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Year No. 8, Edition No. 46
Community honors its veterans
By KARI C. BARLOW
By Senior Airman Krystal M. Garrett 1st Special Operations Wing
Public Affairs
Northwest Florida Daily News
FORT WALTON BEACH — The
newly cast Freedom Bell took center
stage Tuesday at Beal Memorial
Cemetery.
Chiming 11 times at the 11th hour,
it opened the city’s annual Veterans
Day Ceremony.
Hundreds of people – young
and old – crowded into the cemetery
to honor friends and loved ones
for their military service. Veterans
of every war from World War II to
the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
were in attendance and recognized
by emcee 1st Sgt. Retired Tom
Rice.
“At something like this, you’re
seeing the history unfold right in
front of you,” said Jennie Mucher,
who took her five sons, ages 10 to 1,
to the ceremony.
For Barbara O’Hara of Arizona,
the event held personal meaning.
“I’m here with my dad, who was
in the Air Force,” she said. “I wanted
to honor the military.”
This year’s ceremony incorporated respect for the United Kingdom as it featured a short speech by
Wing Commander Jonathan C. Millington of the Royal Air Force, who
is the senior national representative
for United Kingdom with the 33rd
Fighter Wing.
To celebrate the alliance between
the U.K. and the United States, local
vocalist Reid Soria performed a rendition of “God Save the Queen.”
Millington said he was honored to
participate and particularly grateful
for the “glorious sunshine” – weather he likely wouldn’t be enjoying in
England.
Millington introduced guest
speaker Lt. Gen. Bradley A. Heithold
of the Air Force Special Operations
Command.
Heithold told the crowd its diversity of age, gender, backgrounds
and religion is what makes America
powerful.
“To look out amongst this audience here ... this is what right looks
like,” he said. “... This is a very small
spark in a flame that is burning
across America today. ... The flame
of pride is burning bright.”
Santa isn’t the only one delivering to Air Commandos
This holiday season, the
Hurlburt Field Postal Service Center wants to help
you get your gifts and presents to the right location at
the right time.
In order to do this, they
have provided valuable tips
to stick to when shipping
and receiving packages.
The holiday season is
a time for giving, which
means Airmen are shipping various items, such as
glass bottles and perfume.
To ensure items reach their
destination in one piece,
packages need to be labeled
correctly.
“It’s very helpful that
the package is labeled fragile, flammable, liquid, or
any other description that
will notify handlers of the
type of care that needs to be
used for handling the package,” said Patty Armstrong,
1st Special Operations
Communication Squadron
postal service center mail
clerk.
Just as important as
sending packages correctly,
receiving packages has its
process too. To ensure mail
gets to the correct person
in a timely manner, senders need to know what in-
formation to include on the
package.
“For the dorm residents,
it is very important that
their mailbox number and
first and last name is on
the package,” said Michelle
Kanuath, 1st SOCS postal
service center mail clerk.
During the holiday season, the mail load triples
for the PSC, this causes
the center to be overloaded
with boxes. Air Commandos
can help alleviate this issue
by picking up packages as
soon as they are notified.
“One of our biggest issues is usually space,” said
Armstrong. “We get so
many packages in daily, and
due to Airmen working dif-
Flu season: What you need to know
By 1 SOMDSS
Meghan Gordon rings the recently
cast Veterans Tower bell 11 times
at the start of Tuesday’s Veterans
Day ceremony at Beal Memorial
Cemetery.
Two T-6 Texan aircraft perform a
flyover at the conclusion of Tuesday’s Veterans Day ceremony at
Beal Memorial Cemetery.
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What you should know for
this season?
It’s not possible to predict what this flu season
will be like. Flu seasons are
unpredictable in a number
of ways. While flu spreads
every year, the timing, severity, and length of the season usually varies from one
season to another.
Will new flu viruses circulate this season?
Flu viruses are constantly changing so it’s not uncommon for new flu viruses
to show up each year.
When will flu activity begin and when will it peak?
