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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – Airman 1st Class Jebree M. Hinton, 17th Training Wing Legal Office Military Justice paralegal, receives her grilled sandwich at the Cressman Dining Facility May 6. Hinton and some other permanent party personnel as well as students already have meals deducted from their pay, so they do not need to worry about paying at the checkout. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Joshua Edwards) DFACs serve thousands daily
A team of dining facility employees serve four meals a day to thousands of students and permanent party here, totaling approximately one million meals every year.According to the Air Force Services Food Service mission statement, these employees work to ensure the DFACs provide wholesome and nutritious meals at all Force Support feeding operations,
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – Airman 1st Class Bradley Jenkins, 312th Training Squadron student and Airmen leader, checks his dress and appearance in his dorm room here April 23. As a yellow rope, Jenkins has to set the standard for other student Airmen to follow. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Breonna Veal) Training through a student's eyes
As a training base, part of Goodfellow's mission is to "develop exceptional fire protection professionals for America and Her allies," but Airman 1st Class Bradley Jenkins is more than just the average student. This 312th Training Squadron student bears a yellow rope on his left shoulder, signifying his ability to lead other Airmen while still
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – A Patriotic Blue member holds sheet music at the Taylor Chapel here May 6. Patriotic Blue practices the national anthem at every practice so that they are always prepared to sing it at the drop of a hat. (U.S Air Force photo illustration/ Airman 1st Class Devin Boyer) Join Patriotic Blue: Goodfellow's a cappella group
Patriotic Blue is a vocal group comprised of Goodfellow members, from all branches of service, whom sing the national anthem and other patriotic pieces at ceremonies and events.The group formed in 2009 when a few individuals auditioned to sing the national anthem at a wing change of command ceremony. Instead, the individuals came together to sing
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – Brian J. Davis, 17th Communications Squadron Communications Security manager, cruises by on his motorcycle at the multimedia center here April 30. Davis practices motorcycle safety by wearing a certified helmet, gloves and other protective gear. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Devin Boyer) May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness month
May is the start of Motorcycle Safety Awareness month, and motorists should take a moment to remind themselves of the importance of safety.According to looklearnlive.org, in Texas, most motorcycle incidents occur in the month of May."Everyone needs to be aware of motorcycle safety; drivers and motorcyclists," said Staff Sgt. Ashleigh J. Parr, 315th
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SAN ANGELO, Texas – A sign placed outside the San Angelo Visitor Center reminds people about the seriousness of the drought March 27. If the drought continues, San Angelo could run out of water in about 14-months. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Devin Boyer) Sun dried San Angelo
Most people have seen the cartoons where a road runner and coyote have an ongoing wild goose chase in what appears to be a barren wasteland. Well that wasteland could soon be San Angelo; that is if nothing is done to help conserve water.San Angelo receives all of its water from area lakes, which are currently drying up. According to
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas –Chief Master Sgt. Thomas F. Good, 17th Training Wing command chief, talks with Senior Airman Kadey L. Curtin, 17th Security Forces Squadron Plans and Programs technician and Tech. Sgt. Seth D. Swaboski, 17th SFS Plans and Programs superintendent, during an emersion here March 18. Good asked the Airmen questions about their time in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Breonna Veal) Chief sets the bar high for Team Goodfellow
With high expectations, the 17th Training Wing's newest command chief anticipates great things from all members here. Chief Master Sgt. Thomas F. Good, 17th TRW command chief, took charge as the wing's enlisted force leader and wing commander's personal advisor Feb. 10. "My goals are the commander's goals," started Good. "My job is to help get the
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – Team Goodfellow members listen to the master of ceremonies go through the order of events during the Women’s History Month Luncheon at the Event Center here March 27. This year’s theme for Women’s History Month was “Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment.” (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Breonna Veal) Senior master sergeant gives speech at women’s History Month Luncheon
Editor's note: This is 17th Training Group's Senior Master Sgt. Sharee Chabot's speech from the Women's History Luncheon at Event Center here March 27.Thank you Colonel Blake for the kind introduction. I'd like to take the time to thank this year's committee for giving me the opportunity to speak at this event. I am honored to be here with all of
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First sergeant (U.S. Air Force graphic)
Shine bright like a diamond
When Airmen start their journey in the Air Force, military training instructors and military training leaders lay the groundwork for their success. Continuing said journey, Airmen are guided and coached throughout their career by role models and leaders called first sergeants.In the Air Force, first sergeant is not a rank, but a special duty that
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SAN ANGELO, Texas-- Re-enactors from Fort Concho, a historical Army fort dating before the Civil War, fire a cannon from that time period. The unusual "Buffalo Soldiers" nickname was given to the black troops of the frontier west by the Northern Plains Indians after the Civil War, some of whom were stationed at this site. (Courtesy photo)  

Fort Concho educates community on Buffalo Soldiers
During February, people across America will recognize Black History Month celebrating the accomplishments of African-Americans and paying tribute to those who faced adversity in gaining equal rights. Within the San Angelo community, the Fort Concho Buffalo Soldiers Living History Unit will hold a Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Day at the Fort Concho
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Martin Luther King Jr. (courtesy photo) Remembering a dream 46 years later
The U.S. government recognizes noted civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.'s significant impact on the equal rights of African-Americans and other diverse groups with a federal holiday, recognized the third Monday of January each year. King's influence expands beyond the civilian world and has had wide-ranging effects on today's military
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