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NOVEMBER MONTH OF THE MILITARY FAMILY

FALL FESTIVAL • SANTA'S WINTER WONDERLAND 42D FORCE SUPPORT SQUADRON • 4TH QUARTER • OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2019


@ Maxwell

Club

Fall Fest Pumpkin Patch Trunk or treat Partnering with ACSC

Petting Zoo hayrides

*food available for purchase No federal endorsement of sponsors is intended.

October 19 4 - 7 PM


In this issue

October,November and December pg 2-3 | Fall Festival

pg 23 | Better Yourself

A Festival of Pumpkins, Activities, Treats and More!

Register for Professional Development Classes

pg 5 | Who's Who in the 42

pg 24-25 | Holiday Plans

Meet Maj AnnaBelle Hill

Get Ready to Visit Santa or Plan Your Next Holiday Gift

pg 6-13 | Calendars

stay Connected with your community LIKE US ON FACEBOOK

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October, November, December

pg 27 | Lodging

pg 14-15 | Great Deals

Giving Visiting Families a Place to Stay This Season

Win a $50 FSS Gift Card & Learn about Exchange Benefits

Survivor Counseling and Casualty Assistance & Calendars

pg 16 | GIs of Comedy A Comedy Show from US Veterans

pg 31 | Your Next Step

pg 18-19 | Military Families Honoring Military Families

pg 20-21 | New to Gunter FSS Satellite Facility Opening & an Incoming Coffee Shop FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM

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pg 28-29 | A&FRC

Attend a Fair to Find Your Next College or Job

pg 33-35 | Information Contact Information, Hours of Operation, Maps

pg 22 | Group Fitness Find Your Next Athletic Class

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ON THE COVER Thank you so much to the Rodriguez family for representing military families on our cover! James and Debbie, along with Joey, Julia, and Rachel, are just one of the many reasons our military members keep going every single day. Their support and love help

The Life at the Max magazine is a quarterly 42d Force Support Squadron publication. The appearance of ads and/or sponsorship in the publication does not constitute endorsement by the Department of the Air Force or the products or services advertised. Contents of the magazine are not the official view of, or endorsed by the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense or the Department of the Air Force.

carry Col Rodriguez through his responsibilities at Air University and Air War College. Special thanks to our photographer: Keith Hildebrand from Total Image Studio! See More on Page 18-19

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42 FSS Command Commander

Force Development

Maj AnnaBelle Hill

Bruce Barton

Deputy

Resource Management

Mark Wilke

Amy Brightbill

Operations Officer

Sustainment Services

Maj Megan Mooney

Billy Anderson

Superintendent

Child & Youth Services

SMSgt Tonya McKenzie

Shaquita Lett

MArketing & Publicity

Civilian Personnel

Airman & Family Readiness

Marketing Director

Digital Media & Writer

Don Comstock

Joe Missildine

Stacy King

Gail White

Manpower & Organization

Military Personnel

Marketing Assistant

Graphic Designer

Paul Larson

1st Lt Kennisa Rafanan-Reynolds

Mike Holcomb

Claudia Parson

Commercial Sponsorship

Marketing Clerk & Max Graphics

Missy Rentfro

Diana Faber

Community Services

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What is your favorite part of being the new FSS commander so far?

...my professional

goal is to make sure my staff and I can work hard to make sure every one of you understand how

special this place

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will remain in your heart even as you continue on to other assignments.

Who 42 in the

Meet the NEW 42 FSS Commander, Maj AnnaBelle S. Hill

What factors do you include in everyday leadership?

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?

At the beginning of my career as an Airman, I was told of how uniquely special the experience of military service would be and the wonderful people I would eventually meet. Those expectations still hold true today because of the Air Force's values that all of us live by. The best advice is to live every day by those things that set us apart from everyone else--those things that make all of us great: integrity, service before self, and striving to excel in everything we do. Because of those values, I am so proud of what we do for the Air Force, our community, our families, our fellow Americans, and our international partners.

As much as I would like everyone to think that I came into the world as the Airman I am today, I know that what I have become, as a leader, is a collection of not only my early-on experiences, but more importantly, the collection of everyone I have served with. I feel like I continually win the lottery with the senior leadership I have served with. I still learn so much from our youngest Airmen who bring so much to the table with their bright-eyed and enthusiastic approach to any mission. Our civilian staff members, who, with their wealth of knowledge, keep our facilities running smoothly every day. Then, somehow, I have cornered the market on getting paired with some extraordinary senior noncommissioned officers who have always guided me with their vast knowledge and experiences. So, I lead as a collection of the very best traits the Air Force has produced through the past few decades.

I believe that no matter what the unit or activity, the Air Force is powered by amazing Airmen and their families and wonderful civilian employees who make sure we are mission-ready. So, in the past few months, I have had the unique privilege, that only a commander can have, of going out and meeting so many good-hearted and passionate people who work hard every day at our facilities to make sure we are all taken care of. What would you like to say to Airmen of Maxwell-Gunter and their families? ​ irst, I am so happy to be here and excited F to be a commander of the 42 FSS, as we get to do so much for our Airmen, your families, and our civilians. In the past several months, I have gotten to meet so many great people and look forward to meeting everyone. Maxwell-Gunter and the River Region is such a charming place, and I have enjoyed the many times I have gotten to be here. Therefore, my professional goal is to make sure my staff and I can work hard to make sure every one of you understand how special this place will remain in your heart even as you continue on to other assignments. We have some great things coming up like next year's, highly-anticipated air show--the timing of my squadron command could not be any better. How would you encourage Airmen to utilize the FSS services? I​ have spent my entire life under the auspices of the U.S. military: my grand father was a career Sailor; and my father is a Marine. I just think it is great that we are in an organization that understands how important it is to provide so many facilities, activities and services to our Airmen, their families, and our civilians. This is my fifth time back to the wonderful River Region-I started my Air Force career here as an ROTC cadet at summer field training. So, of course I have always enjoyed its contrasting combination of rich culture of history and its revitalized districts, but I think it is important for all of us to remember that these FSS facilities are funded, in large part, by all of us, and therefore, it is up to us to make sure we keep it by using it. So, as you and your family members look through this magazine, discover the things 42 FSS offers, take advantage of them, and encourage others to do the same.

