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Default Air Force Logo Det. 3 AMCAOS vital to training C-130 aircrews
Little known to many on Little Rock Air Force Base is a team of 30 operators, engineers and contractors from Headquarters Air Mobility Command that are vital to the training of C-130 aircrews around the world. They are charged with oversight of over 1,700 training courses, more than $500 million in contracts and training simulators in 10 locations
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Default Air Force Logo AETC names Lance P. Sijan Leadership Award nominees
The Air Education and Training Command has chosen nominees for the Lance P. Sijan U.S. Air Force Leadership Award. These officers and enlisted members were selected for their outstanding demonstration of the highest qualities of leadership in their duties and lives. Lt. Col. Stephen M. Browning, 12th Communications Squadron commander, Randolph AFB,
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Default Air Force Logo Tyndall Airman pulls woman from car crash
Could you pull an injured stranger from a smoke-filled car with gasoline fumes rising into the air around you? Second Lt. Shannon Bancroft knows her answer when it comes to rendering aid. "I have done it before, and it is something I would do again ... it is no big deal," she said.Lieutenant Bancroft is an adjutant and unit deployment manager for
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Default Air Force Logo Tyndall officer awarded Bronze Star for OEF, OIF
Another member of the Checkertail Clan was awarded one of the top honors for his service while deployed in support of the Global War on Terrorism. Lt. Col. Craig Hall, 325th Maintenance Group deputy commander, was awarded the Bronze Star medal at a wing stand-up meeting Nov. 10. "At first, I was blown away when I was submitted for this award that
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Capt. (Dr.) Lawrence Horne, 325th Aeromedical-Dental Squadron general dentist, grinds down the gold crown on the upper canine to ensure an adequate gap exists between the upper and lower canine Nov. 10. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. William Powell) Military working dog receives 'canine' treatment, sports gold crowns
Most dentists here have performed dozens, if not hundreds, of root canals in their career, yet none have ever risked losing a limb for sticking their hand between the jaws of a patient. That is, until now. Enter Rex, a 5-year-old military working dog, who would have gladly removed a few poking and prodding fingers from his mouth as he received
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