Timing of flu is very unpredictable and can vary
from season to season. Flu
activity most commonly
peaks in the U.S. between
December and February.
However, seasonal flu activity can begin as early as October and continue to occur
as late as May.
What should I do to protect my loved ones from flu
this season?
CDC recommends a
yearly flu vaccine for everyone 6 months of age and
older as the first and most
important step in protecting
against this serious disease.
While there are many different flu viruses, the seasonal
flu vaccine is designed to
protect against the main flu
viruses that research suggests will cause the most
illness during the upcoming
flu season. People should
begin getting vaccinated
soon after flu vaccine becomes available, ideally by
October, to ensure that as
many people as possible are
protected before flu season
begins.
In addition to getting
vaccinated, you can take
everyday preventive actions
like staying away from sick
people and washing your
hands to reduce the spread
of germs. If you are sick with
flu, stay home from work or
school to prevent spreading
flu to others. It takes about
two weeks after vaccination
for antibodies to develop in
the body and provide protection against the flu.
Doctors and nurses are
encouraged to begin vaccinating their patients soon
after vaccine becomes available, preferably by October
so as not to miss out on
opportunities to vaccinate.
Those children 6 months
through 8 years of age who
need two doses of vaccine
should receive the first dose
as soon as possible to allow
time to get the second dose
before the start of flu season. The two doses should
be given at least 4 weeks
apart.
1 SOMDG has flu vaccine
available for all Hurlburt
Field Beneficiaries. You may
get your flu vaccine at Immunizations Mon, Tue, Thu,
and Fri from 0700-1630 and
Wed from 0700-1515. No appointments are necessary.
If you obtain your flu vaccine off base at school or at
one of the other local places
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update your records.
Reference: Center for Disease Control http://www.cdc.
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ferent shifts, not everyone
can pick up packages as
soon as they are notified.”
For Airmen working
late shifts, there is a buddy
system that can be used.
The buddy system allows
a friend or co-worker to
pick up packages on their
behalf. To use this system
notify the PSC of the person
who will be retrieving your
package before they make
the trip.
In order for anyone to
pick up a package at the
PSC they will need their
postal ticket. These tickets
can be found in the mailbox once a packaged has
arrived.
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out a package.”
The Hurlburt Field PSC
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To receive a Choice
Card, veterans must have
been enrolled in VA health
care by Aug. 1, 2014. Those
who have enrolled later are
eligible only if they served
on active duty in a theater
of combat operations in the
previous five years.
As vet advocacy groups
have cautioned for months,
the Choice Card is not a
golden key to unlimited
health care from any physician or facility a veteran
might choose, despite what
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that the Choice Card does
not provide guaranteed
health care coverage or an
unlimited medical benefit,”
explains VA Secretary Robert McDonald in a letter to
the first card recipients.
“In fact, before your Choice
Card for this benefit can be
used, your eligibility must
be verified and you must receive advance authorization
from VA.”
The card itself is similar
to most health insurance
cards, with the holder’s
name shown and a number
to call to verify eligibility for
outside care. Authorization
to use it must be cleared
by a program manager for
every episode of care.
Those authorized to
seek outside care can
choose from a network of
VA-approved providers or
their own providers, if VA
approved. To be approved,
they must treat Medicare
patients and accept Medicare rates or work at a
Department of Defense or
Indian Health Service facil-
ity or in a federally qualified
health center.
“They also have to have
a valid license to practice,”
said Tuchschmidt. “We put
that stuff in there to make
sure that the people we are
engaging to see veteran patients are actually qualified
to see them.”
Angry at the discovery
of systemic patient waittime abuses across the VA
health system last spring,
Congress gave VA only 90
days to establish the Choice
Card program as a way to
guarantee more timely and
convenient access to care.
The deadline left VA
with no alternative to getting the program launched
without partnering with two
current contractors — TriWest Healthcare Alliance of
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expansion of provider networks and telephone call
centers to meet significantly
heavier demand.
