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LAUGHLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Texas (AETCNS) -- Members of the 920th Rescue Wing from Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., unload one of three HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopters at Laughlin AFB, Texas. A C-5 Galaxy crew from Westover Air Reserve Base, Mass., delivered members of the search and rescue wing to Laughlin to pre-position the helicopters in response to Hurricane Rita, which is expected to hit landfall this weekend. Two additional Pave Hawks from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., flew to Laughlin Sept. 22 to support hurricane relief efforts. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Anthony Hill) Positioned for hurricane response

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Default Air Force Logo Keesler issues stop travel order
All military personnel who have been recalled to duty at Keesler AFB, and who are still enroute to Keesler AFB, are ordered to stop travel and to remain in place until Sept. 25. The 81st Training Wing vice commander issued the order due to potential hazards associated with Hurricane Rita. Military personnel are authorized to resume travel to
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Default Air Force Logo AIA lieutenant critically injured in plane crash
Air Education and Training Command officials announced today that an Air Force officer, 2nd Lt. Taryn Robinson, assigned to the Air Intelligence Agency's 346th Test Squadron at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, was critically injured in a plane crash 40 miles southeast of San Antonio Sept. 21. Lieutenant Robinson was transported via AirLife
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Default Air Force Logo AETC poised for Hurricane Rita
Air Education and Training Command is poised and ready to provide relief efforts for Hurricane Rita after more than a week of preparation. In anticipation of Rita's arrival, AETC crisis action team officials say the team is "leaning forward" as the command's coordination hub for emergency response efforts. "AETC did a great job responding to
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Default Air Force Logo President monitors Hurricane Rita operations at Randolph
President George W. Bush concluded an overnight visit here Sept. 25 where he received a briefing about the military's role in the aftermath of Hurricane Rita. The president also attended chapel services with members of the Randolph congregation before leaving San Antonio for Baton Rouge, La., where he was to receive further updates about response
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