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Tech. Sgt. Johnathon McCauley, 319th Medical Support Squadron referral management NCO in charge, discusses a patient's record with Pat Soper, 319th MDSS referral coordinator, in the 319th Medical Group clinic on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., Aug. 26, 2014. McCauley was selected at the 319th Air Base Wing's Warrior of the Week for the final week of August 2014. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. David Dobrydney) Warrior of the Week: Tech. Sgt. Johnathon McCauley
Rank and name: Tech. Sgt Johnathon McCauleyUnit: 319th Medical Support SquadronOfficial duty title: Referral Management NCOICTime in service: 16 years, 5 monthsTime on Station: 8 monthsHometown: Grand Rapids, Minn.1. Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?Being a father of four beautiful children makes me a role model. I serve proudly and
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Staff Sgt. Antonio Savage, 348th Reconnaissance Squadron aviation resource manager, poses for a photo by a model of an RQ-4 Global Hawk located inside Heritage Hall at Grand Forks Air Force, N.D. The NCO from Eastern Shore, Va., was chosen as the Grand Forks AFB Warrior of the Week for the third week of August 2014. As an aviation resource manager, Savage helps keep the mission going by keeping track of flying hours and inputting aircrew training. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Luis Loza Gutierrez) 
Warrior of the Week: Staff Sgt. Antonio Savage
Rank and name: Staff Sgt. Antonio SavageUnit: 348th Reconnaissance SquadronDuty title: Aviation Resource Manager Time in service: 8 years, 8 monthsTime on station: 2 years, 7 monthsHometown: Eastern Shore, Va.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you? There is no better cause than protecting the people you love and standing up for something
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2014
Airman 1st Class Namhoon Kim, 319th Logistics Readiness Squadron customer support apprentice, pets Sherri, a German shepherd, at the Circle of Friends Humane Society Aug. 6, 2014, in Grand Forks, N.D. The local animal shelter’s mission is to house and care for lost and unwanted animals, to place them into loving homes and to implement programs which increase awareness of volunteers’ responsibilities to all animals. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Xavier Navarro) Dogs have it ruff without Airman Kim
Every dog has his day, but Airman 1st Class Namhoon Kim volunteers his days to a local animal shelter here. Kim a 319th Logistics Readiness Squadron customer support apprentice, spends his time at the Circle of Friends Humane Society as a volunteer.Currently the shelter has 30 to 40 dogs, but also takes in cats, rodents and reptiles. "I walk them,
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2014
Tech. Sgt. Elizabeth Squires, 319th Contracting Flight contract officer, was awarded the 2014 Airlift/Tanker Association Young Leadership Award Aug. 1, 2014. Individuals are selected for the award by the  air mobility community based on their leadership skills and job performance. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Bonnie Brewer) Contracting NCO wins national leadership award
An Airman assigned to 319th Contracting Flight here was awarded the 2014 Airlift/Tanker Association Young Leadership Award August 1.Tech. Sgt. Elizabeth Squires, 319th CONF contracting officer, said she is very humbled to receive the award, but she refused to take all of the credit for it."It really shows what kind of leadership we have here in
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2014
Airman 1st Class Ashley Miller, 319th Security Forces Squadron installation entry controller, poses for a photo near the main gate of Grand Forks Air Force, N.D. The Monterey, Tenn., native was chosen as the Grand Forks AFB Warrior of the Week for the second week of August 2014.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Luis Loza Gutierrez)
Warrior of the Week: Airman 1st Class Ashley Miller
Rank and name: Airman 1st Class Ashley MillerUnit: 319th Security Forces SquadronDuty title: Installation Entry ControllerTime in service: 11 monthsTime on station: 5 monthsHometown: Monterey, Tenn.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?Serving is important to me because my country is important to me. My family, my friends and my brothers
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2014
