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Sunday, September 22, 2019

Corpsman.com is now on Google + !

Greetings everyone.. Brrr… Winter is almost here.. Just wanted to let you know that Corpsman.com now has a presence  on Google +.  You can follow us here: Corpsman.com Google + . Join us. If your wondering what Google + is, picture Facebook without all the Junk, no noise.  Just good gouge. Hope to see you there! D/C […]

TSGT John W. Brown & TSGT Daniel L. Zerbe, Air Force Medic’s KIA 06 AUG 2011 AFGHANISTAN

Tech Sgt’s Brown and Zerbe were Air Force Medic’s who were serving on the Helo that went down. It is hard to get exclusive stories on each as every story printed is about all 30 of those lost. John W. Brown If Elizabeth Newlun wanted to have a serious conversation with her son, John Brown, […]

TRAIN OUR JUNIOR DOC’S! Don’t stick em in ADMIN Positions! SOAPBOX TIME!

Out of the Woodwork came Doc’s from all over to help one Deploying Doc, Thank you! Thanks to all who heard the call yesterday and came on our forums or left comments for the Doc who just found out he was deploying to Afghanistan. It’s not that he was scared of the deployment for himself, […]

4 Die in Air Force Medevac Crash in Afghanistan

All, I have said before and will say it again, it is hard as heck to get info about the Air Force for our site.  But I wanted to recognize these heroes who gave their all in support of the Medevac mission in Afghanistan. 6/11/2010 – WASHINGTON (AFNS) — Department of Defense officials announced June […]

(Air Force) Western Medicine helping in Afghanistan

April 19, 2010 by  
Filed under Air Force News, Corpsman.com News

  From AirForcetimes.com KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, Afghanistan — Abdul Bachery fell off a roof when he was 10 and spent seven years limping around with a dislocated right knee. In March, after spending nearly half his life injured, Bachery finally found help. An Afghan orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Nik Mohammad Shinwad, reconstructed Bachery’s knee at Kandahar Regional […]

Uniform Uniformity?? (Say that 5 times fast wacka wacka wacka!)

This type of article is fun. It gets people seeing red, green, sandy and they just go plain NUTS!! NUTS I SAY!! It seems that Congress wants to mandate our operational uniforms.  (WHO KNEW? ) But first.. I want to show you the 4 services Cammie uniforms, and then I will post the article from […]

Airman Fighting to stay on Active Duty after Botched Surgery

I hope the Air Force does the right thing and supports this Airman and keeps him on A/D!! Airman 1st Class Colton Read looked up from his hospital bed into the face of his wife. A tube down his throat kept him from talking. Fighting back tears, Jessica Read told her 20-year-old husband that doctors […]

Army: 2009 The Year of the NCO

I started writing this article in January, and have been trying to find a way to finish it without coming off as a pompas ass.  Tell me what you think below.-D/C 2009 is the year of the NCO for the United States Army.  I find that admirable. Unfortunately they have a “WONK” writing about it […]

PT program needs fixing, audit finds

January 5, 2009 by  
Filed under Air Force News, Military Information

From AirForceTimes.com By Michael Hoffman – Staff writer An Air Force-wide audit found the service’s fitness program is failing to keep airmen fit year-round. The fitness program “did not effectively promote a healthy lifestyle,” and unit commanders did not give airmen enough time to work out while not cracking down on airmen who failed PT […]

Poor economy drives more troops to re-enlist

FORT RILEY, Kan. — Sgt. Ryan Nyhus spent 14 months patrolling the deadly streets of Baghdad, where five members of his platoon were shot and one died. As bad as that was, he would rather go back there than take his chances in this brutal job market. Nyhus re-enlisted last week, and in so doing […]

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