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  • Fort Bragg celebrates Women’s Equality Day

    Team Bragg members celebrated Women's Equality Day Aug. 26 with a combined yoga exercise at the Polo Field and an observance at the Conference and Catering Center hosted by the 43rd Airlift Group and Team Bragg's Equal Opportunity Office.The celebration marked the 95th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to
  • 43rd AG exercises deployment readiness

    Airmen from the 43rd Airlift Group participated in an operational readiness exercise here Aug. 3-4 testing their ability to deploy personnel and equipment worldwide on short-notice.The deployment exercise was initiated by Col. Kenneth Moss, 43rd AG commander, with a recall of personnel and a deployment execution order informing the installation
  • 43rd AG stands up air base and air mobility squadrons at Pope Field

    Airmen from the 43rd Airlift Group activated and assigned command to two new squadrons, while inactivating three squadrons and redesignating one squadron, during several formal ceremonies held here on July 1.The 43rd Air Mobility Squadron and the 43rd Air Base Squadron unfurled their new unit guidons combining Airmen and functions from multiple
  • Letter to Airmen - The Core Values

    "To understand, accept, and internalize the Core Values, our people must be allowed and encouraged to engage in an extended dialogue about them and to explore the role of the values at all levels of the Air Force."                   - United States Air Force Core Values, 1 January 1997Mobility Airmen,The statement above mentions engaging in an
  • Pope Airmen run to honor fallen aerial porters

    The 3rd Aerial Port Squadron hosted two memorial 'Port Dawg' 5K runs around the flightline here May 13 to honor fallen air transportation Airmen.More than 100 Airmen and family members participated in the 5K runs to remember and honor Total Force aerial porters who lost their lives Air Force-wide in 2014."It's our obligation as aerial porters and
  • U.S. and U.K. mobility Airmen put the “Air” in Airborne during multinational exercise

    U.S. Air Force and British Royal Air Force Mobility Airmen and 25 aircraft conducted the largest multinational Combined Joint Operational Access Exercise over the last 20 years alongside U.S. Army and British soldiers here Apr. 10 through Apr. 17.The purpose of this exercise was to prepare United States Transportation Command units, Air Mobility
  • AMC Command Surgeon visits 43 AG

    The command surgeon of Air Mobility Command, Brig. Gen. Kory Cornum, visited the 43rd Airlift Group Apr. 22 to meet with medical Airmen and learn about their units' missions and initiatives.During his visit, Cornum met with Col. Kenneth Moss, commander of the 43rd Airlift Group, toured Pope's medical facilities and met with Airmen from the 43rd
  • Are you brushing your teeth away?

    How hard are you brushing your teeth? Are you using a soft bristled toothbrush? Is the area where your tooth meets your gums sensitive? The answers to these questions are factors when determining if you have toothbrush abrasion.Many people believe the harder they brush their teeth, the cleaner they are. This is false and harmful to your teeth and
  • Pope CGOs attend new professional development seminar

    Fifteen company-grade officers participated in a newly created three-day professional development seminar March 17-19 held in the Airman's Center.The seminar, facilitated by 10 senior NCOs and four officer volunteers, included topics such as Air Force standards and discipline, military justice, ethics and core values, enlisted force structure and
  • Letter to Airmen - Accomplishing the Mission Safely and Responsibly

    Mobility Airmen,In my last letter to you, I asked you to call "time out" and re-evaluate how we can safely accomplish our local and global mission. Since then, our wings have held safety down days and the feedback I have received from your leadership has been very positive.We are off to a good start, now I challenge you to continue to maintain that