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Aerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heightsAerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heights
Aerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heights

Master Sergeant Daniel Kilbride, 779th Aerospace Medicine Squadron hypobaric chamber operator, controls the altitude in the chamber on Nov. 2. The Aerospace and Operational Physiology Training Flight trains more than 1800 students a year in 200 classes. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Perry Aston)
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Posted: 11/4/2011

Aerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heightsAerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heights
Aerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heights

Senior Airman Tamika Montgomery, 779th Aerospace Medicine Squadron aerospace physiology technician, ensures a student’s flight helmet and mask fit properly and is receiving oxygen during their chamber flight Nov. 2. The Aerospace and Operational Physiology Training Flight uses the hypobaric chamber to train military, Department of Defense civilians and contractors on the effects of hypoxia, how to recognize their personal symptoms of hypoxia, and make the necessary corrections to reverse the symptoms of the condition. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Perry Aston)
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Posted: 11/4/2011

Aerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heightsAerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heights
Aerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heights

Staff Sgt. Shannon Long, 779th Aerospace Medicine Squadron aerospace physiology technician, briefs students on their chamber flight Nov. 2. Initially, the Aerospace and Operational Physiology Training Flight trains new air crews in a two-day class. Every five years air crews must come back for a one day refresher course. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Perry Aston)
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Posted: 11/4/2011

Aerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heightsAerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heights
Aerospace Physiology Flight helps air crews climb to new heights

Senior Airman Shanna Thomas, 779th Aerospace Medicine Squadron aerospace physiology technician, performs an operation check on life support equipment in the hypobaric chamber here Nov. 2. The Aerospace and Operational Physiology Training Flight uses the hypobaric chamber to train military, Department of Defense civilians and contractors on the effects of hypoxia, how to recognize their personal symptoms of hypoxia, and make the necessary corrections to reverse the symptoms of the condition. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Perry Aston)
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Posted: 11/4/2011

Joint Base Andrews members delight in visit from Jelly Belly Candy Co. leadershipJoint Base Andrews members delight in visit from Jelly Belly Candy Co. leadership
Joint Base Andrews members delight in visit from Jelly Belly Candy Co. leadership

Robert M. Simpson, Jr. Jelly Belly Candy Company President and Chief Operating Officer, adds a coin to the collection at the 779th Aeromedical Staging Facility after receiving a tour here July 13. Simpson and Herman G. Rowland Sr., Jelly Belly Candy Company Chairman of the Board, participated in the Andrews Leadership Series, an initiative spearheaded by Col. Kenneth Rizer, 11th Wing/Joint Base Andrews commander. The series showcases high profile military and civic members who are leaders in their respective field. The program also aims to educate servicemembers about the characteristics of being a leader and provides JBA members with the tools they need to become better leaders themselves. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Laura Turner)
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Posted: 8/4/2011

Joint Base Andrews members delight in visit from Jelly Belly Candy Co. leadershipJoint Base Andrews members delight in visit from Jelly Belly Candy Co. leadership
Joint Base Andrews members delight in visit from Jelly Belly Candy Co. leadership

Master Sgt. Michelle Tancrede, NCO in charge of mission operations, 779th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, shows Robert M. Simpson Jr., Jelly Belly Candy Company President and Chief Operating Officer, and Herman G. Rowland Sr., Jelly Belly Candy Company Chairman of the Board, the Heritage Wall during their tour of the 779th Aeromedical Staging Facility here July 13. Simpson and Rowland participated in the Andrews Leadership Series, an initiative spearheaded by Col. Kenneth Rizer, 11th Wing/Joint Base Andrews commander. The series showcases high-profile military and civic members who are leaders in their respective field. The program also aims to educate servicemembers about the characteristics of being a leader and provides JBA members with the tools they need to become better leaders themselves. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Laura Turner)
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Posted: 8/4/2011

The 79th Medical Wing participates in Capital Shield 11 ExerciseThe 79th Medical Wing participates in Capital Shield 11 Exercise
The 79th Medical Wing participates in Capital Shield 11 Exercise

ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE, Md. -- The manpower team, from the 79th Medical Wing, prepares to move a patient into the hospital after they have been taken through the decon line during the Capital Shield 11 Exercise Oct. 13 here. (U.S. Air Force photo/Melanie Moore)
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Posted: 10/20/2010

The 79th Medical Wing participates in Capital Shield 11 ExerciseThe 79th Medical Wing participates in Capital Shield 11 Exercise
The 79th Medical Wing participates in Capital Shield 11 Exercise

ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE, Md. -- Two decon team members from the 79th Medical Wing scrub a patient to remove hazardous contaminants during the Capital Shield 11 Exercise Oct. 13 here. (U.S. Air Force photo/Melanie Moore)
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Posted: 10/20/2010

The 79th Medical Wing participates in Capital Shield 11 ExerciseThe 79th Medical Wing participates in Capital Shield 11 Exercise
The 79th Medical Wing participates in Capital Shield 11 Exercise

ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE, Md. -- The patient transport team from the 79th Medical Wing moves a patient to the delayed team for reassessment during the Capital Shield 11 Exercise Oct. 13 here. The delayed team will decide if the patient can be released from care or if they need to be moved to specialty care. Members from both teams are part of the 79th Medical Wing here. (U.S. Air Force photo/Melanie Moore)
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Posted: 10/20/2010

Andrews X-Ray Techs Provide Option for Career Day at Local Elementary SchoolAndrews X-Ray Techs Provide Option for Career Day at Local Elementary School
Andrews X-Ray Techs Provide Option for Career Day at Local Elementary School

Airman 1st Class MiShawn Nelson (center), Airman Porscha Simpson (left) and Airman Michael Pullicar (right), 779th Medical Support Squadron phase II students, teach elementary students about their careers as x-ray techs at Skyline Elementary school on May 13, 2010. The class volunteered as part of a class project, participating in an annual radiology tradition to help out the elementary school with their career day. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Renae L. Saylock)
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Posted: 5/17/2010

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JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. - Airman 1st Class Chad Long (right), a public health technician with the 779th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, checks the temperature of chicken during a food booth inspection during the Joint Service Open House here May 16. The public health team had more than 50 airmen from throughout the Air Force District of Washington inspecting every food booth three times a day ensuring food preparers comply with guidelines for sanitation, hygiene and food temperatures. Also pictured are food booth workers Jeffery Stevenson (left) and Senior Airman Greg Armstrong from the Air Force Central Adjudication Facility.(U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Renae L. Saylock)
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Posted: 5/16/2010

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JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. – Air Force Staff Sgt. Danielle Costa, a public health technician with the 779th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, inspects a food booth at the Joint Service Open House here May 16. The public health team had more than 50 airmen from throughout the Air Force District of Washington inspecting every food booth three times a day ensuring food preparers comply with guidelines for sanitation, hygiene and food temperatures. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Renae L. Saylock)
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Posted: 5/16/2010

    

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