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Default Air Force Logo Supply flight keeps parts moving at OEF base
The 379th Air Expeditionary Wing is one of the largest units in the Persian Gulf region to support Operation Enduring Freedom. Its primary aircraft are KC-10 Extenders and KC-135 Stratotankers. The wing has delivered almost 300 million pounds of fuel to U.S. and coalition aircraft in the war on terrorism.The 379th Expeditionary Supply Flight is
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Air Force extends per diem entitlement for reservists
Reservists in Air Force Reserve Command called to active duty in support of operations Noble Eagle and Enduring Freedom may now receive per diem for up to 730 days at one location.Michael L. Dominguez, assistant secretary of the Air Force for manpower and reserve affairs, signed a waiver Aug. 21 extending his original entitlement waiver for the
0 8/26
2002
Default Air Force Logo Air Force seeks partnerships
Get Air Force people off the lawn mowers and onto the flightline.That is the essential goal behind the Air Force's public-private partnership initiatives, according to Fred Kuhn, deputy assistant secretary of the Air Force for installations."We've got too much money (being spent) and too many people who wear the blue suit doing stuff that is not
0 8/23
2002
Default Air Force Logo Mr. Sandman
Staff Sgt. Jon Slingerland, from the 379th Expeditionary Comptroller Squadron at a forward deployed location, sands wood on a hole his unit is building for the base's new miniature golf course. Once complete, the course will be added to a growing list of activities offered by the 379th Expeditionary Services Squadron. Slingerland is deployed from
0 8/23
2002
Default Air Force Logo Launch marks new era of space vehicles
A new era of space launch vehicles began when the first Lockheed-Martin Atlas V lifted off the pad at Cape Canaveral Aug. 21.This launch begins the operational start of the Air Force's Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle program, the latest in technology for launching critical payloads into space.EELV is a rocket system that can carry any type of
0 8/23
2002
Default Air Force Logo Let there be light!
Senior Airman Jeremy Tripp, an electrical power production journeyman from the 438th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Flight, works on an air compressor Aug. 17 that boosts a telescopic floodlight unit into position to illuminate a new laundry facility at a forward-deployed location. (Photo by Staff Sgt. William Greer)
0 8/22
2002
Default Air Force Logo Aircraft storage center receives first B-1
The first of two dozen B-1 Lancers to be stored as part of the Air Force's B-1 fleet reduction plan arrived at the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center here Aug. 20.The arrival starts a reduction process that will take the Air Force's B-1 fleet to 60 from its current 92 count. Twenty four will be stored at AMARC and another eight will be
0 8/22
2002
Default Air Force Logo New facility for airborne laser ground testing
With the airborne laser flight test program under way, members of the ABL Integrated Test Force here are putting the finishing touches on a new facility that will be key to upcoming ground tests.The $18.5 million test support structure, known as the Ground Pressure Recovery Assembly, will allow the test team to operate the weapons-class chemical
0 8/22
2002
Default Air Force Logo New radar keeps skies safe
A new radar is improving safety for aircraft landing at a forward-operating location supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.The AN/MPN-25 Rapid Deployment Radar System was deployed in January."We brought it here to prove the system and provide a higher level of safety for the aircraft around the airfield," said Capt. Russ Roslewski, 462nd Air
0 8/21
2002
Default Air Force Logo Clear communication
Tech Sgt. Jimmy Kuwahara, 40th Expeditionary Communication Squadron radio maintenance journeyman, installs a UHF antenna that will be used for ground to air communication at a forward-deployed location supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Kuwahara is a member of the Hawaii Air National Guard. (Photo by Senior Airman Mike Dickson)
0 8/21
2002
Default Air Force Logo 'Go ahead, make my day'
Staff Sgt. Rich Kelley loads rounds of 7.62 mm bullets into a GAU-2B minigun Aug. 15. Kelley, from the 66th Rescue Squadron at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., is currently serving at a forward-deployed location supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Reynaldo Ramon)
0 8/20
2002
Default Air Force Logo Spouse's program takes off
McConnell graduated its first spouses recently from a new program designed to increase spouses' and caregivers' awareness of the Air Force mission, customs, traditions, protocol, support resources and other services available to them."I thought (Heartlink) was very informative, especially for a person who has not been married to an active-duty
0 8/20
2002
Default Air Force Logo Peterson airman stars in AF commercial
The moment Airman 1st Class Jessica Sanchez stepped onto the Hollywood sound stage recently, she was "crossing into the blue" at the same time.The missile warning intelligence analyst with the 21st Operations Support Squadron at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., won the role of a young Hispanic woman who has aspirations for space in the Air Force's
0 8/20
2002
Default Air Force Logo Mom, son fight war on terrorism together
The Schnichels family has done a great job of sticking together.Not only are three of them bearing the same last name stationed together at Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., but two are fighting the war on terrorism at the same forward-deployed location in the Arabian Gulf region.Master Sgt. Carol Schnichels, a food service supervisor for the 379th
0 8/20
2002
Default Air Force Logo Team recovers Korean War remains
Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars pay their final respects during a repatriation ceremony here Aug. 20. The remains are believed to be those of Americans missing in action from the Korean War. A joint team recovered the remains believed to be of soldiers from the 7th Infantry Division who fought Chinese soldiers near the Chosin River in
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Thrift Savings Plan offering improvements
The Thrift Savings Plan's new computerized record-keeping system, now set to kick off in November, will provide more control of accounts for investors and faster processing of transactions, said officials at the Air Force Personnel Center here.During the transition period Aug. 19 to Sept. 16, access to accounts will be limited, officials said.Some
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2002
Default Air Force Logo Operation Pillowcase softens sting of family separation
An award-winning program designed to make children feel less anxious is softening the sting while a parent is away from home on military duty.Operation Pillowcase, developed by the 439th Airlift Wing family support center staff here, provides children of activated reservists with a pillowcase printed with a picture of their deployed parent. The
0 8/19
2002
Default Air Force Logo Airman donates hair to charity
Senior Airman Terry Ide, from the Electronic Systems Center public affairs office here, has two choices when it comes to wearing her hair in uniform: either cut it or wear it up. For the past four years, Ide has worn her hair, more than a foot long, in a tight bun.This changed recently when she had 14-inches of hair cut off at the base beauty shop
0 8/19
2002
Default Air Force Logo Wing practicing sound resource management
The 379th Air Expeditionary Wing has established new resource management forums that comptroller officials at this forward-deployed location say will be a benchmark for large contingency bases.The wing recently held its first Financial Working Group and Financial Management Board to ensure commanders at every level work together to spend taxpayer
0 8/19
2002
Default Air Force Logo ROTC cadets shadow pilots
Cadet Jeffery Hill, from the University of Alaska-Anchorage's ROTC Detachment 1, receives an incentive flight in an F-15 Eagle. ROTC cadets are shadowing 19th Fighter Squadron pilots and other support people here as part of a working agreement between the squadron and university to show future officers how the Air Force operates. In exchange, the
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2002
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