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Bob Hope waves to the crowd seeing him off at an air base in Southwest Asia on Christmas Day 1990. (U.S. Air Force photo by William Scott Hubbartt-Backus) 'I've always got time for you!' encounter with Bob Hope provides lifelong lesson
About a decade ago, I arrived late for the weekly first sergeant council meeting hosted by our senior enlisted advisor, a grisly, no-nonsense former cop. I felt his focused stare as I took my seat in the middle of his weekly issues update. As the meeting came to end, the chief asked me to stay behind. I knew he was unhappy. After giving me his
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2006
Default Air Force Logo 24/7 personnel services are here
The Air Force is changing shape and size everywhere. Military Personnel Flights are part of this change. Their transformation has begun and is called Personnel Services Delivery. Phase One of the transformation has seven groups of changes projected to be in place by December 2007. Two recent changes allow Airmen to now correct duty-history mistakes
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2006
Default Air Force Logo British pilot finishes Raptor training at Tyndall
The first British pilot to complete F-22 Raptor training graduated this week at Tyndall Air Force Base. Flight Lt. Dan Robinson, from the Royal Air Force, is assigned to Langley AFB, Va. He has completed two months of training with the 43rd Fighter Squadron as part of an exchange program. In return, an American fighter pilot will be trained and fly
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Making history: First Iraqis graduate AMMOC
Images of suicide bombers or improvised explosive devices taking their toll on civilian and military lives in Iraq has been daily news for the past three years. No one ever gets accustomed to seeing the videos or photos. Two Iraqi's here, however, vowed to make a difference in the rebuilding process of their home country by serving as officers in
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2006
Life is getting back to normal for the Post family, now settled in a home in military family housing. Despite stormy start, 'Katrina baby' thrives
No, her name isn't Katrina. Sage Madison Post's dramatic birth at Keesler Medical Center during a cesarean section by flashlight as Hurricane Katrina stormed ashore became an inspirational story in the tumultuous days after the storm. However, without the family's consent, federal regulations to protect the privacy of personal health information
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2006
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