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Default Air Force Logo Eglin ALS graduates 60 senior airmen
The Airman Leadership School here graduated 60 senior airmen in a ceremony at the Eglin Officers' Club Mar. 28. Airman Leadership School is an approximately six week-long Air Force program designed to develop airmen into effective front-line supervisors. It is the first professional military education that enlisted Air Force members encounter. The
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Special operations forces practice fast roping from an MH-53 Pave Low of the 20th Special Operations Squadron at Hurlburt Field Fla. Air Force Special Operations Command dominated the 2006 Air Force safety award program, garnering the service's top awards for best major command safety record, most effective MAJCOM-level flight safety program, and best ground safety program. (U.S. Air Force photo/Chief Master Sgt. Gary Emery) 
AFSOC scores safety trifecta
Safety officials at Air Force Special Operations Command have a pleasant problem: finding room for more trophies in the display case. AFSOC dominated the 2006 Air Force safety award program, garnering the service's top awards for best major command safety record, most effective MAJCOM-level flight safety program, and best ground safety program. In
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Neville Thompson, Air Force Research Laboratory senior electronics engineer, is a recipient of the 2007 Professional Achievement in government Award. Mr. Thompson, assigned to the AFRL Munitions Directorate, received the honor for his outstanding accomplishments during the 21st anniversary of the Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference, held Feb. 15 - 17, in Washington D.C. Black engineers honored during annual gala
Neville Thompson, a senior electronics engineer at the Air Force Research Laboratory, is one of the recipients of the 2007 Professional Achievement in Government Award. Mr. Thompson, assigned to the AFRL Munitions Directorate, received the honor for his outstanding accomplishments during the 21st anniversary of the Black Engineer of the Year Awards
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Private vehicle registration discontinued
After much anticipation and speculation, Eglin and Hurlburt Field security forces will no longer issue Department of Defense Form 2220s, more commonly known as vehicle registration decals; nor will possession of decals be required for entry on either base. Although Eglin and Hurlburt are two of only a handful of Air Force bases to implement this
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Eglin accepts challenge to battle obesity
With obesity becoming an epidemic across America, Air Force Materiel Command has issued a Team Lean Challenge to all members of the command -- to work together, get fit and make a lifestyle change. The TLC is a six-month health and fitness initiative intended to help people work together to lose weight, get fit and live a better lifestyle. "Across
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2007
DESTIN, Fla. -- First Lt. Dan Montes, Air Force Research Laboratory, prepares to touch down on the Emerald Coast landing zone of Noriega Point at Destin Harbor after leaping from the bomb bay of a B-17 Flying Fortress named "Nine-O-Nine." The fully-restored vintage aircraft is named by the Collings Foundation in honor of a 91st Bomb Group, 323rd Squadron plane of the same name which completed 140 missions without an abort or loss of a crewman. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Dan Montes) Lieutenant experiences 'living history' with B-17 skydive
A U.S. Army Air Corps B-17 Flying Fortress that dropped seeds of war over Germany during World War II, dropped a different payload March 3 over the beaches of the Emerald Coast - to include an Air Force lieutenant who wanted to relive history. During World War II, B-17 Flying Fortresses dropped more than 500,000 tons of bombs out their bomb bays
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2007
Default Air Force Logo USAF Band and Singing Sergeants to appear
The United States Air Force Band and Singing Sergeants from Washington, D.C., will present a concert on April 22 at 3 p.m. at the Okaloosa Walton College Arts Center. There is no charge for the concert; however, tickets are required and are available starting April 2 at the OWC Arts Center box office Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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2007
Falcon guard Matt McCraw, 5, fans and teammates celebrate Air Force's 52-51 win over DePaul March 21 at Clune Arena. The victory earned the bluesuiters a berth in the NIT semifinals in New York City's Madison Square Garden March 27 against Clemson. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Meyer) Falcons reach NIT final four in NYC
Air Force handily won its first two games in the National Invitation Tournament, but had to survive a nail biter to advance to the semifinals. Jacob Burtschi's lay up with 7.7 seconds left was the game winner as the Falcons held on for a dramatic 52-51 win over DePaul March 21, in front of an ear-splitting, near capacity crowd of 5,672 at Clune
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2007
Capt. Michael Frasco, a flight commander in the wing's 33d Maintenance Operations Squadron, joins representatives from each military service in the "Why We Serve" Speakers Outreach Program, traveling around the country for three months telling his personal story of serving.          Airman earns spot in new nationwide speaking tour
An Airman from the 33rd Fighter Wing is one of two Air Force members selected for a new Department of Defense outreach program. Capt. Michael Frasco, a flight commander in the wing's 33rd Maintenance Operations Squadron, joins representatives from each military service in the "Why We Serve" Speakers Outreach Program, traveling around the country
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2007
Staff Sgt. Anthony Brown, 58th Fighter Squadron Life Support Airman, carefully removes Velcro from a new G-suit to get the suit ready for use. Sergeant Brown makes up part of the 33d Fighter Wing Life Support Section that was awarded best small unit in Air Combat Command for 2006. 

Life support wins ACC Small Program of the Year award
The 33rd Fighter Wing Life Support Section was selected from eight other units as the 2006 winner of the Air Combat Command Small Program of the Year Award. This section, composed of 58th and 60th Fighter Squadron Life Support Airmen, overcame manning challenges to win the award as there were times throughout the year the section was 65-percent
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