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Default Air Force Logo Profile of a Warrior - King Kamehameha I
(Editor's note: This commentary has been submitted in observance of Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month.) Aloha! Planning to visit the enchanted islands of Hawai'i (Hawai'ins prefer to spell the state in this fashion) soon? Sometime this month? Āiwaiwa (Fantastic)! Your first stop will be at the city of Honolulu, which is the state
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2008
Staff Sgt. Benjamin Kramer (left), Senior Master Sgt. Robert Mayor (right) and 1st Lt. Brandon Vigneron (rear right), all students  in Advanced Contingency Skills Training Course 08-4, carry a simulated wounded patient to a safe area during the combat first aid portion of the ACST course on a Fort Dix, N.J., range April 11, 2008. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt Samuel Rogers) Combat skills training creates stronger Airmen
I returned April 18 from two weeks of training that I may never use -- two weeks of crawling through mud, running with 40 pounds of body armor strapped to my shoulders and head, and eating field rations. I'd do it all again in a heartbeat. The training I attended was the Air Force's Advanced Combat Skills Training course, offered at the U.S. Air
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Reporting Child Abuse
Keeping kids safe from harm and violence is up to every one of us! Violence against children only ends when a child comes forward or a concerned person recognizes the warning signs and reports the abuse. Sometimes, people may fear getting personally involved or they may be in denial of a child they know who is being hurt. Making a call to the
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2008
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Chief Master Sgt. Steve Alexander is surrounded by family, friends, and co-workers at the airport as he prepares to depart on a recent deployment. Chief Alexander is assigned to the 50th Space Communications Squadron. (courtesy photo)                            Air Force, community rally behind deploying servicemembers and their families
Believe it or not, just one person in this picture is deploying. The other people are there to show their support for both the deploying member and his family. If you look closely, you will see Airmen, NCOs, civilians and senior officers all in the picture.This is just one of the ways the 50th Space Wing shows its support for our Air Force
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Passover: A celebrated Jewish holiday from April 19-27
Passover, or Pesach in Hebrew, is one of the three major pilgrimage festivals of ancient Israel. Originally a combination of a couple of different spring festivals, it is a commemoration of the Exodus from Egypt--especially the night when God "passed over" the houses of the Israelites during the tenth plague--and of the following day, when the
0 4/15
2008
Shield for the Air Force Space Command 2007 Outstanding Airmen of the Year ceremonies. Taking care of Airmen a top priority
Win today's fight. Take best care of our people. Prepare for tomorrow's challenges. These are the overarching priorities of our Air Force. Even while fighting a Global War on Terrorism and striving to find the ways and means to recapitalize our capabilities, we still make taking care of our people a top priority. I'm honored to be a member of such
0 4/03
2008
Default Air Force Logo AFAF provides for those in need
I have always given to Air Force Assistance Fund throughout my career, but never had first-hand  knowledge of what they could do. Since 1997, I have been a staunch supporter of AFAF and the Air Force Aid Society in particular. While stationed at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, I had a cough that just wouldn't go away. After a few doctor visits, I
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2008
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Master Sgt. Mike Evert's family benefited from Air Force Assistance Fund donations in 1997. Sergeant Evert was assigned to the 22nd Space Operations Squadron here until his death Jan. 18, 2008. His widow, Debbie, continues to encourage Airmen to donate to AFAF. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) Widow of Schriever NCO: Thank you for giving to Air Force Aid
Editor's Note: In February 2006, the Satellite Flyer published a commentary by Master Sgt. Michael Evert, who credited the Air Force Assistance Fund and the Air Force Aid Society with helping him and his family through several difficult situations. Sergeant Evert died Jan. 18 from complications from a brain hemorrhage. What follows is a message of
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Eyes on OPSEC: Telephone Security
In 1876, a young inventor whose wife and mother were deaf was researching how sound is transmitted, in the hopes of restoring hearing to his loved ones. He realized an electrical signal could be created with peaks and valleys, just as the air carries sound waves to the ear. Further, this electrical signal could be sent over a wire across vast
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2008
Cover art for the Vol. 1, Issue 1 of Wingman Magazine -- the magazine is available on the Air Force Safety Center's Web site at www.afsafety.af.mil/SEMM/wingman.shtml. AF Safety chief shares winter tips
While the winter months can be an exciting time of year, they can also be extremely dangerous. Twenty Airmen lost their lives from December 2006-March 2007, and as a result, the lives of their families will never be the same! Winter not only brings low temperatures, fewer hours of daylight, and slippery road conditions; it brings countless
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2008
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