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Historic F-22 Raptor Qatar deployment PG 8 For more online content, check out www.JBLE.af.mil

Morgan assumes command of 128th Aviation Brigade PG. 2

1st FW takes charge at Red Flag PG. 4

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U.S. Air Force Airmen who shared their stories in the Owning Your Story seminar pose for a photo July 10, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. The seminar encourages Airmen to share their stories on how they have been resilient and overcame the odds regardless of adversity.

Airmen share stories to inspire others By Airman 1st Class Alexandra Singer 633RD AIR BASE WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS

The first ever “Owning Your Story” seminar took place at Joint Base Langley-Eustis July 10. The seminar encourages Airmen to share their stories on how they have been resilient and overcame the odds regardless of adversity. “Owning your story is meant to inspire, instill, and rebuild the next generation of leaders to come and do things better the second time around,” said U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Vanessa Hardaway, OYS coordi-

nator. Some of the stories shared involved racism in the workplace, suicide, substance abuse and restoring faith in the Air Force. The topics are based on the most vulnerable time for Airmen and what they did in order to overcome obstacles. “They didn’t give up,” said Hardaway. “They utilized the resources around them, clinched onto their faith, reached out to mentors, changed the narrative surrounding them and overcame their circumstances.” Master Sgt. Melanie McKinney, 440th Supply Chain Operations

Squadron, allowance source code management flight superintendent, gave her story on the struggle she faced while promotion testing for Tech. Sgt. “Sharing my story is enlightening,” said McKinney. “It’s almost like it takes weight off your shoulders. Your story is not just for you, it’s for everybody.” One of the lessons learned during the seminar was to share the vulnerabilities in order to help other Airmen going through the same situation. “It’s vital for our Airmen to know they are not alone,” said Hardaway. The seminars are scheduled to continue every quarter. They are hosted by Hardaway through the Langley 5/6, and cover various topics. For more information on how to participate in the seminar, please contact Tech. Sgt. Hardaway at 757-764-7764.

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GET OUT OF THE HEAT! A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES ALL UNDER ONE ROOF!

Delaney Gonzales

U.S. Air Force Airmen with the 733d Logistics Readiness Squadron Fuels Management Flight stand for a group photo at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, July 10.

JBLE’s Fuels Management Flight earns American Petroleum Institute Award By Senior Airman Delaney Gonzales

633RD AIR BASE WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS

The 733d Logistics Readiness Squadron Fuels Management Flight was presented the American Petroleum Institute Award at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, July 10. The award recognizes the best fuels management flight in the Air Force for their commitment to excellence, contributions to quality of life initiatives and dedication to improving the warfighter mission. “It’s a huge accomplishment,” said Tech. Sgt. Justin Chong, 733rd LRS Fuels Distribution NCO in charge. “I was really happy to hear we earned the API Award—a lot of time and a lot of effort was put into this flight in order to achieve this.” The flight’s drive to earn the API Award began with their first accomplishment. Once the 733d LRS Fuels Management Flight earned the Drake Award, an award given to the best fuels management flight within Air Combat Command, the flight looked toward a bigger goal to achieve. “When we found out about the Drake Award, we wanted to strive

for something more,” said Airman 1st Class Mikel Luce, 733rd LRS Fuels Management Flight fuels distribution operator. “[Senior Master] Sgt. Oakley motivated the flight and told us, ‘We are going to win this, we are going to be the best flight in the Air Force.’” This passion to learn their craft propelled the flight to work as a team to work toward their next upcoming challenge. “We did a lot of preparation for it,” exclaimed Luce. “Everything we did, everything we worked on was as a team. We would quiz each other every day just to become more knowledgeable and proficient within our jobs.” “Leaders and supervisors at every level saw the vision of our superintendent and put it into action. It was awesome to see,” Chong added. The award not only made the flight stronger as a team, it also helped the Airmen become highly skilled within their career fields. “My wealth of knowledge grew tremendously through this experience,” Luce concluded. “Working toward earning the API Award benefited us professionally. We improved as a team.”

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A U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor from the 1st Fighter Wing lands at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, in support of Red Flag 19-3 July 11. The 1st FW is the Red Flag core wing, meaning they not only have to conduct their own air-to-air mission, but they also support all participating personnel.

1ST FW TAKES CHARGE AT RED FLAG By Senior Airman Tristan Biese

633RD AIR BASE WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, NEV.

