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  • Going the Distance

    The 514th Air Mobility Wing is filled with richly diverse , talented people. Lt. Col. Daniel Toocheck is no exception. Toocheck, an optometrist with the 514th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, is a dedicated humanitarian and avid marathon runner. Originally from West Chester, Pennsylvania, Toocheck has been around military members most of his life. His
  • 2019 Office of People Analytics Survey

    The 2019 OPA survey is currently being administered by the DoD’s Office of People Analytics (OPA). Unlike previous administrations, the 2019 survey combines three congressionally-mandated surveys into one survey. This survey is being administered to a census of Reserve and National Guard members. It contains three sections; members are selected to complete only one section. Currently response rates are extremely low across the Services.
  • Reserve Chaplain Inspires Active Faith

    Capt. Michael G. Fuentes, chaplain with the 514th Air Mobility Wing at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., presided over the Protestant worship service at the Dix Chapel here this morning.
  • October Enlisted Promotions

    Forty-Four Reserve Citizen Airman were promoted on 1 October 2019
  • Idea Challenge 2020

    Attention Freedom Wing Reserve Citizen Airman! Do you think you have what it takes to go from innovative Airman to swimming with the sharks?
  • Who Moved My Happy?

    In recognition of National Suicide Prevention Month, Erika Kendrick, presented “Who Moved My Happy?” at Timmerman Theatre for Comprehensive Airmen Fitness Day. Kendrick is an author, public speaker and former Chicago Bulls cheerleader who knows firsthand about the subject.
  • It runs in the family

    Tech. Sgt. David Misiura Jr., and his brother Staff Sgt. Josiah D. Misiura, both air transportation specialists in the 88th Aerial Port Squadron, 514th Air Mobility Wing at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., are among many “Port Dawgs” from the 88th APS who are gearing up to deploy.
  • Honorary Commander Induction

    The 514th Air Mobility Wing welcomed our newest Honorary Commanders at a ceremony held at here, September 24, 2019.The Honorary Commander program takes local community partners and pairs them with commanders across the installation for a one year term.During this time this partnership helps foster a growing relationship with the Joint Base and the
  • Bromance at the Freedom Wing

    Senior Airmen Jean M. Desrosiers and Angel J. Latorre, both laboratory technicians with the 514th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, 514th Air Mobility Wing at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., have worked together since their enlistment in August 2012.
  • 514th Welcomes Its Newest Doctor

    As of June 9th, Jonathan Trager, medical director of St. Luke’s University Health Network Emergency & Transport Services and Critical Care Transport, is a major in the United States Air Force Reserve. He was commissioned by Lt. Col. Julia. Wriglesworth of the 514th Aeromedical Staging Squadron in front of fellow 514 ASTS members, friends, and family.
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