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During Operation Desert Fox last month Navy Lt. Kendra Williams, flew her Boeing F/A 18 over Iraq as part of the attack force that launched from the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise CVN65 in the Arabian Gulf. Lieutenant Williams was among the first group of women who trained for fighter aircraft duty. She graduated from jet training at Naval Air Station Kingsville, Texas in 1997″Women have only been in combat aviation a few years,” she said. “It’s going to take time for people to adjust.”

Female pilots have been flying Navy F/A 18s since the mid 1990s and have flown patrol missions over Iraq as part of Operation Southern Watch. military helicopters since 1973Alaskan is first female pilot in combatABOARD THE USS ENTERPRISE The word raced from sailor to sailor like gossip around the office water coolerShe is just 26. She beat her squadron commander into battle. female combat pilot to bomb an enemy target. On Dec. 16, Lt. Kendra Williams, USN, bombed enemy targets over Iraq during Operation Desert FoxWary of but not oblivious to her status, Lt. Kendra Williams dug into a plate of fried chicken and politely attempted to fend off fame”I was just doing my job,” said Williams, one of 18 pilots in the ”Gunslingers” F/A 18 squadron out of Jacksonville, Fla. ”I was nervous at first. Hours later she got two dozen responses, including a note from her proud parentsThe USS Enterprise is home to two other female pilots who command F/A 18s, which are single seat, state of aviation art fighter jets stuffed with enough high tech radar and weapons systems to make a computer nerd dizzyJust as male fighter pilots come in many shapes, Williams fits no stereotype. She stands about 5 foot 4 and wears her hair in a bushy brown bob. ”I’m one of the guys to some pilots, a younger sister to others,” she said. ”I really just don’t want to stand out.”

Other Gunslingers offered heartfelt but reserved praise for her historic accomplishment”I’m glad she had the opportunity,” said Lt. Cmdr. Greg Fenton, 34, who also flew that first night. ”To us she is just another pilot, one we’d send on any mission we would go on ourselves.”

Polishing off her fried chicken, Williams had only one thing to add: ”I’m ready to do it again.”

By Marco R. della Cava, USA TODAY

THE FIRST WOMAN TO FLY AND FIRE MISSILES IN COMBATWOMEN WERE AT THE CONTROLS OF SOME OF THE WARPLANES THAT ATTACKED IRAQ DURING “OPERATION DESERT FOX.” PENTAGON OFFICIALS SAY IT APPEARS TO BE THE FIRST TIME U S WOMEN HAVE FIRED MISSILES AND DROPPED BOMBS IN COMBAT. V O A’S JIM RANDLE REPORTS, BOTH PILOTS AND GENERALS GREETED THIS BIT OF MILITARY HISTORY WITH A SHRUGREPORTS FROM THE CARRIER U S S ENTERPRISE SAY F 18 PILOT KENDRA WILLIAMS, A LIEUTENANT, WAS THE FIRST WOMAN TO FLY AND FIRE MISSILES IN COMBAT. OFFICIALS SAY LT. WILLIAMS FLEW ONE OF 30 PLANES IN THE FIRST WAVE OF AIR STRIKES LAST WEDNESDAY NIGHTSHE IS ONE OF THREE WOMEN WHO FLY THE F A 18 ON THE ENTERPRISE. THERE ARE 277 FEMALE PILOTS IN THE NAVY, BUT ONLY 14 WOMEN FLY THE F 18 FIGHTER BOMBERTWENTY SIX YEAR OLD LT. WILLIAMS GOT A LOVE OF FLYING FROM HER FATHER, WHO ALSO FLEW JET FIGHTERS. HE LET HER TAKE THE CONTROLS OF A SMALL PROPELLER PLANE WHEN SHE WAS ONLY TEN YEARS OLD. IN A NEWSPAPER INTERVIEW, LT. WILLIAMS SAYS SHE WAS A LITTLE NERVOUS FLYING IN COMBAT FOR THE FIRST TIME. BUT INSISTS SHE WAS “JUST DOING HER JOB.”

THE U S AIR FORCE SAYS FIRST LIEUTENANT CHERYL LAMOUREUX BECAME THE FIRST WOMEN ON A COMBAT AIR MISSION IN THAT SERVICE. SHE IS A CREW MEMBER ON A B 52 THAT FIRED CRUISE MISSILES AT TARGETS IN IRAQLORY MANNING, OF THE WOMEN’S RESEARCH AND EDUCATION INSTITUTE IN WASHINGTON, SAYS AFTER CONGRESS CHANGED LAWS BARRING WOMEN FROM FLYING WARPLANES, IT WAS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME BEFORE WOMEN FOUND THEMSELVES IN FRONT LINE JETSWOMEN HAVE BEEN FLYING THESE AIRCRAFT FOR ABOUT FIVE YEARS NOW, AND THEY’VE CERTAINLY FIRED THESE MISSILES IN TRAINING AND THAT SORT OF THING. BUT IT’S THE FIRST TIME THEY’VE FIRED THEM IN A REAL ACTION.
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Pickering Valley Elementary School students Anie Liu, Brianna Bartsch, Aniyah McGibboney and Rachel Kimes pose together after they participated in the Kick It! program held from February 25 March 4, 2015 during the physical education class. The week long events were an effort to educate the students about ALS. Students in grades kindergarten through second grade rotated around to different kicking stations set up in the gym.

