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Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

Davis–Monthan Air Force Base is a United States Air Force base located within the city limits approximately 5 miles south-southeast of downtown Tucson, Arizona. It was established in 1925 as Davis-Monthan Landing Field.

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How would YOU respond to a chemical attack? See how our pararescuemen get the job done.

#ThatOthersMayLive #68RQS #Pararescuemen #PJ

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355th Equipment Maintenance Squadron Airmen routinely repair and preserve the structural integrity of D-M's aircraft. Keep them flying, Airmen! 🛠️✈️

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Airmen from the 924th AMXS and 354th AMU competed against each other in the Load Crew of the Quarter competition. Congrats to the Bulldogs for being top dog!

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The 355th MDG does it again with another great initiative focused on keeping our Airmen #fittofight.

If you have any questions regarding the 355th MDG Physical Therapy clinic, please contact their office at (520) 228-2886.

Check back soon for the conclusion of this 3-part series!

#DMCares

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Happy Independence Day! D-M's Salute to America celebraton was filled with fun for the entire family! #4thofjuly #redwhiteandblue

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Happy Tuesday! Hope you enjoy photos of these HH-60s maintained by the 923d AMXS taking flight. 🚁

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First Lady Melania Trump visited D-M earlier this week! 🇺🇲️🦅

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#ACC

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Col. Mike Drowley took command at Davis-Monthan today!

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Welcome to the Desert Lightning Team, Col. Mike Drowley!

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Col. Scott Campbell, 355th Fighter Wing commander and his wife Col. Kim Campbell, 612th Theater Operations Group commander took their final flights at DM this week. We wish you both the best of luck at your new positions in the US Air Force Academy (Official)! #powercouple
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Seth "Growth" Wilson served 2 tours in Vietnam accumulating over 600 missions. In late 1970 he started his first tour as a Sundog FAC out of Cambodia, and later became a Raven FAC serving in Laos. In 1974, he returned flying OV-10s out of NKP as a Nail FAC. He was the last On Scene Commander for the conclusion of the Mayaguez Incident, and is one of the 4 Nail FACs credited with extracting over two hundred marines under heavy enemy fire.

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DM's Airmen & Family Readiness Center recently hosted their quarterly Heart Link Tour. The tour shows military spouses the different resources that the base provides as well as interesting facts about the surrounding area. This quarter, spouses were treated to an A-10 Thunderbolt II simulator ride and an A-10 static display on the flightline!

For more information on the Heart Link Tour, contact the Airmen & Family Readiness Center: (520) 228-5690

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Happy Father's Day DLT!

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DM's ever expanding Human Performance Optimization program keeps Airmen ready to Fly, Fight and WIN! 🏋️‍♂️

CAUTION: Stand behind the yellow line and watch as DM Airmen train at CATM!

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Col. Colleen McBratney and the 48th RQS have been hard at work developing a plan to keep Pararescuemen #fittofight.
#Resiliency

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See how the base chapel can support your spiritual resiliency.

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Col. Scott Campbell, 355th Fighter Wing Commander, updated our front gate!

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Davis-Monthan airmen ran into their Friday with the 2nd Annual 5k Color Run.

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D-M held its annual 5k Color Run this morning! Thank you to all the participants and volunteers that made this possible!!

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