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Default Air Force Logo Family is essential to Air Force success
Family has always played an important part in the success of our Air Force mission. When the family is happy and healthy, the mission is successfully accomplished -- often with more efficiency and better quality work. When something negatively affects a family member, there is usually a corresponding negative impact to the mission. Promoting the
0 11/04
2009
Default Air Force Logo Halloween can be scary but safe
Are you ready for your share of trick-or-treaters? Halloween is one of those occasions when adults, kids, and even some pets pretend to be something else for a few hours. From its Celtic beginnings, this holiday has evolved into a lighthearted celebration filled with amusement, creative costumes and jaw dropping decorations. However, All Hallows
0 10/26
2009
Default Air Force Logo Teamwork: Single constant to success as Wingmen
As I sit down to write this article, I take stock in my life and realize how blessed I've been throughout the years. I have a beautiful family, good health and have been fortunate enough to be blessed with above average athletic abilities. I've played competitive sports on multiple teams, in multiple states, on nearly all levels from grade school
0 10/20
2009
Default Air Force Logo Drug Demand Reduction Program succeeds with you
The Drug Demand Reduction Program goal is to support mission readiness and to deter and detect illegal drug use in the Air Force. The DDRP's main objective at Eielson Air Force Base is to maintain a fit, drug free, elite fighting force through randomized testing allowing us to do what we do best. Drug use impacts mission readiness, security, safety
0 10/13
2009
Default Air Force Logo Stay vigilant, keep neighborhood safe
As a result of the 9-11 terrorist attack, the Air Force implemented an antiterrorism program called "Eagle Eyes," which is managed by the Air Force Office of Special Investigation. Much like a neighborhood watch program, the Eagle Eyes program is an aggressive Air Force-wide watch program that educates people on observable activities and what to do
0 10/06
2009
Default Air Force Logo Awareness is key to successful Operations Security
As professional Airmen we all know that in modern warfare, overwhelming airpower is vitally important to successful military engagements. However, what we may not realize is that Operations Security awareness is just as crucial to ensuring the successful execution of all of our warfighting missions. At Eielson, OPSEC awareness is built from the
0 10/01
2009
Default Air Force Logo Fire Prevention Week: Stay fire smart, don't get burned
As we approach the anniversary of one of the largest disasters of the 19th century, the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, we must remind ourselves of the importance of safe fire practices. Fire Prevention Week shouldn't simply be a one week affair, but a lifetime routine that we practice ourselves and teach to our children. Fire and burns are the leading
0 9/29
2009
Default Air Force Logo Command and Control: How do YOU fit in?
Command and control, or C2, has been practiced by military organizations for thousands of years and is the cornerstone of effective military operations. Command and control gives all of our military activities purpose and direction. C2 can be a great force multiplier if exercised effectively, but what exactly is C2? The standard definition for
0 9/22
2009
Default Air Force Logo Eielson Combined Federal Campaign Kicks off with Wing Sports Day
The Combined Federal Campaign is possibly the largest single most successful federal fundraising campaign focused on allowing federal employees the opportunity to donate money to charitable organizations. Each CFC event typically runs for a six-week period between September and December. Pledges made by federal employees during the campaign season
0 9/15
2009
Default Air Force Logo COMPACAF Announces Kick Off of Combined Federal Campaign
Fellow Airmen, last year the men and women of Pacific Air Forces contributed, via personal donations, more than $2.3 million to the Combined Federal Campaign -- their contributions helped make a difference through a multitude of charities. As Airmen, you live a voluntary lifestyle of serving others that truly makes a difference every day to
0 9/15
2009
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