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  • Eglin welcomes 'Tots in Blue'

    Congratulations to the following parents, who welcomed their new arrivals while stationed here. It's a boy! Daniel Jay, born Aug. 17, to Staff Sgt. James and Melissa Wheeler. William Calban, born Aug. 21, to Senior Airmen Michael and Elizabeth Calban. Carlos Cristian, born Aug. 22, to Staff Sgt. Carlos and Rebecca Cruz. Kyle James, born Aug. 23, to
  • General Carlson speaks of Air Force's greatest assets - Airmen

    While the war and budget shortfalls are top priorities right now, the commander of Air Force Materiel Command is equally focused on another valuable asset -- today's Airmen. When it comes to the future, Gen. Bruce Carlson is most concerned about his people. During a two-day visit to Eglin AFB in September, General Carlson talked about the
  • Recycle cans, win some cash!

    Looking for a way to fund your squadron's upcoming holiday party or event? Look no further, recycle your unit's aluminum cans and win up to $500 in the aluminum can recycling contest! The Eglin Recycling Center will start its third annual aluminum can recycling contest in celebration of America Recycles Day 2007 on Tuesday. The contest will run
  • Army carves up field, claims gold medal

    The ball fell the all-Army's way in their hunt for spoiling the Air Force's bid for a fourth championship in a row by capturing the gold medal at the Armed Forces Men's Softball championship tournament here Sept. 14. The all-Army team claimed their first Armed Forces Men's Softball championship since 2003, and their sixth overall, carving a path
  • Personnel Center streamlines retirement actions

    By consolidating a portion of the workload of 84 military personnel flights into one service center, personnel officials have streamlined the retirement process. Now newly-retired Air Force members and retired members seeking or needing corrections to their Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, commonly referred to as a DD Form 214,
  • Agents honor those who served

    Twenty-six point two miles; why would anyone want to run that? The men and women of AFOSI Det 104, headquartered here found a very good reason to do just that as they competed in the eleventh annual United States Air Force Marathon Sept. 15. In mid-August, four agents began talking about running in the marathon which is held in September to
  • Service members urged to set up family member accounts before deployment

    Deployable and TRICARE Remote service members should consider setting up Family Member Accounts enabling their family to access medical, pay and human resource Web sites in their absence. The Family Member Account is a secure credential issued to sponsors and their family members that allows them to log on to other Department of Defense Web sites
  • September is National Cholesterol Education Month

    The Civilian Health Promotion Service (CHPS) team wants to remind everyone that September is National Cholesterol Education Month and is an ideal time to have your Cardiac Risk Profile (CRP) screening done. The Cardiac Risk Profile includes measurement of total cholesterol, HDL and LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, glucose, and blood pressure. Why
  • POW/MIA ceremony