The 1st Fighter Wing F-22 Raptors, air crew and support personnel from Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, arrived at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, July 10 in support of Red Flag 19-3. Red Flag is an air combat training exercise that began July 15 and will conclude Aug. 2, 2019. The exercise is designed to train units on realistic combat-like situations with U.S. and allied forces in a controlled environment. “Red Flag began as an air-to-air fight, but it’s evolved into a multi-domain conflict to make sure America’s warfighters from across the services are ready for tomorrow’s fight,” said U.S. Air Force Col. Michael Mathes, 414th Combat Training Squadron commander. “Air, space, cyber and command and control forces come together in our training environment

Senior Airman Tristan Biese

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Paris Johnson, 94th Aircraft Maintenance Unit crew chief, assists Lt. Col Scott “Wolf” Crowell, 94th Fighter Squadron commander, after landing at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, in support of Red Flag 19-3 July 11.

here at Nellis to ensure that when our nation calls, we can meet and beat our adversaries.” The 1st FW is the exercise’s core wing, meaning they not only have to conduct their own air-to-air mission, but they also support all other participating personnel. They do this by lending their expertise and ensuring

that participating units have all the necessary resources they need in order to meet the objectives set out by the Red Flag team. “As the core wing, it’s our job to support the mission and all other participating units here at Red Flag,” said Capt. Martin Caluag, Red Flag 19-3 core wing project officer. “Red Flag is

the go-to exercise when it comes to developing our combat and war fighting capabilities.” While the exercise is only three weeks long, the various units attending Red Flag 19-3 will have long mission-filled days and will be looking to the Airmen of the 1st FW to keep operations moving forward.


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Milley talks modernization at confirmation hearing By C. Todd Lopez DEFENSE.GOV WASHINGTON

The effects of delayed defense budgets, the dearth of confirmed civilian leadership in the Pentagon, modernization, Afghanistan, and great power competition were all topics the president’s nominee to be the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff faced from the Senate Armed Services Committee at his confirmation hearing. If confirmed, Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley would be the 20th military officer to fill the role, succeeding Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, whose term expires Sept. 30. The general opened last week’s hearing by acknowl-

edging to lawmakers that the international order, in place now for over 70 years, is under threat. “From East Asia to the Middle East to Eastern Europe, authoritarian actors are testing the limits of the international system and seeking regional dominance while challenging international norms and undermining U.S. interests,” Milley said. “Our goal should be to sustain great power peace that has existed since World War II, and deal firmly with all those who might challenge us.” Also what has changed is warfare itself, Milley told the senators. New characteristics of warfare include space, cyberspace, and new technology that’s not been seen before. Competing in the new environment, he said, will require great

adaptation by the U.S. military. If confirmed, he said, his priorities are to “provide the best military advice, to maintain steady continuity of military leadership, implement the National Defense Strategy with emphasis on increasing the readiness and modernization of the joint force, maintain and grow our network of allies and partners, sustain great power peace in an era of great power competition and provide unwavering support, care and leadership to our troops and their Families.” Of interest to many lawmakers was Milley’s insight into how delayed defense funding, continuing resolutions, and even the possibility of a yearlong continuing resolution, might affect military readiness. “I think the impact would be

Sgt. 1st Class Chuck Burden

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley addresses the audience at the promotion ceremony for Army Brig. Gen. Randy A. George in the Pentagon, Jan. 12, 2017.

significant,” he told the Senate panel. “I think a CR [would be], in the words of the National Defense Strategy commission, they said the word ‘reckless.’ I think a CR has a very significant negative impact on the training, equipping, readiness and modernization of the U.S. military.” Without a timely defense appropriation bill, Milley said, “I think you’re going to have is-

sues with procurement, new starts, and delays of acceleration of programs that are already there. I think your research, development, science, technology, [and] the modernization we are talking about to face the challenge of China in the future or any other country in the future. All of those will be negatively impacted unless we have the full budget passed.”

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MORGAN ASSUMES COMMAND OF THE 128TH AVIATION BRIGADE By Senior Airman Delaney Gonzales

633RD AIR BASE WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS

U.S. Army Col. Bryan A. Morgan, incoming 128th Aviation Brigade Commander, receives the colors from Maj. Gen. David J. Francis, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence and Fort Rucker commanding general, during a change of command ceremony at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, July 16, 2019. Francis officiated the change of command ceremony, where Col. Richard H. Zampelli relinquished command to Morgan.

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U.S. Army Col. Bryan A. Morgan, incoming 128th Aviation Brigade Commander, receives the colors from Maj. Gen. David J. Francis, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence and Fort Rucker commanding general, during a change of command ceremony at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, July 16. Francis officiated the change of command ceremony, where Col. Richard H. Zampelli relinquished command to Morgan.

U.S. Army Soldiers participate in a color guard during the 128th Aviation Brigade change of command ceremony.

U.S. Army Col. Richard H. Zampelli, outgoing 128th Aviation Brigade commander, gives a farewell speech during a change of command ceremony. The change of command ceremony represents the passing of responsibilities from the outgoing commander to the incoming commander.


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Air Force releases request for proposals for new ICBM system By Leah Bryant

AIR FORCE NUCLEAR WEAPONS CENTER PUBLIC AFFAIRS KIRTLAND AFB, N.M.

The Air Force released a request for proposals for its Ground Based Strategic Deterrent intercontinental ballistic missile weapon system program July 16. The request is for the weapon system’s Engineering and Manufacturing Development phase and includes five production lot options to produce and deploy the weapon system. The two contractors for GBSD’s current Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction phase, Boeing and Northrop Grumman, will compete for the EMD contract. The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center expects to award

the contract in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2020. The GBSD is the follow-on to the aging LGM-30G Minuteman III ICBM, which first became operational in the mid-1960s. While some components and subsystems have been upgraded over the years, most have supported over 50 years of continuous operation. In May, Ellen Lord, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and sustainment, expressed the need to upgrade nuclear capability and modernization to maintain a deterrence edge. She said it no longer makes financial sense to continue to upgrade or extend the life of existing Minuteman III ICBMs and the new GBSD weapon system must be brought online.