Preston family created for Celia to assist with her future needs for treatments, equipment and other expenses related to her illness.

ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is commonly known as Lou Gehrig disease. ALS is incurable, according to Web MD. It deteriorates the nerve cells of the brain and spinal cord that control muscle movements.

Pickering Valley Elementary School physical education teachers Travis Orth and Ashley Procopio said they wanted to help with the Preston family efforts.

amount raised is a testament to how amazing of a person Celia is and how unbelievably supportive our students, staff and community are, Orth said. will surely put a smile on her face and help her moving forward. The top three classes at the end of the event received a class breakfast as a prize.

The physical education teachers hosted events from Feb. 25 to March 4 to raise funds and to raise awareness about ALS. The events were a part of a program called Kick It! Students participated in the program during their physical education classes.

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the students learned about ALS. Orth and Procopio said it was a fun way for the students to get involved in the activities provided and to help someone else.

Students in grades kindergarten through second grade participated in a series of stations set up in the gym centered around kicking skills. Students in third through fifth grades participated in a competitive game of long base, which is a modified game of matball and kickball.

the students at Pickering Valley were super pumped to get the festivities started when they arrived at the gym on their Kick It! event day, Orth said.

Each day throughout the event, there were two students names drawn at random for a prize. They received a Pickering Valley Elementary School T shirt and water bottle. The top three fundraisers in the school received first pick of all the prizes available. There were more than 50 prizes given to students who were entered into the raffle, based on how much money they donated. Some of the prizes included Taylor Swift tickets, an authentic signed Troy Polamalu jersey, two sets of Flyers tickets, two Beats by Dre headphones and two bicycles.

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Employees and residents of the Downingtown Area School District participated in the bucket challenge in August 2014 to pour water on their heads and donate money to the ALS Foundation.

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McIntyre, the Foundation Professor of Physiology at Monash. More recently Uwe has concentrated on research in a number of areas of Sport and Exercise Physiology as detailed below;Recently an aspect of the laboratory research has been on a common soft tissue injury, the hamstring strain. Identifying muscle mechanical measurements that can highlight an athlete susceptibility to this injury is of major interest. Given that most athletes carry out routine warm up and as yet there is no scientific basis for its effects, this is a research area of great interest. It seems that warm up relates to a property of all striated muscle, its thixotropy,,that stiffens muscle after a prolonged period of inactivity.

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Studies carried out in Uwe laboratory have shown that after all forms of intense exercise, including both eccentric and concentric exercise, subjects have a disturbed limb position sense. Where is my arm when I cannot see it? The disturbance is believed to arise in the brain, perhaps as a result of chemicals released in association with the exercise.

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In view of the soreness and pain produced by some forms of exercise, there has been a search for exercise that minimises movement and produces no soreness, suitable for the rehabilitating athlete. The proprioceptive senses: their roles in signalling body shape, body position and movement, and muscle force. Physiol Rev 92: 1651 1697.

Tsay A, Allen TJ, Leung M, Proske U (2012). The fall in force after exercise disturbs position sense at the human forearm. Exp Brain Res 222: 415 425.

Izumizaki M, Tsuge M, Akai L, Proske U, Homma I (2010). The illusion of changed position and movement from vibrating one arm is altered by vision or movement of the other arm. J Physiol 588: 2789 2800.

Allen TJ, Leung M, Proske U (2010). The effect of fatigue from exercise on human limb position sense. J Physiol 588: 1369 1377.

Proske, U. and Gandevia S. C. (2009). The kinaesthetic senses. (2009). Changes in passive tension after stretch of unexercised and eccentrically exercised human plantar flexor muscles. Exp. Brain Res 193:545 554.

Smith JL, Crawford M, Proske U, Taylor JL and Gandevia SC (2009). Signals of motor command bias joint position sense in the presence of feedback from proprioceptors. J. Appl. Physiol 106: 950 958.

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Arlene Buenvenida, left, and Kosta Sevastopoulos show a form of therapy used in the Borgess Health Park physical therapy department.(Photo: Andy Fitzpatrick/The Enquirer)Years ago, on the other side of the world, a young girl knew she wanted to help others heal.

