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The Foster Field track by the East Gate shoppette  is currently closed through April while artificial turf is placed in the field area.  This renovation was funded with the money gained when Eglin Air Force Base earned runner-up status in the Commander in Chief Excellence Award last year.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole) Foster Field track closed for upgrades
The running track at Foster Field near the East Gate is closed until April, for the installation of artificial turf on the track infield.  The four-month construction project scheduled to begin this week provides a low-maintenance, multi-purpose sports field with marked lines. The artificial turf’s dimensions will be 300 feet by 200 feet. Some
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Eglin Road Closures October road closures
These are the road closures for October 2016
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2016
Emergency medical technicians assigned to Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., rescue a simulated drowning victim during the 2016 EMT Rodeo Aug. 26, 2016 at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. Cannon’s EMT Rodeo tests the skills of medical professionals from across the Air Force through a series of innovative, high-pressure scenarios. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Manuel J. Martinez) Medical Group Airmen compete, win EMT competition
96th MDG EMTs compete against 23 teams to win the EMT Rodeo held at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico
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2016
Explosive ordnance disposal then and now.  (Graphic/Samuel King Jr.) EOD celebrates 75 years
NAVSCOLEOD observes 75th anniversary of the creation of the EOD combat force
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2016
Senior Airman insignia fades into staff sergeant insignia. (U.S. Air Force archive graphic by Senior Airman Miguel Lara) 263 Airmen selected for promotion to NCO
Congratulations to Team Eglin's Airmen on their selection for promotion to staff sergeant. The 16,506 selected (Air Force wide) represent a 42.25 percent selection rate, with an average selectee overall score of 360.88. Selectees' average time-in-grade was 2.12 years and time-in-service was 4.55 years. Average enlisted performance report score was
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2016
Default Air Force Logo July road closures
These are the July road closures for the base and its ranges: Range Road 211 will be closed west of the intersection of Range Road 211 and Range Road 661, and Range Road 211 and Range Road 607, due to repair/replacement of Turkey Gobble Bridge until Sept. 24Range Road 213 closed from Hwy 285 to Site C64 until further notice.July 1 from 10 a.m. - 1
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2016
Lady of Justice 2nd quarter status of discipline
The following disciplinary actions occurred here between April and June. A senior airman from the 96th Security Forces Squadron was found guilty at a special court-martial and was sentenced to 10 months confinement, reduction in rank to airman basic, a $1,000 forfeiture of pay for 10 months and a bad conduct discharge, for committing a lewd act on
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2016
Default Air Force Logo 104 selected for promotion to technical sergeant
Congratulations to all of Team Eglin's Airmen on their selection for promotion to technical sergeant.The 7,501 selected (Air Force wide) represent a 22.35 percent selection rate, with an average selectee overall score of 380.67. Selectees' average time-in-grade was 4.60 years and time-in-service was 9.51 years. Average enlisted performance report
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2016
Chris Simpson, 96th Test Wing information protection director, Maj Jennifer Mack, 96th Force Support Squadron commander, Janet Lucas, and Staff Sgt. Cody Nichols and Thomas Johnson, 96th FSS security managers, took part in the first-ever Evonne Samuels Inspirational Award presentation at a ceremony here July 14. The award was created in honor of an industrial security specialist who lost her battle to cancer last year. The accolade recognizes the most improved and inspiriting information security program of the year. The two security managers and their teammates, Tech. Sgts. Tony Gandy and Andrea Sierra were recognized. Samuels’ mother, Lucas, presented the award. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Jasmine Porterfield) Unit pays inspiration forward through commemorative award
The 96th Test Wing Information Protection office carried on the legacy of one of its former employees through its newly revamped awards program. The first-ever Evonne Samuels Inspirational Award was created in honor of an industrial security specialist who lost her battle to cancer last year. It was unveiled during a ceremony here July 14 to
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2016
Clint Eaves, an explosives worker in a bomb production facility, tells Air Force Brig. Gen. Shaun Morris, Program Executive Office for Weapons, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., about preparation before pouring the explosive in the bomb body during his visit to McAlester Army Ammunition Plant. (Photo Credit: Kevin Jackson (AMC)) Army, Air Force partners talk bomb demand, capacity
The Air Force executive responsible for the planning and execution of lifecycle activities for air-delivered munitions recently spent a day here touring the facility and talking to Army officials about the requirements of the joint force and bomb production capacity.Brig. Gen. Shaun Q. Morris, Program Executive Officer for Weapons and Director of
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2016
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