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  • Beyond the flightline

    The United States Air Force Thunderbirds did more during their visit to San Angelo than their aerial acrobatics during Air Fiesta '08. The air demonstration team visited patients and staff at both Shannon Medical Center and Community Medical Center, spoke to students at Central and Lake View High Schools and conducted both a re-enlistment ceremony
  • Become a Goodfellow Transformer

    The 17th Services Division's Mathis Fitness Center staff is scheduled to hold a fitness competitions in April called Transformers. Transformers is a competition along the lines of the popular tv-show, "The Biggest Loser," said Michelle Ammon, Goodfellow Air Force Base sports director. The competition is scheduled to kick off April 1 and
  • Crime and punishment

    Criminal misconduct can have serious consequences for both an individual's future in the military and in his or her life after the military. Some of the more common offenses include underage drinking, providing alcohol to a minor, driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, illegal drug use and shoplifting, just to name a few. The consequences
  • Get ready for Air Fiesta ‘08

    Air Fiesta '08 is just a week away! All our preparation is about to pay off in what will be an incredible display of "Airpower over West Texas." Take another look at the Air Fiesta schedule at http://goodfellow.schultzairshows.com/. We've added several exciting demonstrations you won't want to miss. Remember, there are still volunteer opportunities
  • Our Military Presidents

    Presidents' Day is on Monday, a federal holiday designated to give tribute to all those who have served in our nation's highest political office. In observance of that special day, we present the following facts about the men who were once fellow brothers in arms before they ever held the title of commander in chief of the U.S. armed forces.
  • Firedawg’s dad watches graduation from Iraq

    Graduation is a time of triumph and celebration for the technical training students at Goodfellow Air Force Base, and like many celebrations, Airmen invite family and friends to see them move forward from training status and into the active Air Force. However, Airman Basic Jessica Morehouse, a recent graduate of the Louis F. Garland Department of
  • Dental assistant sings toward the top

    As Tops in Blue, the Air Force's premier entertainment showcase, comes through San Angelo Sunday, one member of the audience will be looking for her friends in the cast and may even quietly hum along. Staff Sgt. Marcie Walton, a dental assistant with the 17th Medical Group, tried out for the show during 10 days of grueling audtions at Lackland Air
  • Brothers in arms

    Military members refer to each other as brothers in arms, but it's literally true for two Goodfellow Airmen. Tech. Sgt. Keith Wallace, a master instructor with the 315th Training Squadron, and Airman 1st Class Alan Morford, grew up in a small town in Kentucky, and moved to Bloomington, Il., when Sergeant Wallace was 14 and Airman Morford 11. Four
  • Scan to pass: ID scanners enhance security

    If deadly weapons, Military Working Dogs with sharp teeth, stern looks and a "not on my watch" mentality weren't enough of a deterrent for people trying to enter Goodfellow Air Force Base without authorization, then not to worry as 17th Security Forces Squadron has another tool to go along with their arsenal, although it won't sound like a M-16
  • DeCA helps military children go to college

    The Scholarships for Military Children Program applications, sponsored by the Defense Commissary Agency, are currently available for 2008. Since its inception in 2001, the Scholarships for Military Children Program has awarded more than 3,000 scholarships totaling over $5 million. "The Defense Commissary Agency understands that the cost of a