That girl followed her ambition andnow Arlene Buenvenida of Battle Creek is a physical therapist at Borgess Health Park.

Buenvenida, who is from the Philippines, came to the United States in 1995, a year after becoming a physical therapist. She’s worked for different health care providers here, including the former Battle Creek Health System.

Now, Buenvenida can be found on the sunlit upper floor of Borgess’ physical therapy office in Battle Creek. She talked to the Enquirer about why she went into health care, the myths about physical therapy and if copper really helps heal joints. from the Philippines in 1995. (Photo: Provided)

“I was born in the Philippines. My mom has polio, so seeing her different, walking differently, she was not normal. But she was able to do everything.

“I was kind of like, ‘OK, maybe I can help people who are impaired in regards to their mobility.’That made me go to a medical kind of field.”

Why physical therapy?”It was a beginning career back then. There was a big demand for it. I was going for the medical field, but that was kind of an expensive program back in the Philippines. So I hadto have a stepping stone to get there.

“The doctor that was interviewing me to get into the (nursing) program, he saidmy grades qualified for a higher degree.

“I tried it and I loved it because you spend more time with your patients. Doctors, you talk to your patient and give your patient medication, but physical therapy, I found you get to know your patient better. There’s a doctor in the office. Here, we’ve got a little more freedom. You get to decide. You get to really apply what you’ve learned from schooling.

“There’s a conflict sometimes with a diagnosis, but you can’t say anything back there. Here, you can call the doctor. They’ll kind of hear your side of the story.”

When did you know you were in the right job?”The patients coming back to me make me feel like, ‘hey, I really made a difference in your life.’ They’re coming back to you and looking for you.

“I had a patient that I had seen 10 or 15 years ago for a shoulder problem. And then she hurt her shoulder and she wouldn’t go to another therapist. She called around town just to seek for me.

“She said I did a good job and she wouldn’t trust anybody else to do that job. You feel like you’re special.”

Were there times you felt like you weren’t in the right job?”Well, there’s some patients where even though you try, you just can’t make a difference. You feel bad because if only they would do their exercise, they would return back to normal.

“There are some times you can’t do anything because you are in a lot of pain, but if you just try, you know? But you can’t force people to do that. They have to help themselves. You can’t do it for them.”

Story continues belowWhat should people really know about physical therapists?”We’re not massage therapists. That’s the No. 1 thing.

“We do a therapeutic massage to get them to improve their range of motion, flexibility. But it’s always related to them returning to function. Peoplethink that, ‘I go to physical therapy so I’ll feel better.’It’s not that. There’s a massage therapist for that.

“And it’s not always, ‘no pain, no gain.’ There are some pains that are needed to stretch the tight muscles, but we don’t do them so that they could not move. We don’t make them extremely painful so that they won’t be able to tolerate pain. That’s not the goal of physical therapy.”

It seems like physical therapy might be a field where some patients come in with ideas about so called alternative medicine.”Yeah, some people will use copper because they think it’s good for the joints. And psychologically, I don’t think that it’s helpful, but to the patient, if it feels good to them then it would help them.
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The top three participating schools from each school system will be awarded in the contest based on the phone books collected per student at the school. First place winners will receive $1,000, second place schools will win $600 and schools in third place will earn $400.

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Down 12 1 to start the ballgame Friday night at Cascade, the Philomath boys basketball team needed to find a way fast to stop the bleeding. The Warriors really needed the victory to remain near the top of the conference while maintaining a strong OSAA ranking.

Coach Blake Ecker made some adjustments in terms of personnel and the change led to an 11 1 run to give the Warriors life. Philomath went on to a 68 59 victory.

“Matt Hamilton came in and was a huge spark in the first half at the post level,” Ecker said. “We needed that run to get back in the ballgame. Once again, it was another opportunity where other guys stepped up all the way around.”

Despite the early troubles, Philomath led 15 14 by the time the first quarter buzzer sounded. The Cougars were able to grab a 31 28 lead by halftime.

“We were doing a good job and we came back on them and didn’t get all riled up,” Ecker said. “We just stayed the course and did a good job there.”

Senior Nolan Jackson found his groove in the second half by scoring 19 of his 24 points, nine in the third and 10 in the fourth. The rest of the scoring was very spread out with six players scoring six to eight points.

“That’s tough to stop when you have that many people scoring and doing a good job,” Ecker said. “Late in the game, we kinda pulled it out a little bit. They were much bigger than us and we had a small lineup and we were able to get to the basket a little bit easier and it burned some time.”

Senior Tyler Pfarrer had a key 3 pointer in the fourth quarter to put the Warriors up by five.

