Luther Allen talks with U.S. Air Force Gen. Mike Holmes, commander of Air Combat Command, prior to being recognized as a superior performer and being presented with Holmes’ commander’s coin Feb. 25, 2020, at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida. Holmes spent a portion of the afternoon visiting with members of 1st Air Force and 601st Air Operations Center recognizing superior performers by presenting them with his coin. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Regina Young)
About 330 members from Continental U.S. NORAD Region- 1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern) and the 601st Air Operations Center recently gathered at the Oasis Event Center to participate in the Resiliency Tactical Pause. The Pause was an Air Force-wide initiative by the Air Force Chief of Staff, Gen. David L. Goldfein, to raise suicide awareness. The event aided in the awareness of Airmen to the issue and featured guest speakers, small-group sessions in the morning and afternoon, and multiple case scenarios. (Courtesy Photo)
Volunteer marchers formed a relay line following the 1.1-mile “Ruck March” Nov. 1 to transfer food to a trailer for transport Nov. 7. The initiative included more than 50 volunteer marchers from the Killey Center and the 601st Air Operations Center and collected nearly 1,400 pounds of food for a Panama City food bank, Food 4 Kidz. (Air Force photo by Mary McHale)
Marchers from the Killey Center and the 601st Air Operations Center embark on a 1.1-mile Ruck March Nov. 1.The event included more than 50 volunteer marchers with food-filled rucksacks and was hosted by Combined Enlisted Association to collect food for distribution to a Panama City food bank. The initiative collected nearly 1,400 pounds of food a Panama City food bank, Food 4 Kidz. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mary McHale)
Members of the Continental U.S. NORAD Region – 1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern) Spouses Club distribute water during a 1.1 – mile “Ruck March” Nov. 1 hosted by Combined Enlisted Association. The initiative included more than 50 volunteer marchers with food-filled rucksacks and collected almost 1,400 pounds of food for a Panama City Beach food bank, Food 4 Kidz. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mary McHale)
Marchers unload their bags at the recently reopened Canadian Mess building following a 1.1-mile “Ruck March” Nov. 1 hosted by the Combined Enlisted Association. The initiative included more than 50 volunteer marchers and collected almost 1,400 pounds of food for a Panama City Beach food bank, Food 4 Kidz. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mary McHale)

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