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Default Air Force Logo AFSPC Helo ops flight become squadrons
Numbered helicopter flights throughout Air Force Space Command started redesignation as squadrons Oct. 7 and will continue through Nov. 6, 2005.“The redesignation signifies the importance helicopter operations play in the security and defense of our nation,” said Brig. Gen. Elaine Knight, Assistant Director of Air and Operations at AFSPC. “It also
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Default Air Force Logo Force shaping in AFPSC
The Air Force announced Oct. 18 that it will convene a force shaping board in 2006 to meet emerging Air Force needs, and while the space, missile, and CERTAIN other core Air Force specialties will be exempt, most of the rest of the support officer specialties making up Air Force Space Command will be affected. Approximately 410 Air Force Space
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Default Air Force Logo NCO takes charge, helps save life
A 21st Medical Group NCO took charge of a situation and helped save a man’s life while on a recent camping trip in the Rockies. Staff Sgt. Shelley Murray, 21st MDG Dental Laboratory craftsman stationed here, and her husband, Shawn, were on a camping trip at Eleven Mile Canyon near Lake George, Colo., with a group of friends when the life-or-death
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Default Air Force Logo Patrick, Cape bid farewell to Wilma
After wreaking havoc on South Florida, Hurricane Wilma blew out to sea Monday afternoon.  The storm caused only minimal damage at Patrick Air Force Base and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, and there were no reported casualties to base personnel or their families. Before slowing in its approach to Florida, Wilma was noted as being the most
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Default Air Force Logo New space badge wear begins Nov. 1
Air Force Space Command Commander General Lance W. Lord authorized wear of the new space badge to begin tomorrow.“We will unify our USAF Credentialed Space Professional Community under a single space badge—a recognizable, distinctive symbol of the unique and challenging space mission and those who execute it,” said General Lord in his recent
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Default Air Force Logo Vigilant Vector: New badge, new program, new rules
A central element in our drive for a dynamic and enduring space professional community is to grow and nurture a sense of space culture. Since the space and missile missions merged in 1993 we’ve recognized that the multiple badges worn by the distinct segments of the Air Force space community had a bipolarizing influence. Beginning on 1 November
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Default Air Force Logo SOC shutdown marks end of era at Blue Cube
With each flip of a switch, the room grew eerily quieter and the end of an era drew closer. The equipment room of the Satellite Operations Center-52 inside Onizuka Air Force Station’s Blue Cube ceased operations Oct. 20, after 36 years of around-the-clock support to the space community. Members of 21st Space Operations Squadron, Lockheed Martin,
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Default Air Force Logo Right force…right skills…on right track: AFSPC Plans and Programs Director explains Force Shaping
To help explain the Air Force’s Fiscal Year 2006 Force Shaping Plan, Brig. Gen. Robert M. Worley II, Director of Plans and Programs for Air Force Space Command visited personnel here Nov. 1, along with the command’s space and missile officer assignments chief, Maj. Chad Deranger. The “Spread the Word” campaign was initiated by the Secretary of the
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Default Air Force Logo Vandenberg kicks off Native American Heritage Month
More than 50 people turned out for the National Native American Heritage Month ribbon-cutting ceremony here Nov. 4. Vincent Armenta, the Lompoc Tribal Chair for the Santa Maria Band of Chumash Indians, spoke at the ceremony that kicked off one month of Vandenberg events celebrating American Indian heritage.“Our tribe has the opportunity and
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Default Air Force Logo Rabbi called to serve
He was the first rabbi ever to serve at Schriever Air Force Base and is one of only 10 active-duty Jewish chaplains in the Air Force. A calling to serve his fellow Airmen is the thread that has woven the tapestry of his career and has carried him from the realm of the body and mind into the realm of the heart and soul.  Chaplain (Capt.) Gary
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