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Cooking club 
Minot Air Force Base, N.D. -- Children get their hands dirty while making muffin surprises during Cooking Club at the David C. Jones Youth Center Tuesday. The youth  center hosts Cooking Club each Tuesday at 4 p.m. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Danny Monahan) What's for dessert?

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Default Air Force Logo Minuteman III launch successful
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile was launched from Launch Facility-04 on North Vandenberg at 1:22 a.m. June 14. The primary purpose of the launch was to assess and demonstrate the operational effectiveness of the Minuteman III weapon system. The missile’s three unarmed re-entry vehicles traveled approximately 4,800 miles
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CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION, Fla.—Construction workers guide the 18,000-pound roof and lamp room to the ground from atop the 151-foot Cape Canaveral Lighthouse. The structures were removed as part of an ongoing renovation project. This is the first time the original lamp room has been separated from the lighthouse base in more than 100 years. Cape lighthouse topless for first time in more than 100 years
A small gathering of workers, volunteers and news media representatives saw something here Jan. 26 that hasn’t been seen in more than 100 years: a topless Cape Canaveral Lighthouse.  Construction workers using a gigantic crane removed the roof and lamp room atop the 151-foot, 138-year-old structure as part of an ongoing refurbishment project. The
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Reserve, Guard look for opportunities to shine through focus day
Air Force Reservists and Guardsmen from around the country gathered here June 8 for the Air Reserve Component Focus Day. About 85 senior ranking officers attended the conference. Focus days allow senior leadership from the Guard and Reserve a chance to talk about their unique requirements and allows them to show what they bring to the fight in Air
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MALMSTROM AIR FORCE BASE, Mont.--Chief Master Sgt. Ron Kriete, command chief master sergeant, Air Force Space Command, listens to a briefing on procedures for issuing weapons during a tour of the 341st Security Forces Group armory here. Chief Kreite accompanied former AFSPC Commander General Lance W. Lord on a tour of the base Jan. 21.  The chief announced his intent to retire June 12. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Roger M. Dey) AFSPC command chief announces retirement
Chief Master Sgt. Ron Kriete, command chief master sergeant, Air Force Space Command, announced his retirement June 12, ending an Air Force career that spanned more than 31 years. "I've been a proud member of this great institution for a very long time,” said Chief Kriete, “and it's time for me to move on." Chief Kriete became the command’s top
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Default Air Force Logo Operation Air Force cadets arrive at Buckley
Twenty-six Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets from universities around the country arrived in Denver, Colo., June 11 to participate in Operation Air Force, an initiative driven by the Air Force to ensure future officers understand the enlisted corps. The Operation Air Force program is designed to give U.S. States Air Force Academy and Air Force
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Default Air Force Logo Local military give thousands of reasons to smile
Local military volunteers gathered nearly half-a-million pounds of food during the Harvest of Love food drive for Southern Colorado’s Care and Share food pantries Nov. 14 to 18. Local area Air Force members played a large role in the endeavor. “It was great to see people come together to help others,” said Tech. Sgt. Casey McDade, 21st
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Default Air Force Logo Communication: the human element - don’t take easy, e-mail way out
Like most proud members of the U.S. Air Force, I do my best to stay in regular contact with my parents. In my case, my mother. When I spoke with her this past weekend using a cell phone, it occurred to me how our ability to communicate has changed since my mother’s birth. (If I revealed her age, I would undoubtedly get in trouble.)  There is still
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Default Air Force Logo ‘Let the gift-giver beware’
The holiday season is a time for giving, and many charities step up their appeals this time of year. Make certain your donations go to charities worthy of your support. When an unfamiliar organization asks you to make a donation, don’t be too quick to make a decision. Instead, plan your giving and always demand accountability of the charities
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Default Air Force Logo Commentary: Make your home PC an ‘e-fortress’
I’m a computer geek. My first job in the Air Force was computer programming. Before I joined the Air Force, I worked in the personal computer repair business. Among failed hard drives and lightning-fried modems, I handled a lot of virus-infected PCs. Computer threats then were different. There were no Internet-enabled viruses, and spyware was
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