“There is no margin to do another service life extension program on Minuteman III, because not only would it be more expensive than developing GBSD, but you would not have the resiliency in the capability because you would not have the modern equipment, you would not have the actual capabilities from a functional range point of view (or) warhead capability,” Lord said. “So we need to, by 2028, start replacing (ICBMs).” Senior Air Force leaders also support the new GBSD system. “If you look at the threat that we face, Russia just completed their modernization of their triad this year…because they know they cannot defeat us—and cer-

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tainly can’t defeat NATO— conventionally,” said Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein at a congressional committee hearing in April. “So, our modernization and recap of the triad is just in time because in the missile leg, key parts of that program expire right about the time that we bring on the new Ground Based Strategic Deterrent to replace it.” The AFNWC is the lead for the Air Force’s GBSD acquisition effort. “The GBSD will be designed to be adaptable and responsive to the challenges posed by the pace of technological change and new threat environments,” said Maj. Gen. Shaun Morris, AFNWC commander and the Air Force program executive officer for strategic systems. “After a complete evaluation of the proposals, the EMD contract will be awarded to the company which will pro-

vide the best overall value to the warfighter and taxpayers.” "The GBSD program office members have worked hard to analyze the costs of every requirement, used modeling and simulation to evaluate every decision and keep the design, development and deployment of the weapon system on track,” said Col. Jason Bartolomei, GBSD program manager. “The EMD request for proposal is the next step in the development of a safe, secure and effective GBSD weapon system.” The GBSD program office is part of AFNWC’s ICBM Systems Directorate at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The center is responsible for synchronizing all aspects of nuclear materiel management on behalf of Air Force Materiel Command in direct support of Air Force Global Strike Command.

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Historic F-22 Raptor Qatar deployment

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By Airman 1st Class Marcus M. Bullock 633RD AIR BASE WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS

In a historic deployment, Airmen and F-22 Raptors have been sent to Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar for the first time in order to defend American forces and interests in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. This deployment is a total force effort consisting of Airmen from the 1st Fighter Wing and 192nd Wing, with the support of the 633rd Air Base Wing, who train and deploy alongside one another, providing a ready force for the United States Air Force. “I am incredibly proud of the 1st Fighter Wing over the last four weeks. Our nation called and we responded to a short-notice deployment sending F-22's to Qatar for the first time in history,” said Col. David Lopez, 1st Fighter Wing commander. “It was a herculean effort by our Airmen and families working tirelessly behind the scenes. There was heavy lifting across the board from our Low Observable team and maintainers loading tanks, from airfield operations coordinating airspace to our pilots planning flight routes through locations we hadn’t been before. It was truly a team effort across the installation with significant support from the 633rd Air Base Wing as we all worked around the clock to get our aircraft and Airmen out the door on a condensed timeline.” The 1 FW trains for this type of short-notice deployment through multiple exercises. Whether it’s an adaptive basing exercise where fighter squadrons practice deploying small teams and aircraft to an unfamiliar location, or the Phase I Exercise in March, the 1 FW consistently demonstrates its readiness and ability to deploy. According to Col. David L. Seitz, 1st Maintenance Group commander, Airmen’s lessons learned during the exercises proved valuable in making this deployment a success. “There’s no doubt the Phase I exercise in February sharpened our readiness and responsiveness,” said Seitz. “The exercise showed we had lots of work to do in the C3 execution [command/control/communication] – but the team proved that’s not the case now.” Seitz explained that a short-notice deployment, such as this one, brought to light some interesting challenges that the 1 FW was able to overcome. “The biggest challenge in these situations is always communication – especially when multiple squadrons from multiple wings must stop what they’re doing and align competing priorities and agendas,” said Seitz. “This tasking literally threw dozens of seemingly unsolvable problems at them in the first day alone – but they all came together and crushed it.” The 1 FW is a stellar example of how proper preparation and thorough training enables members of our Air Force to handle challenges at a moment’s notice and always be ready to accomplish the mission.

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Tech. Sgt. Carlin Leslie

An F-22 Raptor from the 1st Fighter Wing, 27th Fighter Squadron prepare to take-off during a deployment to Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar from Joint Base Langley-Eustis. The F-22's deployed to Qatar for the first time in order to defend American forces and interests in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility.

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Monica Roybal

U.S. Air Force Airmen assigned to Detachment 1, 362nd Training Squadron, study engine components during a UH-60 Helicopter Repairer course at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, July 15. The Airmen will spend nearly four months studying the Blackhawk helicopter as well as learning the Army’s customs and courtesies.

