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  • Armistice Day, Veterans Day remembrance

    A native Florida dogwood tree and Armistice Day monument were planted and dedicated on Veterans Day, Nov. 12 at Jackson Guard in Niceville, Fla. to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. The monument and tree serve as a remembrance.
  • ‘Street Smart’ brings reality to safety campaign

    The annual Holiday Traffic Safety Campaign was held at the Enlisted Heritage Hall here Nov. 7.
  • October road closures

    These are the range road closures for October.
  • Michael victims receive $1.4 million in grants

    The Airman and Family Readiness Center here distributed more than $1.4 million in grants from Oct. 15-23, to approximately 1,700 military and civilian personnel, retirees and reservists impacted by Hurricane Michael.
  • Cultures gather at Hispanic festival, salsa class

    This year’s Hispanic Heritage Month activities began with a festival at the Air Force Enlisted Village Sept. 19.
  • September road closures

    These are the base range road closures for the month of September.
  • POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony

    The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum to remember America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families.
  • EOD tests prototype of new job-specific fitness test

    The 96th Civil Engineer Group’s EOD flight hosted and participated in the beta test for the Air Force’s prototype of the new EOD ‘Tier 2’ physical fitness test based on job demands Sept. 10 – 12, 2018.
  • Firefighters honor 9/11 firefighters with memorial tower climb

    96th Civil Engineer Group Firefighters honor 9/11 firefighters with a memorial tower climb at King Hangar.
  • Nurses Monument unveiled at Armament Museum

    A monument to honor nurses was unveiled at the Air Force Armament Museum during a ceremony Sept. 7. The tribute is a “thank you” to military and civilian nurses. The monument became a reality through the efforts of William Everett, PHC 811, the Military Order of the Purple Heart, the AFAM, the Northwest Florida State College nursing program, the Northwest Florida Daily News along with many local businesses and individuals.
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