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Default Air Force Logo Family Advocacy: A place to turn to for help
For people struggling at home, the Family Advocacy program can be a place to turn to for help. The primary focus of the program is to educate service members and their families on a variety of topics ranging from the birth of a child, to keeping personal relationships strong and preventing spousal and child abuse. Some of the program's functions
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2012
Default Air Force Logo PCS Guide: 460th Space Wing, Buckley Air Force Base, Colo.
Buckley Air Force Base, located east of Aurora, Colo., is an Air Force Space Command base that serves more than 92,000 active duty, National Guard, Reserve and retired personnel throughout the Front Range community. Buckley Air Force Base defends America through its air operations, space-based missile warning capabilities, space surveillance
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2012
Default Air Force Logo PCS Guide: 31st Fighter Wing, Aviano Air Base, Italy
Aviano Air Base is a NATO base under U.S. Air Force administration and is home to the 31st Fighter Wing. The wing's mission is to deliver combat power and support across the globe to achieve U.S. and NATO objectives.The 31st FW maintains two F-16 fighter squadrons capable of conducting offensive and defensive air combat operations. It is also the
0 7/17
2012
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas-- Maxwell “Trey” Pons III, Honorary Air Force firefighter, is presented with his graduation certificate by Col. Paul Bugenske, 17th Mission Support Group Commander, and Jim Podolske, Fire Emergency Services Program Manager, at the Louis F. Garland DOD Fire Academy June 28. Pons, who is autistic, sight impaired and hearing-impaired, accomplished his dream to become a firefighter by going through each training block in a day at the Fire Academy. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Michael Smith) Goodfellow helps teen's firefighter dream come true
Imagine having a day to live your dream, to be able to do that one thing you've always wanted out of life. Thanks to Team Goodfellow, one special teen got to do exactly that.Trey Pons, a native of Port Isabelle, Texas, has wanted to be a firefighter for as long as he could remember. He can list facts for days about fire trucks and has a constant
0 7/09
2012
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas-- Senior Airman Senior Airman McThobert Carreon, 17th Medical Operations Squadron public health technician, works at his desk in the Ross Clinic June 25. Carreon is an immigrant from the Philippines and his first time in the U.S. was on his way to basic training. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jessica Keith) Coming to America
Try to imagine yourself alone on a plane in a foreign country with no friends or family close by. Now try to imagine you are on the way to basic training.This is the situation Senior Airman McThobert Carreon, 17th Medical Operations Squadron public health technician, found himself in when he decided to enlist in the U.S. Air Force. He was born and
0 6/25
2012
SAN ANGELO, Texas-- Members of the West Texas Scorpions, semi-pro football team pose for a group photo Feb. 29. The Scorpions are members of the Crossroads Amateur Football League and travel throughout Texas playing other teams. (Courtesy Photo) Service members tackle double life
The referees blow their high-pitched whistles, sending the crowd into an uproar as the Crossroads Amateur Football League Bowl Championship comes to a close June 20. The outcome is not what the West Texas Scorpions expected as they accept a hard-fought 30-20 loss at the hands of the Edinburg Landsharks. However, several Scorpions walk off the field
0 6/22
2012
Child Development Center staff listen to a brief during the Training Day, May 25. During each session staff received professional development in a variety of topics, provided by several local subject matter experts. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dennisse Jones) CDC dedicated to Child Development
On May 25, the staff of the Child Development Center took part in a Training Day. The day was set up like a mini-conference, where staff rotated through the various sessions. Everyone who works at the CDC requires a great deal of training. This training and dedication sets the CDC apart from programs which just meet the state minimum child care
0 6/18
2012
Master Sgt. Alucia Davis, superintendent of military training at the 37th Training Support Squadron, is the Air Force’s outstanding military training leader of the year for 2011. (U.S. Air Force photo/Robbin Cresswell) AF selects MTL of the year: Superintendent credits family support
The superintendent of military training, 37th Training Support Squadron, was recently selected as the 2011 Military Training Leader of the Year.Master Sgt. Alucia Davis received the award for her service as an MTL with the 37th TRSS Airman Transition Assistance Flight in 2011.A native of Donovan, Ill., Davis has been a MTL for seven of her 18 years
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2012
Master Sgt. Alucia Davis, superintendent of military training at the 37th Training Support Squadron, is the Air Force’s outstanding military training leader of the year for 2011. (U.S. Air Force photo/Robbin Cresswell) AF selects MTL of the year: Superintendent credits family support
The superintendent of military training, 37th Training Support Squadron, was recently selected as the 2011 Military Training Leader of the Year.Master Sgt. Alucia Davis received the award for her service as an MTL with the 37th TRSS Airman Transition Assistance Flight in 2011.A native of Donovan, Ill., Davis has been a MTL for seven of her 18 years
0 6/14
2012
Default Air Force Logo Just drive
Can you read a book and juggle three balls at the same time? Can you cook scrambled eggs and play basketball at the same time? Can you get a haircut while dancing? Most likely, the answers to these questions would be NO. No one would expect you to do two of these things simultaneously, so why would you want to?So, you make the decision to do them
0 6/05
2012
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