Airmen, Soldiers: work together, learn together By Airman 1st Class Monica Roybal

633RD AIR BASE WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS

A combination of patterned uniforms cut through the humid air as they climb about the frames and rotors lined up in one of the many hangars that make up the 128th Aviation Brigade. The constant drone of industrial fans fills the room while service members buzz around the floor, notebooks in hand and on their way to become masters of their airframe. This will be home for a small group of U.S. Air Force Airmen for nearly four months as they work alongside U.S. Army Soldiers in Advanced Individual Training to learn the ins and

outs of the UH-60 (Blackhawk) Helicopter at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. “When people think of helicopters, they think of Army aviation not Air Force aviation,” said U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Harvey Gonzales, Detachment 1, 362nd Training Squadron UH-60 Helicopter Repairer course instructor. “People think of jets when they think of the Air Force and they don’t expect us to have helicopters. Even Airmen at Langley don’t know we have an aviation tech school here at Fort Eustis.” Gonzales explained that while the size of the Air Force helicopter maintenance career field may be finite by comparison, with their skills only ap-

plicable at five bases throughout the entire Air Force, their mission proves to be substantial and invaluable. “These Airmen will go on to support Air Force combat search and rescue missions,” Gonzales said. “They will learn the basics of the UH-60 helicopter while they are here training with Soldiers and when they move on to their permanent duty stations they will learn the specifics of the [Air Force’s] HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter.” According to Gonzales, Air Force helicopter maintainers get the unique experience of training and studying with Soldiers which can foster lasting working relationships and bring a sense of familiarity through shared qualifications in deployed environments. “We have already built a relationship by the time we graduate so when we’re down range if we ever need parts or help with anything, we know we can just go ask and they’ll step

up.” Gonzales added. “Usually when we deploy we’re working side by side with Soldiers so it’s nice that we get to learn how our sister service works when we’re here at school.” While studying at Fort Eustis, the Airmen will also learn the Army’s customs and courtesies, as well as participate in physical training with fellow AIT Soldiers. “It’s awesome that we get to build this comradery and make fun of each other a lot, all in good fun of course,” said Airman 1st Class Ryan Chapman, Detachment 1, 362nd Training Squadron student. “We get to know these Soldiers and really see that we’re all here to serve our country and fight the same fight.” After spending weeks learning how the dual branches operate, the Airmen will sing the Air Force song, the Army song and recite both service creeds during their graduation ceremony in a show of gratitude and respect for their sister service.


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One World Terrain to allow Soldiers to train anywhere By Joe Lacdan LOS ANGELES

Carrying only a backpack and a drone, Soldiers could capture and eventually re-create entire sections of forests and steep mountains. They can map 3D data from the rough, dry wasteland of the Mohave Desert, the dense rainforests of Hawaii or the rocky, hilly landscape of woodlands. They can even replicate the detail of a bustling metropolis. And with this data, they can capture intricate details down to the species of trees. That data will be optimized and aggregated with data

from other geospatial sensors to build a digital environment Soldiers could use to train for war or duplicate an operational battlefield. A tedious process that once took weeks can now be achieved in three hours: within that time, Soldiers can fly a drone within a onesquare kilometer area and visualize the environment in 3D run-time. Wherever Soldiers wish to hone skills or where commanders choose to send them, Soldiers will soon have the capability to simulate that environment at their home stations. “One of the things we iden-

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Austin Drexler, researcher at the Institute for Creative Technology in Los Angeles, helps Maj. Gen. John George use special interactive goggles to view One World Terrain 3D interactive simulation data.

tified early on was the existing systems often require that you bring several Soldiers to a central location to get training,” said Col. Marcus Varnadore, project manager for the Synthetic Training Environment Cross-Functional Team. “So what we’ve challenged industry with is creating systems that can actually go to the point of need; go to where the Soldier is actually training, potentially at

their home-station location or even a deployed location.” One World Terrain, a pillar of the Army’s synthetic training environment, will give Soldiers a tool that could improve readiness by providing training in an accurate, realistic representations of theater environments. It would help achieve the vision of Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley and Secretary of the Army Mark T. Esper to build

a more lethal force, by providing Soldiers skills at a more frenetic pace. “It’s rapidly expediting the capability of being able to capture the terrain and creating the terrain environment,” said Kyle McCullough, lead researcher at the Institute for Creative Technologies at the University of Southern California. The ICT works in conjunction with the Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center to research and develop immersive technology advancing realistic, synthetic human experiences. The capability is being developed at an opportune time in the Army, as the service prepares for possible largescale ground-combat in environments that contrast starkly with the close quarter counter-insurgency operations in the Middle East. Soldiers soon must prepare to battle in forested areas and massive urban centers.

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Delaney Gonzales

Austin Moody sings to an audience during the Fort Eustis Music Series: Country Night at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, July 13. Conor Clemmons and Moody performed to provide free entertainment to service members and their families.

JBLE rocks out for Country Night

By Senior Airman Delaney Gonzales

633RD AIR BASE WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS

A child performs a back flip in a bounce house during the Fort Eustis Music Series: Country Night.

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Conor Clemmons and Austin Moody performed during the Fort Eustis Music Series: Country Night to provide free entertainment to service members and their families.


