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Default Air Force Logo Black Employment Program pursues workplace equality
The Black Employment Program is a Special Emphasis Program, established in May 1987 as an integral part of the civilian Equal Employment Opportunity Program. Its objectives are to ensure equal opportunity in the hiring, advancement and training of black employees, and to strive toward the achievement of a civilian work force in which black
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Default Air Force Logo Privatized Housing set for Sept. 30
This is the first installment of Family Housing News. We will provide information and updates on the future changes affecting Military Family Housing. We will provide information on housing privatization and expiration of the Lake Nasworthy Housing lease. We hope that by providing you with as much information as possible, that your transition from
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Default Air Force Logo Monitor takes honors in AETC Media Contest
The staff of Goodfellow's newspaper, the Monitor, recently captured four awards in the Air Education and Training Command's annual media contest. The contest's intent is to honor the best journalism and photojournalism work in the command's newspapers. The staff was awarded 3rd place honors for best overall Metro Style-format publication.
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Col. Scott Bethel, 17th Training Wing commander (right), administers the Oath of Enlistment to Chief Master Sgt. (select) Darryl Furby, the superintendent of the 314th Training Squadron (left), at a recognition ceremony for the new Chief Feb. 9 at the base theater. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kamaile Chan) Goodfellow welcomes newest Chief
The base theater was filled by the sounds of applause and congratulations Feb. 9, when Goodfellow recognized its newest chief master sergeant select. Senior Master Sgt. Darryl S. Furby was officially acknowledged for his promotion to the Air Force's highest enlisted grade in a ceremony carried out by the Goodfellow Chief's Group. Sgt. Furby is
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Staff Sgt Kristi Brothers, 17th Medical Operations Squadron dental clinic, watches as one of the young children at Child Development Center on Goodfellow AFB tries to put on a clinical mask during a special presentation on oral hygiene Feb. 13 at  the CDC. In the background, Capt. Cameron Townsend, another member of the dental clinic, helps another child put on the mask. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez.) Dental visit

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Default Air Force Logo I’m getting a blanket and some hot cocoa after this

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(Left): Col. Scott Bethel, 17th Training Wing commander, helps six-year-old Hunter Herd, a student at Holiman Elementary School, put on a desert camouflage uniform helmet. The student was one of a handful of school children that the commander invited to try out some of his deployment gear. "Our students need great role models in their lives, said Judy Bragg, Holiman’s principal. “To meet a high ranking hero and hear from him the importance of education, leadership, and American pride was a blessing," Judy Bragg, Holiman Elementary School principal said. Col. Bethel was invited as part of a joint program between the school and Paul Ann Baptist Church. Called Project Impact, the program aims to enhance the lives of the school children through special presentations and encouraging words from motivational speakers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez) Can this thing really stop a bullet, sir?

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Default Air Force Logo Grit: Badfellows rugby at Goodfellow
As military professionals, we often find ourselves in any given corner of the globe. Sometimes we find that the hobbies we develop in one location cannot be readily found at our new location. That's not true of rugby. It's a sport played worldwide in one form or another. There are leagues and unions ranging from local clubs to professional
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Moshee Dawkins snags the ball for a rebound during the 2007 AAHC 3-on-3 Basketball Tourney Saturday at the Mathis Fitness Center.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kamaile Chan) 2007 AAHC 3-on-3 basketball tourney
The African American Heritage Committee held the 2007 AAHC 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament Saturday at the Mathis Fitness Center gymnasium. Both military and civilians competed in the Tounament. The basketball tournament is part of a series of events scheduled by the AAHC to promote the awareness of Black History Month, which is intended to raise
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From Left to Right are Civil Air Patrol officers (Row 1) Maj. Maurice Clement, Senior Member Lisa Knight, 1st Lt. Sabina Crymes, 2nd Lt. Johanna Augustine, Capt. Bill Knight and Capt. Paul Kirk. (Row 2) Capt. Scott Dellinger, 1st Lt. James Keohane, 1st Lt. Stephen White, Capt. David Crymes and Capt. David Wolfe. (Civil Air Patrol Photo by Maj. Dana Gray) CAP hosts Squadron Leadership School
The San Angelo Civil Air Patrol Composite Squadron hosted its Squadron Leadership School Feb. 3-4 in San Angelo. Nine senior CAP members from Abilene, El Paso, Lubbock, and San Angelo attended the 2-day course. CAP Capt. David Wolfe, SLS director; CAP Maj. Dana Gray, assistant director and instructors CAP Maj. Gary Nussey, CAP Capt. David S.
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