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Default Air Force Logo Eye in the sky
An E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft flies over the Turkish mountains during a sortie from Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, recently. The aircraft is deployed in support of Operation Northern Watch. ONW has been enforcing the no-fly zone over northern Iraq since 1997. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Anna Hayman)
0 10/02
2002
Default Air Force Logo Loss turns fireman into renter's insurance advocate
An off-duty firefighter driving on base here waved casually as a Robins fire truck passed by. Within minutes, he learned that the truck was headed for his house.Airman 1st Class Michael P. Lecik would soon learn that he and his wife, Tiffany, had lost all but their kitchen table in a fire that happened before he got around to purchasing renter's
0 10/01
2002
Default Air Force Logo ROTC offers airmen education, commissioning opportunities
Enlisted people interested in becoming commissioned officers may want to consider Air Force ROTC.Airmen have four Air Force ROTC commissioning programs from which to choose. If selected, they will enroll and will receive a commission when they complete the program.The programs are the Airman Education and Commissioning Program, the Airman
0 10/01
2002
Default Air Force Logo New TV ads available online
The latest Air Force television commercials are now available online.The four-spot series, which continues the "Cross Into the Blue" theme, depicts teen-agers with particular skills or interests applying them in an Air Force specialty. The commercials tell viewers, "We've been waiting for you."In one spot, a young girl fixes her family's satellite
0 10/01
2002
Default Air Force Logo 'Oh say can you see...'
Senior Airman Marcie Mascaro and Airman 1st Class LaTanza Meabon, both touring performers with Tops In Blue, invite an airman to help sing the "Star Spangled Banner" during the opening of their performance at a forward-deployed location supporting Operation Enduring Freedom recently. Tops In Blue, an active-duty Air Force special unit, is made up
0 10/01
2002
Default Air Force Logo Sun strike
An F-15E Strike Eagle from the 494th Fighter Squadron at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, sits on the ramp here prior to a sortie with South Africa's "Flying Cheetahs." (Master Sgt. Cesar Rodriguez)
0 9/30
2002
Default Air Force Logo Kunsan civilian re-connects with Korean War savior
A civilian employee here recently re-established ties with the man who saved his life and the Air Force unit that adopted him during the Korean War.Yong Ku "Mike" Yi, an employee at the base skills center, received an honorary induction into his savior's unit, the 6147th Tactical Control Group's Mosquito Association recently.The events that led up
0 9/30
2002
Default Air Force Logo Hollywood animation enhancing survival training
Instructors at the U.S. Air Force Survival School here are incorporating Hollywood-style animation techniques into programs used to train students in such skills as navigation and surviving underwater aircraft accidents.Six years in development, this newest training technology will allow students to "virtually experience" a wide array of terrains
0 9/30
2002
Default Air Force Logo Latest issue of Citizen Airman magazine now available
A little more than a year into the nation's war on terrorism, Air Force leaders are in the midst of a transition from a "crisis-response" mode, with heavy reliance on mobilized Guard and Reserve members, to a new steady state, which relies mainly on volunteer reservists and guardsmen to help meet mission requirements.As part of that transition,
0 9/30
2002
Default Air Force Logo Falcons stun Utah Utes 30-26, advance to 4-0
A 20-yard play-action pass from quarterback Chance Harridge to halfback Don Clark in the corner of the end zone with 17 seconds left preserved Air Force's perfect season.Clark's game-winning score was his second touchdown reception of the game, and marks the emergence of a passing game into the Falcons' arsenal.The mainstay of the Falcon's offense
0 9/30
2002
Default Air Force Logo Reserve recouping funds from ineligible GI Bill recipients
Beginning Oct. 1, the Air Force Reserve will recoup money from reservists who receive GI Bill benefits but fail to complete their military or education obligations.The Montgomery GI Bill-Selected Reserve enables reserve component members who enlist, re-enlist or extend in the Selected Reserve for a six-year contract to be eligible for education
0 9/27
2002
Default Air Force Logo Veterans giving free phone cards to airmen
Servicemembers who have served overseas in the past are once again giving assistance to those currently serving overseas.The Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation, through the Air Force Aid Society, is providing phone cards and other items to overseas Air Force members and to their families at home.This is the fourth consecutive year the VFW
0 9/27
2002
Default Air Force Logo Tuition assistance increases for undergraduate program
For the second year in a row, Air Force Reserve Command is boosting the amount of help offered through its Tuition Assistance Program for undergraduate work.Starting Oct. 1, the Reserve will increase a student's maximum assistance per semester from $187.50 to $250 for undergraduate work, reimbursing reservists for 100 percent of the tuition cost up
0 9/27
2002
Default Air Force Logo PJ medical training returns to Kirtland
Medical instruction for Air Force pararescuemen, or PJs, returns to Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., on Oct. 2 when 19 students start their training.Air Force PJs will no longer receive medical training at Fort Bragg, N.C. Instead, Detachment 1 of the 342nd Training Squadron, the Air Force pararescue school, will handle the training as it did more
0 9/27
2002
Default Air Force Logo New system makes tracking supplies easier
In Afghanistan and other austere locations, U.S. troops are now able to better track their orders of vital supplies. That is because of recent efforts by U.S. Transportation Command officials to improve the "in-transit visibility" of people and cargo moving through the Defense Transportation System."Tracking makes planning easier," said Lori
0 9/27
2002
Default Air Force Logo Joint STARS testing takes off from Edwards
The Air Force's Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System aircraft, known as Joint STARS, is becoming a familiar sight on the runway here.The aircraft and its test team from Melbourne, Fla., are participating in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Affordable Moving Surface Target Engagement, or AMSTE program, developed by Northrop
0 9/27
2002
Default Air Force Logo Spirit in the sky
The "Spirit of Kitty Hawk," a B-2 Spirit from Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., flies over the base here. Three B-2s will be here for a week while aircrews participate in war games in Alaska. (Photo by Senior Airman Christina M. Rumsey)
0 9/26
2002
Default Air Force Logo Putting a chokehold on mold
Staff Sgt. Richard P. Zolnowski III, a heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration technician, checks the inside of an air conditioning duct for mold and excessive wear. The technician and his co-workers are replacing the worn plenums in airmen's sleeping quarters to sustain good air quality. Plenums are magnets for condensation and
0 9/26
2002
Default Air Force Logo Cadets appearing on 'Late Show'
Air Force Academy cadets take their cue from a 'Late Show with David Letterman' crew Sept. 25 when they filmed a top 10 list segment for the program. The segment listing the "Top 10 Reasons Why I Joined the Air Force" airs Sept. 26 on CBS. (Photo by Michelle Mondragon)
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Maintenance group focusing on core competencies
Wings around the Air Force are creating maintenance groups as part of a move toward the new combat wing organization structure.The changes are in accordance with a recent directive by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. John P. Jumper that maintenance groups be stood up and have attained initial operational capability by Oct. 1.The new maintenance groups
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2002
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