Providers in the TriWest
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certify that they will meet
VA measures for timeliness
and quality of care, and will
transfer medical records
promptly back to VA to ensure continuity of care.
Though the law required
cards to be mailed to every
eligible enrolled veteran by
Nov. 5, VA officials opted for
a phased rollout to avoid any
program crash.
“It just didn’t make sense
to mail cards to almost nine
million veterans and try to
build a telephone call center
[large enough to answer all]
those calls and questions,”
Tuchschmidt said. “It would
have been inundated and
[also] extraordinarily expensive for a vendor to build
that surge capacity.”
So VA choose to send
cards first to veterans with
mailing addresses more
than 40 miles from a VA
health facility. In about two
weeks, after TriWest and
HealthNet have handled the
bulk of those calls by verifying eligibility, screening
providers and making appointments within a five-day
goal, the contractors will begin to process card usage by
veterans facing long delays
for VA care.
Tuchschmidt noted that
the VA medical system continues its stepped-up effort
since May to get as many
patients as possible off waiting lists and into VA care.
VA had 1.2 million more
patient visits in fiscal 2014
than a year earlier, he said,
with 500,000 patients seen
on weekends and evenings.
Also, while awaiting full
implementation of Choice
Card, many patients facing
long waits will be referred
to private sector care under
previous VA authorities.
Last month, as the
new law required, VA also
streamlined how it pays for
outside hospital care and
medical services delivered
by non-VA providers.
Choice Card is to end in
three years or whenever VA
spends all of the $10 billion
set aside to fund it. Tuchschmidt predicts that the
money won’t run out before
card program expires in late
2017.
Veterans will find quirks
in the how the law or VA’s
interpretation impacts eligibility. For example, the
law’s 40-mile rule is based
on distance to any VA
health facility regardless of
size or services offered. So
if a veteran needs routine
care from a cardiologist,
and lives 100 miles from the
nearest VA cardiologist but
within 40 miles of a small VA
clinic, the clinic’s location
will disqualify the veteran
from using Choice Card to
get private cardiology care.
Also, VA interprets the
40 miles to be a “straight
line” distance, not driving
distance. That means a veteran won’t be able to use
outside care if the VA hospital is within 40 miles “as the
crow flies” however long it
takes to reach by car.
VA leases but doesn’t own
medical facilities in Alaska
or Hawaii which means
almost all veterans living
there can use Choice Card
to get private sector care if
they choose, Tuchschmidt
said. VA also doesn’t run
any health facilities in New
Hampshire. Vets who reside
there can use the card unless they live within 20 miles
of a VA facility operating in a
neighboring state, he said.
The letter sent with
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The Department of Veterans Affairs has mailed
its first medical “Choice
Cards,” with letters explaining how to use them, to
320,000 VA-enrolled veterans who reside more than
40 miles from any type of VA
medical facility.
By late November, another 370,000 vets, those facing
waits longer than 30 days
for VA appointments, will be
the second group to get the
cards, said Dr. James Tuchschmidt, VA’s acting principal deputy under secretary
for health.
These are the two groups
of vets eligible immediately
to use information on their
Choice Card to try to secure
more convenient or timely
care than VA can provide.
By the end of January another 8 million enrolled
veterans also will receive
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however, won’t be eligible to
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1st SOSS medics take care of fliers
1st Special Operations Wing Public Affairs
flight surgeon, says he sees
many Airmen throughout the day
as he has an open-door policy
at the 15th Special Operations
Squadron.
“I think they love it because I
am one door down from their office,” he said. “They can just walk
down and see if I’m there to ask a
question rather than go all the way
to the medical group.”
Operational medical personnel
also deploy with their assigned
squadrons to continue medical
care downrange.
“It helps to have their familiar
medic with them,” said Pope. “It
makes them feel comfortable to
continue going to those medics
downrange because they’ve built
that relationship.”
The 1st SOSS medicine flight
enables Hurlburt Field’s mission to
keep going as they make medical
care available any time the flying
squadrons need it.
