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Defense Department officials launched a free, online tutoring service for servicemembers and their families. Military families gain access to free, online tutoring
Defense Department officials here launched a free, online tutoring service for servicemembers and their families. The site -- http://www.tutor.com/military -- offers round-the-clock professional tutors who can assist with homework, studying, test preparation, resume writing and more. Marine Corps and Army families have had access to the program for
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2010
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – Tech. Sgt. Jerome Winston, 16th Electronic Warfare Squadron, fastens an electronic counter measures pod under an F-16 Fighting Falcon. The 16th EWS tests and delivers information that protects today’s warfighters from a multitude of threats. The squadron consists of four flights, a detachment and a cadre of individuals laying the foundation for the next generation of electronic warfare. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Anthony Jennings) 16 EWS provides shield to combat air forces
From flying JN-4 Jennies in the roaring twenties to developing the latest electronic warfare test for the 21st century, more than 150 personnel of the 16th Electronic Warfare Squadron rely on experience, one of kind equipment and ingenuity to test and deliver information that protects today's warfighters from a multitude of threats.The unit traces
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2010
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. –  Members of Eglin’s Honor Guard practice the ceremonial folding of the flag for military funerals, Jan. 20. “Working in a support role Airmen can lose their sense of perspective as to why they serve,” said Senior Master Sgt. Thomas Walker, 96th Air Base Wing, on what it means to serve in the honor guard.  “Being able to step outside the career field and daily, mundane taskings and serve a higher purpose gives them a greater sense of duty, commitment and perspective that pays huge dividends when they return to their normal job.  Ask any Airmen who has ever served in the Honor Guard and they will tell you it was one of the greatest experiences of their career (whether they were volunteers or volun"tolds").  The sense of fulfillment, job satisfaction and pride are unmatched.”   The next honor guard rotation begins Feb. 1 through July 31.  Deadline to sign-up is Jan. 25.  To get involved and volunteer contact your first sergeant or chief. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Anthony Jennings) Honor to serve

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2010
Default Air Force Logo AFPC advises don't cash $3,000 VA checks
Don't cash that check!!Air Force Personnel Center has advised Airmen who received $3,000 in emergency advanced payments from the Department of Veterans Affairs in late 2009 not to cash or deposit those checks.In addition to providing payments to veterans, some payments were made to Airmen on active duty and possibly some dependents receiving
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2010
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. - Volunteers at the Eglin tax center help military, dependent, retired, and DoD civilian customers prepare and file their federal and state tax returns. Located across 2nd street from the base education center, the tax center is open Monday through Friday from 8 to 11 a.m. and 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday is reserved for 1040EZ filing members. For all other times, call 882-1040 to make an appointment. (U.S. Air Force photos by 2nd Lt. Andrew Caulk) Tax Center open for business
Tax season has begun and the Eglin tax center is here to help.The Eglin Tax Center stood up Jan. 20 to service military members, dependents, DOD civilians and retirees in the local area.In 2009, there were many new changes to tax law including the new home buyer's credit, making work pay, earned income credit, residential energy credits and
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2010
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. --  Eglin celebrated the completion of the Eglin Enlisted Hall during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 15. The newly renovated facility, formerly known as the base theater, hosts a number of upgrades from new bathroom sinks and fresh paint, to new seats and artwork. The Enlisted hall is an area where Eglin’s enlisted Airmen may reflect on its proud legacy. (Courtesy photo) Eglin Celebrates Enlisted Hall Completion
Eglin celebrated the completion of the Eglin Enlisted Hall during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 15.The event culminated the transformation of the newly renovated building from the base theater, a project which took two years from beginning to end.The idea of recapturing prime real estate like the base theater and turning it into the "Enlisted
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2010
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. - Doug Crossland from the new Eglin Fitness Assessment Cell instructs Senior Airman Jennifer McDonald from 96th Medical Group on correct pushup form. The fitness assessment team held this pushup/situp clininc to educate military members on fitness testing standards. The Air Force will use civilians to test military members' fitness. Testing frequency will increase to two times a year beginning in January. (U.S. Air Force photo/ 2nd Lt. Andrew Caulk) Bi-annual PT testing has arrived
Are you due to test?That's the question base officials are asking active duty Air Force members, now that the new bi-annual fitness testing has started."Eglin warriors need to know when they need to take their PT test," said Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Westermeyer, 96th Air Base Wing command chief. "It is a new year and there are new rules in
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2010
Approximately 250 children from local schools in Kandahar City visited Kandahar Airfield Dec. 31, 2009. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Angelique N. Smythe/Released) Afghan children visit Kandahar, see partnership between Afghans, coalition forces
More than 200 Afghan children from local Kandahar City schools visited the Afghan National Army Air Corps on Kandahar Airfield Dec. 31 to see hangars, helicopters and other items operated by the ANAAC. As an added bonus, they received backpacks that contained school supplies and candy that had been donated by a number of individuals and
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2010
Technical sergeant stripes are pinned on Alba Kasperek, 29th Test Systems Squadron, Jan. 4 at Eglin Air Force Base.  She received the new stripes via the Stripes for Exceptional Performers program, an extremely limited promotion avenue available once a year around the Air Force.  Eglin had four STEP promotions for 2009.  (U.S. Air Force photo / Ashley Wright) Eglin warriors receive surprise promotion
Recently, four Team Eglin warriors received an extra special holiday surprise - a promotion, via the Stripes for Exceptional Performers program."The program is for star performers who are having a little trouble with testing," said Chief Master Sgt. William Harner, Jr., 53rd Wing command chief. "It provides an avenue to ensure they don't fall too
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2010
F-18 Hornets from the 409th Canadian Air Force taxies down the runaway during a Weapon System Evaluation Program 10-03 on Dec. 4 at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. The WSEP program, run by the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group, 83rd Fighter Weapons Squadron, is used to evaluate the effectiveness and suitability of combat air force weapon systems for aircrew and maintainers. The 53rd Wing headquarters is located on Eglin AFB, Fla.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King, Jr.)

Canadian Air Force Hornets buzz Northwest Florida skies

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