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JBLE Community OCP’s are coming to JBLE

Langley Air Force Base will begin selling OCP’s August 5 at clothing issue on base. Hours for August 5-10 will be from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., for Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturday. There will be restrictions in place for all phases of the rollout including two sets maximum purchase per airmen and purchases are only authorized to airmen assigned to Langley. Airmen will need to bring their orders to clothing issue to show proof of their assignment to allow for purchase. Airmen can print their orders from virtual MPF.

TSgt Release Party

The Langley Club 5/6 will be hosting the TSgt Release party at 2 p.m., July 19, in the Virginia Room at Community Commons. Come out and show your support for your fellow coworkers and family during this event. For any questions contact TSgt LaShonda Dafar & SSgt Anthony DiTonno at 764-7631 or 225-5302.

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The 633d AMDS Bioenvironmental Engineering has generated the 2018 Langley AFB Water Quality Report. The report has been approved by the Virginia Department of Health, Office of Drinking Water (VDH-ODW) in accordance with (IAW) Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 40, Virginia Administrative Code (VAC) for Waterworks Regulations Title 12, Chapter 590 (12VAC5590), and Air Force Instruction (AFI) 48-144, 21 October 2014, Drinking Water Surveillance Program. For more information, visit our website www.jble.af.mil.

Summer Festival

Langley Protestant Chapel and Airmen and Family Readiness Center will be hosting their annual Summer Fest. This free event will be held at Bethel Manor Chapel on July 19th, 6-8 p.m. and is open to all ID card holders. There will be water bounce houses, food and beverages, games and a walk around magician. Additionally, the Airmen and Family Readiness Center will have a VIP tent for all deployed family members or those recently effected by a deployment. This will be a fun-filled extravaganza you won’t want to miss! For more info, call the Chapel at 757-764-7847 or the Airmen and Family Readiness Center at 757-764-3990.

Household Chemical Collection and Computer Recycling Day Hampton will be having a Household Chemical Collection and Computer Recycling Day from 8 a.m. – noon, July 20, at the Coliseum parking lot on Coliseum Drive. This is the perfect opportunity for personnel living in base housing and anybody off base living in Williamsburg/James City County, York County, Hampton, or Poquoson to turn in any chemicals and computer related items without charge. This does not apply to personnel that live in Newport News or on Ft Eustis.

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Community Events Council

The 633 ABW Community Events Council will host a meeting from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m., July 25, at The Langley Club. The Community Events Council provides a formalized means for installation leadership to facilitate the flow of command and community information to military members, spouses, and civilians.

Airmen and Family readiness Center upcoming events  Newcomer Orientation Briefing - The A&FRC will host

the Langley Newcomers Orientation Briefing from 7:30 a.m. – noon, July 30, at the Bayview Commonwealth Center. For more information, call (757) 764-3990.  Social Media Workshop – There will be a social media workshop held from 9:30 a.m. - noon, July 24, at the Bateman Library. To register for the workshop, please call 764-3990.  From CoupleHood to ParentHood – There will be a from CoupleHood to ParentHood workshop from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m., July 31, in the A&FRC classroom, 45 Nealy Ave, B Wing, Room 100. This workshop will be open to all DoD ID cardholders. To register, please call 764-3990.

Initiation of the Separation Process

As of January 31, 2019, a new process for separating or retiring has been implemented. If you are expecting to separate in the next six months log into your Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) via the Air Force Portal to begin your Separation Health Physical Exam (SHPE) process. Click the SHPE tab, follow the instructions in the SHPE box and complete/generate the form 2807 and email directly to the SHPE Coordinator, Ms. Sabrena Tucker. For any questions, please call 764-9520.

formation, or to schedule life-saving bleeding control training for your work center, contact MSgt Bryan Senecal from Langley Fire and Emergency Services @ 7644222 or bryan.senecal@us.af.mil

Disability Claims Application

AMVETS representative is available at the SFL-TAP Center (bldg 705 Washington Blvd, Room 71) every Monday and Wednesday, 8 am - 4 pm to assist transitioning Soldiers with VA Disability Claims. Contact Mr. Timothy Allen, timothy.allen3@va.gov or (336) 618-1466 to schedule your appointment. No walk-in service is available.

JBLE PT Pacer Program

AD members that excel on their PT test (run) can volunteer to be a qualified pacer for runners needing extra motivation during the run portion of their PT test. Volunteer pacers will be available on a list at the Fitness Centers and FAC. Mock PT test with a pacer prior to official PT test is also an option. For more information on the program, please see attached and/or contact SSgt Alyson Silidker at the ACC Fitness Center, 764-5791. Thank you for your time and have a beautiful day!

Now Hiring! JBLE Exchange

The Joint Base Langley-Eustis Exchange has immediate job openings to include retail positions in the main store express, as well as jobs at food facilities in the food court. The Exchange offers benefits, including paid vacation and sick leave for regular full-time and part-time associates. Those interested in applying for the job opportunities can visit ApplyMyExchange.com or contact the local Human Resources office at 757-887-2742 ext. 2.

