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Default Air Force Logo Tyndall Airman convicted in prescription drug case
A Tyndall Airman was convicted of two specifications of wrongful use of prescription drugs at a special court-martial held Nov. 4 here. Senior Airman Philip Jones, 325th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, was convicted by a military judge of violating Article 112a of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. In particular, Airman Jones admitted he
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Default Air Force Logo T-1A reaches 1 million hour mark
Air Education and Training Command's T-1A Jayhawk pilot training aircraft flew its millionth safe flying hour Oct. 27. The aircraft reached this milestone with no fatalities, significant safety issues or major injuries, said Lt. Col. Victor Rick, AETC Initial Training Branch chief. AETC is unable to credit a specific pilot or aircraft with the
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Default Air Force Logo View from the Top: Wishing you a safe, wonderful holiday season
The holidays are an important time to reflect on the past year and give thanks for our family, our friends and the opportunity to serve the American people in the greatest Air and Space Force the world has ever known. This year, the Airmen of the First Command were presented with many challenges: recruiting, training and educating our future force;
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Default Air Force Logo Air War College hosts foreign service officials
When thinking of the war on terrorism at home and abroad, two pictures emerge for most Americans: the military on the battlefield and the diplomats working foreign policy in Washington and in embassies overseas. Both are working to ensure America's security. These pictures merged here when 19 Department of State officials joined Air War College
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Default Air Force Logo AETC begins to implement the Air Force's Standard Desktop
The Air Force will begin implementing the first Standard Desktop Configuration in January 2006. The SDC is one part of the 5-year, $70 million Air Force Microsoft Services contract. Standardizing the desktop will reduce the learning curve for Air Force users, particularly those who change computers often due to organizational requirements,
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