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  • National Public Health Week Really Resonates This Year

    National Public Health Week is the first full week of April every year. This week is a time to recognize the contributions made by public health professionals to keep the community healthy, and their services are needed now more than ever. Here at Beale, the team of public health professionals working within the 9th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron (OMRS), work daily to keep all of Recce Town healthy.
  • Key Spouses keeping Airmen safe

    From Commissary personnel to Security Forces Defenders, the Recce Community is doing their part to keep each other safe. The Key Spouses are another group going the extra mile, they organized a program that recycles old uniforms into masks that can be used by Airmen to fight the spread of COVID-19.
  • Beale Airman Helps Feed the Children

    To keep children safe from the pandemic, schools across the U.S. have shut down. This has caused a problem for families who rely on school lunches to keep their children fed. To combat this issue many school districts are preparing lunches for students.
  • 9th Reconnaissance Wing Ramps Up COVID-19 Preparedness Efforts

    The 9th Reconnaissance Wing continues to take additional steps to ensure Airmen are prepared to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Airmen from the 9th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron (OMRS) provided personal protective equipment (PPE) training to Airmen across Beale.
  • Clogging the system, Please avoid flushing wipes

    With the COVID-19 pandemic quarantining Airmen and families, a rise of pipe clogging due to flushable wipes has risen.
  • Chapel Provides Virtual Services to Airmen

    The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how everyday Air Force operations are approached. In an effort to prevent the pandemic from spreading, while still providing Airmen and their families the abilities to practice their faith, the chapel at Beale is providing virtual worship services.
  • Voices heard, how trust in leadership allowed firefighters to achieve success!

    9th Civil Engineering Squadron (CES) firefighters received the Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Ralph E. Sanborn, Fire Department of the Year Award for medium sized fire department across the Air Force.
  • Keeping Airmen Healthy While the Mission Keeps Going

    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), COVID-19 can spread through small droplets released when an infected person coughs or exhales. These droplets land on surfaces around a person and put other people at risk of getting infected. To prevent the spreading of COVID-19, Airmen are sanitizing the U-2 Dragon Lady’s cockpit regularly, ensuring the safety of U-2 pilots and Airmen working on the aircraft.
  • HPCON C Declaration

    The 9 RW Commander has directed Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Charlie in response to COVID-19.
  • Recce Town restrictions to fight COVID-19

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions have been put on the access to Recce Town and the use of some of its facilities, namely the commissary and the Base Exchange (BX). These restrictions have been put in place to maintain positive quality of life standards for active duty members while still providing retirees access to facilities they earned from their dedicated service.
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