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  • Public health, it's everyone's responsibility

    Where there is an emergency event, there are public health professionals. These professionals work hard to ensure the conditions of the community are healthy and conducive to preventing the spread of infection, contamination and disease.

  • Single is a Status Too

    Being single does not mean you do not need communication skills to build better, or future, relationships. The 156th Chaplaincy hosted and taught a superhero themed “Got Your Back” Strong Bonds Seminar for more than 20 Airmen during a retreat Jul. 12-14 on the east side of the island.“Got Your Back”

  • Remembering 'Rican 68'

    Family members, friends and fellow Airmen came together May 2, 2019, in Port Wentworth, Georgia, to memorialize the lives of the nine Puerto Rican Air National Guard Airmen who lost their lives when their C-130 Hercules, assigned to the 156th Airlift Wing, crashed shortly after takeoff one year ago.

  • Where in the world is Sergeant Santiago?

    Like the geography game and cartoon of “Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?,” the JRSOI function is the critical piece of contingency operations that knows, “Where in the world is Sergeant Santiago.”JRSOI is the Joint Reception, Staging, Onward Movement and Integration operation that identifies

  • Air National Guard restores FAA capabilities for Puerto Rico

    A week and a half post Hurricane Maria, it is hard to tell the Federal Aviation Administration was at “ground zero” and in the dark with no power or communication capabilities. Now, the air traffic flow at San Juan Luis Munoz Marin International Airport is back to normal thanks to the Air National