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Default Air Force Logo AETC names 2006 Youth of the Year
Painting, fundraising, walking for causes, helping people and playing with children...amazingly it's all in a day's work for Luke Air Force Base's Mary-Lynn Piper. What's more amazing is that she's only 16 years old. Mary-Lynn, a sophomore at Millennium High School in Arizona, won this year's Air Education and Training Command Youth of the Year
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FORT HOOD, Texas -- Airmen from Iraqi Assistance Group Foxtrot training here keep a watchful eye for possible trouble May 8 along a route designed to prepare them for potential insurgent attacks when they deploy to Iraq. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Lee Roberts) Randolph team helps Airmen training with Army
They only had a few days' notice to move out for training, are bunked together in a 1950s-style barracks, have to share four showers, toilets and sinks, eat field rations and spend nearly every waking moment in uniform. Oh, and their next assignment is to a combat zone. When Randolph's leadership learned 59 Airmen from numerous units throughout the
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DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB, Ariz. -- Staff Sgt. Christopher Cortez, a crew chief with the 149th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, guides instructor pilot Maj. Mark Jennings on the ramp here during exercise Coronet Cactus 2006 in April. Two hundred-thirty members of the 149th Fighter Wing deployed to Tucson to conduct training that included dropping heavy ordnance, both live and inert, on the Barry Goldwater Bombing Range. (Texas Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Rene Castillo) 149th Fighter Wing trains with bombs in Arizona
The bombs are heavy and so is the training schedule for student pilots under the tutelage of the 149th Fighter Wing. Every year since it became a Flight Training Unit under Air Education and Training Command, the wing has improved the syllabus for the nine-month "B-Course" with the ongoing objective of producing the best prepared F-16 combat pilots
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Default Air Force Logo AETC makes AFAF a big winner
The Air Force concluded the 2006 Air Force Assistance Fund "Commitment to Caring" campaign May 5, and Air Education and Training Command came out on top with its effort to care for Airmen. "Thank you to all the Airmen who gave so much this year to make the AFAF campaign such a huge success," said Gen. William R. Looney III, AETC commander. "Because
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Chaplain (Capt.) Kenneth Fisher works on arts and crafts with Kristina (left) and Olga at the orphanage in Ryazan, Russia. (Courtesy Photo) Laughlin family adopts three Russian siblings
American Congregationalist Henry Ward Beecher once said "Children are the hands by which we take hold of Heaven." Many parents would probably agree, but perhaps those who may understand this sentiment more than anyone else are those who cannot have children of their own. For childless couples who wish to have children, several options exist. One
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