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Maj. Gen. Michael Gould (center), 2nd Air Force commander, makes his way toward the Goodfellow Air Force Base’s POW/MIA memorial site Sept. 28 while Col. Richard Ayres, 17th Training Wing commander, follows. The commanders, along with dozens of civilian and military members, visited the memorial as part of the Vigil, which concluded with a solemn presentation at the Air Force Ball. Sept. 29. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Angela Malek) Base community celebrates Air Force's 60th Anniversary
A crowd of more than 450 Airmen gathered Saturday night at the C.J. Davidson Conference Center at Angelo State University to celebrate the Air Force's 60th birthday at Goodfellow's Air Force Ball."Heritage to Horizons" was the theme of this year's gala, and the ball's committee put together several video presentations highlighting the great
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Default Air Force Logo Base thanks POW/MIA vigil volunteers
Two decades ago, President Ronald Reagan, speaking at a memorial ceremony, reminded us that "those who died in defense of our country were boys when they died, and they gave up two lives - the one they were living, and the one they would have lived. They gave up their chance to be husbands and fathers and grandfathers. They gave up everything for
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Air Force Capt. John Dayton on diving board No. 4 anticipates the start of the 100-meter breaststroke race during the CC-Air Headquarters Ramstein Swimming Championship (2007), which took place Sept. 12 in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Captain Dayton, a military intelligence student officer at the 315th Training Squadron, took first place in 100-meter breaststroke. He participated as both a competitor and team coach. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Sarah Mooney) Air Power with Water Power
Air Force Capt. John Dayton, a military intelligence student officer with the 315th Training Squadron, took first place at the CC-Air Headquarters Ramstein Swimming Championship, which took place Sept. 12 in Eindhoven, Netherlands."This was my third year to attend the CC-Air swim meet. In my opinion, there is no better forum for me to compete as an
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Players from the 17th Mission Support Group Junk Yard Dogs, come to halt and raise their hands to avoid getting a penalty as Ross Davis, cornerback, runs scramble down the field and up the sidelines for a score after intercepting the ball and running it for a defensive touchdown during the last two minutes of the 2007 Goodfellow Flag-football Championship game Sept. 27 at the base football field. The JYD defeated the Marine Corps Leathernecks 24-0. Thursday’s victory marks the fourth time the Dogs have won the GFL title in five years. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Angela Malek.) High fives for the 4-time GFL Champions
The 17th Mission Support Group Junk Yard Dogs won their third straight Goodfellow Flag Football League Champion after defeating the Marine Corps Leathernecks 24 to 0, Sept. 27 at the base football field next to the Mathis Fitness Center."The 2007 season was dominated once again by the MSG Junk Yard Dogs. They displayed excellence on the gridiron by
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Cutting the cake at the 314th Training Squadron Air Force Ball are retired Master Sgt. Nicholas Chizewski, who enlisted in the AIr Force May 8, 1948, and Airman First Class Elizabeth Steveson, who enlisted Sept. 11, 2006. (Courtesy photo) 314 TRS celebrates AF heritage at Ft. Huachuca
It came into being surrounded by Soldiers, new and perhaps unknown before its birth. It represented a tradition of air power dating back well before World War II, and was the sum of the struggles of the Airmen who dared to create it.While that statement could easily refer to the U.S. Air Force itself, which turned 60 years old Sept. 18, what's
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Airman Zachary Perry of the 316th Training Squadron sits patiently as a simulated blister is applied to his face. Students from Goodfellow acted as disaster victims during the MARE Sept. 20. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kamaile Chan) Getting bloody at the Major Accident Response Exercise
It was a scene of panic and chaos right in our own backyard.A C-130 Hercules aircraft from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, made an emergency landing at Mathis Field in San Angelo, and crashed into a small commercial airliner preparing to take off.The scenario Sept. 20 sounds horrific, and it ordinarily would be. Fortunately for the people of San
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Servicemembers and civilians bow their heads in respect as Chaplain (Capt.) Martin Barnes,17th Training Wing Chapel office, kneels and leads the group in a prayer Sept. 27. The group of more than two dozen people gathered by the flag pole located in front of the Norma Brown Headquarters Building as part of a voluntary event called See You at the Pole. See You at the Pole is scheduled annually on the fourth Wednesday in September. SYATP began in Burleson, Texas, in 1990, and has since become an international event. In 2005, students from 16 countries participated in the gatherings at different schools in Central and South America, Africa, Europe and Asia. (U.S. Air Force photos by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez) Prayer at the Pole

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Second Lt. Karissa Goodrich from Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, celebrates her victory as the top finishing overall female marathon runner at the U.S. Air Force Marathon Sept. 15 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Her time was 3:06:54. She was one of more than 6,300 runners participating in marathon events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Christy Webb) First-place finish
Second Lieutenant Karissa Goodrich, a military intelligence student from the 315th Training Squadron, finished as the top overall female runner at the 11th Annual United States Air Force Marathon at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Sept. 15."It was a spur of the moment decision to participate. I was motivated to take on the challenge by my
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Master Sgt. Annette Whitenack issues prescriptions to a patient during the 17th Medical Group deployment to Peru. (Courtesy photo) 17 MDG provides relief to Peru after devastating earthquake
What started as an opportunity to test their skills in a scheduled joint-medical training mission with the country of Peru turned into a real-life test for 11 members of the 17th Medical Group when they were tasked to respond to the recent 8.0 earthquake that devastated that country last month.Originally scheduled to participate in a Medical Plans
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Tech. Sgt. Robert Johnston was named Department of Defense Fire Instructor of the Year at the Department of Defense Fire and Emergency Services Conference Aug. 24. (Courtesy photo illustration) 312 TRS instructor named DoD Fire Instructor of Year
One of Goodfellow's own instructors was recognized for his outstanding job at the Department of Defense Fire and Emergency Services Conference Aug. 24.Tech. Sgt. Robert Johnston, a fire instructor with the 312th Training Squadron, was named 2007 Department of Defense Fire Instructor of the Year at the conference.Sergeant Johnston was selected by
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