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  • Special Victims’ Counsel gives clients ‘a voice and a choice

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - The Special Victims’ Counsel program provides Air Force Judge Advocates to represent victims of sexual assault and related offenses.The Air Force originated the SVC program 2013, and it was soon mandated for all military branches.The SVC team provides legal representation, offers confidential legal advice and
  • Join a team, run for a cause during the Air Force Marathon

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio –  Three nonprofit organizations — Air Force Enlisted Village, Fisher House and United Service Organizations — invite runners to join their fundraising teams during the annual Air Force Marathon event, Sept. 14-15."The AFEV, Fisher House, and USO are all incredible charities that share the same values we do
  • 5 Little Known Facts about Wright- Patt

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - Aviation history is rich here,  but Wright-Patt is also home to interesting historical landmarks that few are aware of.Area A contains five of these landmarks explored by Air Force Life Cycle Management Center historian, Kenneth Sloat, and Cultural Resource Manager Paul Woodruff.The Fire Station, Building
  • Arnold House a landmark of Wright-Patt's rich history

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio  –  The Arnold House is the oldest house on base, built in 1841 and serves as a symbol of Air Force history.Officially designated as building 8 the house is located on area A at the corner of Pearson Rd. and Wright Ave.The house is named after Gen. Henry Harley “Hap” Arnold, who played a major role in
  • Collaboration matches unique candidates with jobs on Wright-Patt

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - During the month of April, Air Force Materiel Command partnered with Wright State University to launch the Autism at Work Initiative for recent college graduates who are diagnosed on the autism spectrum.This initiative is a year-long internship program that is fully funded by the Department of Defense. It has
  • Empowering Education in the Workforce

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - More than 50 organizations, including academic institutions, helping agencies, and the Ohio Department of Higher Education, attended the 2018 Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Development, Education, and Training Exposition July 12.Academic institutions attending ranged from those with locations on base, to
  • IDS: Proactive Care for Airmen

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - For many Airmen, faith and spiritual guidance is an important part of maintaining mental health and healing. As a member of Integrated Delivery System, or IDS, the Chaplain Corps provides this service.IDS is a team of helping agencies focused on care of the Airmen and their families.“We are changing from a
  • Men’s Health Month: Preventive care matters

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - June 1 kicked off Men’s Health Month bringing awareness to the challenges and disparities men face in healthcare.The Civilian Health Promotion Service, or CHPS, on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is holding classes during the month focusing on men’s physical, social, mental and spiritual health. These classes
  • WW II vet memorialized in Germantown

    GERMANTOWN, Ohio – A lifetime resident of the city, and a World War II veteran was memorialized April 16, when South Walnut Street was renamed the honorary Herschel L. Smith Street. Smith lived on South Walnut Street for most of his life.The decision to rename the street was based on the many accomplishments of Smith’s life, explained Germantown
  • It’s time to start playing big

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — We’re all familiar with self-doubt. It’s that pesky inner voice that holds us back, the voice that tells us we aren’t ready for whatever action it is that we want to take. It’s the voice that keeps us small, the voice that doesn’t want us to play big. This voice is what Tara Mohr, author of “Playing Big:
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