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Tech. Sgt. Kelly Bales, a training specialist with the 316th Training Squadron, poses for a photo with the Norma Brown Building in the background. Sergeant Bales received an Air Force Achievement Medal July 25 in recognition for saving a woman’s life. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez) NCO recognized for saving life
Every person currently serving in the Air Force has been trained to a certain degree on how to administer life saving skills in the battlefield--skills such as Self-Aid and Buddy Care. For servicemembers it's not often one imagines using such training or skills to save the life of a civilian, but for Tech. Sgt. Kelly Bales, a training specialist
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2007
(Left) Col. Ada Conlan, 17th Mission Support Group commander, passes the 17th Contracting Squadron guidon to Maj. Michael Hulin Wednesday at the Goodfellow Event Center. Major Hulin replaced Maj. Louis Orndorff. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Gina O’Bryan) New commanders take the reins
17 TRSS new commander takes charge of squadron A change-of-command ceremony for the 17th Training Support Squadron took place Wednesday at the Goodfellow Event Center.In the brief military ceremony Lt. Col. Robert Ehlers relinquished command of the squadron to Lt. Col. Georgette Young.Lieutenant Colonel Ehlers will remain at Goodfellow,
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2007
Tech. Sgt. Steven Mutka, a deployee from the 17th Security Forces Squadron, and son Andrew Mutka serve themselves during the pre-deployment picnic at the Goodfellow Event Center July 20. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kamaile Chan) Base shows appreciation for deployees and their families
The annual pre-deployment picnic was held at the Goodfellow Event Center on July 20. The event welcomed deployees as well as their family and friends.Goodfellow's local Senior NCO professional military organization, the Goodfellow Top 3 , helped plan and organize the event.More than 200 people were in attendance to enjoy the picnic style menu of
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2007
316th Training Squadron Sharks’ pitcher Stephen Kelnbach (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez) Sharks win Goodfellow softball championship
The 316th Training Squadrons A-team base softball team, the Sharks, became this year's base softball champions by defeating the Junk Yard Dogs of the 17th Mission Support Group in two games July 20 at Softball Field 1.Head Coach/starting pitcher Stephen Kalnbach said the 316 A-team had a great year, finishing the regular season with an 11-0 record.
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2007
Command Sgt. Maj.William Gainey, Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, pumps out one push up at the base theater during his briefing on July 12. Command Sgt. Maj. Gainey visited Goodfellow Air Force Base as the special guest speaker for the Goodfellow NCO Academy graduation.  (Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kamaile Chan) SEAC visits Goodfellow
To be honest, most of his audience didn't even know what he did for a living, other than to say he was a Soldier and he held some high position way up the chain of command. However, by the end of his time spent at Goodfellow AFB, not only did most people understand what he did, they understood a lot more about the man himself and the beliefs to
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2007
Junior firefighter camp attendees pose for a group photo on one of the fire trucks at the Goodfellow Fire Department. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kamaile Chan) Junior firefighter camp still smoking!
The Goodfellow Fire Department's annual Junior Firefighter camp was July 16 through today at the base fire station. The camp is a mentorship program offered to kids ages 10-13 years old to educate them on fire safety and prevention and also to give them a chance to see if firefighting would be a future career choice.Activities included how to
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2007
(Left to right) Maj. Louis Orndorff, 17th Contracting Squadron commander, pats Staff Sgt. Phillip Kaiser on the shoulder moments before the NCO boarded the first flight to begin his deployment journey. Sergeant Kaiser, a contracting administrator with the 17 CONS, is scheduled to be deployed to where he will be fulfil duties as a contracting officer for his deployed unit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Gina O'Bryan) Safe travels!

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2007
(From left to right) Master Sgt. Reginald McKnight, Mathis Fitness Center fitness superintendent; Martin Littlefield, Mathis Fitness Center director and Tech. Sgt. Thelma Soltero, fitness director, pose for a group photo around Reginoploy winner, Capt. Ed Miller, a military intelligence student from the 315th Training Squadron July 12 at Mathis Fitness Center. 

Capt. Miller placed first in the center’s three-month-long fitness competition called Reginopoly, styled after the popular American board game of Monoploy. The captain was awarded a video game entertainment system for finishing first. From April 1-June 30, the captain played the game by performing various types of physical workouts according to the location he landed on the board.

“It seemed like a lot of fun,” said Capt. Miller. “I liked the mix of different exercise incorporated in the competition. Competitions like this are a great way to augment a person’s standard workout.” Reginopoly was the center’s quarterly fitness competition for the second quarter of this year. The fitness center’s new quarterly fitness program is “Make a Splash.” It runs July 1-September 30. For more information about the program, call the fitness center at 654-3242.

(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez) Student officer wins fitness competition

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Housing privatization gets closer
Every now and then you get to be nearby when something changes forever. This is one of those times--the Department of Defense's Housing Privatization (HP) initiative is forever changing the way military families live on or near our bases.After several years of effort and preparation, we at Goodfellow will make that transition later this summer and
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2007
The July 3 Pops Concert literally ended with a bang as guests enjoyed a fireworks show which lasted more than 30 minutes. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cadet Stephen Ayres) And the rockets' red glare: a booming good Independence Day
More than 20,000 people gathered around the banks of the Concho River in downtown San Angelo to enjoy the 2007 All American Pops Concert July 3 at the Bill Aylor Sr. Memorial River Stage. The San Angelo Community Band and the San Angelo Symphony Orchestra celebrate another year of existence for the "Good 'ol U.S.A." with stellar, musical
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2007
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