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EXERCISE PLANNED
Hurlburt Field will be conducting an annual disease containment
plan exercise, Feb. 4 at the Medical Clinic, King Auditorium
and Aderholt Gym. This exercise ensures Hurlburt’s methods
are current and in place if a situation of an infectious disease
presents itself. This is only an exercise.
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AFSOC Priority #3
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Transform training to optimize human performance
By Lt. Gen.
Brad Heithold
Susan Fabozzi
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Operations Command
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Editor’s note: This is the
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bandages are used for bleeding injuries; they apply pressure to the wound, which, in turn
stops the bleeding. At left, Senior Airman Donald Britt looks at items in an Individual
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Staff Sgt. April Walker, 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron military working dog trainer, performs a
head-tilt chin-lift on a mannequin during a Self-Aid Buddy Care Hands-On course at the security forces squadron on
Hurlburt Field, Jan. 22. The head-tilt chin-lift technique cannot be performed if a person has a suspected spinal injury.
meetings with stakeholders
from each of our weapon
systems and through the
course reviews from our
formal training units. With
standardized best practices,
we can further develop the
kind of high quality, modernized training that we need
and that you deserve.
Our current training programs are not broken but
we are looking to advance
our game. My staff is actively engaged in this area,
working on everything from
quicker fielding of high-fidelity aircraft simulators to
incorporating leading-edge
industry standards across
the board. Our professional
training organizations and
partners like the Air Force
Special Operations Air Warfare Center, the 58th Special
Operations Wing, the 919th
Special Operations Wing,
and the 150th Special Operations Wing are also deeply
involved in this transformation. These efforts augment
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Air Commandos,
We have some great initiatives in this command.
I see them everywhere: in
our squadrons, on the flight
line, at home and downrange. There is dedication,
innovation and true professionalism at every level in
AFSOC. It is precisely these
initiatives—these great
ideas for better ways to get
the job done—that we need
to capture to keep ourselves
at the tip of the spear.
We need to institutionalize these initiatives across
AFSOC in concert with the
deliberate development of
our Air Commandos and my
staff’s actions. All these efforts together speak directly
to our third command priority, to transform training
to optimize human performance. We need to make
sure that no matter what
unit you are assigned to or
where you are deployed, you
have the best training and
education available to seamlessly operate with our joint
and partner-nation forces
and, ultimately, accomplish
our mission effectively.
This is not about a bunch
of people sitting around at
the headquarters, thinking
up new ways to do your job.
This is not a top-down priority. This is about gathering
those best practices that already exist in small pockets
across our command, codifying them into standardized AFSOC best practices
and spreading them to all of
our units around the globe.
We are deliberately soliciting your feedback and your
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BSC celebrates 50th anniversary
By 1st Special Operations
Medical Group
The Air Force has recognized the
achievements of the men and women
who comprise the Biomedical Sciences
Corps by designating Jan. 26 through
Jan. 30 as BSC Appreciation Week.
This year marks the 50th Anniversary
of the Biomedical Sciences Corps.
The BSC’s roots date back to the
Sanitary Corps, which was established
in 1917 to combat infectious diseases.
The Army Medical Administrative
Corps followed three years later, and
in 1949 the Air Force Medical Service
was officially established. The AFMS
continued to expand over the next two
decades, and in 1965 the Biomedical
Sciences Corps was born. Over the
past 50 years, the BSC continued to ex-
pand its range of personnel to include
a wide variety of medically-trained
professionals.
The BSC’s mission is to enhance
Air Force combat capability and effectiveness by providing world-class customer service and scientific expertise,
resulting in peak force performance,
productivity, and quality healthcare to
our beneficiary population. Comprised
of 15 primary specialty codes, the BSC
is the most diverse corps in the Air
Force Medical Service.
