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Default Air Force Logo Verifying records, personal information may effect promotions
There are many things Airmen can do to affect their chances for promotion, but perhaps the most important is ensuring their personal information is correct. Missing or inaccurate enlisted or officer performance reports, decorations, awards and citations can affect promotion scores for senior airmen through general officers. While some decorations
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Default Air Force Logo Updating personnel records readiness vital to mission
Nobody can predict the twists and turns that life can take, but with a little bit of preparation Airmen can make the best of any situation. The Air Force Personnel Center has designated March as Personnel Records Readiness Month. Military members should use this opportunity to review such items as their virtual record of emergency data, or vRed,
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Default Air Force Logo Airman Leadership School graduates
The 354th Fighter Wing would like to send a congratulations to the past three Airman Leadership School graduates:Airman Leadership School graduates and award winners from ALS Class 07-2:Senior Airman Jeremy C. Jones John L. Levitow Award Senior Airman Mark C. Faulkner Academic Achievement Award Senior Airman Lacey N. Quinton Leadership Award Senior
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Default Air Force Logo Patient Safety Awareness Week
During the week of March 4 to 10, communities across the country are hosting a variety of events and sponsoring initiatives as part of Patient Safety Awareness Week, sponsored by the National Patient Safety Foundation. Each year, NPSF sponsors Patient Safety Awareness Week to encourage hospitals to actively engage their communities in patient
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Default Air Force Logo New housing construction to begin this summer
The Air Force will begin constructing new multi-family housing units on Eielson in the summer of 2007. This new housing development will be located along either side of North Street, between Koyuk Avenue and French Creek Drive. This development will include 16 four-plexes and three duplexes, for a combined total of 70 new homes. The development
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Default Air Force Logo Poison Prevention Week educates Icemen
For the past 45 years, National Poison Prevention Week has worked to educate and inform consumers of the dangers of unintentional poisonings. These efforts have contributed to a significant decline in injuries and deaths. "Back in the 1960s, the number of deaths each year from unintentional poisoning was 15 times greater than it is today," said
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2007
Default Air Force Logo The eyes have it
The Eielson Optometry Clinic is now offering its newest line of authorized eyeglass frame styles, all of which are available to active-duty personnel. Airmen are allowed to order one frame of their choice annually in addition to the standard-issue brown plastic military glasses. This greater choice in eyeglass frames is intended to improve use of
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Airmen support local community, children
Airmen came together for the 19th Annual Bowl for Kids' Sake at the bowling center Feb. 17 with hopes of making a difference in the lives of children throughout the Fairbanks community. More than 100 bowlers and 23 volunteers took part in the day-long bowl-a-thon hosted by Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Greater Fairbanks area. "I was really
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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska - Staff Sgt. Kenneth Johnson, 354th Communications Squadron, verbally helps an Airman connect to their E-mail account at the help desk Feb. 16. Sergeant Johnson uses the active directory program to give and remove administrative permissions for all user accounts. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Christopher Griffin.) A Helping Hand

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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Senior Airmen Dominic Garcia and Robert Rosa, both of the 354th Communications Squadron, play a game of Halo 2 after work March 16 at the North Star Cafe in building 2333. Airman Garcia is the Eielson point of contact for Newtroop, an online gaming circuit for servicemembers who play online Xbox, PlayStation and computer games. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nora Anton) Online gaming circuit designed for military members
Airmen who enjoy competing in online games now have the opportunity to join a new, free league just for servicemembers. Newtroop, a gaming circuit, was created by Senior Airman Ryan Williams, 381st Intelligence Squadron, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, and is specifically for military members from all branches of service to compete in and socialize.
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