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  • Joint effort saves Pronghorn at BMGR

    In 2002, the estimated 18 Sonoran pronghorn surviving in the desert were in danger of becoming extinct. Just five years later, they number 100-plus, largely because of a captive breeding enclosure and the commitment of several federal and state agencies, including the U.S. Air Force. The 56th Range Management Office plays a fundamental role in
  • Air Force promotes sustainability

    In general terms, it's development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. In the Air Force, it's the capacity to continue the mission without compromise. In a word, it's sustainability. Without it, operations are diminished or halted, bases go away, people lose jobs, the
  • AETC announces 2006 Fire Emergency Services Annual Awards

    Air Education and Training Command is pleased to announce the AETC winners for the following 2006 DOD Fire Emergency Services Annual Awards and our nominees for the Air Force level competition. Department of Defense Military Fire Officer of the Year: Master Sgt. Christopher Horsman, 12th CES, Randolph AFB. Department of Defense Military Firefighter
  • NCO remembers service, sacrifice of military working dog

    Lights ... Camera ... Action! It was March 2005 on the set of a small television studio in Oklahoma City. I stood behind the camera operator and watched as the host of the community interest program interviewed Staff Sgt. Alissa Jones and Marco, her military working dog partner. I believe it was their first time on the air. I remember feeling proud
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