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  • 931st mask fitter to retire

    The Operational Readiness Inspection that 931st members have been long preparing for will end at the end of June, and so will the career of the Airman who fit many of their gas masks.Tech. Sgt John E. Sutton Jr., a bioenvironmental engineering craftsman assigned to the 931st Aerospace Medicine Flight, is scheduled to retire on June 29 after 20
  • Welcome Newcomers

    The following Airmen joined the 931st Air Refueling Group during the May Unit Training Assembly:Staff Sgt. Walter Spears III Civil Engineer Squadron Staff Sgt. Jason Gandee Civil Engineer Squadron  Staff Sgt. Shawn Guy Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Staff Sgt. Michael Reavis Aircraft Maintenance Squadron  Staff Sgt. Wallace Brannen Aerospace
  • Spirit Spotlight: Staff Sgt. Vanessa K. Thomson

    Staff Sgt. Vanessa K. Thomson is a Valley Center, Kan., native who served five years in the active-duty Air Force and has been in the Reserves for three years. Unit: 931st Headquarters StaffAir Force Job: Chaplain AssistantCivilian Job: Looking for an administrative job after just moving from VirginiaFavorite way to relax: Paint, draw and go
  • Who's the Boss?

    Editor's Note: Who's the Boss is a Spirit feature that highlights the civilian occupations of 931st Reservists and the employers who support them. Group members are encouraged to submit their place of employment to be featured in Who's the Boss by contacting Tech. Sgt. Jason Schaap in the 931st Public Affairs office at (316) 759-3686, or via email
  • Wet and Happy

  • Medical Airmen return from humanitarian mission in Guatemala

    It didn't take long for Staff Sgt. Crystal Herrington to realize she was in for a long two weeks. Sergeant Herrington, who returned last week from a 15-day humanitarian mission in rural Guatemala, had a window near her in an old school room that was her Guatemalan dental office. In between pulling rotted teeth from children as young as 4 years old,
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