“What Col. Goodman brings to USAFSAM – it’s the kind of thing you can’t just read about or learn with PowerPoint briefings,” Dienst said in a prepared statement. “You have to be there to understand it, and Goodman has been there. She will help us better translate medical operational requirements, and what we can do to help the warfighter missions.”
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Previously, she was a medical inspector with Headquarters Air Force Inspection Agency at Kirtland Air Force Base, commander of the 20th Aerospace Medicine Squadron at Shaw Air Force Base, and chief of aerospace medicine in the 55th Medical Group at Offutt Air Force Base, according to Wright-Patt.
Goodman entered the Air Force in 1995 as a student at the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, Maryland.
“The ceaseless efforts at USAFSAM to improve how we care for and protect our Airmen, and return them to fight faster and stronger is awe-inspiring…I’m so honored to be a member of USAFSAM. I can’t wait to see what we do next.” Goodman said in a prepared statement.
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