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Default Air Force Logo 311 TRS MTL named best of 2006
A member of one of Team Goodfellow's geographically separated units was recognized May 8 for his outstanding performance as a military training leader.Senior Master Sgt. Steven Davison, assigned to the 311th Training Squadron, was named U.S. Air Force Military Training Leader of the Year, Senior Category, for 2006."It was a total surprise,"
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Matthew Dunn and Petty Officer 1st Class Carol Adsit work together to demonstrate the value of good communication during a DEFY activity. Petty Officer Adsit is a volunteer with the program. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Kamaile Chan) Kids take a stand to DEFY drugs
Thirty children, ages 8-12, from the San Angelo area spent the week from June 20 - 25 learning about the dangers of drugs and alcohol from 15 volunteer mentors on Goodfellow.Drug Education for Youth, a program sponsored by the Navy, engages children in activities designed to keep them away from drugs. This year's program was held at the base chapel
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(From right to left in the front:) Airman Caitlin Davies, 316th Training Squadron student, holds the lid up for Master Sgt. Kris Marshall, one of the recycling event coordinators, during “Goodfellow Recycles Day” Saturday at the base commissary parking lot.  Also in photo (far left) Tech. Sgt. Jaime Wilkerson, Airman Chris Zimbrich (looking at him) and TSgt. Malik Barnes looking into trailer. The Goodfellow NCO Academy class 07-5 sponsored the event.

“The purpose of this project is to educate, as well as, encourage people on the importance of recycling,” said Master Sgt. Marshall. Recycling has many benefits. We are here to show people what some of those benefits are,” he added.

 A recycling trailer was made available at the Southeast side of the Commissary parking lot. The trailer is still located at the parking lot for individuals wishing to donate recycleable items. The following items are accepted at the trailer: plastics (#1 and #2), aluminum cans and steel or tin food cans. 

For more information, please contact Tech. Sgt. Kris Marshall via Master Sgt. Theresa Meyer at 654-3586. For students wanting to help, call Airman Davies at (267) 391-6237 or Airman Chris Zimbrich at (608) 886-4864(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez) Goodfellow recycles

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Default Air Force Logo 17 TRW commander sends message for the 4th of July
It's that time of year, again. Out come the coolers, barbecues and sparklers, all for Americans to relax and enjoy time off with friends and loved ones; time off well-deserved by everyone here on Team Goodfellow. As we approach our nation's birthday and prepare for backyard gatherings and the big fireworks show, let's not forget to take the time to
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2007
Lt. Col. Thomas Dobbs accepts the 316th Training Squadron guidon from Col. D. Scott George, 17th Training Group commander, during a change-of command ceremony Tuesday in front of the Norma Brown Building while Master Sgt. Russel Howard, 316 TRS first sergeant, looks on. Lt. Col. Dobbs replaces Lt. Col. Richard Moorehead as 316 TRS commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Gina O’Bryan) 316 TRS gets new commander
A change-of-command ceremony was held for the 316th Training Squadron Tuesday at the Norma Brown Building flag pole.Lt. Col. Thomas Dobbs took command from Lt. Col. Richard Moorehead, who is headed to Nellis Air Force Base, Nev.Lt. Col Dobbs comes from an assignment as deputy chief of the Doctrine Branch of the Concepts, Strategy and Wargaming
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Members of the 311th Training Squadron take part in a change-of-command ceremony June 21 at Soldier Field at Presidio of Monterey, Calif., home to the Defense Language Institute, a joint-military training center. The 311 TRS is one of three geographically separated units under the 17th Training Wing at Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas. The 311 TRS has more than 1,700 people assigned to it. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Sal Marullo) New 311 TRS commander takes over
A change-of-command ceremony was held June 21 for the 311th Training Squadron at the Presidio of Monterey, Calif.Lt. Col. Paul Issler took command from Lt. Col. Marilyn Rogers, who is headed to the National Air & Space Intelligence Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.Lt. Col. Issler comes from MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., where he was
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Miko Montemayor, 17th Services Division lifeguard, competes in the three-mile portion of the second annual triathlon Saturday. Montemayor helped his team place second overall. His team finished with a time of 56 minutes and 26 seconds. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. John Barton) Mathis Fitness Center holds 2nd annual Base Triathlon
The 17th Services Division's Mathis Fitness Center hosted the Goodfellow Triathlon for the second consecutive year Saturday.More than 150 people took part in the event. Approximately 60 of them were competitors. The size of the attendance at this year's triathlon was proof of the events continuing success."We had nine teams last year, and we had 29
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(From left to right) Sgt. 1st Class Susanne Watts salutes while Pfc. Kevin Bell and Spc. Hung Zhang ceremoniously lower the American flag which flies in front of the Vance Nolan Building, headquarters to the 344th Military Intelligence Battalion. The 344th retires the colors everyday during retreat, including weekends. The retreat ceremony serves a twofold purpose. It signals the end of the official duty day and serves as a ceremony for paying respect to the flag. 

When persons not assigned to a formation are outdoors and in uniform, on the first note of retreat, they should face the flag (if visible) or music and assume the position of parade rest.  At the beginning of the national anthem, individuals should stand at attention, salute and maintain the salute for the duration of the playing of the national anthem. Lower the Colors

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2007
Goodfellow NCO Academy Goodfellow NCO Academy to close
After training nearly 6,000 Airmen in the Profession of Arms, the Goodfellow NCO Academy is awaiting final orders to close its doors in 2008. The College for Enlisted Professional Military Education made the decision to decrease NCO Academy training capacity based on many factors, but the bottom line is there are simply fewer technical sergeants in
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Col. D. Scott George, 17th Training Group commander, passes the 315th Training Squadron guidon to Lt. Col. Thomas Hensley during a change-of-command ceremony, which took place June 14 in front of the Norma Brown Building. Lt. Col Hensley replaced Lt. Col. Devin Swallow. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Gina O’Bryan) New commanders take the reins
Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Det. 847Angelo State University's Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps program welcomed their new commander June 4.Col. Michael Buck assumed command of Air Force ROTC Det. 847 from Col. Brian Brown, who retired June 15.Col. Buck came to Det. 847 from Washington D.C., where he served as executive
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