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  • 9th Force Support Squadron wins ACC Level Eubank Award

    Proven through numerous achievements and awards, Beale's 9th Force Support Squadron efforts have not gone unrecognized. They constantly help keep Airmen of Beale happy, safe and constantly ready to achieve the day’s task. The 9th FSS celebrated their Maj. Gen. Eugene L. Eubank Award win once more.

  • Prevention saves time, money and most importantly lives

    Suicide is an issue that is not taken lightly within the Air Force, and as such scores of programs have been set up for suicide prevention.One of the more unique programs out there to combat suicide is Beale’s Walking Group.

  • Beale’s 9th MDG completes exercise Ready Eagle

    The 9th Medical Group (MDG) executed exercise Ready Eagle Aug. 2 to 6, 2021, a weeklong endeavor designed to test all aspects of their readiness.Throughout the week they completed classroom training sessions, table top exercises and a mass prophylaxis event, all leading up to their capstone on Aug.

  • How one tower helps support Beale’s intel community

    Cooperation is innately difficult for humans, whether that be two siblings agreeing on a TV show to watch or a group of people deciding on a creative endeavor. This is no different in the U.S. Air Force—cooperation is key to success but difficult to manage.One of Beale’s tenant units, the 548th

  • Risk vs reward

    As the weather improves, there’s no surprise that many of our Airmen who ride motorcycles have been out more. Therefore, it’s crucial to remember the importance of motorcycle safety while riding. In April 2021, two Airmen from Travis Air Force Base lost their lives because of a motorcycle accident.

  • Beale hosts post-blast training with FBI and local law enforcement

    The 9th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight hosted a training event with the FBI and several local law enforcement agencies May 5, 2021, at Beale Air Force Base, California.“The training was a very high level coverage of explosives, what they do and more importantly how we

  • A day in the life of CMSAF, from one of Beale’s A1C’s eyes

    In my experience, when junior airmen are made to sit down to talk with senior leadership there’s a bit of grumbling about it and maybe even some nodding off. When the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF) was here, that picture could not be further from the truth.When Chief Master Sgt. of

  • Beale’s 9th MXOT streamlines A&P certification process

    Acquiring an A&P certification can be a lengthy process if done the traditional Air Force way. The 9th Maintenance Operations Training Flight (MXOT) instructors at Beale were able to find a more efficient way for experienced maintenance Airmen to obtain the certification.