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  • Goodfellow opens tax center Feb. 4

    Active-Duty Members Assigned to Goodfellow: All active-duty members assigned to Goodfellow desiring to get free tax assistance in preparing their federal income tax returns and free electronic filing must first go through their Unit Tax Advisor. This will allow the member and the UTA to remain within close proximity of their duty section. This
  • The HAWC: your free health club

    Take advantage of this fabulous free health club, a benefit earned by all our beneficiaries. Our Health and Wellness Center personnel teach and provide counseling in fitness, nutrition, disease prevention and life style modification programs. The staff has more than 20 years expertise in areas such as diabetes management, high blood pressure and
  • Sky is the limit for Goodfellow Airman

    Though most Airmen are familiar with the idea of receiving gifts in December, one of Goodfellow's Airmen received her best present the day before Thanksgiving. In Senior Airman Yi Liu's journal, which she started three years ago as a services apprentice, are the words "I want to be a linguist." In that same journal, she talks about how she yearns
  • NSPS questions answered

    For approximately 200 civilians at Goodfellow Air Force Base, this past year has brought about significant changes to their pay and appraisal systems. Under the National Security Personnel System, or NSPS, pay for performance is the name of the game. Even though the new system has been in place for a year, many questions remain. To help answer
  • WWII pilots visit Goodfellow

    Six former members of the World War II-era 310th Fighter Squadron and their families visited Goodfellow Oct. 12, meeting with Airmen and remembering their time in the Air Force. James Driscoll, Gus Roberts, Roy Tanner, Jim Reed, George Reid and Dick Burnett are all former P-47 Thunderbolt pilots with the 310 FS. All offered the Airmen they met
  • 2007 Hispanic Heritage Observance Luncheon

    The Goodfellow Hispanic Heritage Committee hosted the 2007 Hispanic Heritage Month Observance Luncheon Oct. 11 at the Event Center. Approximately 150 people attended the event designed to raise cultural awareness of the contributions of Hispanics in American society.In 1988, Public Law 100-42, established September 15 through Oct. 15 as Hispanic
  • War room reflects squadron's creativity, hard work

    Throughout the year, the 17th Comptroller Squadron has various spots around its office decorated to reflect different themes and times of the year.The end of the 2007 fiscal year was no exception, but this time the entire room showcased the creative spirit and hard work of the squadron, especially two of its Airmen. Senior Airman Gina Webber and
  • CFC kicks off at Goodfellow with fire truck pull, breakfast

    Goodfellow kicked off its 2007 Combined Federal Campaign season in style Tuesday, with a kick-off breakfast starting the day and a Fire Truck Pull fund-raiser.CFC representatives are available by squadron for anyone interested in donating to the campaign. More information will be provided in two briefings today, at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. at the base
  • 313 TRS Airman defies odds, cancer

    In November 2005, then-Senior Airman Donald Ells reported to the 313th Training Squadron at Corry Station for an intermediate-level signals analysis course. He knew it was a challenging course, but he hoped he would have some free time to visit the area's famous white-sand beaches and maybe even squeeze in some fishing before he left. Fate had
  • SAM Squad pulls through challenges

    The SAM Squad, the Louis F. Garland Department of Defense Fire Academy's international firefighter challenge competitive team, has found success in many competitions during this year's competitions."The team is doing great, but there is always room for improvement," said Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Nicholas Cook.The squad of fire academy instructors is
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