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OCT

04 PENTON FARMS

PUMPKIN PATCH

When you think of fall, the first thing you’ve got to think of is pumpkins! Pumpkin spice latte, jack-o'-lanterns, pumpkin scented candles, and the overall, color orange. We can provide some of that by sending you right to the source of this iconic fall symbol. Join Information, Tickets & Tours as we take you to Penton Farms so you can pick out your very own pumpkin! They also have all sorts of fun activities including wagon rides, animal barns, playgrounds, a human hamster wheel, pumpkin bowling, and so much more! Cost is $15 per person, and don’t forget to register by October 4!

INFO: 334-953-6351

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OKTOBERFEST Some things that remain the same since the

first Oktoberfest in 1810 is good company, great

OCTOBER

Bar Drink Specials Club • All Month • Tuesday-Friday • $5.50 Chocolate Martini: Vodka, Bailey’s and Crème de Cacao

food, and lots of beer. Go to the Club and enjoy

Bingo at Bowling

pretzels, brats, and schnitzel that will be available

Bowling Centers • Open Hours • $1/Card • Two entries per player

for purchase beginning at 4:30pm. Join the Tap

Kids Happy Funtime

Takeover as all of our drink options are taken over by

Maxwell Bowling • 2:30-5pm • $3/Child • Includes one game, shoes, and your choice of a scoop of ice cream or 24 oz. soda

German specialty beer. Don't forget to dress up in your best Lederhosen or Dirndls.

04 | Oktoberfest

INFO: 334-953-7820

07 | Get Golf Ready in 5 Days

Club • 4:30pm • Food and drink available for purchase

Golf • October 7-11 • 5-6:30pm $99/Person • Register by October 6

10 | Maxwell Employment Expo A&FRC • Club • 10am-1pm • Free

11 | R4R Halloween for Adults Maxwell Bowling • 5:30pm • Free/Active Duty, $10/Others

12 | 4 Person Scramble Golf • 8am • $25/Members, $49/Non-members $14/Carts • Register by October 11

| Penton Farms Pumpkin Patch ITT • Penton Farms • 8am-4pm • $15/Person Register by October 4

15 | Quartermania Maxwell Bowling • 1:30-8pm • $0.25/Shoes & food deals

16 | Boss's Day Club • 11am • $12.50/Person • First 20 customers eat free!

17 | Education Fair Club • 10am-2pm • Free

19 | Fall Festival

HALLOWEEN BOWLING PARTY

Do you have the best costume at Maxwell? Then let’s see what you’ve got! Celebrate Halloween at Maxwell Bowling Center with your family and friends. We’ll start out with regular bowling, have a costume contest between 4-6pm, and end with glow bowling. There will be door prizes, and if you make a reservation by October 18, you’ll receive a gift bag to take home!

INFO: 334-953-5049

Club • 4-7pm • Free • Food available for purchase Pumpkin patch, hayrides, trunk or treat, and more!

25 | Halloween Party for Kids Maxwell Bowling • 4:30-6pm • $10/Children, $12/Adults

26 | Halloween Kiddie Bingo Club • 1pm • Free/Members, $5/Non-members Costume contest and treats!

Chewacla Family Hike ODR • Chewacla State Park • 9am-4pm $12/Person • Register by October 18

30 | Fright Night Dodgeball Tournament Maxwell Fitness • 5:30pm • Free • Register by October 29

31 | Halloween Party Club • 5pm • Food and drink available for purchase in the Main Bar

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AUBURN RAPTOR PROGRAM If you’ve lived in Alabama long enough, you may have heard someone yell out “War Eagle!” This is the battle cry of Auburn, and they know a thing or two about birds of prey. On November 5th, they’re traveling to Hopper Lodge and bringing a few of their feathered friends along with them, and you’re invited to check them out! They’ll be introducing a variety of vulturous birds, spreading awareness and information about all the unique species that inhabit our beautiful state. You’ll be able to get up close and personal with birds you can only see at a distance in the wild. It’s free to attend, so drop by around 3:30pm and get a front-row seat to a truly great experience.

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INFO: 334-953-6144

NOV

09 THANKSGIVING FEAST Here in sweet home Alabama, we know how to make really good

southern-style food. Imagine freshly cooked turkey with gravy, cranberry sauce, carved ham, prime rib, sweet potato or green bean casserole, Yukon mashed potatoes, and an assortment of drinks and desserts. If your mouth is already watering, then call us to reserve a seat now! Cost is $25 for members, $35 for non-members, $15 for kids 6-12, and children under 5 eat free. Reservations and prepayments are required by November 22.

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NOVEMBER Bar Drink Specials

Club • All Month • Tuesday-Friday • $5.50 Breakfast in Bed: 7&7, Butterscotch and Orange

Bingo at Bowling Bowling Centers • Open Hours • $1/Card • Two entries per player

Kids Happy Funtime Maxwell Bowling • 2:30-5pm • $3/Child • Includes one game, shoes, and your choice of a scoop of ice cream or 24 oz. soda

02 | Alabama Wine Trail ITT • 9am-6pm • $30/Person • Register by October 25

05 |Auburn Raptor Program ODR • Hopper Lodge • 4-5pm • Free

09 |Nature Scavenger Hunt ODR • Lanark • 1-4pm • $5/Person • Register by November 1

TURKEY SHOOT

Why go to the grocery store and buy a turkey like you do every year when you can shoot for one at the Golf Course? Cypress Tree is holding a competition where you win your own turkey! Take the time to spend with your friends playing the game that you love, make it as fun and competitive as you want, then relax for some light lunch following play. It begins with a shotgun start at 8am, costing $25 for members or $49 for non-members. Carts are available for rent at $14.

