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  • Marines give back to the community

    The Marine Corps is working hard to be Santa Claus this year, as Toys for Tots gets started.Toys for Tots started back in 1947 and has been working in San Angelo for the past 15 years. The primary goal of Toys for Tots is to deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters that will assist them in becoming
  • Pillars of security

    Many people don't understand the relationship between Operations Security, Information Assurance, Information Protection, Anti-Terrorism Force Protection, and Communications Security. They may think these programs are separate because each program may have different management or may fall under different units within an organization. However, all
  • Hispanic Heritage Month

    Good food and lively dancing are usually some of the first things on people's mind when it comes to Hispanic culture. However, Hispanic and Latino people are so much more than that and it is recognized in Hispanic Heritage Month.Hispanic Heritage Month started Sept. 15 and ends Oct. 15. It is a time to recognize the contributions that Hispanic and
  • Professional Airman

    On a cool autumn morning, a squadron commander, a chief, a first sergeant and a squadron staff were out running around the base track. It was a PT day, a Wednesday. At the time we started it was still a bit dark outside, when a young Airmen on the fitness center staff ran out from the front desk to inform the commander that the command post was on
  • SAPR helps Team Goodfellow by raising awareness

    The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office wants Team Goodfellow to know they are here to help active duty or dependent victims of an assault get the care and support they need."We are here to help the victim of a sexual assault throughout the entire process," said Donna Casey, Sexual Assault and Response Coordinator. "We are someone to talk
  • Summer weather and heat stress

    Summertime can bring a range of weather challenges and potential dangers. Some of these threats can occur with little warning, so do what you can to prepare by assembling an emergency kit and forming a plan of action.ยท Lightning: In the U.S., lightning kills more people each year than tornadoes and hurricanes. If you can hear thunder, you are
  • Are You Prepared?

    As members of the Military, we are expected to maintain a good financial standing, and ensure the well-being of our family. "The key to financial responsibility is living within your means," said Maj. Yolanda Taylor, 17th Comptroller Squadron Commander, "Members need to prepare for the future, start saving money early in their careers and consult
  • Goodfellow School Liaison should be on your speed dial

    As a parent and military spouse, getting news of our next assignment can sometimes rank up with there with the finding out the sex of our unborn child. As soon as we hear the mere mention of a possible new assignment, no matter how remote it may be, we make a B-line for the computer. You might think we look up housing or shopping, maybe base
  • Family Advocacy: A place to turn to for help

    For people struggling at home, the Family Advocacy program can be a place to turn to for help. The primary focus of the program is to educate service members and their families on a variety of topics ranging from the birth of a child, to keeping personal relationships strong and preventing spousal and child abuse. Some of the program's functions
  • PCS Guide: 460th Space Wing, Buckley Air Force Base, Colo.

    Buckley Air Force Base, located east of Aurora, Colo., is an Air Force Space Command base that serves more than 92,000 active duty, National Guard, Reserve and retired personnel throughout the Front Range community. Buckley Air Force Base defends America through its air operations, space-based missile warning capabilities, space surveillance
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