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Default Air Force Logo General shares life's valuable lessons
Maj. Gen. Michael Gould, 2nd Air Force commander, has had many assignments in his 29 years of service, all of which have taught him valuable lessons, like the one he learned first hand as a former Air Force aide to the President and then put forth as commander of 3rd Air Force. From June 1990 to June 1992, General Gould was assigned to the White
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Default Air Force Logo AETC announces AFA AFCGOC representative
Air Education and Training Command has selected 1st Lt. Joshua Logie, 56th Maintenance Group, Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., as the command's primary representative to the Air Force Association Air Force Company Grade Officer Council. Capt. Tracy L. Hervey, 366th Training Squadron, Sheppard AFB, Texas, will serve as his alternate. The alternate will
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Kuwaiti Air Force Staff Sgt. Khaled Al-Amer is guided through in-processing paperwork by James Cooks Jr., chief of the Keesler International Military Student Office. The sergeant is the first international student to report to Keesler for training since Hurricane Katrina. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue) International student training resumes
Another component of the 81st Training Wing's return to pre-Katrina status began Feb. 8 with the arrival of Keesler's first international student since the storm. Staff Sgt. Khaled Al-Amer from the Kuwaiti air force began air traffic control fundamentals training in the 334th Training Squadron. He remains at Keesler until May 22, when he's
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Default Air Force Logo Ambassador provides global picture to future leaders
While U.S. national security efforts focus on the Global War on Terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and Pacific Affairs discussed issues facing the State and Defense departments throughout the globe with Air War College students here Feb. 9. Ambassador Christopher Hill is right in the middle of the
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Staff Sgt. Brendan McGloin, a combat arms member of the U.S. Air Force Gunsmith Integrated Product Team, sands a wooden stock for a Remington .308-caliber rifle Jan. 20 in the team’s shop on Lackland Training Annex. (U.S. Air Force photo by James Coburn) Gunsmith shop gets new name, command
After 48 years of operations at Lackland under the Air Training or Air Education and Training Command, the U.S. Air Force Gunsmith Shop is getting a new name and realigning under the Air Force Materiel Command. The 11-member unit is now the U.S. Air Force Gunsmith Integrated Product Team, and it's remaining in secure bunker facilities at Lackland
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