INFO: 334-953-2209

|Turkey Shoot - 4 Person Scramble Golf • 8am • $25/Members, $49/Non-members $14/Carts • Register by November 8

12 | BOGO Free Milkshakes Maxwell Bowling • November 12-15 • 2:30-4:30pm $4/Shake & 1 Free

13 | Volunteer Appreciation A&FRC • 11am-1pm • Free

14 | Latch Key Program A&FRC • 5-6pm • Free • Register by November 13

15 | Family Bowling Night Maxwell Bowling • 5:30-8:30pm • $5/Family

16 | Escapology ODR • 6pm • $5/Single Airman, $15/Others Register by November 8

19 | Membership Appreciation Lunch Club • 11am • Free/Members, $12.50/Non-members

Paint, Sip, and Mingle Club • 5pm • $20/Members, $30/Non-members Includes one glass of wine per person Reservations and prepayments by November 14

21 | GIs of Comedy Club • 6pm • Free • 18 and older

25 | Thanksgiving Kids Bowl Free Bowling Centers • November 25-27 • Maxwell: 9am-5pm Gunter: 10:30am-2:30pm • $1.50/Shoes

28 | Thanksgiving Feast Club • 11am & 2pm • $25/Members $35/Non-members, $15/Kids ages 6-12, Free/Kids 5 & under Reservations and prepayments by November 22

29 | Pro Shop Holiday Sale Golf • 6:30am-5pm • Items up to 25% off

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NATIONAL

GINGERBREAD HOUSE DAY

Are you the kind of person who loves making tasty treats around the winter holidays? Sign up through Outdoor Recreation and make your way over to Hopper Lodge because we’re building gingerbread houses!

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You’ll be provided with your very own kit to create a masterpiece of art and food that you can bring home. Starting at 4:30pm, join us in this is a great way to kick off the holiday season! The cost is $5 per person.

INFO: 334-953-6144

STONE MOUNTAIN CHRISTMAS

We bet that everyone has a tradition they like to do during this time of year. What’s yours? Christmas light viewing, visiting Santa Claus, watching old-time Christmas movies like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, sledding, or going caroling? If so, or if you ever wanted to try something new, visit Stone Mountain this year. Information, Tickets & Tours will take you there for $60 per person so you can experience everything listed and more! Spend the entire day surrounded by your loved ones and watching the spirit of the holidays come to life all around you. Be sure to register by December 6!

INFO: 334-953-6351

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NEW YEAR'S EVE

PARTY

DECEMBER Bar Drink Specials

This year has been a crazy one. Between work, holidays, vacations, and the daily grind, you've certainly been busy! Now is the time to put the year 2019 to rest and kickstart your adventure into 2020 at the Maxwell Bowling Center. We’re having a large party before the big countdown, and you’re invited to attend. There will be loads of decorations, prizes, party favors, and giveaways beginning at 6:30pm at the cost of $15 per person or $75 per lane. Register by December 27 to ensure your spot in this fun event!

INFO: 334-953-5049

Club • All Month • Tuesday-Friday • $5.50 Christmas on the Beach: Vodka, Peach Schnapps, Orange & Cranberry Juice

Kids Happy Funtime Maxwell Bowling • 2-5pm • $3/Child • Includes one game, shoes, and your choice of a scoop of ice cream or 24 oz. soda

06 |Glow Ball Tournament Golf • 5pm • $25/Person • Register by November 30

07 | Santa's Winter Wonderland Club • 8-11am • Free • Enjoy crafts and meet Santa!

11 | Prime Rib Night Club • 5:30-7:30pm • $25/Members, $35/Non-members Prepayments due by December 10

12 | National Gingerbread House Day ODR • Hopper Lodge • 4:30-6:30pm $5/Person • Register by December 5

13 | Ugly Sweater Contest

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Maxwell Bowling • 5:30pm • Free/Active Duty, $10/Others

14 | Stone Mountain Christmas ITT • 9am-11pm • $60/Person • Register by December 6

Holiday Kiddie Bingo Club • 1pm • Free/Members, $5/Non-members

23 | Christmas Kids Bowl Free Maxwell Bowling • 6:30-10pm • $1.50/Shoes December 23, 26-27, 30-31 January 2-3

31 | New Year's Eve Party Maxwell Bowling • 6:30-10pm • $15/Person, $75/Lane Register by December 27

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SAVE THE DATE

Air & Space Show April 18-19, 2020 • Gates open at 8am

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3D MOVIE

There is always something unique about movies nowadays. They can make beautiful scenes with CGI that even animation looks like it could be real life. To make it better, someone had the brilliant idea of turning a movie into 3D where it looks like the images on the screen are coming right out at you! If you’ve never experienced that before, then let the Gunter Youth Center show it to you. We’ll be voting for movies in the weeks before November

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15, then bringing you to the Prattville Promenade 12 to have a night filled with popcorn and big-screen entertainment. Sign up at $10 for members and $15 for non-members.

