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Air Force Fellows bring home 18th Win in National ACAAI Competition
January 11, 2023
Capt. (Dr.) Robert Brooks, left, and Maj. (Dr.) Kent Miller, right, allergy and immunology fellows, pose for a photo with their 2022 Fellows in Training Bowl trophy in Louisville, Kentucky, Nov. 22, 2022.

DAF authorizes pass for COVID-19 booster by Dec. 1
November 10, 2022
A medical technician administers a COVID-19 vaccine to a patient.

Air Force discusses future of medicine at annual workshop
December 28, 2021
Image of Airmen taking a photo.

The Air Force Medical Service in the Persian Gulf War and the need for critical care
January 20, 2021
Medical personnel use litters to transport Cpl. Richard Ramirez, 1st Marine Division, and other wounded to a C-141B Starlifter aircraft.  The patients are being medically evacuated from Al-Jubayl Air Base to Germany for treatment of wounds received during Operation Desert Storm.

AETC Command Surgeon provides thoughts on Air Force Medicine
October 17, 2018
As Air Force Medicine continues to go through organizational change, the MAJCOM Surgeons are hard at work, playing a pivotal role in the Air Force’s ability to stay on the leading edge of Trusted Care healthcare. This month we sat down with Air Education and Training Command’s Surgeon, Col. (Dr.) Gianna R. Zeh, to discuss ongoing improvements, how medical Airmen can succeed, and her personal journey as a leader.

New strategy charts Air Force Medicine course
August 21, 2018
The Air Force Medical Service is in a time of transition, with new leadership, evolving readiness requirements and congressional mandates all affecting its future.

Retiring Air Force Surgeon General saw revolution in expeditionary care
May 22, 2018
Lt. Gen. Mark Ediger, U.S. Air Force Surgeon General, photographed in his office at the Pentagon, July 8, 2016. Ediger retires from the Air Force, June 1.

Military Surgeons General testify on medical readiness at Senate hearing
April 30, 2018
Medical personnel from William Beaumont Army Medical Center on Fort Bliss, Texas, prepare for treatment of a simulated postpartum hemorrhage using the center’s new simulation system, which provides cutting-edge scenarios for training to medical staff, March 29, 2018. The new simulation system aims to increase communication and improve interdisciplinary and clinical performance of staff when treating obstetrics emergencies.