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Master Sgt. Steve Foley, left, and Staff Sgt. Mike Harvell, 333rd Training Squadron mobile training team members, reconfigure and prepare mobile training kits to return to the field. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue) Keesler mobile training team deploys to Kuwait
Master Sgt. Steve Foley and Staff Sgt. Mike Harvell aren’t packing light for a six-week trip to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. The six equipment cases they need to take training to the warfighters weigh in at more than 1,400 pounds. Sergeants Foley and Harvell are members of one of the 333rd Training Squadron’s mobile training teams that take diverse global
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From left, Staff Sgt. Scott Karter and Airmen 1st Class Tom Sirovey and Christopher Bauman, 81st Training Support Squadron, Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., created the Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund database that monitored contributions and tracked applications for assistance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue) Relief fund aids 3,000 Katrina victims
Nearly $500,000 has been channeled to 3,115 of Keesler's military and civilian victims through the Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund. A network of base leaders and volunteers got the money flowing to the people who needed help to put their lives and homes back together after the most devastating natural disaster in American history. As donations from
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Tina Cooper snags a ball during Lady Senator practice July 24. Cooper has been selected to attend the 2006 All-Air Force Women’s Softball trial camp, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jacob Corbin) Lady Senator chosen to attend All-AF tryouts
Constant practice and nonstop softball action have prepared a Team Sheppard member to potentially become the first Sheppard representative to the All-Air Force women’s softball team. Tina Cooper, an Air Force specialty code awarding scheduler with the 982nd Training Group, has been selected for the 2006 All-Air Force women’s softball team trial
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Senior Airman Richard Sharpe, a student from McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., purges a line from a liquid nitrogen tank as Staff Sgt. Richard Hill, a student from Barksdale AFB, La., controls the valves of the tank. Students use liquid nitrogen instead of liquid oxygen for safety purposes during training. (U.S. Air Force photo by John Ingle) The coolest brew in the Air Force
Cryogenics sounds like some future way of recreating life or a search for a cure of an unknown plague. It also sounds like something from the “Star Trek” episodes or possibly even “Star Wars.” For the Air Force and the 366th Training Squadron here, it means keeping pilots and aircrews alive when they’re flying above the 10,000-foot level. “The main
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Default Air Force Logo Airmen render assistance in roadside accident
In the hot Arkansas sun the pavement of Highway 67/167 radiated mirage-like waves undulating in the scorching air. A white mini van sat motionless its transformed shape of crunched metal, spun around to face the traffic as a plume of dust rose from the debris. On that day, July 11, a small crowd of bystanders stood gawking at the horrible
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