logo was officially unveiled by the 55th Wing commander during a staff meeting here Jan. 25. The War Hawks name was chosen by Col. Michael Manion, 55th Wing commander, in the months following his change of command on June 8, 2017.
  • Fightin' Fifty-Fifth welcomes new commander

    The Fightin' Fifty-Fifth, Air Combat Command’s largest wing, welcomed a new commander during a change of command ceremony June 8.Col. Michael Manion assumed command of the 55th Wing from Col. Marty Reynolds during the time-honored military ceremony inside the Bennie Davis Maintenance Facility.Maj. Gen. Mary F. O’Brien, 25th Air Force commander,
  • Outstanding ISR Airmen given chance to shine with Larson Awards

    One thing the silent warfighters of American Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance seldom see is recognition for their hard work and dedication to the global ISR mission. That is why the Larson Awards are vital to 25th Air Force, National Air and Space Intelligence Center and the Airmen they recognize through the program.
  • Airman Resilience Teams keep Silent Warriors ready to fight, ready for life

    Whether active-duty Air Force, civilian or contractor, life happens, and you can’t always be prepared for it. An important part of making daily Air Force missions happen is ensuring Airmen are ready for what life hands them.
  • Offutt NCO receives top level safety award

    An Offutt senior NCO was recently recognized as the Air Force’s 2016 Safety Professional of the Year. Master Sgt. Roger Scott, who is the superintendent of the wing safety office, received the award for his contributions to safety programs in support of Offutt and multiple locations in the Middle East area of operation where he was deployed in
  • Offutt Firefighters Protect the Environment and Ensure Fire Protection

    They are called Aqueous Film-Forming Foam agents and they are the most effective foams available to defeat flammable liquid fires.   This fact alone would explain why Air Force bases have been interested in them, not including how they provide rapid extinguishment, cooling, vapor sealing to inhibit re-ignition, and have a long storage life with no
  • Offutt Airmen Among AFMS 2016 Award Winners

    The Air Force Surgeon General has announced the recipients of the Air Force Medical Service 2016 individual and team Annual Awards.The nominations submitted reflect the extraordinary quality of the Airmen in the Air Force Medical Service. The accomplishments of those recognized demonstrate expertise, leadership and commitment across the full
  • Benevolence sweeps Offutt

    The temperature outside remains frigid but the days of mistletoe are nothing more than a memory. There is one thing that survived the long lines and family get-togethers of the season and that is the benevolence Team Offutt has shown in the Combined Federal Campaign. “This year Team Offutt took a step back and realized we needed an obtainable
  • Catfishing: Don’t get lured in

    Dating in today’s technologically savvy world seems to have become less personal. In many cases, finding someone to spend time with might be based on information obtained through dating websites, phone calls, texts, chats and instant messages. The big question amidst the barrage of electronic information - Is the person on the other end, someone you have never met, worthy of your time? Is the potential date being sincere and honest, or is disaster just one click away?
  • Promoting fitness - one plank at a time

    Death, deployment, facing the consequences of a failed Physical Fitness Assessment, all can be stressful factors for military members and they can compound without a strategy to address them. Besides taking full advantage of the various helping agencies on base, an important factor to remember is that Brief, consistent exercises throughout the day
  • Offutt Hosts Wounded Warrior CARE Event

      Offutt’s Air Force Wounded Warrior CARE event wrapped-up with a closing ceremony Sept. 22 after more than 120 Wounded Warriors, their caregivers and families seriously or very seriously wounded, ill or injured Total Force recovering service members and their caregivers and families seriously or very seriously wounded, ill or injured Total Force
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