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Tim Griggs, 42nd Medical Group recovery care coordinator, is surrounded by photos depicting his 27-year Air Force career, May 21, 2015, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. Before becoming a recovery care coordinator, Griggs served in the Air Force for 27 years, spending 24 years working in security forces and three years as a Senior NCO Academy instructor. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexa Culbert) Maxwell RCC serves, cares for wounded Airmen
Taking care of Maxwell's wounded, ill and injured service members one step at a time is Tim Griggs' mission as the  42nd Medical Group recovery care coordinator.Recovery care coordinators are assigned to the seriously wounded, ill or injured and provide personalized support for them and their families, smoothing the transition either back to full
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Default Air Force Logo A box of hope
In a room where future military leaders take a break from their studies, decorated with memorabilia of those who have carved out their niche in military history, sits a box.  Seemingly out of place at first, but its purpose fits right in with the values displayed by the men and women who walk these halls.The box was left here by Ali Munshi and
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Default Air Force Logo Airmen A2D2 volunteers save lives
We have all heard the messages ... "If you are going to drink, have a plan." "Driving drunk can cost you more than a career."Each year, Airmen are exposed to briefings from supervisors and Airman Against Drunk Driving volunteers emphasizing the need to have a plan when going out on the town."Call us and we will come take you home, no questions
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Default Air Force Logo Airmen pay respect to local veterans on Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day has come and past, and whether you believe the day represents a chance to profess your love for someone special or a marketing ploy to guilt consumers into spending money, there is no denying the holiday is big business.However, a group of Airmen from Maxwell-Gunter used the holiday to pay respect to local veterans at the Montgomery
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Default Air Force Logo Air War College JPME—Building the joint warfighter
In 1946, the War Department established Air War College with a mission of educating officers to serve as strategic national security leaders.As the senior Air Force professional military school, AWC's vision is to be the foremost college for air, space and cyberspace education and thought - preparing the world's best joint-strategic leaders.The
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Airmen take off from the start line of the 1.5 mile run, a portion of the Air Force physical training test, at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, Jan. 7, 2015. The PT test is comprised of body composition, strength and cardiovascular endurance and is scored based on age and level of fitness that should be achieved. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexa Culbert/Cleared) Raising the score
"Ten minutes!" yelled the physical training test evaluators into the cold January air as Airmen pushed out the last stretch of the 1.5 mile run to make it to the finish line.  One after the other, they cross the line with relief and satisfaction on their faces. Another physical training test completed and passed.How the PT test is perceived and
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Nori Katagiri, Air War College international security studies assistant professor, stands in front of The Air University’s AWC at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, Nov. 14, 2014. Katagiri was born in Japan before traveling to the U.S. on a student visa and earning his Ph. D. from the University of Pennsylvania. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexa Culbert/Cleared) AWC professor from Japan finds the American dream at Maxwell
His small office is stacked high with books. A shelf spans the length of the wall and is filled with books of all kinds. In the midst of all the clutter is Dr. Nori Katagiri, his face illuminated by the bluish light coming from his computer screen. When he speaks, his friendliness and intelligence is apparent, but his heritage also shines through.
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Default Air Force Logo Maxwell-Gunter Annex Airman and Family Readiness Center provides Airmen guidance and support
The Maxwell-Gunter Annex Airman and Family Readiness Center offers free services and guidance to Airmen and their families that they might not have access to otherwise.Among the services provided are financial counseling, employment assistance, volunteer sources, information referral and marketing as well as personal wellness."Outside of the
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The pace car sits outside the garage and pit area at the Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Ala., Oct. 19, 2014. The pace car was painted pink in honor of breast cancer awareness month. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexa Culbert) Maxwell Airman presents trophy at Talladega
 Forty-three cars zoomed around the track, getting faster with each of the 188 laps.  The crowd roared in excitement and went wild when their favorite driver advanced in the race, but their cheers couldn't be heard over the deafening roar of the engines.  They watched in awe when cars collided, leaving the smell of rubber and gasoline in the
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Maj. David Dawson, Air Force Officer Training School director of staff, rides his bicycle after work Oct. 17, 2014. For more than two decades Dawson has made the personal choice to ride his bicycle to and from work every day. (U.S. Air Force photo by/Staff Sgt. Erica Picariello) Maxwell major expends energy to conserve
The 2014 Air Force Energy Action Campaign theme, "I Am Air Force Energy," charges Airmen across the Air Force to stand up and take ownership of energy conservation.While some might make a more concerted effort to turn off light switches or unplug unused electronics, one Maxwell field grade officer applies it to his morning commute.For more than two
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