Comprised of 2,400 officers and
5,800 enlisted members in parallel
career fields, BSC members are stationed at 81 locations around the world
in multiple settings. The BSC encompasses a vast number of specialties
including physical therapy, optometry,
occupational therapy, aerospace and
operational physiology, pharmacy, biomedical laboratory and medical physics. In addition to specialty roles within
the medical treatment facilities, BSC
officers are embedded within operational units, serving at every level of
medical command, including MAJCOMs, Forward Operating Agencies,
and Headquarters Air Force. Additionally, the Biomedical Sciences Corps
is heavily invested in research and a
host of other vital roles to meet the
demands of the Air Force mission.
The 50th anniversary of the Biomedical Sciences Corps is a time to
recognize the contributions of these
outstanding men and women who dedicate their lives to improving health,
maximizing performance, and providing trusted medical care to support our
most vital resource- our Airmen.
At left, Eddie Capps, 1st Special Operations Medical Operations Squadron physical therapist assistant, assists Airman
1st Class Timothy Montano, 1st Special Operations Medical Operations Squadron physical therapist technician, on
the Anti-Gravity Treadmill on Hurlburt Field, Jan. 14. The treadmill is used to increase the training load for exercise-induced injuries; this helps Airmen work back into proper running form.
School-age Quality
Improvement Team
In our ongoing quality
improvement by Council
of Accreditation (COA),
the School-Age program
needs parents to assist in
the Quality Improvement
Team (QIT). The team is
required to meet once a
quarter, dates & times to
be agreed upon. If you wish
to participate on the QIT
team, email zollie.ford@
us.af.mil at your earliest
convenience. We would like
to have our meeting in Feb.
2015, date TBA. For information, check out the FSS
Wire.
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The purpose of this
certification is to formally
recognize senior enlisted
members advanced level
of education, experience
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is from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Feb.
14. An Air Force Aid Society sponsored program
that provides childcare
for spouses of deployed
members, single parents,
or families under stress.
Requires a referral by a
First Sergeant, Chaplain, CDC or the A&FRC.
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Doors open at 4 p.m.
Feb. 1 the big game. Join
us on the couch and enjoy
the game on our big
screen. Free pizza,
popcorn and drinks will
be available, while supplies last. The Landing
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February First Friday
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regular bowling partner,
and bowl for $20 per couple. Registration is open
from Feb. 2 - 20. Teams
will alternate balls within
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A new class is being
held at 5 p.m. Monday and
Wednesday at the Aderholt
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Senior Airman Jonathon Broy, 1st Special Operations Medical Operations Squadron occupational health technician,
looks into 1st Special Operations Medical Squadron occupational health technician Staff Sgt. Jillian Botteicher’s ear on
Hurlburt Field, Jan. 14. Broy checks patients’ ears to ensure there are no injuries to the autonomy of their ear canals.
Youth Baseball and
Spring Clinics
2-Person Scramble is
set for Feb. 21 with an 8
a.m. Shotgun Start. Register now – Feb. 19. Entry
is $15, plus green and cart
fees. Lunch will be provided. Gator Lakes Golf
Course/881-2251
CLEP/DSST Testing
resumed
Testing is at 8 a.m. and
11:30 a.m., Tuesday and
Thursday at the Base Education Center, Room B.
Call or stop by with questions 884-6724.
VA website
VA programs and regulations and information
on education benefits and
other VA benfits: www.
gibill.va.gov/resources/student_handouts/index.html.
To submit an item for the briefs,
e-mail to [email protected] Deadline for Friday’s
edition is noon Monday.
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Airman 1st Class Andrea Posey | USAF photos
Hurlburt Pharmacy
now accepts electronic
prescriptions from off-base
providers. Electronic prescriptions are sent over a
secure network immediately to the pharmacy with
no need to drop off a paper
prescription.
Patients can request
their off-base providers
send an e-prescription directly to the Medical Group
that will be activated once
they check in at the pharmacy window. At this time,
Hurlburt Pharmacy does
not accept electronic prescriptions for controlled
substances and still requires prescriptions for
these types of medications
to be written on tamperresistant paper. For any
questions, contact the
pharmacy at 881-2133.
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accomplishments. For information visit CCAFs website http://www.au.af.
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Gather your W-2, 1040EZ
and 1040 forms and head to
the Hurlburt Field Tax Center; tax season is here.
