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EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, FL -- Commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, Lt. Gen. Donny Wurster, pins the Air Force Combat Action Medal to Senior Airman Alex Eudy's shirt during an informal ceremony at the hospital here Feb. 3.  Airman Eudy also received The Purple Heart for injuries he received during his deployment in Afghanistan. An improvised explosive device destroyed the vehicle he and five other U.S. military members were traveling in Jan. 23. All six survived the attack. Airman Eudy, a special operations weatherman in the 10th Combat Weather Squadron at Hurlburt Field, FL, is on the mend and in good spirits after extensive surgery to his lower legs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Chief Master Sgt. Ty Foster) 'Angels of Mercy,' combat medics lead the way
The 96th Inpatient Operations Squadron may be the newest of six squadrons at Eglin's hospital, but the care it provides has a global impact on the Air Force mission. Traditionally, many view healthcare professionals providing hospital care as "angels of mercy." Today, our military combat medics wear their angel of mercy wings while supporting
0 4/02
2009
Maj. Scott Foley Applying Force Protection here at Eglin…what can you do to be prepared!
We are all briefed annually the essence of Force Protection is the ability to protect people and resources needed to successfully complete the mission. The United States Air Force provides the world's most lethal and technologically superior air and space combat force. Enemies of our great nation must attempt to counter our airpower by attacking us
0 3/25
2009
Default Air Force Logo Deployment preparation comes in different shapes, sizes
Deployments have become synonymous with putting on the uniform. As a combat-ready Airman, our training must always be up-to-date, bags ready and your personal affairs need back up plans. We must deploy prepared and focused on the mission at hand. Whether leaving the country or not, every Airman experiences the burden of a deployment. Some take on
0 2/05
2009
Default Air Force Logo A hangover that will live in infamy
(Editors note: Due to recent events, this commentary is being rerun to provide insight on how dangerous and damaging it can be to drink and drive.) Nobody ever did, or ever will, escape the consequences of his/her choices. No sane individual wants to live with the blood of another human being on their hands. I certainly don't. But on Oct. 19, I
0 12/30
2008
Gen. Don Hoffman Gifted individuals make for remarkable command
As the holidays approach, we have time to slow down, reflect on the accomplishments of the past year and recall the gifts in our lives and the sacrifices of those that have gone before. One example is that of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. On Dec. 25, 1776, George Washington and his troops battled a winter storm for 14 hours as
0 12/12
2008
Col. Brian Buell Taking Supervisor Responsibilities to Heart
The term "supervisor" is often used synonymously with that of manager or leader, yet each of those terms carries with it a unique set of responsibilities. Closer examination reveals that to be a good supervisor, you need to be both a good manager and a good leader. Neither, however, effectively highlights the most awesome responsibility of a
0 12/08
2008
Default Air Force Logo Self Inspection Program: A tool for every commander
Over the course of the last year, the Air Force Materiel Command's Inspector General's office has been diligently working to enhance the entire Self Inspection Program. In February, they hosted a week long Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century Rapid Improvement Event to get the program reenergized, if you will, and set out on an
0 12/02
2008
Default Air Force Logo 'Tis the season to be scammed
The holiday season is almost here. Ah, the smell of the turkey in the oven and homemade pies and let's not forget those gifts waiting to be unwrapped. The holiday season brings joy to most of us, but for those who don't use good Operational Security principles might just find themselves the victim of a scam, or worse, their identity stolen. "White
0 11/21
2008
Col. Scott Owens, 46th Seek Eagle Office Commander Team Eglin Airmen affected by domestic violence
I trust the subject of domestic violence and the fact that it affects Team Eglin Airmen is as disappointing for you as it is for me, but it's the truth. According to the Family Advocacy Program, there were 336 referred cases of domestic violence involving Team Eglin Airmen in FY2008. From a major command perspective, Eglin makes up approximately a
0 10/30
2008
Default Air Force Logo Making history is a team effort
On May 5, the Eglin Enlisted Heritage Committee was assembled and comprised of 13 enlisted representatives from around Team Eglin, chaired by Master Sgt. Keith McCabe. The committee consists of all ranks from airman 1st class to chief master sergeant. Each private organization, such as the Chiefs' Group, First Sergeants Council, Top 3, and Air
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2008
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