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  • #SheEmpowers: Melissa Still

    In the month of March, the world recognizes the contributions of women, remembering those who paved the way for future generations. The 501st Combat Support Wing is highlighting exemplary women who light the way for the Pathfinders around them. Melissa Still, 423rd Force Support Squadron Airman and Family Readiness Center community readiness consultant, has been supporting RAF Alconbury and RAF Molesworth A&FRC members in any way she can. “I’ve done it all: personal financial management, relocation, transition, readiness, volunteer and employment help,” said Still. “I take care of service members and family members, from cradle to grave. I educate, encourage and empower.”
  • #SheSupports: Mary McLean

    In the month of March, the world recognizes the contributions of women, remembering those who paved the way for future generations. The 501st Combat Support Wing is highlighting exemplary women who light the way for the Pathfinders around them. Mary McLean, 423rd Force Support Squadron deputy director, has been supporting RAF Alconbury and RAF Molesworth FSS members in any way she can. From digging bushes in the summer heat to unloading tables and chairs at events, McLean provides a variety of support so people can get their job done.
  • #SheDefends: Senior Airman Struhltrager

    In the month of March, the world recognizes the contributions of women, remembering those who paved the way for future generations. The 501st Combat Support Wing is highlighting exemplary women who light the way for the Pathfinders around them. Senior Airman Kayla Stuhltrager, 423rd Security Forces Squadron Charlie flight emergency control center controller, has been working at RAF Alconbury and RAF Molesworth protecting and defending. 
  • Chaplain answers the call to protect

    “I want people to know every relationship might have its difficulties, but this way of interacting with your partner is not normal and it’s not okay,” said Capt. Hans Decker, 501st Combat Support Wing chaplain, working at RAF Croughton, England.
  • The Indiana Jones of Alconbury: uncovering Alconbury history

    Paul George Bellamy’s interest in military aviation began when he was a little boy, playing at RAF Grafton Underwood, a World War II-era U.S. Army Air Force base.
  • Identical twins, firefighters serve Alconbury-Molesworth more than 30 years

    Brothers and firefighters Andy and Phil Batten have been serving the RAF Alconbury-RAF Molesworth community for a combined time of over 30 years.What makes these brothers unique, other than working together in the same building with the same job as firefighters, is that they’re identical twins.“Its good fun, we work well together and work well as a
  • A Life in the Forces

    His office is the nicest one he’s had in his 34 years of service in the Royal Air Force. “Even as a two-star, this is the biggest and best,” says Squadron Leader Paul Atherton, Royal Air Force Commander at RAF Croughton, with a pleasant laugh.  There’s much more to a lifetime in the Forces than a nice desk though, and for Sqn Ldr Atherton, it
  • RAF Croughton hears the story of a Holocaust Survivor

    Silence fell over the crowd as a petite lady stepped in front of the podium and addressed her audience.“It’s important to recognize evil when you see it, before it gets too tight a grip,” she said. “It’s very easy to fall into a trend. People are sometimes too timid, or too shy to say, 'I don't agree.' We’re all each other’s
  • Chaplains develop skillset

    Chaplains from the 501st Combat Support Wing hosted the Young Adult Summit to develop their skillsets by learning to work with young Airmen in Cambridge, England, April 30, 2019.Capt. (Ch) Brendan Mbagwu, 501st CSW chaplain, collaborated with religious leaders associated with the U.S. Air Force, Cambridge University, RAF U.K. chaplains and visiting
  • 422nd SFS utilize new inflatable barriers

    The 422nd Security Forces Squadron conducted force-on-force training with their new interchangeable wall system at RAF Croughton, March 22.The new system can be deployed using air and is grounded with weights. The walls allow instructors to move the buildings and train for different scenarios at any time. The new system also eliminates the need to
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