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  • Religious support teams step outside the sanctuary, provide support

    Religious Support Teams, comprised of one chaplain and one religious affairs airman, offer mental, emotional and spiritual support to all Westover Airmen - no matter their belief system.
  • Faces of Westover: Staff Sgt. Fernando Acosta

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Fernando Acosta, a member of the 439th Contingency Response Flight, has served his community as a firefighter with the Fire Department of the city of New York since 2016.
  • Westover aeromedical, aerial port Airmen practice like they play

    Members of the 439th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, 439th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron and the 42nd Aerial Port Squadron conducted ground and flight medical training July 23 to 25.
  • Faces of Westover: Airman 1st Class Camelia Valentin

    U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Camelia Valentin, a federal officer and 439th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, grew up with a fascination for everything aviation.
  • Faces of Westover: Tech. Sgt. Brian Nasuta

    Versatility and flexibility are two characteristics Tech. Sgt. Brian Nasuta, an Aerial Transportation specialist with the 58th Aerial Port Squadron, enjoys the most about his service as an Air Force Reservist.
  • Faces of Westover: Senior Airman Patrick Kelleher

    U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Patrick Kelleher, a port dawg with the 58th Aerial Port Squadron, always knew public service was his calling. In addition to joining the Air Force Reserve, he serves West Springfield, Massachusetts as a police officer.
  • Faces of Westover: Staff Sgt. Timothy Congo

    Staff Sgt. Timothy Congo's role as a 439th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron aeromedical evacuation technician led him to pursue a civilian career in medicine a patient care technician.
  • Faces of Westover: Capt. Keith Grant

    U.S. Air Force Capt. Keith Grant, 439th Aerospace Medical Squadron flight medicine provider, worked on the front lines of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic as a Senior Assistant Director in infection prevention for Hartford Healthcare in Connecticut.
  • Faces of Westover: Tech. Sgt. Christopher Titus

    Tech. Sgt. Christopher Titus enjoys the differences between his jobs in the 439th Maintenance Squadron and the Massachusetts Department of Corrections.
  • Faces of Westover: Master Sgt. Michael Teixeira

    Finding one’s true calling can be a long process filled with trial and error. Some know right away what their path will be. Master Sgt Michael Teixeira, 439th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron NCOIC, said his choice was easy. 
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