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Default Air Force Logo 'Living legends' discuss Air Force of yesterday, today
In keeping with the Air Force's 60th anniversary theme, "Heritage to Horizons," a panel of four war veterans gathered recently at the Pentagon Conference Center to discuss the challenges and triumphs of air power over the years. The theme of the discussion was, "The Jet Age: Korea, Vietnam, Cold War." The panel included retired Gen. Hal Hornburg,
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Force seeking families of Americans buried in Libya
Air Force officials recently returned from Libya with the remains of 72 deceased Americans, believed to be family members of Airmen once stationed at Wheelus Air Base located outside of Tripoli, the nation's capital. Mark Blair, the chief of Air Force Mortuary Affairs, was one of the experts called to fly to Tripoli and head the project. "The Air
0 3/27
2008
Default Air Force Logo Secretary Wynne explains force-shaping reasons
Secretary of the Air Force Michael W. Wynne has sent the following letter to all Airmen. The letter explains the reasons behind current and future force-shaping measures: "Probably the most difficult part of my job as your Secretary is releasing patriotic Americans from serving in our Air Force, but it is a step we nevertheless must take. One of
0 3/27
2008
Default Air Force Logo Retirees can subscribe to 'The Wright Stuff'
Retirees can subscribe to Air University's The Wright Stuff, a new online e-mail publication. The publication quickly disseminates articles, videos and book reviews dealing with air, space and cyberspace to the Air Force audience. By subscribing to The Wright Stuff, retirees can stay connected to the Air Force, be informed on what is going on in
0 3/27
2008
Default Air Force Logo Retiree logs more than 31,000 volunteer hours at base clinic
Dentists, servicemembers, commanders and VIPs who work at and visit the Randolph Dental Clinic can count on one man to make their day a little bit brighter. That man is 89-year-old Buck Zehringer, who has won over people young and old alike with his smile, friendly demeanor, cups of coffee and stories about his service in Vietnam. For 17 years,
0 3/27
2008
Default Air Force Logo Tricare officials urge preparation for hurricane season
With meteorologist predicting another active Atlantic hurricane season, Tricare officials are urging beneficiaries to prepare now before a hurricane causes evacuations or limits access to health care. The Atlantic storm season is under way, and hurricanes and typhoons at home and abroad may affect military families. But preparing for a disaster
0 3/27
2008
Default Air Force Logo Troops to Teachers program wins national award
Troops to Teachers, part of the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support, was awarded The Met Life Foundation/ Civic Ventures BreakThrough Award on May 31, one of 10 national award winners. The BreakThrough Award "is for innovative organizations that tap the passion and experience of people over 50 to improve society," according to
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Enlisted Village featured in a new book about charities
The Air Force Enlisted Village, one of the four official charities of the Air Force, is featured in a new book titled "World Champions: 25 Charities That Make Our Home a Better Place to Live." This book features the missions, pictures and heartwarming stories of 25 charities, and the impact they have on society. Included is the story of the Air
0 3/26
2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Force has new Airman's Creed
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley has announced a new Airman's Creed, which replaces all existing Air Force-related creeds. There have been many different versions of the Air Force creed recited throughout the years, especially during induction ceremonies. "Our new Airman's Creed is the only one that has been officially recognized as
0 3/26
2008
Default Air Force Logo AAFES recalls 'Soldier Bear' toy set for lead
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, announced a voluntary recall of the Soldier Bear brand Invincible Transport Converters activity play toy, Style No. 88931. Consumers should stop using the toy immediately. Product details include: Name of product -- "Soldier Bear" brand
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2008
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