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Planning a nest egg for the future Retirement Planning
– During the previous Advanced Financials workshop at the Military and Family Support Center, Christopher Tomolonis taught attendees about investment options. Continuing the conversation of investing for the future, the latest workshop, June 4, discussed preparing for retirement and different factors to consider.Tomolonis, a wealth management
0 6/20
2017
Small Aircraft pilots tour a KC-10 Extender during the 514th Air Mobility Wing's Mid Air Collision Avoidence (MACA) event June 4. The event, hosted by the wing's safety office, provides information to pilots on how to safely fly in and around the joint base air space. Pilots and passengers of 27 aircraft were given a tour of the base that included the flightline tower, the Radar Approach Control System, and statics of the C-17 Globemaster III and the KC-10 Extender aircraft. 514th AMW Safety Office hosts MACA event
Small Aircraft pilots tour a KC-10 Extender during the 514th Air Mobility Wing's Mid Air Collision Avoidence (MACA) event June 4. The event, hosted by the wing's safety office, provides information to pilots on how to safely fly in and around the joint base air space. Pilots and passengers of 27 aircraft were given a tour of the base that included
0 6/09
2017
promotions June Promotions
The following Freedom Wing Airmen were recently promotedSenior AirmanKelsey O’Callaghan, 35 APSAnthony John Campisi, 714 AMXSMegan Teresa Carman, 514 CESDaniel Nathan Mauchly, 76 ARSJustin Pentsil, 35 APSMa Karina Lorenza Austria Soriano, 714 AMXSAirman 1st ClassMarquill Cagle, 35 APSHansi Fernandez, 35 APSJukwang Lee, 88 APSChristopher McBride, 35
0 6/05
2017
Col. Robert Dunham, 514th Operations Group commander, flew his "fini" flight on a KC-10 Extender, May 31. Dunham, who has been with the 514th Air Mobility Wing since 1999, is retiring from duty after almost 30 years of service with the Air Force and Air Force Reserve. The "Fini" flight is a time honored tradition marking the retirement of a pilot through a final flight. After landing the pilot is often sprayed, or doused with water and champagne by friends, family, and crew to celebrate his completion. Ops Group commander flies final flight with the Freedom Wing
Col. Robert Dunham, 514th Operations Group commander, flew his "fini" flight on a KC-10 Extender, May 31. Dunham, who has been with the 514th Air Mobility Wing since 1999, is retiring from duty after almost 30 years of service with the Air Force and Air Force Reserve. The "Fini" flight is a time honored tradition marking the retirement of a pilot
0 6/02
2017
Members of the 732nd Airlift Squadron unload a trailer at the Toussaint L’Ouverture International Airport in Tabarre, near Port au Prince, Haiti. (U.S. Air Force photo released/Tech. Sgt. Thamara Jean Louis) 732nd Airlift Squadron Completes 21st Denton Cargo Mission
On May 6, members of the 732nd Airlift Squadron successfully completed its 21st humanitarian mission trip to Haiti, with the Denton Cargo Program, delivering a trailer to aid in the construction of a new medical warehouse. Donated by the charitable organization Build Health International, the trailer was picked up by the 732nd AS flight crew at
0 5/31
2017
Freedom Wing “Highly Effective” at mission accomplishment Freedom Wing “Highly Effective” at mission accomplishment
Members of the Inspectors General Office of the Air Force Reserve Command interviewed and observed Airmen from the 514th Air Mobility Wing, May 19-22, to gauge the health and effectiveness of the wing.What they found was an overall effective and adept wing, highly capable of executing their mission and improving upon their processes. This was the
0 5/26
2017
U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Christina M. Felix, right, observes as Senior Airman Shantanu Rai, left, handcuffs Staff Sgt. John J. Provence, center, while Senior Airman Morgan D. McDaniel, center standing, maintains cover during static defense operations at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., May 21, 2017. All four Airmen are with the 514th Security Forces Squadron, Air Force Reserve Command. The Airmen also practiced simulated defensive fighting positions, handcuffing, challenging and conducting searches. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Mark C. Olsen/Released) Static Defense Operations
If you drove back near the kennels May 21, you might have heard things like, “Hands up!” and “Turn away from the sound of my voice!” yelled in deep, booming voices. Or maybe, in a not-so-intimidating voice, “Key? Who’s got the key?”This is because the 514th Security Forces was taking advantage of this warm and sunny Sunday in order to fit in some
0 5/25
2017
Jaclyn Urmey Director of Psychological Health, 514th Air Mobility Wing, Air Force Reserve; Reserve Command, holds a “That Guy” poster in her office at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., May 20, 2017. “That Guy” is a Department of Defense campaign that was started in 2005 to reduce excessive binge drinking among 18- to 24-year-olds serving in the armed forces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Mark C. Olsen/Released) How to avoid being “That Guy”
You have seen the cringe-worthy posters around the wing.For example, a cartoon of a person passed out after puking on their neighbor’s front lawn, or a photo of an obviously drunk bridesmaid who is described in the accompanying photo caption as: “After spending too much time at the open bar, this bridesmaid crashes the first dance, knocks over the
0 5/22
2017
Investing 101 Investing 101
“I help clients to position assets for the long run,” said Christopher Tomolonis, wealth management advisor, Sunday during the second of four advanced financials workshops held at the Military and Family Support Center.The first workshop focused on cash management. A write up of the session can be found here. The second workshop was about
0 5/19
2017
Adventure Awaits ADVENTURE AWAITS!
Do you want to try a new adventure, but don’t know where to start? Maybe you want go parasailing, hot air ballooning, or skydiving, or rock climbing. Planning the logistics of such a trip alone could be overwhelming and cost prohibitive. Luckily, JBMDL regularly plans outdoor adventures for you, so you can try something new and meet like-minded
0 5/11
2017
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