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Default Air Force Logo Columbus AFB graduates 10,000th pilot
After 33 years of producing Air Force pilots, Columbus Air Force Base celebrated the graduation of its 10,000th student during Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 06-02's graduation ceremony Nov. 18. Gen. William R. Looney III, commander of Air Education and Training Command, spoke at the ceremony and pinned Air Force pilot silver wings
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Default Air Force Logo C-130J combat capabilities tested during Joint Training Exercise
Active duty, Reserve and Air National Guard C-130Js converged at Little Rock Air Force Base Nov. 12-19 to put the aircraft through its wartime paces during a joint training exercise with the Army at the Joint Readiness Training Center in Fort Polk, La. While Airmen from the 48th Airlift Squadron and 34th Combat Training Squadron conducted the joint
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Default Air Force Logo Keesler nurse earns Bronze Star
Sept. 11 has evolved into a somber observance for Americans since the terrorist attacks in 2001. But the date took on special significance last year for Keesler's newest recipient of the Bronze Star. Sept. 11, 2004, Capt. Kevin Polk risked his life to save an injured Airman while deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom as a critical care air
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Default Air Force Logo Want to be a Chief or a General? Read below for the perfect career path
That got your attention, didn't it? It makes no sense to leave success to chance. Why struggle taking jobs others insist are dead end, require too much time and effort, appear to be boring at first glance, or career killers, when you can skip all of that mundane garbage? Unlike winning the lottery, finding a four-leafed clover or seeing a unicorn
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Default Air Force Logo Double dribble: Tyndall Airman makes All-Armed Forces basketball team twice
Making the Air Force Women's Basketball Team is difficult. Making the All-Armed Forces Women's Basketball Team is even more of a challenge. And making both teams twice? For Mariela Miles it was reality. Miles, a 5' 8" shooting guard from Missouri, helped lead the Air Force team to victory in both the 2004 and 2005 seasons. She had plenty of
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