According to the Internal
Revenue Service, tax season officially started Jan. 20,
and for Air Commandos the
Hurlburt Field Tax Center
will be open from Jan. 21
through April 15.
Hurlburt Field Tax Center is located inside building
90320, the same building as
the Airmen’s Attic. Current-
ly, they are only taking walkins from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
Starting Feb. 2, the Hurlburt Field Tax Center will
begin taking appointments
on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays. Tuesdays and
Thursdays will remain walkin days. Monday and Friday
appointment times can be
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appointments can be made
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“On Wednesdays, we
hope to accommodate shift
workers,” said Aaron Dean,
Hurlburt Field Tax Center
site coordinator.
The tax center volunteers are available to help
Active Duty, retirees, and
civilian Air Commandos this
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it’s also a maintainingquality-of-housing issue.
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DoD and service officials discussed for 18
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Congress agreed to a plan
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that rents collected would
equal BAH. At that time,
BAH covered only 80 to 85
percent of average rental
costs on the economy.
Some developers soon
struggled to avoid default.
In 1999, then-Defense
Secretary William Cohen
won a pledge from Congress gradually to raise
BAH until rates covered
100 percent of average
rental costs off base. The
big worry for privatization
deals shifted to windfall
profits. That’s when the
services began restructuring deals so a portion of
rental streams went into
recapitalization accounts,
which are jointly managed
by local military housing
officials to ensure housing
quality is sustained.
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might be getting renters on
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recipients in requiring tenants on base to pay some
rent out of pocket as BAH
rates are curbed. Those
rent payments not only
covers fees promised by
contract to housing managers, but part of those
dollars supports local “recapitalization” accounts to
repair and maintain base
housing units.
The housing official
explained that about one
third of privatized units,
mostly those in high-rent
areas like California and
Hawaii, have robust recapitalization accounts
because BAH there is
relatively high. Another
third of base housing have
adequate maintenance
and repair dollars.
But the final third of
privatization housing
inventories are in rural
areas, mostly on or near
Army and Air Force bases.
Their recapitalization
accounts are barely sufficient to keeping housing
in good condition. These
bases could begin to see
housing deteriorate if cash
flows from renters are allowed to fall by three percent, after inflation, over
the next three years.
site coordinator. This year
we have 45 volunteers here
to help the Air Commandos
file their taxes.”
During last tax season,
the Hurlburt Field Tax Center completed 1,300 returns,
saving $250K dollars in tax
preparation fees, and earning customers more than
$3M in refunds.
To schedule an appointment, call (850) 884-7542.
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economy.
The out-of-pocket
cost, the housing expert
explained, is “not hard
to figure out because the
absorption is the same for
each pay grade all across
the country,” he said.
“With one percent, the absorption range…is going
to range from about $16 a
month up to $25.”
Under current privatization deals, housing
managers are required to
provide renters’ insurance
to military tenants. Under
new contracts, renters
will have to purchase their
own. Some might find
they already have such
coverage through USAA
or other insurers that are
popular with the military.
If they don’t, families will
be encouraged to buy their
own renter’s insurance
but it will be their personal
choice.
The Obama administration’s defense budget
for fiscal 2016 is expected
to seek another one percent dampening of BAH
next January and again in
2017. If Congress agrees,
BAH would cover only 97
percent of rental costs.
Military housing officials have more in mind
than fairness-for-all-BAH
Starting Feb. 2, the Hurlburt Field Tax Center will begin
taking appointments on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Tuesdays and Thursdays will remain walk-in days.
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they’re bearing whether
it’s one percent [of average rental costs] out of
pocket or absent renter’s
insurance, then people on
base will bear the same
burden,” said the official.
A BAH rate protection
rule ensures that families
living off base they won’t
see a drop in allowances
unless they move to new
assignments or have to
change residences. That
same rule protects those
already residing on base.
As long as they stay in
current base housing, they
won’t have to pay rent in
excess of monthly BAH.
Sometime soon, however, Army, Air Force,
Marine Corps and Navy
housing officials will give
notice that members moving into privatized housing
will have to pay rent equal
to BAH plus one percent.
