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305th wheel and tire technicians roll out new tire filling station February 17, 2017 — Wheel and tire technicians with the 305th Maintenance Squadron here recently rolled out a new tire filling station, which has cut the amount of time required to fill C-17 Globemaster III tires with air in half. The new station streamlines the tire filling process by generating its own nitrogen and automatically checking tire pressure as it fills MORE

U.S. Navy engineers 3-D print the future of defense February 8, 2017 — A 3-D printer’s laser moves faster than the human eye can detect as it fuses layers of powdered metal onto next generation parts to shape the future of the Department of Defense. The minds at the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst are the forerunners of this advanced 3-D printing technology, which is making the production of MORE

Beat on, Brinley: JB MDL family finds way to keep giving after tragic loss December 23, 2016 — A bitter cold wind rips through the city air, rustling the garland wrapped around the doorways. Teddy bears and dolls peek out of wrapped bags as volunteers with chapped knuckles load bin after bin of donated toys, hauling them into the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  Heading the toy drop is Tech. Sgt. Zackary Rosthauser, NCO in charge of MORE

MDL aircrews train for survival November 15, 2016 — Autumn sun spilled through the South Jersey pines. The engine of a USAF refueling aircraft hummed somewhere in the distant sky. On the forest floor, Airmen spoke softly through a hand held radio, evading capture.   During the Advanced Combat Operations and Tactics exercise Nov. 8, MDL aircrews were pushed to the limit to ensure they are prepared MORE

ASWBPL-East keeps blood flowing at MDL October 28, 2016 — Eight pints is the average amount of blood coursing through a healthy adult's veins at any given time. However, at the Armed Services Whole Blood Processing Laboratory East, there's always a great deal more blood flowing. ASWBPL-East was established at then McGuire Air Force Base in 1955 and has since provided a critical mission function. From the MORE

MDL Airman leads U.S. tennis team to international victory October 21, 2016 — The Olympics are known for bringing athletes from around the globe together for friendly competition. However, international competition and comradery doesn’t only occur every four years.  1st Lt. Hannah Kabaso, the deputy sexual assault response coordinator for JB MDL, recently attended the NATO International Sports Competition in Sardinia, Italy, MORE

305th AMW Airmen stand ready to aid August 17, 2016 — It seems each day a new disaster is being broadcast on the world’s televisions or plastered across headlines. These crises range from natural causes to those man made and can devastate the people in its wake. These people may need to be evacuated, treated medically or provided supplies, oftentimes in austere or ravaged locations. And that’s where MORE

Global reach through ‘Can Do’ port July 22, 2016 — The 305th Aerial Port Squadron Airmen take their mission statement of “rapid global mobility excellence” to heart, every day.  One of the four busiest ports in the continental United States, the Can Do APS is responsible for the handling and transporting of mission essential troops and cargo around the world. “We became America’s port of choice for MORE

Air traffic controller runs in right direction July 21, 2016 — The “runner’s high” exhilarating; It is the body’s natural pain killer, and it is an overwhelming sense of euphoria that has fueled one MDL Airman’s drive for success.  “It’s a mix of adrenaline and emotion,” said Airman 1st Class Collin White, an air traffic controller with the 305th Operations Support Squadron, who has been riding the high MORE

Communicators turn on 'juice in joint exercise July 11, 2014 — Airmen from the 42nd Combat Communications Squadron took part in a month-long joint exercise at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland, in June. The Joint Users Interoperability Communications Exercise tests the communication capabilities of federal agencies during emergencies and national and international threats. JUICE participants included the MORE

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