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  • Bombs and BMX: Finding a balance between work & life

    For some, the key to a good work-life balance includes the addition of hobbies to their day-to-day life. Whether it is reading, video games, golf or paintball, the list can go on and on. For Senior Airman Marshall Sutton, 2nd Maintenance Group weapons lead crew member, his hobbies come with two

  • Former Chief’s legacy lives on with street naming

    Barksdale honored a man who served over 50 years of combined active duty and Department of Defense civil service by dedicating a street to him.Al Benner Street, which now runs between two Fabrication Flight buildings, was renamed after retired Chief Master Sgt. Alvin Benner, during a ceremony on

  • Contracting Airman develops program, joins Kessel Run

    In today’s war fighting efforts, innovation is a key component when it boils down to who comes out on top. That is why ground-breaking and out-of-the-box thinking is promoted and needed from all levels of personnel.Airman 1st Class Maxwell Lehmann, 2nd Contracting Squadron specialist, has been a

  • Off-duty 2nd SFS defender rescues teenager

    One moment he’s looking over a design for a tattoo, the next he’s saving someone’s life.Second Lt. Adam Sacchetti, 2nd Security Forces Supply and Logistics officer in charge, removed a 17-year-old from a smoking car following an accident in San Antonio on April 6, 2018.

  • 2nd CONS Airman develops innovative accountability system

    The progression of the Air Force is structured and built upon the innovative ideas of Airmen at every rank.As an Airman basic, members are required to learn their job and how they fit into the Air Force. Airman Maxwell Lehmann, 2nd Contracting Squadron specialist, proved that individuals can go

  • Airman goes above and beyond

    An Airman assigned to the 2nd Operational Support Squadron helped rescue victims during Hurricane Harvey.Senior Airman Bradley Matheney, 2nd OSS air field systems craftsman, is certified in search and rescue and is a part of the Louisiana State Search and Rescue team.Matheney took eight days