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Default Air Force Logo AETC team wins 2005 CSAF Team Excellence Award
An Air Education and Training Command team from the 381st Training Group at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., was recognized by Gen. T. Michael Moseley, Air Force Chief of Staff, Sept. 29 for winning the 2005 Chief of Staff Team Excellence Award. The CSTEA recognizes outstanding team performance that promotes systematic approaches, enhances
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Gen. William R. Looney III, (left), commander, Air Education and Training Command, presents the 2nd Air Force guidon to Maj. Gen. Michael Gould, 2nd AF commander, as Chief Master Sgt. Joseph Barron, 2nd AF command chief master sergeant, watches on during the change of command ceremony at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Nov. 9. (U.S. Air Force photo) Gould takes command of 2nd AF
Maj. Gen. Michael Gould took command of Second Air Force during a ceremony Nov. 9 here. General Gould comes to Keesler from the Royal Air Force Mildenhall, England, where he served as the Third Air Force commander. The new commander had previous assignments in Air Education and Training Command as the 97th Air Mobility Wing commander, Altus AFB,
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Default Air Force Logo Finding new home, family in midst of hurricane losses
There's no denying the progress Keesler has made to return to some kind of normalcy since Hurricane Katrina. Still, I find myself torn between mourning the losses of so many others and mourning my own losses. The generous spirit in me wants to break out the checkbook every time I hear something on the radio about donations to "this Katrina fund" or
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Airman Basic Dustin Walls from Milton, Pa., retrieves his bag after arriving at Keesler AFB Oct. 31 following a bus trip from Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. He's assigned to the 332nd Training Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Herb Welch) New 'shipment' of students largest in two years
A caravan of buses wound its way to Keesler Oct. 31, a sure sign that the 81st Training Group is rebounding from Hurricane Katrina. The arrival of the 314 basic training graduates for in-processing at the Levitow Training Support Facility was the largest "shipment" of students Keesler has seen in at least two years, not just since the storm, said
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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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