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On-base residents will experience a power outage Sept. 29 and Oct. 13 while the 796th Civil Engineer Squadron performs maintenance to the base electrical system.
The power outage will begin at 7 a.m and last until 11:30 a.m. The outage is needed to change out four power poles on primary distribution circuits.
       Scheduled power outage to affect base residents
On-base residents will experience a power outage Sept. 30 and again on Oct. 14 while the 796th Civil Engineer Squadron performs maintenance to the base electrical system. According to C. T. Stinson, distribution and substation foreman, the power outage will begin at 7a.m and last until 11:30 a.m. "The outage is needed to change out four power poles
0 9/24
2007
An F-15 Eagle conducts its final tactical mission Sept. 21 as part of exercise Bold Quest at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The nine nation exercie was held jointly at Nellis AFB and Fort Irwin, Calif. (U.S. Air Force photo/Casey Bain) Bold Quest exercise wraps up
The final mission has been accomplished. U.S. Joint Forces Command officials now have the task of assessing all the data collected during the Coalition Combat Identification Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration, known as Bold Quest. The nearly two-week realistic operational exercise took place at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., and the National
0 9/21
2007
Airman 1st Class Ricky Case, 386th Expeditionary Services Squadron water boy, delivers a pallet of water Sept. 20 to the passenger terminal. The Rock consumes more then 19 million liters of water per month. (Photo by Staff Sgt Butterfield) Bottled oases found on Rock
American poet Gene Fowler said "Never thank anybody for anything, except a drink of water in the desert - and then make it brief." When temperatures hit 110 degrees plus, servicemembers count on finding cold bottles of water in the dinning facility, Flex Recreation center and the chapel, but where does the water come from? The Rock receives more
0 9/21
2007
Default Air Force Logo Eglin welcomes 'Tots in Blue'
Congratulations to the following parents, who welcomed their new arrivals while stationed here. It's a boy! Daniel Jay, born Aug. 17, to Staff Sgt. James and Melissa Wheeler. William Calban, born Aug. 21, to Senior Airmen Michael and Elizabeth Calban. Carlos Cristian, born Aug. 22, to Staff Sgt. Carlos and Rebecca Cruz. Kyle James, born Aug. 23, to
0 9/20
2007
Default Air Force Logo General Carlson speaks of Air Force's greatest assets - Airmen
While the war and budget shortfalls are top priorities right now, the commander of Air Force Materiel Command is equally focused on another valuable asset -- today's Airmen. When it comes to the future, Gen. Bruce Carlson is most concerned about his people. During a two-day visit to Eglin AFB in September, General Carlson talked about the
0 9/19
2007
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Michael Vannoy, Eglin Recycling Program manager, hopes to see hundreds of aluminum cans flow through the Eglin Recycling Center as part of this year?s America Recycles Day aluminum can recycling contest. ? U.S. Air Force photo by Jerron Barnett Recycle cans, win some cash!
Looking for a way to fund your squadron's upcoming holiday party or event? Look no further, recycle your unit's aluminum cans and win up to $500 in the aluminum can recycling contest! The Eglin Recycling Center will start its third annual aluminum can recycling contest in celebration of America Recycles Day 2007 on Tuesday. The contest will run
0 9/19
2007
Mr. David Coker, President of the Fisher House Foundation, discusses plans for the location of Eglin's own Fishr House with Col. Dennis Yates, 96th Civil Engineer Group commander while Col. Dean Clemons, 96th Air Base Wing commander, looks on. Fisher Houses provides free or low cost lodging to veterans and military families receiving treatment at military medical centers  Fisher House President meets with base officials

0 9/19
2007
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Stephen Shortland (goatee), all-Air Force team coach, talks batting strategy to motivate his team to hit the ball in the upcoming at bat during a game against the all-Navy at the 2007 U.S. Armed Forces Men's Softball Championship tournament. The tournament features the best players from the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Navy, played the round-robin tournament Sept. 12 - 14 at Foster Stadium here. The all-Army team claim the gold medal while the Marine Corps sqeauked past the Air Force for the Silver. The all-Air Force team has won three championships in a row and four out of the last five. The all-Army team won it in 2003. (U.S Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. MIke Meares) Army carves up field, claims gold medal
The ball fell the all-Army's way in their hunt for spoiling the Air Force's bid for a fourth championship in a row by capturing the gold medal at the Armed Forces Men's Softball championship tournament here Sept. 14. The all-Army team claimed their first Armed Forces Men's Softball championship since 2003, and their sixth overall, carving a path
0 9/18
2007
Default Air Force Logo Personnel Center streamlines retirement actions
By consolidating a portion of the workload of 84 military personnel flights into one service center, personnel officials have streamlined the retirement process. Now newly-retired Air Force members and retired members seeking or needing corrections to their Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, commonly referred to as a DD Form 214,
0 9/18
2007
AF OSI Special Agents Dave Yeager, Carolyn Rocco, Elizabeth Richards and Anthony Parkinson competed as a team in the Air Force Marathon Sept. 15, in memory of seven agents killed in the line of duty. Agents honor those who served
Twenty-six point two miles; why would anyone want to run that? The men and women of AFOSI Det 104, headquartered here found a very good reason to do just that as they competed in the eleventh annual United States Air Force Marathon Sept. 15. In mid-August, four agents began talking about running in the marathon which is held in September to
0 9/18
2007
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