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  • Worker’s Compensation Claims Will be Filed Using New E-Comp System

    To enhance the employee's ability to file a compensation claim, effective July 31, the new Employee's Compensation Operations and Management Portal will replace the Electronic Data Interchange. Current, retired and separated employees can now file claims from their home computers using ECOMP. The

  • Free Body Composition Analysis for DOD Civilians

    CHPS offers free body composition analysis using InBody 230 for AFMC DoD Civilians. This machine is able to determine your weight, skeletal muscle mass, percentage of body fat, total body water, and basal metabolic rate. The InBody scale uses a multi-segmental bio-impedance analysis for a fast and

  • New TRICARE Lactation Program to Be Featured on Facebook

    TRICARE's new lactation policy will be highlighted today in a live Facebook town hall to answer beneficiaries' questions at 1 p.m. EST and 10 a.m. PST, TRICARE officials said.Bobbie Matthews, a health care policy analyst with the Defense Health Agency's medical benefits and reimbursement office will

  • 116th Air Control Wing Changes command

    The 116th Air Control Wing, Georgia Air National Guard welcomed Col. Mark Weber Saturday as its new commander during a change of command ceremony.Brig. Gen. Jesse Simmons, Jr., commander of the Georgia Air National Guard, presided over the ceremony."The 116th ACW is more than a deployable flying

  • Stop and Go: 78th CES works hard to keep base moving

    Do you get a little frustrated sometimes sitting in your car, waiting for the traffic signal to someday change in your favor? It's OK to say yes because we've all been there.  But where you stop when you approach that traffic signal can have a great deal to do with whether you move or sit a little

  • In Brief: News briefs

    The following items are upcoming.Construction projectsA project to install concrete curbing along the fence line and reconstruct the drainage inlet between Bldgs. 44 and 46 will result in a portion of the parking area north of Bldgs. 44 and 46 being closed Monday through Aug. 14.The work is part of

  • Putting the brakes on civilian motorcycle PPE rumors

    Over the past few months the 78th Air Base Wing Safety Office has received multiple calls concerning questions related to civilians and Air Force Motorcycle Safety personal protective equipment requirements. In September 2013 there were a few changes to the Air Force Motorcycle Safety Program, but