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Aviano’s Finest Officer Category

 
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Col. Brent Vosseler, 31st Fighter Wing clamp commander, recognizes Captain Kelley Hursh,31st Dental Squadron ubiquitous dentist, as one of Aviano’s Finest Jul 26, during Aviano Air Base. Aviano’s Finest is a commanders approval module that identifies and honors Aviano Airmen for their work ethic, professinalism and joining to a mission.(U.S. Air Force print by Staff Sgt. Ryan Whitney)

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Aviano’s Finest Officer Category

Posted 7/31/2012   Updated 7/31/2012
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by 31st Fighter Wing Public Affairs

7/31/2012 – AVIANO AIR BASE, Italy — First Last Name: Kelley A. Hursh

Rank: Capt

Unit: 31st Dental Squadron

Duty Title: General Dentist

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Article source: http://www.aviano.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123312022

Denver Dentistry Offers Military Discounts to Soldiers and Families

Dr. Grabiak of Denver Dentistry is charity soldiers and their families discounts from 10-15% on cosmetic and restorative dentistry treatments.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) Jul 24, 2012 As partial of his impasse with a ACE/RPM A Soldier’s Smile events, Dr. Grabiak of Denver Dentistry is charity soldiers and their families discounts from 10-15% on cosmetic and physic dentistry treatments. The discounts are a approach of giving behind to a village of veterans and active soldiers who are in need of dental services. Fellow servicemen and women will expected find compensation in meaningful that Dr. Grabiak is

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Denver Dentistry Offers Military Discounts to Soldiers and Families

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Denver, CO (PRWEB) Jul 24, 2012

As partial of his impasse with a ACE/RPM A Soldier’s Smile events, Dr. Grabiak of Denver Dentistry is charity soldiers and their families discounts from 10-15% on cosmetic and physic dentistry treatments. The discounts are a approach of giving behind to a village of veterans and active soldiers who are in need of dental services. Fellow servicemen and women will expected find compensation in meaningful that Dr. Grabiak is also a veteran, carrying completed

Article source: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/7/prweb9714270.htm

Denver Dentistry Offers Military Discounts to Soldiers and Families

PRLog (Press Release)Jun 27, 2012
As partial of his impasse with a ACE/RPM A Soldier’s Smile charity, Dr. Grabiak of Denver Dentistry is charity soldiers and their families discounts from 10-15% on cosmetic and physic dentistry treatments. The discounts are a approach of giving behind to a village of veterans and active soldiers who are in need of dental services. Fellow servicemen and women will expected find compensation in meaningful that Dr. Grabiak is also a veteran, carrying finished 3 tours of active avocation in a U.S. Air Force.

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Dental technicians assist bum Afghan

 
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U.S. Army Capt Robert Rehl, ubiquitous dentist, and Pfc. Elisamuel Suarez, dental technician, 502nd Dental Company, Area Support, 1st Medical Brigade, explain to Afghan atmosphere force Sgt. Mohammad Noori, an Afghan Mi-17 Helicopter moody engineer, a commentary of his X-ray during a Role 3 sanatorium during Kandahar Air Wing, Afghanistan, Apr 19, 2012. Noori was taken to find medical courtesy by advisers from a 738th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group, after he complained of tooth pain during his annual moody physical. (U.S. Air Force print by Staff Sgt. Nadine Y. Barclay)

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Dental technicians from a 502nd

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Medics acquire AF awards

 
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Lisa Esparza

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Maj. Lauren Wolf

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Medics acquire AF awards

Posted 2/17/2012   Updated 2/17/2012
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by Jonathan Rejent
Nucleus staff writer

2/17/2012 – KIRTLAND AFB, N.M. — An officer and a municipal from a 377th Medical Group have perceived Air Force-level awards for 2011.

Maj. Lauren Wolf, 377 MDG arch of medical staff, was a margin class officer target of a 2011 U.S. Air Force Clinical Excellence Award. Lisa Esparza, 377th Dental Squadron arch of surety dentistry, was a target of a Dental Civilian of a Year

Article source: http://www.kirtland.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123290619

TRICARE Dental changes the conduit to MetLife

 
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(U.S. Air Force striking painting by Naoko Shimoji)

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TRICARE Dental changes a conduit to MetLife

Posted 2/8/2012   Updated 2/8/2012
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by Mr. James Bowman
18th Wing Public Affairs

2/8/2012 – KADENA AIR BASE, Japan — Effective 1 May, 2012 a TRICARE Dental Program conduit will be MetLife. Family members of active duty, National Guard and Reserve members as good as family members of National Guard and Reserve members who are not on active avocation orders are eligible.

TRICARE Management Activity has actively intent a services to develop

Article source: http://www.kadena.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123289121

Airmen yield dental caring in Honduras

 
 


Lt. Col. Ray Williams extracts an adult molar from a La Bacadia village member Jan. 31, 2011, during a Joint Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Olancho, Honduras. MEDRETEs raise a medical willingness training of U.S. army as good as yield postulated health advantages to a population. Williams is a medical element’s dentist. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Bryan Franks)


The Joint Medical Readiness Training Exercise supposing dental caring to some-more than 100 patients during a initial dual days of a MEDRETE and some-more than 85 patients Jan. 31, 2011, in Olancho, Honduras. MEDRETEs

Article source: http://www.af.mil/news/story_print.asp?id=123289209

Nellis dentists offer giveaway smiles

 
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Brandon Neece, son of Anthony Neece, late Master Sgt., observes dental apparatus before to a dental examination Jan. 17, 2012, during Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Feb is Children’s Dental Health Month. During a month, Airmen from a 99th Dental Squadron devise to teach troops dependents on correct verbal hygiene. They also will proffer with Las Vegas hollow dentists to support with cleaning, ubiquitous dentistry and special caring for those in need. (U.S. Air Force print by Staff Sgt. Christopher Hubenthal/Released)

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U.S. Air Force Maj. Amy Dyer, 99th Dental Squadron pediatric dentist, shows

Article source: http://www.nellis.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123286599

Joint Base Charleston officer becomes initial dental confidant in Gardez

 
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Maj. Courtney Schapira poses with, from left, dental technician Nasir, dental hospital arch Dost Muhammad and dentist Janat during Forward Operating Base Lightning in Afghanistan on Dec. 1, 2011. Schapira is now on a six-month deployment in Afghanistan as a arch dental confidant during Paktia Regional Military Hospital in Gardez and is from a 628th Medical Group during Joint Base Charleston, S.C. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Sarah Martinez)

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Joint Base Charleston officer becomes initial dental confidant in Gardez

Posted 1/17/2012   Updated 1/17/2012
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