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Col. Merrily Madero, 17th Training Wing vice commander, pins a fire protection badge on Airman Basic Jessica Morehouse during a special graduation ceremony Feb. 14. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Angela Malek) Firedawg’s dad watches graduation from Iraq
Graduation is a time of triumph and celebration for the technical training students at Goodfellow Air Force Base, and like many celebrations, Airmen invite family and friends to see them move forward from training status and into the active Air Force. However, Airman Basic Jessica Morehouse, a recent graduate of the Louis F. Garland Department of
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Dental assistant sings toward the top
As Tops in Blue, the Air Force's premier entertainment showcase, comes through San Angelo Sunday, one member of the audience will be looking for her friends in the cast and may even quietly hum along. Staff Sgt. Marcie Walton, a dental assistant with the 17th Medical Group, tried out for the show during 10 days of grueling audtions at Lackland Air
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Brothers in arms
Military members refer to each other as brothers in arms, but it's literally true for two Goodfellow Airmen. Tech. Sgt. Keith Wallace, a master instructor with the 315th Training Squadron, and Airman 1st Class Alan Morford, grew up in a small town in Kentucky, and moved to Bloomington, Il., when Sergeant Wallace was 14 and Airman Morford 11. Four
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2008
Bobby Watts, Goodfellow Air Force Base security guard, scans a military ID Jan. 28 at the base's north entrance. Base security personnel will randomly use the scanner in order to verify a person's authorization to enter the installation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Luis Loza Gutierrez) Scan to pass: ID scanners enhance security
If deadly weapons, Military Working Dogs with sharp teeth, stern looks and a "not on my watch" mentality weren't enough of a deterrent for people trying to enter Goodfellow Air Force Base without authorization, then not to worry as 17th Security Forces Squadron has another tool to go along with their arsenal, although it won't sound like a M-16
0 2/04
2008
Front row from left to right: Mabel Snider, Sarvis district manager; Kimberly Houston, Commissary store manager; Derek Hopper, scholarship recipient and Col. Richard Ayres, 17th Training Wing commander, pose for a group photo after a scholarship presentation ceremony Wednesday at the Goodfellow Commissary. Bryan and Joy Hopper stand behind their son Derek.  (Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez.) DeCA helps military children go to college
The Scholarships for Military Children Program applications, sponsored by the Defense Commissary Agency, are currently available for 2008. Since its inception in 2001, the Scholarships for Military Children Program has awarded more than 3,000 scholarships totaling over $5 million. "The Defense Commissary Agency understands that the cost of a
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Goodfellow opens tax center Feb. 4
Active-Duty Members Assigned to Goodfellow: All active-duty members assigned to Goodfellow desiring to get free tax assistance in preparing their federal income tax returns and free electronic filing must first go through their Unit Tax Advisor. This will allow the member and the UTA to remain within close proximity of their duty section. This
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2008
Default Air Force Logo The HAWC: your free health club
Take advantage of this fabulous free health club, a benefit earned by all our beneficiaries. Our Health and Wellness Center personnel teach and provide counseling in fitness, nutrition, disease prevention and life style modification programs. The staff has more than 20 years expertise in areas such as diabetes management, high blood pressure and
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2008
SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFPN) -- Airman 1st Class Yi Liu immigrated from China to the United States in 2003 when she was 21 years old. Shortly after, she joined the Air Force. She is now assigned to the 379th Expeditionary Services Squadron at a forward-deployed location. (U.S. Air Force photo) Sky is the limit for Goodfellow Airman
Though most Airmen are familiar with the idea of receiving gifts in December, one of Goodfellow's Airmen received her best present the day before Thanksgiving. In Senior Airman Yi Liu's journal, which she started three years ago as a services apprentice, are the words "I want to be a linguist." In that same journal, she talks about how she yearns
0 12/11
2007
Default Air Force Logo NSPS questions answered
For approximately 200 civilians at Goodfellow Air Force Base, this past year has brought about significant changes to their pay and appraisal systems. Under the National Security Personnel System, or NSPS, pay for performance is the name of the game. Even though the new system has been in place for a year, many questions remain. To help answer
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2007
Default Air Force Logo WWII pilots visit Goodfellow
Six former members of the World War II-era 310th Fighter Squadron and their families visited Goodfellow Oct. 12, meeting with Airmen and remembering their time in the Air Force. James Driscoll, Gus Roberts, Roy Tanner, Jim Reed, George Reid and Dick Burnett are all former P-47 Thunderbolt pilots with the 310 FS. All offered the Airmen they met
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2007
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