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Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Jacobson was killed while providing convoy security Sept. 28 near Camp Bucca, Iraq, when the vehicle she was riding in was hit by an improvised explosive device. (U.S. Air Force photo) Goodfellow bids farewell to one of its own
Everyone who knew Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Jacobson said the same thing: she was a one-of-a-kind Airman; everything she did, she did with an infectious smile and sense of enthusiasm. Her first sergeant, Senior Master Sgt. Philip Neal, said that in the time he knew her, there were three phrases she loved to use "Please, thank you and I'll help."
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ALTUS AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. (AETCNS) -- Col. Carlton D. Everhart II, 97th Air Mobility Wing commander, welcomes home three members of the 97th Security Forces Squadron arriving here Oct. 6 from a deployment. Airman 1st Class David Randolph, Airman 1st Class Hector Davalos and Staff Sgt. John Miller received Purple Hearts after surviving an explosion when their vehicle detonated a hidden land mine in Mosul, Iraq, on June 22. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kristi Machado) Purple Heart recipients

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2006
Default Air Force Logo New class gets Keesler Airmen back on training course, student pipeline flowing again
Sheppard recently began a new electronic principles course to train displaced Airmen from Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Master Sgt. Rosa Marlin, 365th Training Squadron avionics test equipment flight chief, said it usually takes six months to a year for a new course to begin. It took Sheppard two weeks to have the course ready for instruction. "I'm
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2006
Default Air Force Logo EPA laboratory on Gunter serves nationwide interests
The National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory at Maxwell's Gunter Annex is only one of two Environmental Protection Agency laboratories in the United States that specialize in monitoring exposure to radiation with radioactive material analysis. The laboratories at Gunter Annex and Las Vegas are managed by the Environmental Protection
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Healthy children require proactive parents
Eating an apple a day doesn't always keep the doctor away, despite the contradictory age-old adage. This is especially true in children from birth to early adolescence, an age group with especially high illness rates. Children carry many viruses because they often share food and drinks with other children, and they don't wash their hands often
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