INFO: 334-416-3436

LAST SATURDAY Do you love rides? Do you appreciate ring toss games or shooting hoop challenges? Sign up with the Maxwell Youth Center to travel to the OWA Amusement park where you can go on all sorts of different spinning, swirling, and flipping rides! Reminisce with your family and friends with all the Midway games the park has to offer like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, or Mortal Kombat. Take a break at the nearby benches and shaded areas before trying your hand a variety of challenging games. Certain games will give you the opportunity to bring home a keepsake prize that will have you remembering all the fun you will had. The fun lasts from 7:30am to 4pm at the cost of $30 per member or $35 for non-members.

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YOUTH ACTIVITIES OCTOBER

01 | Youth Basketball Registration YCs • 12-5:30pm • $85/Members, $110/Non-members Registration runs through November 1

04 | Teen Night MYC • Board Game Night • 6-9pm $5/Members, $10/Non-members

11 | Passport to Manhood MYC • 6:30pm-12:30am $30/Members, $35/Non-members

18 | Gunter Kickback GYC • Video Game Night • 6:30-9:30pm $7/Members, $10/Non-members

26 | Last Saturday MYC • OWA Amusement Park • 7:30am-4pm $35/Members, $40/Non-members

NOVEMBER 01 | Teen Night

CALLAWAY GARDENS

There’s a world that’s just waiting to be explored in Pine Mountain, Georgia. A fantasy world of lights, a ride through an illuminated wilderness, and over 8 million twinkling lights that make up all sorts of imagery. Christmas

MYC • Escapology • 6:30-9:30pm $20/Members, $25/Non-members

04 | Right Start Basketball YCs • 12-5:30pm • $45 • Register until December 6

08 | Open Rec Night MYC • Maxwell Bowling Galaxy Bowl 6:30-8:30pm • $7/Members, $10/Non-members

15 | Gunter Kickback GYC • 3D Movie Night • 6-9pm $15/Members, $20/Non-members

30 | Last Saturday MYC • 1:30-5:30pm • Free/Members, $5/Non-members

in Callaway has been rated one of the Top

DECEMBER

10 Light Displays in the world by National

06 | Teen Night

Geographic and will give you a magical memory to remember! Sit back, drink a delicious cup of cocoa, and get acquainted with over 2,500 acres of scenic beauty that’s dressed up for the holidays. Our Youth Centers are taking any kids 12 years and up at a cost of $5 for members and $7 for non-members.

INFO: 334-953-6292

MYC • Callaway Gardens • 6-9pm $10/Members, $15/Non-members

13 | Open Rec Night MYC • Trampoline Park • 6-8pm $25/Members, $30/Non-members

20 |Gunter Kickback GYC • Laser Tag/Knocker Ball • 6-8pm $5/Members, $10/Non-members

28 |Last Saturday MYC • 1:30-5:30pm • Free

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EAT. PLAY. WIN. IT'S THAT SIMPLE...

WEEKLY CHANCES TO WIN

$50 FSS GIFT CARD

NOVEMBER 2 - DECEMBER 27

Here’s how to play...eat at any one of these FSS locations:

Two Putts Grill at Golf Course Maxwell Club T&G Rickenbacker’s Bowling Centers

Must be 18 years of age and older to participate. A minimum $5 food purchase required. For complete details, rules and eligibility inquire within or visit www.lifeatthemax.us.

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… and you could be eligible. Make any food purchase from Sunday to Saturday, and receive a “punch” on your official entry card. Once you receive four punches on the entry card, turn it in at any participating location for entry. Every week one lucky person will win!


Did you KNOW? Of all the benefits available for military members and their families, shopping at the Exchange is one of the most rewarding. Not only are you offered quality items and services without having to factor in taxes, but utilizing these services comes right back to you in different ways.

The Main Store carries everything from pet food to special brand clothing and accessories. Additional Express services across Maxwell and Gunter include convenience stores and gas stations, a Class Six, Military Clothing Stores, and food stores with well known names like Charley’s, Popeye’s, Taco Bell, and Burger King. There’s also a Firestone for your vehicular needs with a car wash close by, barber and beauty shops, alterations and dry cleaning for uniforms, and so much more. Find everything that’s available to you by visiting shopmyexchange.com and finding our base!

Every purchase, right down to the penny, is given back to a variety of programs that improve your community. A portion of the funds go toward paying for programs that our customers can enjoy at no cost like a concert or seasonal celebration. This includes events such as our Fall Festival on October 19 or Santa’s Winter Wonderland on December 7. Some funds help the cost of meals at annual award banquets or a change of command. The Exchange is also vital for helping our Quality of Life programs which include Outdoor Recreation, Child Development Centers, School Age Centers, and Fitness Centers. These facilities help raise the young minds of future generations and ensure that our Airmen remain strong and healthy to carry on the Air Force Mission. After two-thirds of the earnings are put back into military programs, the remaining third is used to increase the quality of the stores both online and in person.

You can get added bonuses for shopping at an Exchange near you by signing up to be a Military Star Card Holder. This allows you a discount of 5 cents per gallon up to 20 gallons on fuel purchases and a 10% discount for all food purchases. For every accumulated $1,000 in purchases you spend at these facilities, you get a $20 gift card! Between weekly sales tabloids and special offers, you’ll get many special savings only found on base with zero interest offers throughout every year. If you find a better deal elsewhere, the Exchange offers a Price Match guarantee! The Exchange is proud to serve the military alongside their families, and highly encourage the use of their facilities so they can help give back. They are always looking to improve and are happy to hear about any suggestions from their community. Any customer comments can be sent directly to hyland@aafes, filling out a customer form on-line, or by speaking directly with a facility manager.

