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“The supreme quality for leadership is unquestionably integrity. Without it, no real success is possible...”—Dwight D. Eisenhower Letter to Airmen - Back to basics
Mobility Airmen,Now that combat operations in Afghanistan have officially come to a close, and we transition to new operations around the world, we must re-energize our focus on the basics essential to keeping us out of trouble.  It's time to re-evaluate how we safely accomplish our local and global mission.Like many sporting events, there are
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2015
Air Force Airman 1st Class Denise Medina, left, Senior Airman Joseph Cole, center, and Senior Airman Kyle Lee, right, all assigned to the 43rd Logistics Readiness Squadron, are added to the exercise passenger manifest by personnel deployment function personnel on Dec. 16 at Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina. The Group participated in a deployment exercise here Dec. 12 thru Dec. 16 as part of the new Air Force Commander’s Inspection Program. The deployment exercise focused on the Group’s ability to deploy over 100 expeditionary Airmen and equipment worldwide on short-notice. Passenger manifests are prepared for each chalk to ensure in-transit visibility from point of origin to final destination. (U.S. Air Force photo/Marvin Krause) 43rd Airmen participate in mobility exercise

0 12/16
2014
U.S. Army paratroopers and foreign jumpmasters board an Air Force Reserve Command C-130H Hercules aircraft from the 440th Airlift Wing, during 17th Annual Randy Oler Memorial Operation Toy Drop on Dec. 5 at Green Ramp, Pope Army Airfield, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Operation Toy Drop is the world’s largest combined airborne operation where Soldiers donate a toy to receive a lottery ticket number that are then randomly drawn for an opportunity to train and jump with foreign jumpmasters over Sicily Drop Zone. Foreign jumpmasters from Poland, Italy, Latvia, Germany, Indonesia and the Netherlands participated in this year’s event. Last year, Operation Toy Drop collected more than 12,000 toys that were donated to local charities and organizations across North Carolina. (U.S. Air Force photo/Marvin Krause) Mobility Airmen participate in 17th Annual Operation Toy Drop
Total Force mobility Airmen from Air Mobility Command, Air Force Reserve Command, Air National Guard and the German Air Force participated in the 17th annual Randy Oler Memorial Operation Toy Drop here Dec. 5 thru Dec. 6.Operation Toy Drop, hosted by the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne), is the largest joint
0 12/14
2014
Carlton Everhart II, Lieutenant General, USAF, Commander Letter to Airmen: The Year of Rapid Global Mobility
Mobility Airmen,This was a challenging year for our command, and mission success would not have been possible without your dedication and hard work.  In the face of budget uncertainty and force management decisions you continue to effectively accomplish the mission on a global scale in an environment with insatiable demand for the capability you
0 12/12
2014
PII Graphic Tool to safeguard PII scheduled for December rollout AF wide
The Digital Signature Enforcement Tool is scheduled for Air Force-wide integration Dec. 5, providing Microsoft Outlook email users with an interactive, automated virtual assistant to help ensure the security of personally identifiable information."I can't overstate the operational importance of preventing PII breaches," said Maj. Gen. B. Edwin
0 12/11
2014
Fort Bragg Airmen and Soldiers participate in the Air Force’s annual Operation Toy Trot 5K race here Dec. 3, collecting toys for the annual Randy Oler Memorial Operation Toy Drop scheduled for Dec. 5 thru Dec. 7. Over 150 servicemembers dressed in holiday and fitness attire, donated toys and competed in the 5K race around the Pope Field flight line to help kickoff this year’s U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command’s (Airborne) annual Operation Toy Drop. Over its 17-year span, Operation Toy Drop has collected and distributed thousands of toys for children in the Sandhills, North Carolina area. (U.S. Air Force photo/Marvin Krause) Pope Airmen and Fort Bragg Soldiers combine efforts for Operation Toy Trot
Pope Airmen and Fort Bragg Soldiers participated in the Air Force's annual Operation Toy Trot 5K race here Dec. 3, collecting toys for the annual Randy Oler Memorial Operation Toy Drop scheduled for Dec. 5 thru Dec. 7.Over 150 servicemembers dressed in holiday and fitness attire, donated toys and competed in the 5K race around the Pope Field flight
0 12/05
2014
43rd Medical Squadron What is Causing My Cavities?
One of the leading causes of tooth decay in the Air Force is the frequent consumption of beverages containing high amounts of sugar. Many young Airmen who visit the dental clinic tell us they have inherited bad teeth, but the science says they simply picked up bad habits. One of the most damaging habits is sipping on sugary drinks throughout the
0 11/18
2014
43rd Airlift Group Airmen participate in a Comprehensive Airman Fitness program sports day sponsored by the Air Force Sergeants Association, Chapter 367, on Oct. 3 at Pope Army Airfield, N.C. Activities included track and field events, mushball, softball, walleyball, basketball, dodgeball, tug-o-war, cornhole and a 3-mile ruck march. Squadron teams competed for trophies and the Group’s spirit flag. The 43rd Logistics Readiness Squadron and 43rd Force Support Squadron combined efforts to win 1st place overall and the Group’s spirit flag. (U.S. Air Force photo/Marvin Krause) 43 AG Airmen compete in Comprehensive Airman Fitness sports day

0 10/06
2014
Kelan Wall, 7, son of Master Sgt. Stephen Wall, 43rd Logistics Readiness Squadron, breaks nine boards in a row during the creative breaking event at the 6th annual U.S. Open Taekwondo Hanmadang competition in Colorado Springs, Colorado. After months of training, Kelan and his father, Master Sgt. Stephen Wall, 43rd Logistics Readiness Squadron, won gold medals in the three events he competed in, creative and power breaking and traditional forms. Kelan competed in four events and won gold medals in creative breaking and forms, a silver medal in traditional pairs and a bronze medal in traditional forms. There were a total of 1,600 competitors from 26 states and South Korea in this year’s two-day competition. (Courtesy photo/Melissa Wall) Pope father and son win gold medals at U.S. Open Taekwondo competition
A Pope Airman and his son recently won gold, silver and bronze medals in several taekwondo events during the 6th annual U.S. Open Taekwondo Hanmadang competition held in Colorado Springs, Colo.  Master Sgt. Stephen Wall, 43rd Logistics Readiness Squadron, his wife Staff Sgt. Melissa Wall, 43rd Medical Squadron and son Kelan, 7, traveled to Colorado
0 9/22
2014
18th Air Support Operations Group Leapfest team members, left to right, Master Sgt. Troy Misiak, Staff Sgt. Cassandra Napolitano-Romero, Tech Sgt. Christopher Allen, all combat weathermen assigned to the 18th Weather Squadron and Master Sgt. Warren Williams, a TACP with the 18th ASOG, finished third place during the annual Leapfest international static-line parachute competition held at West Kingston, Rhode Island, Aug. 2-4. (Courtesy photo) Pope parachute team finishes third at Leapfest
Four Airmen from the 18th Air Support Operations Group finished third place last month during the Rhode Island National Guard's annual Leapfest competition held at West Kingston, Rhode Island.This year's event held Aug. 2-4, consisted of 57 teams from the U.S. and international militaries that included participants from the United Kingdom, South
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2014
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