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  • Hunting and Fishing Allowed on Base Again

    The restrictions put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic have been difficult, but necessary to keep people safe. In an effort to ease some of the restrictions securely, Recce Town leadership is opening up hunting and fishing to the base community.
  • Believing can aid in healing

    Despite the current pandemic, the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office on Recce Town has created multiple events to recognize the importance of the month. This April, the theme for Sexual Assault Awareness and Response Prevention Month is, “Protecting Our People Protects Our Mission.” 
  • COVID and Custody

    Custodial agreements are a necessary part of some Air Force family’s lives. With the recent pandemic and Department of Defense travel restrictions being extended, families are concerned how custodial agreements may be affected. However, families can breathe a sigh of relief due to guidelines recently defined within the DoD Stop Movement order.
  • Team Beale looks out for dorm residents during COVID-19 pandemic

    The stresses caused by COVID-19 have affected nearly every part of Beale’s community. To combat this an outpouring of support has been seen on the installation. An example of this support took place on April 18, 2020, when Beale’s Chaplain Corps and dorm leadership provided meals to the Airmen living in the dorms.
  • How Recce Town’s Laboratory professionals are helping in the fight against COVID-19

    The impact that Recce Laboratory professionals provide to Beale and its communities cannot be understated, especially during a pandemic where rapid test results can directly impact the spread. It takes a lot to get an Airman trained in all of the functions within the Lab, said Tech. Sgt. Michael LaMonica, 9th Healthcare Operations Squadron (HCOS) Diagnostics and Therapeutics flight chief.
  • Doctor's Orders

    Other than washing your hands, maintaining 6 feet of physical distance, and wearing a face covering, the most important thing that everyone can do to help stop the spread of COVID-19 is to stay informed as new information becomes available. It is vital that Airmen understand some key differences in some of the various degrees of protective measures that can be put in place if there is a concern of exposure.
  • Don’t Let COVID-19 Attack Your Mental Health

    Physical distancing and isolation in conjunction with fear and anxiety about the disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in people. Many services are available to Airmen who might be struggling, making sure they are mentally fit and mission ready in these trying times.
  • Excess Leave Can Stay

    With the current local area reduction and potential extension of the stop movement looming, many Airmen are concerned about how their leave entitlements will be affected as a result. Luckily, troops will now be able to carry over excess leave.
  • Your Command Team Has You Covered

    Col. Andy Clark, Commander 9th Reconnaissance Wing, is working diligently to ensure members of Recce Town receive proper PPE as soon as possible and while the type of mask does matter, the color is not nearly as important. 
  • Recce Town Airman using EOD capabilities to make PPE

    During normal operations the 9th Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) flight disposes of unexploded munitions that pose a danger to Beale or the surrounding community. Senior Airman Jace Zook, 9th CES EOD technician, has found a way to use EOD Flight’s capabilities to help Recce Town’s medical health professionals.