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The Parsons Family Left to Right: Claudia, Maria, and Maj Stephen Parson My husband and I have been married for 8 years. During that time, we've learned to rely on one another fully and the importance of community - being so far from family. We've toured the South during my husband's military career - Arkansas, Texas and now Alabama! We've gone through 5 deployments and numerous TDYs. We have two children - 1 in Heaven and 1 here on Earth. While this military life hasn't always been easy, the incredible friendships made and experiences gained have been worth it! - Claudia

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The Rodrignez Family Left to Right: Joey, Julia, Debbie, Col James Rodrignez, and Rachel I grew up in a large Italian family in NJ, where even the extended family never moved more than 30 minutes away. When I decided to marry my husband I knew my life would never be anything like that I had known. As I reflect on my years as an Air Force wife, I can definitely say I enjoyed every one of our assignments. Every chapter of our life has brought great joy and even adventure. We have travelled the world from the Pacific to Europe. Along the way we have encountered many incredible people for whom we call our family. Of course we have had our challenges, known sacrifice, sorrow, and even loss. For these experiences are who we are today, a family that is strong, adaptable, adventurous and devoted to each other. As we look forward to retirement from active duty, I can say, I am proud of my husband’s service, our children, and the life we have had in the Air Force. I wouldn’t change it for the world. - Debbie

The Hogue Family Left to Right: MSgt(s) Rebecca Hogue, Jaxon, Jase, and Msgt Jonathan Hogue Our life as a military family has brought us an outstanding opportunity to see the world and start a family. My wife Rebecca and I met in Ramstein Germany over 11 years ago. In that time we have traveled all over the world and started our family with our two boys. We recognize that military life brings stress and challenges, however, we are both grateful for the opportunities and benefits we have received over the years of our service. Our children, although young, have become extremely resilient as the nature of our business comes with moving every few years. Every stop on the journey comes with new friendships and new beginnings and we continue to look forward to the next stop. - Jonathan

The Grant Family Left to Right: Christopher II, Msgt Ronica Grant, Christopher, and Kristina My husband Christopher and I have been married for 13 years, and we have two wonderful children Kristina (8) and Christopher II (7). Being a military family has been a balancing act over the years. With my husband being prior Navy, the military life has been easier to handle. We make most decisions as a family unit, which I believe is healthy for us. With the inclusion of our children’s decisions we all adapt quickly to change; be it moving schools and making friends or my husband finding a new job. The military provides many services to help with the transition. I am so blessed and grateful for my military family, and I believe we, The Grant Family, are closer because of it. - Ronica

The Dewey Family Left to Right: Naomi, Sarah, and Maj Brandon Dewey Military life is not easy, and as a family, we certainly face different issues than non-military families. Being a military spouse can mean setting aside your personal goals/aspirations to support your significant other. However, being part of a military family connects you to a tremendous support network, and it's incredible! Taking part in military life can bring incredible opportunities, such as frequent traveling and even living abroad for several years. The military family lifestyle can be relentless, but we make the best of any situation and enjoy the experience and expanding our network of friends. My family and I are grateful to be part of this Air Force Military Family. - Sarah

More details to come at LifeAtTheMax.us

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G U N T E R S AT E L L I T E

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8 : 0 0 A M Find the conveniences of the Force Support Squadron right here at the FSS Satellite on Gunter Annex. Walk-ins are available for our services such as Career Development, Force Management, Airman & Family Readiness (during morning), and Outdoor Rec or Information, Ticket and Tour purchases. Some equipment will take up to 2 days to deliver to Gunter, so be sure to make your orders accordingly! Other facilities are appointment only such as the DEERS ID through the Military Personnel Flight, Airman & Family Readiness (during afternoon), and Career Assistance through the Professional Development Center. All facilities close by 4pm and are liable to be closed during holidays, weekends, and AETC approved family days. For specific opening hours, check out page 33.

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COMING SOON HANGER 42 We Got Your Brew!

We proudly brew Starbucks™ Coffee! Coffee, Lattes, Americano, Cappuccino, Frappuccino, Tea, Smoothies and more!

sandwiches &salads BREAKFAST & LUNCH

ARTISANAL BREADS • CIABATTA • SOURDOUGH

located inside the

GUNTER EXPRESS, BUILDING 814 More information coming soon!

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Whether you are hitting up the gym to gain muscle, build your stamina, or simply wanting to better your health, our Fitness Centers have the class for you! Join in one of our multiple workout groups and start bragging about your new gains in no time!

SPIN

ALL FITNESS LEVELS You will find this to be the most exhilarating hour of your day. More than just a physical workout, super energetic and motivating, you’ll burn calories and increase fitness with interval drills, hill sprints, and speed.

ZUMBA

ALL FITNESS LEVELS A fusion of Latin and International music - dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting, effective fitness system! The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. Zumba utilizes the principles of fitness interval training and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning and total body toning. It is a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to follow dance steps.

H.I.I.T

INTERMEDIATE FITNESS LEVELS Stands for high intensity interval training that is comprised of 8 or more exercises that are performed by intervals of time or repetitions. This type workout is used to incorporate high intensity cardiovascular training to increase overall muscular strength.

BODY EXTREME

ALL FITNESS LEVELS A complete total body workout designed to increase strength and cardio fitness while improving balance & flexibility.

GUNTER • 334-416-1250 MAXWELL • 334-953-5953

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Classes are subject to be changed monthly due to availability. For dates and hours, please check


YOGA

ALL FITNESS LEVELS Yoga with an emphasis on breath/ body movement. We hold poses, but our focus is on the transition between poses and the body control we develop therein.

TABATA

ALL FITNESS LEVELS Tabata workouts are short in duration and designed to boost post exercise calorie burn so your metabolism keeps burning more calories long after the exercise is over. Within each workout, you will experience short intervals based on Tabata training that delivers a calorie drenching workout and post metabolic boost.

STRENGTH STRETCH & FLEXIBILITY

ALL FITNESS LEVELS Strength Stretch/Flexibility helps when daily activities such as getting out of bed, lifting a child, or squatting to pick something up can become more difficult to do. In addition, inadequate flexibility can affect your athletic performance by preventing you from reaching the full potential, strength, and power of your muscles.

