Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations

 
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Southern cooking brings Airmen together February 24, 2014 — The Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations deployed Religious Support Team hosted a home-cooked dinner Feb. 19 as part of the AFMAO chapel resiliency program.The dinner is based on a needs assessment performed at the beginning of each RST's deployed rotation, which in this case provided a home-cooked southern style meal for the month of February. MORE


Mass Fatality exercise brings mortuary, Team Dover together February 14, 2014 — The operations center of the Charles C. Carson Center for Mortuary Affairs hosted a packed crowd Feb. 12 for its first tabletop exercise to put to test a mass fatality scenario.┬áThe operations center, the hub for the command, control and communication portion of the mission, opened in March 2013. Changes to C3 included incorporating other aspects MORE


Ramstein part of bringing heroes home February 4, 2014 — Members of the 721st Aerial Port Squadron, handle the delivery and shipment of everything from munitions, aircraft parts, medical supplies, ration pallets to registered mail. Even though they handle many high priority items, their most important job is also their hardest -- not because of the weight on their shoulders, but in their heart."Nothing MORE


Honor Guard program managers honored to serve as focal point January 15, 2014 — A group of primarily volunteers and special-duty Airmen represent the Air Force to the American people during funerals and community outreach events. Behind the scenes in a small office at the Charles C. Carson Center for Mortuary Affairs, Dover Air Force Base, Del., is the belly button for those representatives. Master Sgt. Edwin DelCastillo and MORE

New SecAF committed to Airmen, mortuary mission January 14, 2014 — Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James came to Dover Air Force Base Jan. 10, for the second time since becoming the 23rd secretary of the Air Force.James' first visit was under different circumstances, she said. "The first one was rather sobering and sad, but it was an honor to be part of it," said James. Just 10 days after being sworn in, MORE


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