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SOUTHWEST ASIA - Mitch Hebert takes part in the weekly retreat ceremony at the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing April 27, 2012. Hebert, the deputy commander of the 380th Expeditionary Force Support Squadron, is on the first deployment of his 31-year career as a civil servant. The Biloxi, Miss., native has held a variety of Air Force Services positions at bases all over the world, but deploying with Airmen to Southwest Asia has long been a career goal for him. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. J.G. Buzanowski) Civilian Expeditionary Workforce
The US Central Command Civilian Expeditionary Workforce allows current Department of Defense civilian employees to use their initiative, capabilities, experience, skill and knowledge to support the DOD in accomplishing its mission overseas.  Employees interested in applying their expertise in a challenging, austere, and unique environment can
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SAN ANGELO, Texas -- Nationally, only about 60 percent of ROTC cadets get accepted into field training, a rigorous 21 days of testing the limits of their physical conditioning and leadership skills while also providing training in weapons, hand-to-hand combat and survival. Angelo State University stands above the average, with six candidates sent to the program. (Courtesy photo illustration/ Angelo State University News) Rigors of ROTC field training
For many college, students the summer between their sophomore and junior years is a good time to do a study abroad program or work a part-time job while earning a few more credits in summer school. For Air Force ROTC cadets, it is the summer they participate in the highly competitive program known as field training, sweating in the Alabama and
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(Courtesy image) The path to becoming a Judge Advocate General
Judge Advocate Generals have involvement in nearly all facets of the Air Force.  From providing legal assistance to advising commanders, JAGs are entrusted with a high level of responsibility and have the opportunity to have an immediate impact on the mission.If you are currently a commissioned officer with ambitions of becoming a JAG, the Air
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Comprehensive Airman Fitness is a holistic approach to train resilience to military members, civilians and family members, which encourages positive thinking and helps reduce daily stressors. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/ Airman 1st Class Devin Boyer) Comprehensive Airman Fitness: Be resilient
Everyone faces stress on a day-to-day basis, but what they do not realize is that the negative stress effects can cause a heavier burden.Comprehensive Airman Fitness is a holistic approach to train resilience to military members, civilians and family members, which encourages positive thinking and helps reduce daily stressors."Think about how you
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – Airman Jesyka Ware, 315th Training Squadron student, runs down the flight line during a morning physical training session Sept. 17. Ware is training at the 315th TRS to become a geospatial intelligence analyst. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Devin Boyer) A day in the life of an intel student
Early mornings and long days begin to describe the daily life of Airman Jesyka Ware, a geospatial intelligence analyst student from the 315th Training Squadron.Ware starts her day at 3:30 in the morning. With a fresh physical training uniform, she forms up with the rest of her flight for an hour long PT session on the flight line.After her work
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Image courtesy of www.fvap.gov Voting Information for Goodfellow Air Force Base
There are less than 30 days until the November 4 general election. Register, request and return your ballot now to make sure that you have the opportunity to vote absentee.1) If you have not yet requested your absentee ballot for the 2014 general election and would like to vote, do so immediately. Go to FVAP.gov, select your state from the
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas - 2013 Armed Forces Chili Cook-Off competition, Goodfellow AFB Recreation Camp. (Courtesy photo) It's getting hot...time to get "chili"
Time to grab those ladles, pots, recipes, beans and form cooking teams now to enter this year's Armed Forces Chili Cook-Off, held at the Goodfellow Recreation Camp  Sept. 27, starting at 8 a.m.  The Cooks' Party starts at 6 p.m. the evening before the competition.Very much like any following, chili cookers travel from competition to competition
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SAN ANGELO, Texas – Tech. Sgt. William R. Hierholzer Jr., 344th Air Force Recruiting Squadron enlisted accessions recruiter, assists Fredrick L. Howard Jr., Goodfellow Air Force Base Army and Air Force Exchange Service electronic department customer service, with enlistment paperwork in his office Sept. 2. Hierholzer educates people on the Air Force life and helps civilians become full-fledged Airmen.   (U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Joshua Edwards) The first step is recruiting
The first step for most individuals wishing to serve in the Air Force is a visit to the recruiter's office. Among their many responsibilities, recruiters across the country fill classrooms at Goodfellow Air Force Base to develop exceptional Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, and Fire Protection professionals. Tech. Sgt. William R.
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas - Staff Sgt. Donald T. Weaver, 17th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, trains the base’s newest MWDs at the kennel Aug. 12. The dogs are a Belgian Malinois and a German Shepherd, the two most common breeds used for MWDs. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Laura McFarlane) 2-year-old SFS members ensuring base security
The 17th Security Forces Squadron's newest members may only be 2 years old, but they pack quite a bite.Despite their age, LLispeth and Elute, 17th SFS military working dogs, are prepared to defend the base and ensure the training mission goes on.They started their career like all other enlisted members at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. For these
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Lynwood G. Landbeck, former Air Force Staff Sgt., shakes hands with a colonel at his separation ceremony in 1955 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.  The Air Force color guard from Goodfellow Air Force Base provided honors at his interment Sept. 8. (Courtesy photo) Honor guard members perform essential service
Goodfellow Air Force Base Honor Guard members volunteer to work extended hours, weekends and cover an area of responsibility that extends over 36,000 sq. mi., but the impact they make goes even further. Recently, Staff Sgt. Mark Richards, 316th Training Squadron cryptologic language analyst instructor, and Airman 1st Class Alberto Trevino, 17th
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