RUN/ENDURANCE

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED FITNESS LEVELS Run/Endurance acts as an active recovery based workout from the H.I.I.T workouts in which the intensity is reduced. The average distance for the run is 2.5 to 3 miles.

The Professional Development Center exists for one reason…you!!! Please take advantage of the many courses offered within this center. We offer John Maxwell courses that take you into a deep dive so that you understand your strengths and weaknesses while offering new perspectives so that you can better lead and manage at your level. We also provide courses that help you write better, such as the bullet writing that is led by some talented writers. Other courses will help you coach and lead your teams; this class is normally reserved for supervisors and it is hosted by our friends at the Eaker Center. All courses located on our SharePoint site are open to not only the military and civilian members, but their spouses as well. We encourage all to come and participate. If your spouse is unable to access the SharePoint, just give us a call or email and we will be happy to get them signed up. This program exists for you! If there is some specialty training you would like to see us offer please let us know and we’ll do our best to create a course and find someone with that talent to lead the class. Come by and see for yourself how we can assist you. Your professional development is awaiting.

JOHN C. MAXWELL CLASS SCHEDULE BE A CONNECTOR, NOT JUST A CLIMBER October 10 from 3-4pm

THE CHOICES YOU MAKE, MAKE YOU October 24 from 3-4pm

INFLUENCE SHOULD BE LOANED BUT NOT GIVEN November 14 from 3-4pm

FOR EVERYTHING YOU GAIN, YOU HAVE TO GIVE UP SOMETHING November 28 from 3-4pm

THOSE WHO START THE JOURNEY WITH YOU SELDOM FINISH WITH YOU December 12 from 3-4pm www.lifeatthemax.us and visit your preferred fitness center. Each facility has their own special classes!

Register for classes at: https://cs2.eis.af.mil/sites/er/0291/SitePages/Home.aspx Call: (334) 953-7829 or Email: steven.martin.27@us.af.mil 20 North Pine Street, Maxwell AFB • Bldg. 501 www.LifeAtTheMax.us | 23


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For the Traveler Find a worthy challenge in one of our tournaments or get special discounts for the ones you care for by signing them up for a golf membership at Cypress Tree. The Pro Shop also has everything you need to get all new equipment during their Holiday Sale!

For the Adventurer Sign up your get-up-and-go family or friends for one of the outdoorsy trips Outdoor Rec has like hikes, Escapology, or scavenger hunts. If you need somewhere away from home, there are places to rent at Lake Martin or Mid-Bay shores.

Whether you’re trying to stay close or spread your wings across state lines, ITT can help. Buy tickets to nearby attractions that bring out the heart of the South and find a new local hot spot. Too close? Buy discounted tickets to Disney World or Universal Studios where you can see all things Mickey, Marvel, and more!

Set up a league for those seeking a fun time at Maxwell Bowling or Gunter Lanes! You can be knocking down pins and eating lunch all in one place with state of the art scoring systems! It’s as leisurely or challenging as you want it to be.

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Can’t decide where you want to go first? Too many options? Grab a FSS Gift Card to use at any of our facilities and let them choose for themselves! You can acquire them at Outdoor Rec, Maxwell Club, and our Bowling Centers.

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Mr. Mark Goodvine (334) 953-5048

Survivor Counseling & Casualty Assistance

All throughout your life, you’re handling insurance

significant things they can do. “Although the process

and finances and how you are going to prepare for the

can be frustrating and tedious, it is worth the effort.

future. But what happens at the end? Are you and your

Regardless of the era you served in, you are just as

family set up to handle when a loved one passes away?

deserving,” according to Mr. Goodvine. He offers training

to commanders, one-on-one briefings to retiring

This is where Mr. Mark Goodvine, our Casualty

Assistance Representative comes in. He provides

members on Maxwell and Gunter, and is the one-stop

services to First Term Airmen (FTAC) all the way to

shop for all surviving spouses. His reach goes across the

our Veterans, educating them on the importance of

entire state of Alabama and portions of Florida, Georgia,

Emergency Data Cards or naming beneficiaries. It’s

and Tennessee.

extremely important for all Airmen to ensure all their

future plans are set in stone, not only for themselves,

have served your time, don’t wait to learn about what

but for their family’s benefit as well. Don’t wait to ensure

benefits apply to you. Even if you're just curious as to

that your spouse or children will be taken care of should

what applies to you and how it works. Anything from

a time come where you are no longer around.

military retired pay, VA benefits, Civil Service benefits,

and much more can be found through Mr. Mark

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Whether you are just joining the Air Force or you

Goodvine at the Airman & Family Readiness Center.


Learn OCTOBER

• Right Start "Orientation for Newcomers": October 3 • 8am-12pm Military members must sign up via their CSS or Ms. Rebecca Hackett, 953-3791.

SOMETHING NEW!

• Job Search Strategies: Novemeber 6 • 10-11am

• "Fall" Into an Adventure: October 3 • 11am-12pm

• TAPGPS Workshop: October 11 & 15-18 • 8am-4pm Prerequisite: Pre-Separation counseling.

