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Default Air Force Logo The Goodfellow Rising Six
The Goodfellow Rising Six was founded in 1993; since then the local military professional organization has provided several reasons why one should support and join it."The Rising Six provides a forum for the junior enlisted force of Goodfellow to voice their concerns on important matters. It provides opportunities to practice and refine your
0 8/04
2007
Default Air Force Logo SABC: Not just another Air Force acronym
Self aid and buddy care is a life-saving skill taught to all Airmen and is a requirement that begins in Basic Military Training. Throughout their careers Airmen will receive refresher training in this important class approximately every two years.Most of the Airmen at Goodfellow AFB receive the SABC training at Global War on Terror training. A few
0 8/04
2007
Default Air Force Logo Get out and play!
Outdoor recreation is something that most folks enjoy with plenty of fresh air, beautiful scenery and all that comes with it. That's exactly what Goodfellow recreation camp offers its troops and families.The Goodfellow Recreation Camp, located at Lake Nasworthy, has become a choice recreational area for folks within a 150-mile radius. The campsite
0 8/04
2007
Default Air Force Logo NCOA: A voice for the enlisted at the Capitol
The local chapter of the Non-Commissioned Officers' Association (NCOA) shares insight to why people should join and support the organization."The association provides a strong voice on Capitol Hill for benefits and quality-of-life improvements for active duty, reserve, and retired members of all of the armed forces," said Tech. Sgt. Jay Wingfield,
0 8/03
2007
Members of the local Air Force Sergeants Association, Chapter 1066, take part in the annual Veterans’ Day Parade in downtown San Angelo in 2005. (Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez) AFSA: Speaking for the people behind the stripes
Air Force enlisted members have options when it comes to having their voices and concerns being heard; the Air Force Sergeants Association is one of those options. "We (the Air Force Sergeants Association) are an international organization dedicated to speaking out on behalf of the people behind the stripes," said Master Sgt. Mark Brown, president
0 8/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Summer fire safety tips
Summertime is here and it is time once again to celebrate all the wonderful freedoms we enjoy in America. Many of you will be camping, grilling, or just plain having fun in the outdoors. Here are some tips to help guarantee a safe and happy summer. BARBEQUE-When using barbecue grills on decks or patios, be sure to leave sufficient space from siding
0 7/06
2007
Default Air Force Logo 4th of July safety
Ah, the 4th of July: in my humble patriotic opinion, the best of all the holidays. Good weather and greasy barbeque make for an enjoyable weekend. It isn't always that great though. Especially not for the approximately 9,000 people who receive injuries from fireworks every year. Or the insurance companies who pay an average of more than $18 million
0 7/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Beating the Texas heat
It's getting to be that time of year again; the temperatures are starting to hit the low 90s, black or red flags are flying and 4:45 p.m. finds you sitting in your air-conditioned dorm room, wondering "what can I do when it's so darn hot outside?"Some of you have realized this is a year-round question, as well - after all, there's only so many
0 7/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo "High-speed" Airman selected for FBI National Academy
"Are you ready to go?"Those were the first words Lt. Col. Kenneth O'Neil, 17th Security Forces commander, asked right before notifying Capt. Brian Copper, 17 SFS operations officer, that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had selected him to attend the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Va."I thought Lt. Col. O'Neil was talking about me getting
0 6/15
2007
Default Air Force Logo AFA offers volunteerism, “Airmen helping Airmen”
The Fort Concho Chapter 305 of the Air Force Association, a professional military organization, will hold its next meeting June 21, 4 p.m. at the officer's lounge in the Goodfellow Event Center.AFA membership isn't required to come check out the organization, and if you're looking for an opportunity to volunteer in the community, the AFA might be
0 6/08
2007
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