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Jason Caswell, an Air Force Wounded Warrior athlete, prepares to launch his throw at a shot put practice during the fourth day of the Warrior Games training camp at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., April 21. The five-day training camp for the Air Force’s athletes serves as their last practice session before the Warrior Games June 19-28. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.) Wounded warrior sport events return
The U.S. Air Force Wounded Warrior Program, in coordination with the 96th Test Wing, will host a Warrior CARE event and Warrior Games team training camp here April 4-8.The CARE event provides seriously wounded, ill and injured military members, veterans and their caregivers focused and personalized service through caregiver support training,
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An MQ-9 Reaper prepares to take off from Duke Field, Fla., March 15. The Reapers operated at both Duke Field and Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., during the air-to-ground Weapon System Evaluation Program, Combat Hammer, from March 14-17. (U.S. Air Force photo by Susan Garcia) Reaper continues legacy of RPA firsts at WSEP
(EDITOR'S NOTE:  Due to ISR and Holloman AFB policy regarding the MQ-9, the last names of maintenance, operations and intelligence personnel are removed.)The MQ-9 Reaper demonstrated a wide range of weapons capability firsts during the air-to-ground Weapon System Evaluation Program here from March 14 - 17.Students of the MQ-9 platform from the 26th
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Airmen gather at the Breeze Dining Facility following the Food Transformation Initiative graduation ceremony March 18.  Approximately 35 Airmen completed the course and will be serving when the Breeze reopens March 24.  FTI promotes healthy eating in the military.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Kevin Gaddie) Breeze Dining Facility reopens
The Breeze Dining Facility will reopen for business March 24 after closing for renovations in November 2014. Some of the major upgrades during the 16-month period included: replacement of walls and floors in the customer service and dining areas, behind the serving line and in the kitchen.Other improvements were: mass notification system upgrades,
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2016
Default Air Force Logo First new homes, community center to open at Eglin
Beginning in April, the first new homes are scheduled to open under the base's ongoing privatized housing initiative.In addition to the new homes, Eglin families will also have a 12,000 square-foot community center with an array of amenities such as a swimming pool, computer lab and fitness center opening at approximately the same time."We are
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Wings announce annual award winners
This month, the three wings of Team Eglin named their annual award winners for 2015. Congratulations to those who were chosen from the 33rd Fighter Wing, 53rd Wing and 96th Test Wing.Airman of the YearStaff Sgt. Jeremy C. McKague, 33rd FWSenior Airman Elizabeth Lanoue, 53rd WGSenior Airman Juan P. Navarro, 96th TWNCO of the YearTech. Sgt. Travis D.
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2016
This image of Timothy Thoner and the corresponding story posted to Facebook by a Pensacola family promptly went viral in late February. It was posted as a thank you and recognition to Thoner who helped the family clean up and recover after a tornado struck their home.  The image and story of his selfless act garnered more than 15,000 likes and 6,500 shares.  (Courtesy photo) Team Eglin member's generous acts go viral
A local federal employee and Air Force reservist's simple helping-hand efforts after a tornado were recognized recently on a viral level through social and local media.Senior Master Sgt. Timothy Thoner remembers vividly the kindness of strangers.Two years ago, while he was out of state, dozens of strangers helped his family recover after a
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Civilian excused absences for voting explained
With the Florida primaries happening March 15, here is some guidance regarding civilian employees excused absences for voting.The following is to help ensure civilian employees have the opportunity to vote. IAW Chapter 10.4. of AFI 36-815, Absence and Leave, the following guidelines should be considered when granting excused absence for
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2016
An F-35A team parks the aircraft for the first time at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, Feb. 8, 2016. The warfighter arrived at the base to conduct operational testing in order to determine its combat capabilities.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Connor J. Marth/RELEASED) F-35A continues deployment training
 The F-35A is at the point in its life where it's taking the first lap around the track away from home. The 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron is here to put the aircraft, its staff and equipment, through a series of operational tests to determine just how capable the aircraft is in a forward deployed environment.Until now, the aircraft and crew
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An F-35A parks for the night under the sunshades at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, Feb. 18, 2016. The F-35s are testing their combat capabilities through an operational deployment test at Mountain Home AFB range complexes.(U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jeremy L. Mosier/Released) F-35As deploy to test readiness
Six F-35As arrived here, Feb. 8, from Edwards AFB, California to begin an operational deployment test at a nearby range complex. The test will help develop the concept of operations as well as validate the aircraft's capability to deploy.In order for the Air Force to declare initial operating capability for the F-35A, the aircraft must be able to
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2016
Airmen with the 158th Fighter Wing Maintenance Squadron conduct an early morning foreign object debris walk before daily operations on the flight line at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., Feb. 8, 2016. The Green Mountain Boys participated in operation Combat Hammer, a Weapon System Evaluation Program. The WSEP evaluates the effectiveness of precision guided munitions when employed in air-to-ground combat. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jeffrey Tatro) Vermont ANG drops bombs at Combat Hammer

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