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Number 9, Christopher Clark, a member of the 17th Communication Squadron Comm Batts base volleyball team, battles for possession of the ball with a defender from the 315 Rattlers Tuesday at the Carswell Field House during an intramural volleyball game. The 315 Rattlers won the games 25-19, 22-25 and 15-6. Stuff it!

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Col. Scott Bethel leads the 17th Training Wing in the Warrior Run March 2. The event was Col. Bethel’s last warrior run as 17 TRW commander. Also leading the charge were Col. Stephen Czerwinski, 17th Mission Support Group commander (right, in flak vest) and 1st Lt. Dean Smith (carrying guidon behind Col. Czerwinski, also in flak vest). Airmen from the 17 MSG, 17th Medical Group, 17th Training Group and the Goodfellow NCO Academy, as well as Soldiers from the 344th Military Intelligence Battallion, Sailors from the Center for Information Dominance and Marines from the Marine Corps Detachment, all took part in the 2.2 mile run. The colonel’s last Warrior Run on Goodfellow

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Dancers at the African American Heritage Committee’s 2007 Black History Month Special Event perform their dancing talents by performing a traditional African tribal dance February 23 at the Events Center. The event’s theme was “An Evening to Remember -- Celebrating Black History Month Together.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez) Celebrating Black History Month

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Airman 1st Class Michelle Michael cranks out a pair of dog tags Tuesday at the Vance Deployment Center. Airman Michael will leave the Air Force to join the Army in May. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Musal) GAFB Airman to blow things up with Army
The United States Army has traditionally been the domain of the highly motivated servicemember, physically fit and courageous of heart. The oldest of our military branches has no place for the lazy or the timid - so it's a very good thing that Airman 1st Class Michelle Michael is neither. Airman Michael, a personnel specialist with the 17th Mission
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2007
Airman Trevor Nadile (in fire gear) holds the American flag as Capt. Christine Gentry swears in Staff Sgt. Gina Ball (far right)  Tuesday morning at the Louis F. Garland Department of Defense Fire Academy burn pits. Staff Sgt. Ball is the NCO in charge of information management at the 312th Training Squadron. Sergeant Ball has more than eight years of service; the native from Etowah, Tenn., re-enlisted for four more years of service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Randy Mallard) Re-enlistment is hot stuff at fire academy

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Staff Sgt. Jay Wingfield (left), NCO Association Ft. Concho Chapter president, and Master Sgt. Richard Jude (far right), Goodfellow Air Force Base 2007 Annual Awards Committee chair, stand with (center from left to right ) Central High School Sophomore Logan Mims, Keith Calls, CHS band director, and CHS senior Brian Melton outside the CHS Concert Hall Tuesday in San Angelo. The CHS students hold a $150 donation check from the NCO Association made to the CHS band for their jazz performance during the GAFB 2007 Annual Awards. CHS students Mims and Melton were two of the four students who played at the event. CHS seniors Matt Dane and Jerome Ibarra were not available for the photo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez) Thanks for the music

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2nd Lt. Brian Williams looks to the finish line while in stride as he takes part in the Couples Fun Run hosted by the 17th Services Division Monday at the base track. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Randy Mallard) 17 SVS hosts fun run
The 17th Services Division hosted the Couples Relay Fun Run Monday at the base track. It was a warm and windy day as 10 teams took part in the event. Originally billed as a "couples" relay in honor of Valentine's Day, the event quickly turned into a team relay after only one "couple" showed up. This didn't stop Senior Airman Danielle Inman and
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2007
Members of the 17th Mission Support Group Junk Yard Dogs pose for a group photo after winning the 2006-2007 Goodfellow Basketball Championship versus the1st Responders Feb. 16 at the Mathis Sports and Fitness Center gymnasium. Back row (from left to right): Laverne Jackson, Bryan Samuel, David Cucuzzi, Bo Westbrooks, Mike Thompson, Brian Stansbury and Darryl Parker. Front row (from left to right): Douglas Hennen, Omar Matos, Brian Williams (Coach) and Antwain Gooding, Players Joshua Swisher and Brian Henry and Coach Aaron Lemke were not available for photo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Thelma Soltero) Junk Yard Dogs win Goodfellow basketball championship
The 17th Mission Support Group Junk Yard Dogs defeated the 1st Responders to become the 2006-2007 Goodfellow Basketball Association champions Feb. 16 at the Mathis Sports and Fitness Center gymnasium. "Our record never really mattered to us; we were only concerned with getting better and playing as a team. We struggled early as we learned our roles
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2007
From left to right: Airman 1st Class Kyle Newman, a student in the 312th Training Squadron, prepares to eat another mouthful of pancake while Chief Master Sgt. Paul Moreau, 17th Training Wing command chief master sergeant, and 312 TRS chief military training leader Master Sgt. Mark Brown cheer him on during the 2007 Children’s Miracle Network Pancake Eating Contest Tuesday at the International House of Pancakes restaurant in San Angelo. Airman Newman won the contest after devouring 20 pancakes in 20 minutes. Chief Moreau invited Airman Newman to be his designated eater and represent the 17th Training Wing. The contest took place in order to raise awareness and promote community involvement in the Children’s Miracle Network, an international non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for and awareness of children’s hospitals. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Randy Mallard) Holy crêpe! Airmen eat pancakes for worthy cause
"Just like chow time back at basic," "He's done, give him another one," and "Go, go, go" were among some of the phrases shouted as words of encouragement to Airman 1st Class Kyle Newman, a technical student from the 312th Training Squadron who competed in the 2007 Children Miracle Network's Pancake Eating Contest Tuesday at the International House
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Senior Airman Rachel McAdams (right), a commander’s support staff technician with the 17th Medical Group, helps a customer with paperwork Tuesday. Airman McAdams was recently recognized for her volunteer work with Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Angelo, where she works one-on-one as a mentor for her 14-year-old “little sister.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Musal) Part of something bigger
Senior Airman Rachel McAdams says one of the reasons she joined the Air Force was to be part of something bigger. While many who join the military make the same statement, not all of them think of building a friendship as that "something bigger" - but this commander's support staff technician from the 17th Medical Group has found somewhere she is
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