Sarah Merwin, left, and Capt. Dana Lyon, U.S. Air Force, ride a water-tube being pulled by a boat driven by husband and wife team Lt. Col. Micaela Brancato, and Lt. Col. Matthew Brancato, both of the 119th Wing, on Lake Maud, Minn., Aug. 1, 2014. The Brancatos operate the Holbrook Farms Retreat and are hosting widows of U.S. military members who lost their lives while serving their country. Both Lyon and Merwin recently lost their husbands and are being treated to a vacation at the retreat, which gives the widows a break from dealing with the grief of their loss. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp -- U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Staff Sgt. Luis Loza Gutierrez) Calm on the Water: Military survivors work through grief at retreat created by North Dakota Airmen
Five strong women traveled from different parts of the country July 31 - Aug. 4 for a relaxing and rejuvenating retreat experience. It was the end result of a three-year renovation project created by two inspirational members of the North Dakota National Guard for military survivors.Survivors of Heroes Retreat on Holbrook Farms is an all-expense
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2014
Sherry L. Chaffin, Grand Forks Base Exchange Military Clothing Sales supervisor, mans the checkout counter Aug. 6, 2014, on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Chaffin was chosen as the Warrior of the Week for the first week of August. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Susan L. Davis) Warrior of the Week: Sherry L. Chaffin
Name: Sherry L. ChaffinUnit: AAFES Base ExchangeDuty title: Military Clothing Sales SupervisorTime in service: 27 years Hometown: Columbus, OhioWhy is working at AAFES important to you? Working for AAFES is important to me because I am able to help the base accomplish its mission and help my customers to make sure their needs are met.What moment or
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2014
Officer Robert Hadley, a police officer with the 319th Security Forces Squadron here, was recently recognized for assisting a near-drowning victim June 21, 2014, at Turtle River State Park near Grand Forks, N.D. Hadley, a Columbus, Ga., native, is a trained EMT, firefighter, and hazardous materials responder, and he holds an associate’s degree in public health from American Military University. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Susan L. Davis) Two Grand Forks AFB members save life in near-drowning incident
Officer Robert Hadley, a police officer with the 319th Security Forces Squadron here, wasn't expecting the kind of excitement he saw on June 21, 2014, when he went with his wife and five boys to a family reunion at Turtle River State Park. He was watching one of his children play near the picnic shelter there when he said he noticed a commotion
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2014
Senior Airman Jacob Schmoltze, 69th Maintenance Squadron Aerospace Ground Equipment mechanic, stands in the Aerospace Ground Equipment shop on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., July 28, 2014, The 21-year-old Airman from Ashland, Penn., is the base’s Warrior of the Week for the final week of July 2014. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Luis Loza Gutierrez) Warrior of the Week: Senior Airman Jacob Schmoltze
Warrior of the Week: Senior Airman Jacob SchmoltzeRank and name: Senior Airman Jacob SchmoltzeUnit: 69th Maintenance SquadronDuty title: Aerospace Ground Equipment MechanicTime in service: 2 years, 10 monthsHometown: Ashland, Penn.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you? Serving in the Air Force is important to me because it gives me the
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2014
Federal Aviation Administration air traffic controller, Marvin Sutton, from the Air Route Traffic Control Center in Fort Worth, Texas, quietly takes in the panoramic view on June 3, 2014, from the air traffic control tower at Grand Forks Air Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Grand Forks AFB was Sutton's first permanent duty station during his 8-years of service in the Air Force. He helped keep aircraft and people on base safe as a security forces Airman. The former Warrior of the North became an Air Force air traffic controller before separating as a staff sergeant in 1988, but continued to protect people and aircraft as a civilian ATC. He visited his first duty station to talk with some Air Force traffic controllers. “The military was great stepping stone for me because it provided me with an opportunity to learn a set of skills and gain experiences that I was able to use as I transitioned back into civilian life and be successful,” said Sutton. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Luis Loza Gutierrez) Former Warrior of the North continues to keep aircraft and people safe
In 1980, 18-year-old Marvin Sutton helped keep Grand Forks Air Force Base assets and people safe as a member of the 321st Security Police Group; although he may no longer be in the Air Force, the former Warrior of the North still manages to keep aircraft and people safe as a civilian.Sutton currently works as an air traffic controller for the Air
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