• Divorce Financial Brief: November 6 • 11:45am-12:45pm • Right Start "Orientation for Newcomers": November 7 • 8am-12pm • Military members must sign up via their CSS or Ms. Rebecca Hackett, 953-3791. • First Duty Station Officer: November 8 • 10am-12pm

• TSP Tuesday: October 8 • 11:45am-12:45pm • Maxwell Employment Expo: October 10 • 10am-1pm • Maxwell Club • Car Buying: October 10 • 3-4:15pm • Baby & You: October 16 • 8:30am-4pm Must register one week prior. • Positive, Peer Pressure: October 17 • 4-5pm • Relocation/Sponsorship Awareness Training: October 18 • 9-11am • Senior Transition Assistance Program Workshop: October 22-24 • 8am-4pm Prerequisite: Pre-Separation counseling

• Resume Writing "Private Sector": October 23 • 10-11am

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• Heartlink: November 1 • 8am-2:30pm Register for childcare by October 18. Register for class by October 25. • Pre-Separation Counseling: November 6 • 9-11am

• Marriage Financial Brief: October 2 • 11:45am-12:45pm

• Relate, Relax, Release: October 22 • 11:30am-12:30pm

55 South Mitchell Street • Building 677 • 334-953-2353

NOVEMBER

• Pre-Separation Counseling: October 2 • 9am-11am

• First Duty Station Officer: October 4 • 8am-12pm • Boots to Business: October 7-8 8am-4pm • Register by October 1

Airman & Family Readiness Center

• PCS Financial Brief: November 12 • 11:45am-12:45pm • Resume Writing “Private Sector”: November 13 • 10-11am • New Key Spouse Orientation: November 14 • 9am-3pm • Holiday Spending: November 14 • 11:45am-12:45pm • Relocation/Sponsorship Awareness Training: November 15 • 9-11am • TAPGPS Workshop: November 18-20 • 8am-4pm Prerequisite: Pre-Separation counseling • Holidays for Singles: November 19 • 11:30am-12:30pm • Resume Writing "Private Sector": November 20 • 10-11am • Vocational Track: November 21-22 • 8am-3pm

DECEMBER • Pre-Separation Counseling: December 4 • 9-11am • Interviewing Techniques: December 4 • 10-11am • Right Start "Orientation for Newcomers": December 5 • 8am-12pm Military members must sign up via their CSS or Ms. Rebecca Hackett, 953-3791. • Blended Families and the Holidays: December 5 • 10-11am • First Duty Station Officer: December 6 • 10am-12pm • New Key Spouse Orientation: December 7 • 9am-3pm • TAPGPS Workshop: December 9-11 • 8am-4pm Prerequisite: Pre-Separation counseling

• Surviving the Holiday Season: December 10 • 11am-12pm • Promotion Financial Brief: December 10 • 11:45am-12:45pm • Resume Writing "Private Sector": December 11 • 10-11am • • •

Department of Labor: December 12-13 • 8am-4pm Gambling: December 12 • 11:45am-12:45pm

First Child Financial Brief: December 18 • 9:30-10:30am

• Holidays for Singles: December 18 • 10-11am • Resume Writing "Private Sector": December 18 • 10-11am • Relocation/Sponsorship Awareness Training: December 20 • 9-11am • Job Search Strategies: December 27 • 10-11am

• New Key Spouse Orientation: October 28 • 9am-3pm • Resume Writing "Private Sector": October 30 • 10-11am

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GET SMART THEN GET PAID Transitions can be difficult if you don’t have a direction to start. Do you continue to pursue education, or do you begin searching for jobs? Can’t decide? October 10 is our Employment Expo where you can meet with employers, hand your resume directly to companies, and even get interviewed right on the spot. Want a degree first? Head over to the Education Fair on October 24 and find a school that fits your dreams for the future. When you’re ready to take your first step towards getting a job, sign up for classes by the Airman & Readiness Center. They have lessons like resume writing, job search strategies, and interviewing techniques that will assist you from the beginning to the end of your application process. All you have to do is give them a call at (334) 953-2353. Now that you’ve got all the tools you need, it’s time to snag a job. Your first stop should be USAjobs.gov. There are many occupations available to veterans, spouses, reserves, students, and recent graduates. Beginning December 2 of this year, all NAF job applications will be found on USAjobs as well. All jobs are under the Equal Employment Opportunity Policy and will be regarded fairly and efficiently.

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Hours OF OPERATION Airman & Family Readiness Center • GUNTER • 416-1386 Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri: 7:30am-4:30pm • Thu: 7:30-11am Appointment: Mon-Fri: 12-4pm Walkin: Mon-Fri: 8-11am • MAXWELL • 953-2353 Mon-Fri: 7:30am-4:30pm Closed: Federal Holidays

Auto Hobby Shop • GUNTER • 416-1304 Sat: 8am-3pm • Sun: 1-5pm • MAXWELL • 953-6840 Wed-Thu: 4-8pm • Sat: 8am-3pm • Sun: 1-5pm Closed: Federal Holidays & Family Days

Bowling Centers • GUNTER • 416-3186 Mon-Thu: 10:30am-2:30pm • Mon-Thu: After 2:30pm

Dining Facilities

• AVIATION INN • 416-1011 or 416-1017 Mon-Fri: Breakfast: 6-8am • Lunch: 11am-1pm Dinner: 4-6:30pm Weekends/Holidays: Brunch: 10:30am-12:30pm • Supper: 1:30-6pm • RIVER FRONT INN • 953-5127 Mon-Fri: Breakfast: 6-8am • Lunch: 11am-1pm Dinner: 5-7pm Weekends/Holidays: Brunch: 10:30am-12:30pm Supper: 1:30-6pm

Fitness & Sports Centers Register for 24-hour fitness access • GUNTER FITNESS CENTER • 416-1250 Mon-Thu: 5am-9pm • Fri: 5am-8pm Sat: 10am-4pm • Sun:12-5pm • GUNTER FITNESS CENTER ANNEX • 416-1250 Mon-Thu: 5am-8pm • Fri: 5am-7pm Sat: 10am-3pm • Sun: 12-4pm

Fri: 10:30am-9pm • Sat: 1-9pm

• MAXWELL FITNESS CENTER • 953-5953 Mon-Fri: 5am-8pm • Sat-Sun: 9am-4pm

• MAXWELL • 953-5049 Mon-Thu: 6:30am-8pm • Fri: 6:30am-9pm • Sat: 1-9pm

• MAXWELL FITNESS CENTER ANNEX • 953-5953 Mon-Fri: 5am-8pm • Sat-Sun: 9am-4pm

(Open by reservation for private parties.)

