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Army Capt. Tom Mason, 20th Special Forces Group, Army National Guard, takes a moment to pose with his patient Savannah during her recent visit to the Goodfellow Air Force Base veterinary clinic Oct. 1. The Goodfellow vet clinic is open for appointments from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Tuesdays. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kasabyan Musal) Goodfellow vet clinic ready to serve base’s needs
In Army Capt. Tom Mason's time in the Army National Guard, he's deployed overseas and provided veterinary care to every kind of animal from military working dogs to Afghan goats. At Goodfellow Air Force Base, he sees some of those military working dogs as well, but the citizen-Soldier also takes time to tend to the pets of military personnel and
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Dennis Ritko, OSHA Voluntary Protection Program advisor, discusses chlorine tank safety with Ed Stepan Sept. 25. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Lt. Col. Joseph McBrearty) Safety becomes way of thinking
Goodfellow Air Force base recently took part in a safety assessment from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Voluntary Protection Program that culminated in an out-brief to Col. Richard Ayres, 17th Training Wing commander, Sep. 26. The VPP team began safety assessments across the base Sept. 23 looking for ways for base personnel to
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2nd Lt. Amy Meyer, a 17th Training Group student, paints a mural at the Crossroads Student Center on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo) Crossroads: taking care of our Airmen
Every Monday, a bus arrives from Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, carrying the newest crop of technical training students. Excited at the prospect of entering the operational Air Force and the mission ahead of them, these Airmen still have a challenge to overcome: the training that will prepare them for their intelligence, firefighting and special
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Goodfellow AFB and San Angelo Tx Friendship Golf Tournament  Quicksand Golf Course 19 Sept 2008
Summer golf tournament to bring holiday joy
"Fore!" was an often-heard term Sept. 19 when Goodfellow golfers descended on Quicksand Golf Course to participate in this year's Friendship Golf Tournament.Every year, the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce, Military Affairs Committee, and Goodfellow Air Force Base partner-up to hold the fundraising event.Goodfellow personnel were teamed up with local
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Chief Master Sgt. Frederick Ricker, 17th Training Wing command chief master sergeant, mentors Airman First Class Andrew Hodges, 17th Communications Squadron, a member of the current First Term Airman Center class at Goodfellow Air Force Base, over coffee during the FTAC class's visit Thursday to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1815 in San Angelo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kasabyan Musal) Goodfellow welcomes Chief Ricker
He's been seen around Goodfellow in the past month: the new chief master sergeant with the second star - the 17th Training Wing command chief master sergeant. Chief Master Sgt. Frederick Ricker said his job is "to make sure every Airman, whether enlisted, officer or civilian, understands the commander's intent and vision." Additionally, a command
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Taylor Cambre, a Boy Scout from Troop 363, and Mike Noret, 17th Civil Engineer Squadron deputy base civil engineer, unpack border rock for the dry riverbed at the Goodfellow School-Age Facility Sept. 13. Taylor planned and led this undertaking as part of his Eagle Scout service project. Members of the 17 CES volunteered their time to help. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kasabyan Musal) Local Scout helps Goodfellow School-Age Facility
A San Angelo Boy Scout led a project to help the Goodfellow School-Age Facility build a dry riverbed over the past month. Taylor Cambre, an aspiring Eagle Scout with Boy Scouts of America Troop 363, partnered with volunteers from the 17th Civil Engineer Squadron and scouts from his troop as he carried out a service project to improve the area
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Members of the volunteer choir practice The Star-Spangled Banner at the Goodfellow Chapel Sept. 8. The choir, currently composed completely of enlisted, student Airmen, will perform at the Air Force Ball. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kasabyan Musal) Volunteer choir raises voice
The sound of singing coming from the Goodfellow Chapel might not seem out of place, but on Tuesdays, the songs you might hear are more patriotic than religious. Seventeen volunteers from Goodfellow Air Force Base, many of them with prior singing experience, have banded together to form a patriotic singing group. The group, which is open to
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Airmen from the 311th and 314th Training Squadrons at the Presidio of Monterey, Calif., visit pilots and intelligence personnel at Beale Air Force Base, Calif., Aug. 22. Beale is home to both the U-2 Dragon Lady and the RQ-4 Global Hawk Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, both of which are intelligence-gathering aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo) 311 TRS, 314 TRS Airmen visit ISR platforms, units
Forty-one Airmen from the 311th and 314th Training Squadrons at the Presidio of Monterey traveled to Beale Air Force Base, Calif., on August 22-23 to get an up-close look at the RQ-4 Global Hawk and the U-2 Dragon Lady. These intelligence platforms carry out missions for the 9th Reconnaissance Wing. The Airmen discussed the capabilities and
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17th Security Forces Squadron members navigate an obstacle course during a basic bicycle skills training course Aug. 22 on Goodfellow. Members of the 17 SFS took the course to augment Goodfellow’s security patrols with bikes. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. John Barton) 17 SFS trains hard to ride light
The 17th Security Forces Squadron held a 32-hour course Aug. 20 - 22 to learn basic police cyclist skills. The bike patrols will augment the already-present patrol cars on Goodfellow Air Force Base. Bicycles are a very versatile form of transportation, able to traverse foot paths, sidewalks and other areas where patrol cars would be unable to
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Default Air Force Logo Living dangerously on Goodfellow
On the north wall of the Norma Brown Building is the historic emblem of the 17th Training Wing. Perched atop the emblem is the mythological griffin, a fearsome creature formed from an eagle and a lion to achieve the perfect union of agility and strength. The griffin is our mascot. In the scroll beneath the emblem is our motto, Toujours Au Danger -
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