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Default Air Force Logo Recycling Saves Energy
We all know that we should be saving energy at every opportunity, but did you know recycling also contributes to the nation's energy conservation drive? Making the choice to recycle is a matter of personal effort that means taking a few moments to consider what gets thrown away, or if it can be recycled. For most paper items it is easy, use the
0 7/30
2009
Default Air Force Logo Assessment Helps Prepare for PT Test
Failing a physical training test can impact your military career. Now that the Air Force is toughening up with a twice a year test, it is more important than ever to stay fit. If you're one of those who has trouble staying in shape, there is help for you. The Mathis Fitness Center, has a physical assessment program, which can help you prepare for
0 7/24
2009
Default Air Force Logo Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Think Safety First!
We are currently in week 8 of the 101 Critical Days of Summer Campaign and the focus is bicycle and pedestrian safety. Each year pedestrian fatalities comprise about 11 percent of all traffic fatalities and there are approximately 4,600 pedestrian deaths. Another 70,000 pedestrians are injured in roadway crashes annually. Here are some tips to
0 7/17
2009
Default Air Force Logo No matter what obstacles
Lauren Russell was born and raised in Washington, D.C. where she grew to love the game of basketball from an early age. From the time she started playing basketball in fifth grade to her completion of high school, Lauren distinguished herself by joining the Thousand Points Club and being awarded "Athlete of the Year" two years in a row by the
0 6/12
2009
Default Air Force Logo Not just any noise
As summer approaches, Team Goodfellow must be prepared for natural disasters such as severe thunderstorms, extreme heat, flash floods and tornadoes. Thankfully, Goodfellow has a warning system, called the Giant Voice System, which provides sirens and other messages to prepare Team Goodfellow for natural and other disasters. It is imperative that
0 6/02
2009
One of the houses slated for Airmen and NCOs at The Landings at Goodfellow (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Clayton Lenhardt) The Landings at Goodfellow
Picture this: brand new homes located less than five minutes off base, fully equipped with community recreational facilities, including basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, picnic and barbeque areas, a community center with a fitness area and great neighbors, all within your budget. This is what every Goodfellow Air Force Base servicemember
0 5/29
2009
Default Air Force Logo Summer fun in San Angelo
It's that time of the year again - you can walk outside and instantly be drenched in sweat. Of course, in San Angelo sometimes that occurs in the middle of January, but by June or July this kind of weather can really discourage you from going outside and doing anything. However, there are tons of different activities to do on Goodfellow and in San
0 5/29
2009
Default Air Force Logo Swimming pool safety tips
It is a terrible tragedy that a swimming pool built for pleasure and relaxation so often ends in the drowning death of an infant. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, there may be approximately 500 residential pool drownings annually, and about 3,000 residential near-drownings involving children under five that require
0 5/29
2009
Default Air Force Logo 312 TRS instructor pedals to victory, fitness with Air Force Cycling Team
With summer right around the corner, it's time for some recreation. Some activities to do could be going to the beach, boating on the lake or camping. Here's a new one for you to try: cycling. In the endless pursuit of excellence, however, not just any ordinary cycling will do: try going 470 miles in a single week in Iowa during the hottest month
0 5/22
2009
Default Air Force Logo Goodfellow puts stimulus to use
Goodfellow Air Force Base was awarded $35.9 million from the Economic Stimulus Package 2009 to fund different projects. $28 million will be used to build the new 400-person dormitory. "Fourteen other projects were funded by the stimulus package, and ten of those were SABER projects," said Bart Jennings, the Chief of Simplified Acquisition of Base
0 5/22
2009
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