Closed: Federal Holidays & Family Days

Child Development Centers • GUNTER: 416-3185 • MAXWELL: 953-6667 Mon-Fri: 6:30am-5:30pm Closed: Federal Holidays

Civilian Personnel Flight

• CIVILIAN PERSONNEL SECTION • 953-7339 Mon-Fri: 7:30am-4:30pm • NAF HUMAN RESOURCES • 953-7005 Mon-Fri: 7:30am-4:30pm Closed: Ferderal Holidays

Club & Lounges • MAXWELL CLUB • 953-7820 Office: Tue-Wed: 9am-2pm • Thu-Fri: 9am-4pm Lunch: Tue-Fri: 11am-1pm • MAIN BAR • Tue-Fri: 3:30-9pm • CATERING • 312-0516 • THE PIT • Thu: 7pm-12am (Subject to early closure) • CLOCK TOWER LOUNGE (Gunter Lodging) Tue-Thu: 5-10pm • Fri-Sat: 5-11pm (When SNCOA is in session) Closed: Federal Holidays & Family Days & Dec 21-Jan 3

Cypress Tree Golf • TWO PUTTS GRILL • 953-5885 Daily: 6:30am-2pm • PRO SHOP • 953-2209 March 10 - November 2: 7am-7pm November 3 - March 3: 7am-5pm Closed: Federal Holidays & Family Days

• MAXWELL MASSAGE THERAPIST • 334-220-6492 • MAXWELL PERSONAL TRAINER • 953-7894

Hours subject to change

Military Personnel Flight • MILITARY PERSONNEL GUNTER • PHONE NUMNBER TBA WALK-IN: Mon-Fri: 8am-4pm MAXWELL:• 953-6487 Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri: 8am-4pm •Thu: 8am-12pm • ID & CAC GUNTER • PHONE NUMNBER TBA APPOINTMENTS: Mon-Fri: 8am-4pm MAXWELL• 953-4270 APPOINTMENTS: Mon-Fri: 8am-12pm WALK-INS: Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri: 1-4pm Closed: Federal Holidays

Outdoor Recreation Office • EQUIPMENT CHECKOUT MAXWELL: 953-6144 • GUNTER: 416-3249 Mon-Fri: 10am-5pm • FAMCAMP • 953-5161 • VEHICLE RESALE LOT • 953-6144 • GROUP RENTAL FACILITIES Available for group functions • Call for hours Hopper Lodge • 953-5161 Lake-side Pavilion • 953-5161 • LAKE MARTIN: (256) 825-6251 Office: Sun-Sat • 8am-5pm

Force Development Flight

Reservations: 953-3509 • Mon-Fri: 10am-4:30pm

• AIRMAN LEADERSHIP SCHOOL • 953-2415

• MID-BAY SHORES: (850) 897-2411 Reservations: 953-3509 Mon-Fri: 10am-4:30pm

Mon-Fri: 7:30am-4:30pm

• CAREER ASSISTANCE ADVISOR GUNTER: TBA • APPOINTMENT ONLY MAXWELL • 953-7829 • EDUCATION & TRAINING SERVICES • 953-5959 Closed: Federal Holidays & Family Days

Honor Guard & Mortuary Affairs Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm (After hours 24/7 at 953-7474) • HONOR GUARD • 953-4545 • MORTUARY AFFAIRS • 953-3273

Information, Tickets & Tours • GUNTER: 416-3249 • MAXWELL: 953-6351 Mon-Fri: 10am-5pm Closed: Federal Holidays & Family Days

Lodging Offices

• UNIVERSITY INN • 24 hours a day Seven days a week Gunter: 416-2501 • Maxwell: 953-2055 http://af.dodlodging.net/propertys/Maxwell-AF

Manpower & Organization Flight Mon-Fri: 7:30am-4:30pm • 953-7961

Closed: Federal Holidays & Family Days

Closed: Federal Holidays & Family Days

Resource Center

• COMPUTER ACCESS: 953-6484 Mon-Fri: 11am-6pm • Sat: 12-5pm Closed: Federal Holidays

Rickenbacker's T&G

• COFFEE SHOP • 953-7662 7 days a week: 6am-2pm Proudly serving Starbuck's® Coffee Closed: Federal Holidays & Family Days & Dec 22-Jan 3

Youth Programs • GUNTER: 416-3436 • MAXWELL: 953-6292 Mon: 2:30-5:30pm • Tue: 1-5:30pm • Wed-Fri: 2:30-5:30pm MYC Teens only, 1st Friday of each month: 6-9pm MYC Last Saturday of each month: 1:30-5:30pm • SCHOOL AGE CENTERS GUNTER: 416-1427 SUMMER: Mon-Fri: 6:30am-5:30pm WINTER: Mon-Fri: 3-5:30pm • MAXWELL: 953-6292 SUMMER: Mon-Fri: 6:30am-5:30pm

Max Graphics

WINTER: Mon-Fri: 6:30-8am • 3-5pm

• GRAPHIC DESIGN & PRINTING • 953-3659 Mon-Fri: 8am-4pm

After School: Mon, Wed, Fri:• 3-5:30pm • Tue: 2-5:30pm

Closed: Federal Holidays & Family Days

SCHOOL YEAR: Before School: Mon-Fri: 6:30-8am Closed: Federal Holidays

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