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Default Air Force Logo Maintainers, aviators earn safety recognition
The 333rd Fighter Squadron and 333rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit received an award for their combined safety records. The two organizations produced 70 thousand hours of accident-free flying. The award spans 12 years in which 333rd maintainers and aviators had zero accidents involving a loss of aircraft of greater than one million dollars of damage.
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2007
An F-15E Strike Eagle approaches a KC-135R Stratotanker for an in-flight refueling Wednesday. The Eagle was en route to take part in a 21-ship flyover for President Gerald R. Ford?s memorial service in Grand Rapids, Mich. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Greg Biondo) (released) Team Seymour Airmen honor fallen former commander in chief
Airmen from the 4th Fighter Wing and the 916th Air Refueling Wing teamed their individual air power specialties to honor the passing of the nation's 38th commander in chief Wednesday in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The funeral of former President Gerald Ford, who was called a man of strength and integrity by President George W. Bush, was punctuated by a
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2007
Maj. David Rogers and Staff Sgt. Pau Patterson, 4th Aeromedical Dental Squadron, treat an injured patient  during the operational readiness exercise Dec. 12. This simulation of self-aid and buddy care is one example of how it can help an Airman who is injured in combat. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Greg Biondo) (released) A-B-C’s of SABC can save L-I-V-E-S
Providing decisive air and space power in support of the Global War on Terror can be nasty business. Terrorists and insurgents attack our forward-deployed assets and personnel with improvised explosive devices in attempt to weaken U.S. air power. Airmen can get hurt. Airmen must be able to take care of themselves and one another. That's where
0 1/04
2007
Senior Airman Christina Kessler, 4th Communications Squadron, cleans the mirror in her dorm room Dec. 15. Airman Kessler won Room of the Quarter in a competition dormitory-wide. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Shane Dunaway)                               Dorm Airmen recognized with Dorm, Room of the Quarter awards
Attention to detail is one of the basic disciplines Airmen learn during readiness training to effectively execute a mission with accuracy. For the Airmen living in Bldg. 3607, they're applying this discipline outside of work in an effort to improve the quality of life of their dormitory. Their hard work and patience paid off when Col. Steve Kwast,
0 1/04
2007
Airman Matthew Kennedy, 4th Security Forces Squadron, overlooks the entry control point to tent city stopping any unauthorized entry during an exercise Dec. 12. Security Forces is the first line of defense for the perimeter of tent city.  Security forces Airmen can use the exercise as training to prepare to support real-world deployments. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Micky Bazaldua)(released)

ORE: Preparing for the fight ahead ...

0 1/04
2007
Default Air Force Logo Base tax center provides quick returns, free filing
As we are all winding down after the holidays, it can only mean one thing: income tax season is right around the corner. Volunteers from the 4th Fighter Wing will be providing free tax help, to include electronic filing, for active-duty, retired and reserve members and their families. Active-duty personnel should contact their squadron
0 1/04
2007
Default Air Force Logo Supplements not always what they claim to be
Dietary supplements are a topic of great public interest. Whether you are in a store, using the Internet, or talking to people you know, you may hear about supplements and claims of benefits for health. Supplements are easily purchased over the counter and many supplements promise an extra edge. However, along with the promises come potential long
0 1/04
2007
SEYMOUR JOHNSON AIR FORCE BASE, N.C. - Staff Sgt. Corey Middleton, 4th Equipment Maintenance Squadron, and his wife receive an information gift bag from Marcia Sampson, 4th Fighter Wing life skills outreach nurse, as part of the Born Learning Program, which provides information to parents on educating newborn children. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Greg Biondo) Born Learning: Collaborative effort helps new parents understand that learning starts at birth
With more than 5,000 active-duty Air Force and civilians located in the Wayne County area, and another 400 reservists calling the county home, Seymour Johnson has a large captive audience for many agencies trying to reach the masses. The most recent outreach attempt came together as members of Team Seymour paired with members of the Partnership for
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2006
SEYMOUR JOHNSON AIR FORCE BASE, N.C. - Airman 1st Class William McGowan paints a mural at the 4th Equipment Maintenance Squadron headquarters building on hangar row. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Greg Biondo) Painting with pride

0 12/15
2006
Default Air Force Logo Reserve engineers win national awards
Three 916th Air Refueling Wing engineers were noted as exceptional performers on a national level on Dec. 6. Lt. Col. Kerri Grimes of Pikeville was named Outstanding Civil Engineer Manager of the Year by Air Force Reserve Command. Lt. Col. Grimes is the Reserve commander of the 916th Civil Engineer Squadron, the largest squadron within the flying
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2006
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