Electronics Eligible for Back-to-School Layaway at the JB Langley Eustis Exchange for Sports Physical Announcement Limited Time The 633d Medical Group is preparing for School and To help military families stay on budget while preparing for the school year, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service is expanding its layaway program to include computers, tablets and more from July 1 to Aug. 31. Laptops, desktops, iPads, notebook computers, tablets and other electronics that support educational excellence are not usually eligible for the Exchange layaway program, but Soldiers and their families can enjoy the expanded program before the school year. A $3 service fee and a 15% deposit are required to place these and other items on layaway, and the items must be picked up by Aug. 31. Shoppers can visit the JB Langley Eustis Exchange for more information.

JBLE Stop the Bleed Campaign

Stop the Bleed is a program designed to teach the public proper bleeding control techniques before the arrival of first responders, increasing a victim’s chances of survival. In the coming weeks, Bleeding Control Kits will be dispersed throughout JBLE and placed in public automatic external defibrillator (AED) cabinets. For more in-

Sports Physicals as the summer approaches. The Pediatrics and Family Health Clinics are teaming up to provide parents and families more School and Sports Physical appointment times throughout the summer. Designated School and Sports Physical appointments will be available for eligible students, ages 4 – 18 years of age starting 17 June and ending 27 September. In order to keep these appointments running smoothly for all of our participants, please be sure to accomplish the following prior to arrival to School/Sports Physical visits: a. Obtain the Commonwealth of Virginia School Entrance Health Form from the clinic or online at: http:// www.vdh.virginia.gov/content/uploads/sites/58/2016/12/ MCH-213G-032014.pdf b. If there are specific sports physical forms for your school, please obtain them from the school. Otherwise, obtain the generic form online at: http:// sbo.nn.k12.va.us/athletics/documents/VHSLphysiSee

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JBLE Community Continued from13 cal.pdf c. Fill out all appropriate information required on the forms prior to the appointment (typically this is the first page labeled “Health Information Form”). d. Remember to bring any prescribed eyewear. e. Ensure your child is dressed in loose fitting clothes and easy to remove footwear. f. Bring any immunization records that you have for the child. g. To book the appointment please call 757-225-7630, option 1.

Submit Eustis Community announcements to pw@militarynews.com The Old Point Toastmasters Club will meet the first and third Wednesday of each month at 11:40 a.m. to 12:40 p.m. at the Fort Eustis Soldier Support Center, 650 Monroe Ave, Rm 106, to help attendees become better speakers, leaders, or just improve their conversation skills. Visitors are always welcome. For more information, visit https://oldpointcomfort.toastmastersclubs.org or call 878-2204/2977.

Alpha Warrior fitness class

The Office of Special Investigations will be hosting foreign travel briefs at 8 a.m., every Thursday, at the 633rd Air Base Wing Security Forces training room at 175 Sweeney Blvd, bldg. 775, rm 210. For more information, call 757-764-7972.

The 633rd Force Support Squadron gym staff will host a free “at your own pace” Alpha Warrior class from 11:3012:30 p.m., every Tuesday and Thursday, at the ACC gym Alpha Warrior rig. The class will teach attendees to exercise the entire body in full body circuit training by hitting every component of fitness for all levels of athletes and to also teach and encourage fitness. For more information, contact Staff Sgt. Earl White at earl.white.3@ us.af.mil or Tony Arroyo at victor.arroyo@us.af.mil.

Running Club

JBLE Retiree Council

OSI Foreign Travel Brief

The JBLE Running Club will begin holding running workouts every Tuesday starting at 11:30 a.m. The duration of the workout will vary week-to-week, but will usually be 30-45 minutes. The club will meet at the F-15 next to the Armistead gate (outside bldg. 330), and run the flight line with different workouts each week. Wear appropriate clothing for running and bring water!

Home Buying and Selling Seminar

Come and learn about the home buying or selling process. Home Buying seminars are held the second Tuesday of each month, 6-9 pm and Home Selling seminars are held second Wednesday of each month, 6-9 pm. Seminars are at JBLE-Langley Housing Office (Bldg 65), 11 Burrell Street. Must register no later than two days in advance. Call 764-5048 to register.

Summary Court Officer

1LT Adam Gabriel, 53rd MCB Fort Eustis, is detailed as the Summary Court Marshal Officer to secure make proper disposition of the personal effects pertaining to Sergeant Taje Revelle. Any person having knowledge of money or property due to the deceased or has claims against the deceased estate, please contact 1LT Gabriel at (630) 441-8808.

Summary Court Disposition

1st Lt Elizabeth M. Hill, 633d Medical Support Squadron, Langley AFB, is detailed as the Summary Courts Officer to secure and make proper disposition of the personal effects of Senior Airman Devaughn D. Weston. Anyone having knowledge of money or property due to the deceased or has claims against the deceased, contact 1st Lt Elizabeth hill at 757-764-9591 or elizabeth.m.hill54.mil@mail.mil

Toastmasters Club

The JBLE Retiree council will meet every third Wednesday each month at 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m., in the Army Community Service conference room, building 650, on Fort Eustis. Retirees and those who are approaching retirement from all military branches are invited to attend the free meetings. Members can stay connected with their community and local events, as well as learn more about investments, benefits and other military-related information. For more information or to join, contact (757) 878-5884, (757) 218-7118, or torrence0512@gmail.com.

