For 1st Time in 3 Decades, Military Families and Retirees Are Getting Revamped IDs

From |Dated 24 Aug 2020  By Bing Xiao   The military is ditching flimsy laminated paper-based ID cards for military retirees and dependents for an all-new card system: The Next Generation Uniform Services Identification Card. According to a Defense Department announcement published Monday, the cards, which represent the first ID update for these military communities… Read More

Thank You Life Support/Flight Equipment from Mrs. Mary May and Family

Mrs. Mary May, widow of CMSgt (Ret) Roger May thanks the Life Support/Flight Equipment community for its kindness and sympathy regarding the death of their son John May back on 21 July 2020.  Mrs. May passes along the following comments: Your hope has sustained us.  Your friendship has surrounded us.  Your love has given us… Read More

In Memory of MSgt (Ret) Willard Oost

MSgt (Ret) Willard Oost Willard (Will) Linzy Oost of Parker, FL, passed away August 5, 2020, due to complications of COVID-19. Will was born in Panther, KY to Grover Linzy and Emma Stringer Oost on August 12, 1935. He married Mary Jewelle Wells Oost on June 20, 1955, in Owensboro, KY. Will was a veteran… Read More

In Memory of CMSgt (Ret) Charles (Chuck) Sandusky

  CMSgt (Ret) Charles Sandusky SANDUSKY, Charles A. (Age 87) Beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather passed April 18, 2020 at home from heart failure. Chuck was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on March 15, 1933. He was raised in Liberty, Kentucky where he was the 4th oldest of 11 children. Joined the Air Force at… Read More

In Memory of SMSgt (Ret) Riley Crumley

SMSGT (Ret) RILEY CRUMLEY Mr. Riley Crumley, Sr., age 86, of Cleveland, GA passed away Wednesday, April 1, 2020.Mr. Crumley was born in White County to the late Harvel and Faye Stancil Crumley. He was a farmer, grader and excavator. Mr. Crumley served in the US Air Force for 23 years. In addition to parents,… Read More