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Heather Baxter has transformed her body and health by regulating her diet and dedicating time to fitness. The Vital 90 class helped Baxter take charge of her health after the birth of her second son. (Courtesy photo) Taking back their health
Heather Baxter works as a captain in the 19th ForceSupport Squadron civilian personnel flight through the week and serves as a captainon the weekend in the Air National Guard. She is another person who’s transformedher body and her health with diet and exercise.So Heather, what made you decide to become consistentwith diet and exercise
0 8/25
2016
U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Narda Spurgeon, 19th Airlift Wing Judge Advocate Legal Office superintendent, helped her team to achieve recognigtion as the Air Mobility Command Legal Office of the Year. She also works beyond her normal duty hours and takes on additional duties to compensate their extreme manning shortage and enables her unit to continue producing professional legal services. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kevin Sommer Giron) Combat Airlifter of the Week: Master Sgt. Narda Spurgeon
Rank/Name:  Master Sgt. Narda Spurgeon  Unit: 19th Airlift Wing Judge Advocate Position:  Law Office Superintendent Hometown:  Manchester, Jamaica Time on Station/ Time in Service:  11 months/ 17 years, 3 months Hobbies/Goals:  I enjoy cooking, reading and spending time with family. I plan to pursue a law degree upon retirement from active duty.
0 8/11
2016
The 19th Aerospace Medicine Squadron dental laboratory ensures Little Rock Airmen are ready to deploy by creating a variety of dental prostheses, such as dentures, crowns and night guards. The team utilizes the latest in dental technology such as computer aided-design and computer aided manufacturing. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Senior Airman Harry Brexel) Handcrafting dental readiness
Whenever U.S. Air Force combat airlifters need dental work, they often count on a small team of specialists at the 19th Medical Group Clinic. The unit works behind-the-scenes crafting unique dental prostheses as part of the 19th Aerospace Medicine Squadron dental laboratory element. They assist dentists by correcting dental conditions that
0 7/29
2016
U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Shawana Budde, 19th Force Support Squadron, right, walks with a volunteer from the 19th FSS throughout the night as she nears her goal of 24 hours straight 29 June, 2016, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Budde decided to walk for 24 hours straight when a member of her squadron was diagnosed with leukemia in an effort to raise more awareness to the disease as well as inspire all Airmen of Team Little Rock to take care of each other.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jeremy McGuffin)
Walk to Inspire
If someone told you they were going to walk for 24 hours straight, what would you think? “Why?” and “Are you crazy?” are likely responses, especially given it’s in the middle of summer with the heat index rising well above 90F with full humidity.Would your initial thought that this was a ludicrous cause change if you knew the person was walking to
0 7/11
2016
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Colton Lien, 19th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordinance Disposal technician, and his friends saved a woman from drowning June 25, 2016, at the Ouachita River Whitewater Park in Malvern, Ark. He grabbed a woman from a whirlpool in the river, and with the help of others, paddled her to safety and performed CPR until she regained consciousness. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Regina Edwards) Water safety skills prove life saver on Ouachita River
“HELP!”  “That scream was even more chilling than the water I and my friend were in,” he said. It was June 25, a normal Saturday of kayaking at the Ouachita River Whitewater Park for U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Colton Lien, 19th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordinance Disposal technician, and his friends when they witnessed a woman fall out
0 7/07
2016
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