633 ABW/EO Hours

The Fort Eustis and Langley Equal Opportunity Offices will operate under normal customer service hours from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The offices will close daily from 11 a.m. to noon. For more information, call (757) 764-5877/ 5878 or (757) 878-4797/0022.

Pharmacist Cough and Cold Clinic

Dependent and Retiree patients between the ages of 18 to 70 who are enrolled to USAF Langley Hospital can be seen at the 633 MDG Pharmacist Cough and Cold Walk-in Clinic. Patients should check in at the Family Health Clinic front desk and ask to be seen at the "Pharmacist Cough and Cold Clinic." Clinical Pharmacists will evaluate and, if needed, prescribe medications. Patients with the following symptoms cannot be seen in the Cough and Cold Clinic: patients having any symptoms of severe illness/disease such as shortness of breath/ wheezing, active asthma attack, chest pain, coughing up blood, etc. Cough and Cold Clinic walk-in times are 8 to 10 AM and 1 to 3 PM Monday-Friday.

Durand Entry Control Facility (NASA gate) changes

Security Forces personnel will no longer man the Du-

rand Entry Control Facility (NASA Gate). Personnel will still have their credentials checked by guards at the main NASA gate, however, their credentials will not be checked again at the Durand Entry Control Facility. NASA guards will still man their side of the Durand Entry Control Facility and will only allow CAC holders (no dependent ID cards) to enter NASA property. Additionally, no commercial vehicles are allowed access to NASA property. The Durand Entry Control Facility hours are from 6 to 9 a.m. and 3 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Manpower shortage impacts 633rd Medical Group services The 633rd Medical Group strives to provide Trusted Care to all they serve, while supporting many deployed and home-station missions. Due to contract vacancies and multiple provider deployments/permanent changes of station during the coming months, it will take longer to receive appointments and have messages returned. In light of these staffing concerns, TRICARE will temporarily enroll only Active Duty service members and their family members. This action is being taken to ensure patients receive the care they deserve within the established standards. There will be no enrollment changes or action taken to any patients who are already enrolled at the 633rd Medical Group, regardless of category. For questions regarding TRICARE benefits, or for enrollment assistance to locate the best medical facility to meet healthcare needs, contact the TRICARE Information line at 1-800-TRICARE or 1-800-874-2273.

JBLE Family Child Care Program

The Joint Base Langley-Eustis Family Child Care Program is looking for child care providers interested in a professional, portable career that will allow them to stay at home and run a home-based business. The program is available for children ages two weeks to 12 years old. Child care providers must be at least 18 years old, be able to read and speak English, be in good health, and willing to undergo a background check. The FCC will provide training and materials to get your business started. For more information, call Fort Eustis at 8785584/5726 or Langley Air Force Base 764-3585/2835

Fort Eustis’ Groninger Library encourages reading

Fort Eustis’ Groninger Library has implemented an ongoing Reading Program entitled "1000 Books Before Kindergarten" and "1000 Books from 1st -5th grades." For every 100 books read, children can take their reading log to the library to receive a prize. After reading 1000 books, children will receive a free t-shirt. For more information, contact the library at 878-5017 or visit www.groningerlibrary.com.

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JBLE Community Continued from14 The Special Victims’ Counsel at Joint Base Langley Eustis provides confidential legal advice and assistance, advocates the voice and choice for sexual assault victims and protects the rights and privacy interests of SAV, among other services. For more information or to reach the SVU, contact them at 225-1629.

Weekly Live Fire Schedule for 8-22 Jul 2019

IAW ASA Regulation 350-1 (http://www.eustis.army.mil/Pubs/Chap3/ TCFE%20Reg%20350-1.pdf) and Range Safety Brief, OIC / RSO Certification Block of instruction: The Range Safety OIC/RSO Certification brief is conducted every Friday at Range Operations (Bldg. 2432 Mulberry Island Road). Start time is 0900. A Commander’s certification Memorandum is required. Ranges, Training Areas, and associated facilities are Off Limits to personnel not engaged in Scheduled firing, training/recons, or inspections unless clearance is obtained in person from Range Operations. For hunting and private owned weapons range requirements contact Outdoor Recreation at 757-8782391. There is tree cutting and construction in progress vicinity TA 20, 21 and 28. Expect large commercial trucks and use caution in these areas. Bold -changes to previous week schedule DATE... RANGES... TIMES 8 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R2, R5, R6 DELETE R3... 07002200 9 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R2, R5... 0700-2200 10 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R2, R5... 0700-2200 11 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R2, R4, R5... 0700-2200 12 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5... 0700-2200 *13 Jul... POF R3 WILDLIFE HABITAT... R1... 0900-1300; 0600-1400 *14 Jul... POF R3... 0900-1300 15 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R2, R5... 0700-2200 16 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R2, R3, R5... 0700-2200 17 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5... 0700-2200 18 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5... 0700-2200 19 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R5 MAINTENTANCE R2, R3... 0700-2200 20 Jul... NO FIRING EVENT SCHEDULED --------------21 Jul NO FIRING EVENT SCHEDULED --------------22 Jul... BTRAC, R1, R2, R3, R5... 0700-2200 DATE... MOUT/ UOS... SITE TIMES CLOSED TO ALL TRAINING... TA 20, TA 21 AND 21... MOUT -------------UNIT TRAINING SCHEDULED... 13-22 Jul... TA 28 UOS 0001-2359

Worship hours for JBLE services Langley services

 Main Chapel:

Sunday Catholic Mass at 9 a.m. Sunday Protestant Gospel Service at 11 a.m.

