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Default Air Force Logo Pals for life
Senior Airmen Lisa Leonard (left) and Desere Daniel, from the 379th Expeditionary Services Squadron, serve lunch at a forward-deployed location. The two Ohio Air National Guardsmen became best friends in the second grade and have since joined the Girl Scouts together, played on the same sports teams, and graduated from the same high school in
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Thirsty Tomcat
A KC-10 Extender, assigned to the 44th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron based at a forward-deployed location in the Arabian Gulf region, refuels a Navy F-14 Tomcat over Afghanistan. The 44th EARS has flown more than 2,200 missions, delivering more than 225 million pounds of fuel in the war on terrorism. (Photo by Navy Capt. Dana Potts)
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Roche reviews first year of war on terrorism
"Looking back at what we've achieved over the past 11 months, we can all be proud to call ourselves airmen."That was the bottom line of Secretary of the Air Force Dr. James G. Roche's speech at the Tuskegee Airmen's 31st Annual National Convention recently in Atlanta."Often, our legacy is driven by events beyond our control, by circumstances we
0 9/03
2002
Default Air Force Logo Guardsman avoids traffic by rowing to work
Living and working in the nation's capital for most people means having to battle some of the worst road congestion anywhere in the United States.However, one ingenious Air National Guard member, who lives on Bolling Air Force Base in southeast Washington, D.C., and works in Arlington, Va., uses the waters of the Potomac River to his
0 8/30
2002
Default Air Force Logo Reservists must report extension to keep benefits
Mobilized reservists who are extended into a second year must report the extension to their servicing military personnel unit to ensure they receive continuous health care and other benefits.If deployed overseas, reservists can go to their personnel support for contingency operations team to update information in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility
0 8/30
2002
Default Air Force Logo Heavy metal
A four-man crew, from the Air Force Reserve Command's 622nd Combat Logistics Support Squadron, replaces a piece of sheet metal on the tail of C-141 Starlifter during depot-level repair at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center here. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Sean P. Houlihan)
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Intern program develops future AF scientists, engineers
While their friends were flipping burgers at fast food joints or hanging out at the mall this summer, a group of young scientists were experimenting with their futures in the Air Force Research Laboratory here.Working as research assistants, 27 "Wright Scholars" joined a team of scientist and engineer mentors in the lab's propulsion, air vehicles
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Pay information available at your fingertips
Anything you ever wanted to know about your military pay but didn't know who to ask is now available with a couple of mouse clicks. The Office of the Secretary of Defense has a military compensation Web site.The site explains the differences between pay and allowances and describes the intended purpose for the various allowances. For instance,
0 8/29
2002
Default Air Force Logo Radiation check
Master Sgt. Sean Meenagh (left) takes a radio frequency radiation measurement while Lt. Col. Mike Elliott records the data. Both are assigned to the 379th Expeditionary Medical Group's bioenvironmental engineering section and periodically check radiation levels near radio frequency emitters for dangerous levels at this forward-deployed location.
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Exercising their right
(Left to right) Airmen 1st Class Matt Martinez and Alvin Gutierrez, Airmen Stephen Tarouilly and Ruben Martinez, and Airman 1st Class Drew Mueller, all members of the 568th Security Forces Squadron here, register to vote for the first time. Federal Voting Assistance Program officials are sponsoring Armed Forces Voters' Week from Sept. 1 to 7.
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Transitional health care hinges on updating records
Demobilizing reservists who wish to receive transitional health-care benefits need to update their records and obtain transitional medical care cards for their family members when they outprocess. Reservists called to active duty for more than 30 days to support a contingency operation are eligible for transitional health-care benefits, which are
0 8/29
2002
Default Air Force Logo Air Force officials to cancel 100,000 travel cards
More than 100,000 of the Air Force's government travel cards will be canceled in early October for lack of use, according to the service's travel card program manager.The move, said Michael Weber, is part of a servicewide effort to "clean up the books" and will affect those people who have not used their card for a year or more. He added that
0 8/28
2002
Default Air Force Logo First test of 'Net Decoy' system shows promise
The airmen of the 100th Communications Squadron here hosted the first-ever demonstration of the pioneering "Net Decoy" system, combining two defensive information systems that detect, track and potentially identify cyberspace intruders.During the latter part of August the Air Force Information Warfare Battlelab, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, has
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2002
Default Air Force Logo E-tools tested for maintenance use
Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., hosted a rodeo recently, but instead of bulls, broncos and clowns, participants corralled laptop and handheld computers, personal digital devices and tablet personal computers.Arranged by the Standard Systems Group here, the E-Tools Rodeo was designed to test the usability of various hand-held electronic devices under
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Student pilots learn basics of aerospace physiology
While most people think of parasailing as a vacation sport, it is just another part of training for specialized undergraduate pilot training students here.Experts from the 14th Medical Operations Squadron spend eight and a half days with students during their first phase of training. The instructors conduct classes that teach the students about
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Refuelers at rest
The sun sets behind KC-10 Extenders assigned to the 44th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron at a forward-deployed location supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. The 44th EARS has flown more than 2,000 sorties in support of the war on terrorism and delivered more than 225 million pounds of fuel to U.S. and coalition aircraft over Afghanistan.
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Hill experts renovate F-16s for Thailand's air force
The first five F-16 Fighting Falcons of 16 being renovated by aircraft experts here left for Thailand recently. The remainder of the modified fighters are scheduled to join the Royal Thai air force by January.The F-16s, which will be used as air defense fighters, were brought here from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., in pieces on flatbed
0 8/27
2002
Default Air Force Logo Dentist keeps airmen in fight against terrorism
Capt. Zindell Richardson is "all smiles" because he has the corner on the dental market at this forward-deployed location.As the only military dentist in this country, the Campbellsville, Ky., native is responsible for providing dental care to thousands of U.S. and coalition warfighters."The concept of field dentistry is completely different from
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Keep out!
Staff Sgt. James L. Walters, from the 405th Air Expeditionary Wing's security forces squadron, installs concertina wire on top of a barrier at a forward-deployed location supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Walters is an Air National Guard member deployed from the 129th Security Forces Squadron at Moffett Field, Calif. (Photo by Staff Sgt.
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Research lab applies robotic technology to mission
On June 25, 1996, the military community was devastated when several American military members were killed and many more injured, including some local civilians, when the Khobar Towers in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, were bombed.Following this tragic event, Air Force officials identified a need to safely remove or disable terrorist bombs, called
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2002
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