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Default Air Force Logo MacDill youngster setting world records, setting example
The prototypical male hero and role model is strong, confident and determined, articulate and smart. The one thing he usually isn't is 13 years old.But while Evan Pittman, son of MacDill residents Navy Rear Adm. Hal and Rebecca Feaster-Pittman, may just qualify to be a teenager, he's more than qualified to be a role model to all.A top student,
0 1/27
2012
Default Air Force Logo Dear Wing Ma'am: We fight about the most ridiculous things
DEAR WING MA'AM: My girlfriend and I fight about the most ridiculous things, but it seems to end up in a huge argument that we both regret later. Sometimes, we call each other nasty names or we'll stop talking to each other for days at a time just to hurt each other's feelings. We really want to make our relationship work, but have a hard time
0 1/17
2012
Default Air Force Logo HAWC ready to assist achieving a 'new you' in 2012
New Years' resolutions to get fit or lose weight in 2012 sound great, but after looking at what it will take to achieve results, noble intentions often lose out to reality.But it doesn't have to be so hard, and the MacDill Health and Wellness Center is making sure of that in 2012.A host of programs, starting now with the "Walk your Buns Off"
0 1/17
2012
Default Air Force Logo Dear Wing Ma'am: I just feel a little blue
DEAR WING MA'AM: I've been feeling a little blue this holiday season. Everyone seems so much more happier than I. It just doesn't feel like the holidays to me this year. What's my problem? ~ Mr. KringleDEAR MR KRINGLE: Sometimes we just don't feel as merry as we "think" we should. This could lead to "holiday blues" which tend to occur right around
0 12/15
2011
Default Air Force Logo Arts and Crafts Center may be your holiday shopping savior
There are just a few shopping days left, and if there are a few names yet to cross off the shopping list, the MacDill Arts and Crafts Center may be able to help you "get 'er done."How about a Bombay Duck Charm Braclet - $3.50 to $6? What about hypo-allergenic earrings for about the same price?Maybe the center's Awards Shop has what you need for
0 12/15
2011
Default Air Force Logo Dear Wing Ma'am: I've been having a hard time falling
DEAR WING MA'AM: I am working full-time, sometimes more. Usually, when I go to sleep, I can just put my head down and I'm out in less that 20 minutes. Lately, I've been having a hard time falling asleep and am having trouble keeping my energy up all day at work. I really don't want to use medications if I can avoid it. What's the deal? ~ Lost My
0 12/09
2011
Default Air Force Logo Former AF flier brings message of 'victory over adversity' to MacDill
Getting what you want out of life is about overcoming obstacles, the biggest of which can be those self-imposed barriers built on a foundation of complacency, fortified by doubt and hardened by an unwillingness to forgive.Such is the wisdom of one retired Air Force Col. Richard Toliver, who was at MacDill last week to speak to Airmen and sign
0 12/08
2011
Default Air Force Logo Dear Wing Ma'am, "This is my first base and I don't know anyone"
DEAR WING MA'AM: I'm new to the military and love it so far. I joined because I wanted to serve and liked the idea of being a part of something big! I like my job and am happy I got MacDill AFB. Problem is, I am lonely. This is my first base and I don't know anyone here. I haven't seen anyone from my tech school and my sponsor doesn't even know I
0 11/28
2011
Default Air Force Logo A Veteran’s Homecoming - The 6th Air Mobility Wing History and Heritage Series
Lt. Col. Jim Ledbetter, Jr., has no relation to Lt. Kenneth Hindersinn, but it doesn't matter to him. About two weeks after this Veterans Day holiday, Ledbetter will give a proverbial tip of his hat to a World War II veteran he never knew with a gesture that only a veteran could appreciate."It wasn't just me, it was all seven members of my flight
0 11/22
2011
Default Air Force Logo Organization of WWII prisoners keep history alive
Sacrifice is a part of war, in the course of which some die, some are injured and others lose their freedom and become prisoners of war.Such was the case during WWII for the prisoners of Oflag 64, Szubin, Poland. Members of the survivors group of some 1,400 prisoners incarcerated at the camp recently held a reunion, visiting MacDill, touring the
0 11/18
2011
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