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Dr. (Maj.) William Bynum, 11th Medical Group, is one of the attending faculty members assigned to Fort Belvoir Community Hospital's Family Medicine Residency Program. A former resident of the program, Bynum has been assigned to the FMR Program for his entire seven-year career as an Air Force commissioned officer. (Photo by Reese Brown) Making Dr. Airman
Across the National Capital Region, Capital Medics of the 11th Medical Group deliver 42 world-class healthcare specialties to hundreds of thousands of beneficiaries. To be proficient in their jobs, all of the Airmen undergo some kind of rigorous formal education and training that enable them to be Excellent In All They Do. For some new Air Force doctors, this means stepping out of the classroom and into an operational medical clinic as a resident family medicine physician. Dr. (Maj.) William Bynum, 11th Medical Group, is one of the attending faculty members assigned to the National Capital Consortium Family Medicine Residency Program at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Va., where today’s clinical residents are formed into tomorrow’s officer leaders and expert family medicine providers.
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2017
Sept. 1987 issue of Airmen's Magazine. (Courtesy photo) Off they went..!! AF’s women Airmen raised the bar
March is Women’s History Month, a time set aside by Congress to promote the study, observance and celebration of the role of women in American history. It is fitting, therefore, to recognize that throughout our country’s history, women in uniform, like Gosnell and Martiny, have raised the bar for present and future generations of Airmen by breaking through barriers and forging fresh paths. In doing so, these servicewomen in blue make valuable contributions to mission success, while playing a vital role in the Air Force’s legacy of honor and tradition of valor.
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2017
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