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Several retired members have been working to put together a Norton Air Force Base Reunion on March 4 and 5.  A reunion gala dinner overlooking the California base's flightline in the new Domestic Terminal of the San Bernardino International Airport is planned.  Special invited guests include retired Gens. Duane Cassidy and Duncan McNabb. War stories, music and camaraderie with veterans of the 63rd and 445th Military Airlift Wing will set the tone of this long overdue evening together. This event is open to all "Norton-ites" and their guests. Anyone who has Norton memorabilia that they would like to donate to the Norton Museum should bring it. Museum members will be there and will give receipts for donated items.  People with items they would like to display during this event should contact the museum staff at  Use the same email address to inquire about reserving a table or seating arrangements for the dinner.
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Combat-Related Special CompensationThe Air Force Combat-Related Special Compensation program is managed by the USAF Physical Disability Division of the Air Force Personnel Center. The CRSC board is made up of former military and civilian personnel whose experiences include war-time duties, flying duties and medical training. The review board conducts a detailed analysis of your application to determine if in-service evidence exists to confirm your conditions were the direct result of a combat-related event or injury. If so, the board will authorize a special monthly payment to you called CRSC.

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Spring/Summer 2015 Afterburner posted
The Spring/Summer 2015 edition of the Afterburner has been posted.  This edition is available in pdf format for downloading and printing:
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