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Capt. Scott Bradley, 43rd Fighter Squadron pilot, gives a tour of an F-22 Raptor to children from the Taunton Family Children’s Home. The group toured Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., March 26 during their spring break to see the Air Force in action. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Ashley M. Wright)  Kid vision: Tour gives youth inside look
Nearly 20 children from the Taunton Family Children's Home toured the base to learn more about the service and experienced day-to-day Air Force operations March 29. "[The children] are on spring break, and I am sure they don't get a chance to put hands on aircraft every day," said Maj. Joseph Michaelson, 53rd Weapons Evaluations Group E-9 pilot and
0 4/02
2010
Choosing a college/career path can be overwhelming!  The Eglin Education Center wants to help with its Education Fair, April 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the base library.
Colleges from all over the area will have representatives to answer questions and explain opportunites available.  U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr. Base to host education fair
The base education center hosts its annual education fair, April 1, at the Base Exchange here. The event will be a forum for anyone with base access to come by and get information about continuing education, according to Dr. Faith Womack, Education Services officer at Eglin. "We expect it to be bigger and better than last year because we are
0 3/29
2010
Lady Justice Eglin Airman court-martialed for Spice
An Airman with the 96th Medical Support Squadron was convicted of abusing the drug Spice and three other charges of distributing drugs to other Airmen, here March 23.Airman Marcus Bennett became the first Air Force member to be convicted through court-martial of using Spice, although his usage came prior to the base's General Order banning the
0 3/29
2010
Kevin McNeal, 68th Electronic Warfare Squadron contractor, prepares the Advanced Integrated Defense Electronic Warfare System test lab for a test run.  Members of the Advanced Systems Flight of the 68th EWS, work closely with their foreign customers to facilitate future requirements so their mission data can be tailored to the ever-changing threat environment and define customer's necessities to build future products.(U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.) 68th EWS brings EW support to warfighters around world
The four flights in the 68th Electronic Warfare Squadron labor tirelessly to provide real-time information to not only U.S. warfighters but to 21 allied nations, and have uncovered errors in programs that were undetected for more than a quarter century. "The mission of the 68th EWS is to increase combat capability and survivability for U.S. and
0 3/27
2010
Air Force Assistance Fund AFAF needs help to help others
Albert Einstein said, "The value of a man resides in what he gives and not in what he is capable of receiving." The same holds true today as the 2010 Air Force Assistance Fund campaign kicks off March 29 and runs through May 7. In the tradition of Airmen helping Airmen, donations from the 37th annual campaign "You, the Hero" will benefit
0 3/26
2010
Senior Master Sgt. Kevin Kile, 16th Electronic Warfare Squadron, speaks to Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Roy about the electronic warfare test mission March 18 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.  The CMSAF’s two-day visit to the base included tours of units within the various wings and speaking with junior enlisted and senior leadership on Air Force issues.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.) CMSAF tours Eglin, meets with Airmen

0 3/19
2010
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. - Airmen 1st Class Timothy White and Patrick Thompson read the messages of the Line of Courage sexual assault awareness display at the Breeze dining facility April 16. The display features T-shirts created by both victims and victim advocates to tell their stories of sexual assault and the courage it took overcoming their situation. The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office positioned these displays on base during April as part of sexual assault awareness month. May 20 will close out the special event planned for this year with a single service member beach bash at Post'l Point from 2 -5 p.m.(U.S. Air Force photo/ 2nd Lt Andrew Caulk) SARC provides advice for Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Sexual Assault Awareness Month begins April 1 and Eglin's Sexual Assault Response Coordinator would like to spread the word on some facts and statistics during this time.Sexual assault awareness month helps to combat myths and misunderstandings about sexual assault held by both the military and the population in general, according to the Eglin SARC
0 3/17
2010
Tech. Sgt. Wayne Berry, 1st Special Operations Maintenance Squadron, prepares to mount his bike that won the best bike competition, March 12 at Team Eglin's third annual Motorcycle Safety Day.  Despite threatening skies, the event brought out approximately 220 riders to participate in safety discussions, riding skills competition and group ride.  The safety day came at a critical time for Eglin with spring break approaching and a recent active-duty death involving a motorcycle. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.) Team Eglin hosts critical motorcycle safety day
The timing for Team Eglin's third annual Motorcycle Safety Day March 12, proved crucial in light of the recent motorcycle fatality that claimed the life of an Eglin Airman. Dark skies and the threat of rain did not keep the 220 bikers from showing up to the safety discussions and activities and to socialize with other bikers. "Motorcycle safety is
0 3/15
2010
Asphalt is ground up and shot out by the RX-900 in February at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.  This was part of the six-month repaving and construction on Runway 19/01.  The runway reopened March 15 to air traffic.  (Courtesy photo.) Runway 19/01 opens again to sorties
Runway 19/01 has reopened to air traffic after a six-month repaving and construction."All Eglin runways have to be redone," said Mr. Timothy Gunnison, manager for Eglin Base Operations. "Once the pavement gets old, it loses its structural and surface integrity." As an Air Force standard, runways are repaired every 10 to 15 years according to Mr.
0 3/15
2010
Dr. Charles Merkel, (right) 53rd Wing historian, was the first civilian to deploy from his wing.  The doctor served with the 451st Air Expeditionary Wing in Kandahar, Afghanistan.  Doctor Merkel, while on active duty in the Army, flew helicopters during the Vietnam War.  (Courtesy photo) Historian's deployment recalls memories, makes new ones
An empty desk and chair were all that first greeted the 53rd Wing historian upon his arrival to Afghanistan. More than 120 days later, he returned with a catalogue of memories that tie three different American conflicts together."It was an extraordinary rewarding time," Dr. Charles Merkel said. "I was impressed with the quality and caliber of
0 3/11
2010
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