Holiday Greeting
Card Contest
Wood is available for
pick-up daily from 11 a.m.
– 1 p.m. and 4 – 9 p.m. One
sheet free per squadron.
Quantities are limited.
First come, first served.
Finished cards must be
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Turkey Shoot set
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Turkey Shoot is Nov. 15,
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Outdoor Recreation
Open House
Outdoor Recreation
Open House is from 9:30
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Come and see our equipment. Limited free trials
available. Free Fishing
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The 1st Special Operations Support Squadron’s operational medicine flight has come a long way
since its creation two years ago
by Air Force Special Operations
Command.
Before the operational medicine
flights were implemented on Hurlburt Field, flying squadrons could
only rely on the medical group to
have their medical needs met.
This caused AFSOC to rethink
how their fliers received medical
treatment.
AFSOC took concepts from
medical flights in fighter squadrons and other operational units
throughout the Air Force and
created the 1st SOSS operational
medicine flight, which sole purpose
is to serve all Hurlburt’s flying
squadrons.
The flight embedded an element made up of a surgeon and
two medics in each squadron.
Squadrons like the 4th Special Operations Squadron and 8th Special
Operations Squadron each have
their own medical office where patients can be seen and treated.
“While it has been done in other
places, Hurlburt is the first place
that’s taken [operational medicine
elements] and put them in each of
the flying squadrons, and continued with it to where we’re not just
doing basic medical care,” said
Master Sgt. Travis Pope, 1st Special Operations Support Squadron
flight superintendent.
The 1st SOSS medics can handle immediate medical care needs,
primary care, prescribe medication
and screen Air Commandos before
they deploy.
Capt. Pete Lennox, 1st Special
Operations Support Squadron
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color,
religion,
sex,
handicap, familial status
or national origin, or an
intention, to make any
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or
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own your own
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Job Fair for Openings at Eglin AFB
MEI Technologies, Inc.
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Shalimar, FL 32579
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Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
As part of the Lee Automotive Family, we have been proudly serving the military families of the Emerald Coast for more than
60 years. We would be honored if you would allow us the opportunity to help you with your next automotive purchase. Please visit
our website at Lee Automotive.com to see the special offers available for the military. We provide the best value on the coast with
prices discounted as much as $8000 on new Chrysler Dodge Jeep and Ram vehicles and our no hassle, no haggle pricing policy.
Come see us at our convenient locations in Fort Walton Beach and Crestview and let us put you in your next car or truck!
The Greathouse Family
with their New Dodge Caravan
Let me start by saying car dealerships are normally a nightmare
for us. This was completely the opposite. My husband is a disabled veteran
and we have 3 small children in tow so it’s generally hard to communicate
what we want. To make matters more complicated this time around we had
a once in a lifetime grant from the VA, which had very specific instructions,
that multiple other dealers either didn’t want to follow or just didn’t care
enough to try.
Mr. Fredrickson was pleasant from the start. He quickly found
exactly what we wanted down to the last option, color, and detail. When we
got to the explicit VA instructions, he was professional, precise, and made
us feel at ease with him, the dealership, and most importantly, the deal. We
purchased a 2015 Dodge Grand Caravan R/T.
Mr. Godwin found us a better interest rate than we could find on
our own and was extremely patient with our rambunctious boys while
thoroughly explaining the loan and the warranty information.
We were lucky enough to meet Mr. Lee on delivery day. We’re
fully aware the VA’s stringent rules put certain pressure on the dealer and
ultimately it was Mr. Lee’s decision to accept the VA Grant.
We truly appreciate the hospitality, compassion, and warmth
from everyone at the dealership in Crestview. THIS is the place anyone and
everyone should start and finish when searching for a new or used vehicle.
It’s well worth the drive, even from Pensacola :)
-Thank you again, Ken & Victoria Greathouse and Boys
In Fort Walton - 541 Mary Esther Cutoff
(850)-244-7611
In Crestview - 5200 Ferdon Boulevard
(850)-689-3200
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