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  • Airmen learn about joint leadership

    Airmen were challenged to think outside their normal scope of leadership and learn how to become strong joint leaders during the Lunch N’ Learn event, July 7, at the McChord Chapel Support Center.  One of Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen David Goldfein’s priorities, strengthening joint leaders and teams, is a topic guest speaker Lt. Col. Daniel
  • JBLM commemorates joint partnership through aircraft renaming

    Airmen, Soldiers and guests gathered together to reflect on the accomplishments of service members at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and to honor their service through the renaming of a C-17 Globemaster III.  The C-17, tail number 10-0220, was named the Spirit of Joint Base Lewis-McChord during a renaming ceremony July 5 to honor all service members
  • New Air Force health mobile app available for patients

    The Air Force Medical Service has launched a new mobile app to connect Airmen and patients to news and information about the AFMS. The new app is a mobile version of the AFMS website, and lets users customize their experience based on the Air Force military treatment facility (MTF) they use. This way, patients can get information about clinic
  • Transition program keeps service members employed

    The transition from military to civilian life is inevitable for every service member, but with help from the Service Member for Life Transition Assistance program, it doesn’t have to be done alone.  The SFL TAP on Joint Base Lewis-McChord provides relevant and practical tools and services to help transitioning service members reintegrate into the
  • Manpower: Crunching the numbers and advising leadership

    Small but mighty, the six-person manpower office here has been crunching the numbers and advising leadership on their resources.The 62nd Airlift Wing manpower and organization office advises Team McChord leadership on issues pertaining to wartime and peacetime manpower resources, organization structure, productivity and performance management.“Our
  • Team McChord chaplains uplift Airmen

    Dressed in the same uniform as the Airmen they serve, Team McChord chaplains do more than preach and pray. Charged with the responsibility to spiritually advise and counsel Airmen and leadership, chaplains help keep Airmen mission-ready and resilient to overcome work and home stresses. "What I'm finding is that a lot of Airmen haven't been able to
  • MXG commander speaks at Lunch and Learn

    More than 50 Airmen gathered at the McChord Club for this month’s Lunch and Leadership series, June 16 at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.This month, the Lunch and Learn session featured one of Team McChord’s very own. Col. Anthony Clavenna, 62nd Maintenance Group commander, provided his personal thoughts on leadership and command.“All I’ve
  • Wingman saves choking Airman

    It was a normal day for a group of Airmen enjoying a meal together until things went from fun to dangerous. Airman 1st Class Chelsea Lowery, 627th Logistics Readiness Squadron customer service technician, became unable to breath after she started choking on a piece of food June 5. Luckily, Lowery was not alone and received assistance from Airman
  • Team Dover hosts McChord Civic Leaders

    Nineteen honorary commanders and civic leaders from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, came to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, for a three-day Community Relations Tour, June 7-9, 2017.The purpose of hosting the CRT was to expose JBLM members to the similar and unique missions of another Air Mobility Command base and to foster relationships with
  • Team McChord gives back to families

    Airmen and their families enjoyed a free dinner and an evening filled with a variety of activities at the Hearts Apart dinner June 6, at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. The semi-annual event was hosted by the McChord Chapel, commanders, senior enlisted and first sergeants to support families of recently, presently, and soon-to-be deployed