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  • Laboratory technicians: small numbers, large impact

    Tech. Sgt. Richard Minton said he never really understood the impact of being a medical laboratory technician in the Air Force until he deployed to Afghanistan in 2012.There, he experienced firsthand the importance of his craft while delivering blood to servicemembers receiving treatment for

  • “Wicked Wanda” flies final mission

    Often described as low, slow and discreetly lethal, “Wicked Wanda” flew her last flight here Dec. 19, and is scheduled to officially retire in 2015. This historical AC-130H Spectre gunship has deployed in nearly every conflict the U.S. has been involved in, officially and unofficially, since the