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The 75 days until the 75th Anniversary of Goodfellow Air Force Base kicks off Nov. 12, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Airman 1st Class Caelynn Ferguson/Released) Goodfellow celebrates its 75th Anniversary
It’s the middle of September in the year 1918 and the Weather Corps I Operation Order buzzes through the radio, “Visibility: Heavy driving wind and rain during parts of day and night. Roads: Very muddy.” 1st Lt. John J. Goodfellow, a San Angelo native, climbs into his French twin-seat reconnaissance aircraft, the Salmson 2A2, facing the danger of
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Past and present service members, representing each branch of the military, salute during the Wreaths Across America at the Belvedere Cemetery in San Angelo, Texas, Dec. 12, 2015. The salute was to honor deceased veterans. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Chase Sousa/Released) Remembering the Fallen
Every year since 1992, Wreaths Across America makes its way state-to-state, cemetery-to-cemetery with the intention to glorify and honor the fallen veterans that make up our past. Communities across the nation call upon WAA to bring wreaths for every fallen veteran. For San Angelo, this event took place at the Belvedere Cemetery Dec. 12.
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Matt the Knife, magician and mentalist, escapes a straitjacket during his performance at the theater on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, Dec. 4, 2015. Matt has performed at more than 100 different bases to give back to military personnel. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua Edwards/Released) Ex-conman visits Goodfellow
On Dec. 4, an ex-con turned illusionist named Matt the Knife visited Goodfellow Air Force Base to entertain and perform various tricks and tell jokes.During his teenage years, Matt started his conman lifestyle when he began pickpocketing, cheating cards and creating a burglary ring.At that time he began calling himself a sharp, a person who cheats
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Tech. Sgt. Rachel Franklin receives the Defense Language Institute Team Excellence Award. (Courtesy photo) 17th Training Wing Spotlight for November
Tech. Sgt. Rachel E. Franklin, Defense Language Institute military language instructor, is the newest 17th Training Wing Spotlight, a series highlighting Goodfellow Team members. Airman 1st Class Caelynn Ferguson, 17th Training Wing photojournalist: What led you to join the Air Force?Franklin: I joined the Air Force, like many, because I didn’t
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Luann Chastain, Special Olympics Area 14/Big Country area director, sits at her booth during the Volunteer Fair at the Carswell Field House on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, Oct. 28, 2015. The booth helped raise awareness about Special Olympics activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Chase Sousa/Released) Helping Through Selflessness
On Oct. 28, the Volunteer Fair kicked off by bringing organizations from all around the base and local area to the Carswell Field House offering different and unique opportunities for participants to sign their name and participate in various events. One volunteer program that stood out with its bright white and red colors was the Special Olympics
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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Sandra N. Centeno, 316th Training Squadron instructor, poses for a photo. (Courtesy photo) 20 Under 40
Sandra Centeno joined the Air Force after high school, served in Hawaii and Korea, and realized there's no place like home. So when an opportunity arose to serve as an intelligence instructor at Goodfellow Air Force Base, the 2005 Lake View High School alumna jumped at it. Today, she's flourishing personally, professionally and civically. Her
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas - Fall is here and daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m., Nov. 2. Individuals are reminded to set their clocks back an hour. Daylight saving is a perfect time to check fire, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, and to change out batteries. (U.S. Air Force graphic/ Rebecca Amber) Daylight saving time
Nov. 1, is the day to fall back marking the end of daylight saving time.  Some people will breeze seamlessly through the change, while others will feel out of it for a few days.  During the time change, there is an increase in safety incidents.  The increase of darkness around rush hour, when traffic is at a peak, is a concern for both drivers and
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An Adopt-a-Highway sign sits on Christoval Road, a road in San Angelo, Texas, that the Goodfellow Air Force Base Top 3 organization has adopted. Goodfellow has kept the San Angelo community clean by adopting highways since 2007. (U.S. Air Force illustration by Airman Caelynn Ferguson/Released) Keeping it Clean
A gloved hand reaches down amongst the pebbles and crackly weeds for a sun-bleached piece of plastic. The murmur of the clean-up group’s conversation rumbles underneath the sound of passing cars. Suddenly, a car horn gives out a short staccato of beeps. A San Angelo civilian waves and honks as they pass a blue sign with the words: “Adopt-a-Highway
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U.S. Air Force 2nd Lt. Brian Benavidez poses for a photo in Brandenburg Hall on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, Oct. 2, 2015. Benavidez is the Student of the Month spotlight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Chase Sousa/Released) Goodfellow 17th Training Wing Student Spotlight for September
U.S. Air Force 2nd Lt. Brian Benavidez, 315th Training Squadron Officer student, is the newest 17th Training Group Student of the Month Spotlight, a series highlighting Team Goodfellow students.17th Training Wing Public Affairs: What led you to join the military?Benavidez: I joined in 2006. I grew up in the North West and not many people joined the
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Jennifer Nelson, wife of wounded warrior U.S. Air Force Capt. Nathan Nelson, speaks to military members at the Airman and Family Readiness Center on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, Sept. 18, 2015. Jennifer spoke about her life with her husband, as well as the challenges they face. (U.S. Air Force photo Staff Sgt. Michael Smith/Released) The life of a wounded warrior's wife
Waking up to three men in uniform knocking on your door with somber faces and bibles is the last thing most military spouses would like to experience. For Jennifer Nelson, wife of Capt. Nathan Nelson, this moment was described as the beginning of her life as a wife of a wounded warrior, as she spoke at the Wounded Warrior Spouse Brief at the Airman
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