That will match the onepercent absorption rate
designed into 2015 BAH
rates, and already being
felt by new occupants
of housing on the local
By Senior Airman
Krystal M. Garrett
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Tom
Philpott
Congress last month
voted to allow BAH rates,
starting in 2015, to be
trimmed in two ways:
by setting rates to cover
only 99 percent, not 100
percent, of average rental
costs for members’ pay
grade and assignment
area; also by no longer including in BAH added dollars to cover the expense
of renter’s insurance in
case personal property is
damaged or stolen.
Both changes are
reflected in BAH rates
published Jan. 1. And as
military renters moving into housing on the
economy feel the effect of
slightly dampened allowances, so too will families
moving into privatized
base housing, the Defense
official said. He declined
to be named so he could
speak more frankly about
privatized housing and
new BAH changes.
“The basic premise is
that whatever is happening to everybody in town,
whatever added burden
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single family homes.
Indeed,
the only
stateside
housing
the military still
owns are
historic
general officer quarters and small clusters of
homes at small, remote
bases where no private
partners could be enticed
to cut takeover deals.
Families electing to
live in privatized base
units sign rental contracts
that, until this year, had
one unique feature: rents
always matched their
monthly BAH. Those who
agree to pay using payroll
allotment avoid a security
deposit. Other occupants
must write monthly
checks or arrange electronic transfers to the
housing management
company just like families
have to do renting on the
local economy.
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Families living in
privatized military housing units will not escape
the impact of moves Congress made last month to
dampen the value of Basic
Allowance for Housing
(BAH), says a Defense Department housing expert
who is coordinating with
service branches to implement the changes.
The result will be that
families moving into privatized base housing will
begin to pay rent that is
one-percent higher than
their monthly BAH, and
could be 3 percent higher
by 2017.
Older generations
of military retirees and
veterans might not know
that, starting in 1997, the
services began to enter
partnerships with private
developers to renovate or
build, and then manage
and maintain, stateside
family housing. Today
there are 205,000 privatized military housing
units, mostly apartments
and townhouses but also
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$150. - 2 pc Motorcycle
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Leather New $100.
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$199 deposit
for 1’s 2’s and 3’s.
Reduced rent on
the 2 bdrms 2
baths starting at
$770.00
Falcon House
850-862-5915
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Navarre, Water access,
gorgeous newly renovated 3/2 2000sf for
NCO/OFF, pets okay.
(305) 803-9158
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6.1 Wooded Acres off
Don Graff Rd. in Freeport. High and dry,
Northside fenced, 25
mins.
to
beach,
$85,000
Call
850-835-2948.
If you didn’t
advertise here,
you’re missing
out on potential
customers.
ROOMMATE TO
SHARE
2500sqft lake front
house w/single owner
32Kgal pool,
gameroom, premium
Directv, gourmet
kitchen, 5 miles
Hurlburt & Beach $450.
& 1/2 electr.
850-686-9651
Destin 3br / 2.5ba,
Exceptionally well
maint., fenced backyard, tile & carpet,
auto-garage open,
all appliances
convey, all elec,
beautifully landscaped, sprinkler fyf,
new deck on side &
backyard, move-in
ready! MUST SEE!
$235,000
MLS # 718155
Marie Leibold
Sandpiper Cove
Realty
850-865-2741
see on realtor.com /
emeraldcoasthomesonline.com
Gulf Breeze
2984 Ranchette Sq
3br-2ba,
.48
Acres,
1467sq ft., $160,000.
Call 850-733-0397
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For sale or rent:
Waterfront Property on
Okaloosa
Island
3BR/3BA with dock rent
$1400 w/deposit, sale
price
$415K.
Call
903-450-5357 Cecil or
[email protected]
2005 Acura TL, Fair
condition
w/many
new
parts,
tinted
windows, 12” woofer,
looks & runs great
$6000
firm.
Call
850-619-9964
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FL10365
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56654
2007 Sea Boss 18 ft
Center Console. 115
Mercury Optimax Engine. Must see.
Asking $15,200.
Call 850-678-0159
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