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Lt. Col. Tim Anderson, left, 50th Airlift Squadron commander, and Lt. Col. Tom Anderson, 714th Training Squadron commander, are two of three active-duty Air Force brothers that are squadron commanders and lieutenant colonels at the same time. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Eunique Stevens) Brothers at arms
June started a new chapter in the Anderson Air Force family history when Lt. Col. Tom Anderson took command of the 714th Training Squadron. Tom is the third active-duty Anderson to become a lieutenant colonel and squadron commander, but what makes this noteworthy is that the brothers are all commanders at the same time. "It's unique," said Tom.
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2006
Tech Sgt. Jason Graves, 314th Operations Support Squadron Intelligence Flight NCOIC, has been honored with a Citation of Honor by the Air Force Association.  (Courtesy photo) NCO honored for contributions
A Little Rock Air Force Base Intelligence NCO has been honored with a Citation of Honor by the Air Force Association for his contributions to "the development of aerospace power for the betterment of mankind." Tech. Sgt. Jason Graves, 314th Operations Support Squadron Intelligence Flight NCOIC, was the first enlisted Air Force member to serve with
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Civilian authorization reductions
Air Education and Training Command officials are looking at ways to streamline organizations to smaller, more agile forces and organizational structures to reduce the effect of reductions in the civilian workforce next spring. The Air Force plans to reduce its civilian workforce strength by 2,000 positions during FY07 as a result of Program Budget
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2006
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. (AETCNS) -- Senior Airman Jennifer Dantzler, 28th Test Squadron/Detachment 2 electronic warfare technician, hooks up wires to an electronic warfare defense pod used on Air Force fighter jets. The squadron, one of Tyndall’s tenant units, won the Air Force Association’s 2006 Theodore Von Karman Award for outstanding contributions to national defense in the field of science and engineering related to aerospace activities. Electronic warfare systems and its associated capabilities are part of more than 400 test missions in support of 17 programs accomplished in 2006 across the combat Air Forces. Specifically, the pod in the picture is an essential tool for testing and training on F-15 and F-16 aircraft radar and avionics suites. (U.S. Air Force photo by Chrissy Cuttita) Outstanding contributions

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2006
Default Air Force Logo 33rd Fighter Wing gains F-35 training mission
WASHINGTON - Air Force officials announced plans to assign the mission of training new Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and allied F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter pilots and maintainers to the 33rd Fighter Wing at Eglin AFB, Fla. Final planning for the move is dependent on the results of the ongoing environmental impact analysis process that is
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2006
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