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Default Air Force Logo Leadership symposium provides insight to senior leaders, spouses
The Air Force of today is more efficient, imposing and effective than at any other time in the nation's history. A significant contributor to that fact is the support of dedicated family members who sacrifice every day so the mission can continue smoothly. But Air Force spouses often have the limited purview of only their military member's working
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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska -- 354 Civil Engineer Squadron's Airman First Class Catlin Goodrich breaks away frozen ice in front of his Dormitory on Jan 30. A1C Goodrich is on Bay Orderly this week which consists of keeping the inside and outside of the dormitory in clean and working order. During the winter a lot of the time is spent shoveling snow to make safer paths to walk on. 
(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Christopher Griffin) Ice Breaker

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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA-- Senior Airman (SrA) Johanna Gonzales uses an ATM located in the Gold Rush Inn. The ATM was moved from the BX hallway into the inn so that Airman and their families would have 24-Hour access to the ATM. Senior Airman Gonzales is assigned to the 354th Services Squadron, 354th Mission Support Group, 354th Fighter Wing.
(US Air Force photo by Senior Airman Anthony Nelson Jr) Money Machine

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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska -- Airman Rodney Ney, 354th Logistic Readiness Squadron unscrews a bolt on a 25K Loader at Vehicle Operations Building here on Jan. 30. Airman Ney must de-assemble the whole machine so it can be shipped off to be rebuilt. 
(US Air Force Photo by Airman Jonathan Snyder) Vehicle Maintenance

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Default Air Force Logo Eielson to host blood drive
Not everyone has the opportunity to save a life, let alone three. Donating an hour of your time and a pint of blood could do just that. The state of Alaska is currently in Code Red Critical, which means they have less than one day's supply of blood needed for numerous life saving procedures. The Blood Bank of Alaska is urging all eligible blood
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Default Air Force Logo General takes a tour, talks to Airmen
The Iceman Team showcased its prowess during a visit from Pacific Air Force's director of Air, Space and Information Operations, Plans and Requirements Jan. 24. Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Remington toured Eielson and the 3rd Air Support Operations Squadron and spoke to Icemen about their mission and future, to include upcoming plans for Red Flag-Alaska. The
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Mandi Crandell and her sons, Trayton and Kade, use the video teleconferencing system in the Airman and Family Readiness Center at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, Jan. 13 to communicate with husband and father Airman 1st Class Jonathan Crandell, 354th Civil Engineer Squadron, who is deployed to Iraq. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Daniel Garncarz) Video teleconferencing connects military families
Days away from home, eons away from loved ones--at least that's how it feels to some when a military member is deployed. But Eielson capabilities can make the world a lot smaller for military families. On Jan. 13, 10 354th Civil Engineer Squadron Airmen deployed to Iraq saw and spoke to their spouses and children via video teleconferencing. "This
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After more than 36 hours on a chartered flight, Staff Sgt. Thomas Badgero is greeted by wife, Rose, and son, Hunter, Jan. 23 at the Joint Mobility Complex at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. Sergeant Badgero is assigned to the 354th Logistics Readiness Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Aaron Bonifazi) Icemen return from deployment
Blurry eyes brightened as each Iceman walked trough the doors of the joint mobility complex here at 1 a.m. Tuesday morning to the welcoming applause of awaiting friends, family and coworkers. Tired from the long 36-hour flight trek home to Alaska, the midnight arrival ended the Icemen's months-long Air Expeditionary Force rotation in support of
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Default Air Force Logo Commando Sling provides stronger alliance
Exercise Commando Sling is underway for Airmen at Paya Lebar Air Base, Singapore. The goal of Commando Sling is a stronger alliance and a safer Pacific Region. "Commando Sling is primarily an air-to-air combat exercise where we have the opportunity to fly with the pilots from the Royal Singapore Air Force, against and with their F-5s and their
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Default Air Force Logo Alaska unit deals with challenges of tropical weather
The mission of U.S. jet fighter maintainers is direct: fix what is wrong in a timely fashion to get the jets back on the flightline and ready for take-off. That is the goal of 18th Aircraft Maintenance Unit Airmen from Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, as they take part in exercise Commando Sling at Paya Lebar Air Base, Singapore. But being stationed
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