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 Bethel Chapel:

Sunday Protestant Community Service at 9 a.m. Sunday Catholic Mass at 11 a.m. Saturday Catholic Reconciliation at 3:30 p.m. Saturday Catholic Mass at 5 p.m. Additional/special services call 757-764-7847 or visit https://www.facebook.com/JBLELangleyChapel. Fort Eustis services  Regimental Memorial Chapel: Sunday Catholic Reconciliation at 8:15 a.m. Sunday Roman Catholic Mass at 9:30 a.m. Sunday Traditional Protestant Christian Service at 11 a.m. Sunday Latter Day Saints Worship at 10 a.m. (RMC Annex) Monday-Friday Roman Catholic Mass at 11:45 a.m.  Chapel NeXt, Wylie Theater, Bldg. 705 (entrance closes to Express Mart): Sunday Contemporary Christian Service at 10 a.m.  Cultural Center, Bldg. 2751: Islamic Daily Prayer, Monday - Thursday at 1:30 p.m. JUM'AH Prayer, Fridays at 12:30 p.m. (Islamic Prayer Room) Additional/Special services, call 757-878-1450/1316 or visit www.facebook.com/RegimentalMemorialChapel or https://www.facebook.com/ChapelNextFortEustis.

633rd Force Support Squadron RAPIDS/ DEERS location information

Langley Air Force Base 45 Nealy Ave, Wing A, Suite 114 Hampton, VA 23665 757-764-2270 Customer Service Office's customer service hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (CAC priority from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.) and Wednesdays 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walk-ins are accepted until 3 p.m. The Awards and Decorations Office's customer service hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Wednesdays 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., and closed between 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday. Requests and documents can be e-mailed to 633 FSS/FSMPS Decorations Support at 633mss.dpmpe.decsupport@us.af.mil. The Official Passport Office is by appointment only. Walk-ins are accepted from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., for Passport pickups and cancellations only. Fort Eustis 650 Monroe Ave, Room 123 Ft Eustis, VA 23604 757-878-0948 Customer Service Office's customer service hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (CAC priority from 8 to 9:30 a.m.). Walk-ins are accepted until 3 p.m. All appointments are made online only. Please visit https://rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil/appointment/default.aspx to make an appointment. Please visit

http://www.cac.mil/Portals/53/Documents/required_docs.pdf for information on identification and documentation requirements for ID card Issuance/Renewal and DEERS enrollments. Other RAPIDS/DEERS Locations: Please visit https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/rsl/ for locations and information on other RAPIDS/DEERS sites in the area. For service capability and hours of operation call ahead.

JBLE CAC/ID Customer Service Hours: LANGLEY

 Walk-in Hours: Monday – Friday: 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.  Appointments: Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 3:40 p.m.  CAC Only Hours: Monday – Tuesday, Thursday – Fri-

day: 7:30 – 9:30 a.m. Commercial: 765-2270 Fax: 764-4683 45 Nealy Ave, Bldg. 15 Wing A, Suite 114, Hampton, VA 23665 EUSTIS  Walk-in Hours: Monday – Friday: 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.  Appointments: Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.  CAC Only Hours: Monday – Tuesday, Thursday – Friday: 8 – 9:30 a.m. Commercial: 878-0948 Fax: 878-0942 650 Monroe Ave, Room 123, Fort Eustis, VA 23604 Anyone interested in scheduling an appointment can do so by accessing the RAPIDS Site Locator at the following links: Langley: https://rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil/ appointment/building.aspx?BuildingId=573. Eustis: https://rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil/appointment/building.aspx?BuildingId=228. Additionally, there are several ID Card Issuance Offices located across the Hampton Roads Region. Use the following link to search for locations nearest you. https://rapidsppointments.dmdc.osd.mil/appointment/ default.aspx. Sponsors who need dependent ID cards reissued may complete in advance the DD Form 1172-2 and have it available for family members to be seen at an appointment or during walk-in hours.

JBLE Base Operating Status Hotline

In the event of inclement weather or other emergencies impacting base, JBLE personnel are strongly encouraged to check the most up-to-date base operation status using the many JBLE social media options. Check the status on the JBLE website at www.jble.af.mil, on Twitter by following @JBLEstatus, on the free JBLE smartphone application (available in Google Play and the Apple App store), and on the Joint Base Langley-Eustis Facebook page. In addition, the Joint Base Langley-Eustis Base Operating Status hotline features updated information of the installation's operating status. The hotline number has recently changed to 764-7550. Please update records.


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