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  • Ready at a moment’s notice

    Airmen from Det. 1, 210th Rescue Squadron took to the skies in a Sikorsky HH-60G Pavehawk helicopter on a two-hour training mission the afternoon of Dec. 7. The aerial gunner and flight engineer's mission goal was to qualify on the M240, a 7.62 mm machine gun, by successfully shooting at fake convoys set up in the Pacific Alaska Range Complex. The
  • Spouses can submit themed groups to Dining In committee

    The Spouses Dining In committee is looking for spouses interested in participating in the 2007 Spouses Dining In. "Any spouse affiliated with the base may attend the dining in," said Jenny Wieland, SDI committee member. "Groups can be formally registered groups like the Officers' Spouses' Club, Enlisted Spouses' Club, or Medical Group spouses, or
  • Higher education leads to success

    Today's air expeditionary Airman is deploying longer and more often than ever before in a world of shrinking budgets, bonuses and manpower. However, one benefit that hasn't gone away in these changing times is the educational opportunities offered by the Air Force. Those opportunities are becoming more important for anyone considering the
  • Don’t get sidelined with a broken tooth

    It has been estimated that nearly five million teeth are "knocked out" each year resulting in roughly $500 million annually to replace or repair them. Sports-related injuries account for an estimated 15 to 40 percent of dental trauma, and attribute three times as many injuries as traffic accidents or violence. This is an enormous number, as many
  • Airman convicted, discharged

    Senior Airman Brandon Harris, 354th Maintenance Squadron, was convicted of shoplifting, government travel card abuse and identity theft during a court-martial Oct. 24. Airman Harris was represented by Capt. Michael Tewalt, Area Defense Counsel, and chose to be sentenced by a military judge alone. During the special court-martial, Airman Harris pled