Philomath needed help to have a shot at winning a fifth straight league title, but both Newport and Stayton won Friday night to keep the Warriors in third. With one game remaining, Philomath can finish no lower than third.

Newport and Stayton will end the regular season Tuesday playing each other for the league title while Philomath hosts Yamhill Carlton for senior night. If Newport and Philomath both win Tuesday, the Warriors would finish tied with Stayton for second, but would get the No. 2 seed out of the Oregon West based on RPI. But if Stayton beats the Cubs, the Warriors would end up third. Newport swept the season series over Philomath.

“I’d rather be in second than third and hopefully with where we’re at right now RPI wise, we’re not going to move any to speak of,” Ecker said. “So we should, if we can hold home court (Tuesday vs. Y C), we should stay at about the No. 9 seed and get a home play in game.”

If that’s scenario unfolds, Philomath would play either Friday night or sometime Saturday, depending on the opponent’s travel time. start. Four seniors will be recognized at the game.

Philomath 68, Cascade 59

PHILOMATH (13 8, 6 3) 15 13 15 25 68

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Philomath: Nolan Jackson 8 7 9 24, Tyler Pfarrer 3 0 0 8, Marshall Brattain 4 0 0 8, Calvin Snuggerud 2 2 4 6, Michael Lundy 2 2 2 6, Toby Stueve 3 0 0 6, Matt Hamilton 3 0 2 6, Kenan Conner 1 2 3 4. Totals 26 13 20 68.

Cascade: Joseph Icovino 6 0 0 16, Damian Ball 5 6 8 16, Treyden Harris 4 3 3 12, Carson Molan 2 1 4 7, Jordan Sampson 1 2 3 4, Brandon Starnes 1 0 0 2, Michael Rosenau 1 0 2 2, Ryan LeDay 0 0 0 0, Christian Stehno 0 0 0 0, Nick Duncan 0 0 0 0, Emmett Banks 0 0 0 0.

Team notes: Philomath’s JV record goes to 18 1. . Freshman Michael Lundy scored 30 points on 12 field goals, including a 3 pointer, and 5 of 5 free throws. . Lundy scored 13 points in the first quarter alone and the other 17 in the second half. . In the pivotal fourth, Lundy had six and sophomore Devan Hunsaker five, including a key 3 pointer. Junior Dakota Kantor and sophomore Ben Reams also had points in the fourth. . Philomath trailed 31 24 at halftime and 46 42 heading into the final period. . The JV Warriors end the season Tuesday at home against Yamhill Carlton.
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Sophomore Halle Hewitt and senior Carrie Lillis scored goals in the first half just two minutes apart. In the fifth minute, Hewitt found the net with an assist going to freshman Atira Fairbanks. Then in the seventh minute, Lillis scored on a set up from senior Anita Acevedo.

In the second half, Philomath dominated the first 10 minutes. Hewitt scored her second goal with an assist to Lillis in the 44th minute. A minute later, Lillis scored unassisted and in the 50th minute, Acevedo found the net with another assist to Lillis.

PHS goals 1, Halle Hewitt (Atira Fairbanks), 5th minute; 2, Carrie Lillis (Anita Acevedo), 7th minute; 3, Halle Hewitt (Carrie Lillis), 44th minute; 4, Carrie Lillis, 45th minute; 5, Anita Acevedo (Carrie Lillis), 50th minute.

Philomath 6, North Bend 1

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First half 1, Philomath, Halle Hewitt (Malia Taufa’asau), 9th minute; 2, Philomath, Halle Hewitt (Carrie Lillis), 10th minute; 3, Philomath,
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Alivia Pittman, 13th minute; 4, North Bend, Haley Snelgrove, 29th minute; 5, Philomath, Carrie Lillis (Mallory Stokes), 38th minute.

Second half 6, Philomath, Carrie Lillis (Halle Hewitt, PK), 46th minute; 7, Anita Acevedo (Halle Hewitt), 61st minute.

Gladstone 3, Philomath 1

Philomath 5, Stayton 0

PHS goals 1, Phaedra Hinds Cook (Dani Beck); 2, Megan McGaughy (Sierra Johnson); 3, Braedyn McNeely (Megan McGaughy); 4, Kaili Saathoff (Braedyn McNeely); 5, Braedyn McNeely (Sierra Johnson).

Team notes: Philomath’s JV improves to 4 1 with the win. . Last week, the Warriors lost to Gladstone and beat Sweet Home. Details from those games were not available. . Tuesday against Stayton, freshman Braedyn McNeely scored two goals and had one assist. . Freshman Megan McGaughy finished with one goal and one assist. . Freshman Sierra Johnson had two assists. . The JV team is scheduled to play Thursday at home against Newport.
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