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LOS ANGELES AFB, Calif. – 1st Lt. DeWitt Latimer, Space and Missile Systems Center Space Radar chief software engineer, guides “Sgt. John Smith” through a conversation with an Iraqi native in an immersive game-based language system at the University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute. (Photo by Jason M. Webb) Language video game benefits warfighter, makes learning fun
Sgt. John Smith walks through the dusty Iraqi town with a mission. As he arrives at the local café, he spots a man and approaches him. As the man stands up, Sergeant Smith introduces himself in Iraqi Arabic. He is an American military member, part of a civil affairs unit, there to help build a better Iraq. The Iraqi stranger welcomes him. This
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COLUMBUS AFB, Miss. – A flight crew from the 620th Air Expeditionary Squadron here returns from flying supplies to Hurricane Katrina victims in the Gulf Coast area of Mississippi. (Photo by Senior Airman John Parie) 620th AES sorties deliver hurricane relief

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VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. – Senior Airman Jason Elmore, 381st Training Group functional assistant administrator, holds the leather jacket and helmet that protected him during a recent motorcycle accident. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Cadette) After an accident left him injured and his motorcycle in pieces, one Airman realizes why riders should decide to...Ride with a backup plan
Down the stretch of Highway 1 along the coast, patches of thick fog roll inland from the Pacific. The dense, opaque air clings to the road and curtains the several-hundred-foot cliffs dropping off in some places only a few feet from the guard rail. Senior Airman Jason Elmore rode south on Highway 1 on his return to Vandenberg one Sunday night,
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F.E. WARREN AFB, Wyo. – Bob Farnsworth, 90th Civil Engineer Squadron Housing Facilities manager, assesses chipped paint on a porch in a historic brick home here. The 90th CES has nearly completed negotiations on an estimated $28 million lead-based paint abatement project to Warren’s historic brick houses. (Photo courtesy F.E. Warren AFB Public Affairs)

 
Warren's Historic Homes to be renovated
The 90th Civil Engineer Squadron has nearly completed negotiations on an estimated $28 million lead-based paint abatement project to Warren's historic brick houses. "Warren received almost the entire Air Force family housing budget for Fiscal Year 2005 to correct the lead-based paint problem in our old, historic homes," said Col. Michael Carey,
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Default Air Force Logo 90th SFG Airmen deploy for JTF Katrina
Forty-four Airmen from the 90th Security Forces Group deployed to Keesler AFB, Miss., Monday to help with disaster relief for victims of Hurricane Katrina. The Airmen, who were notified of their deployment Sept. 1, were transported from the Wyoming Air National Guard in a C-130 provided by Little Rock AFB, Ark. "This is an emotional experience for
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F.E. WARREN AFB, Wyo. – Tech. Sgt. William Guthrie, 90th Logistics Readiness Squadron, packs equipment into a truck Friday for a deployment of Warren members in support of Joint Task Force Katrina. While deployed, Sergeant Guthrie will be responsible for logistic plans. (Photo by Berni Ernst) Warren provides support in wake of Hurricane Katrina
A group of Warren service members deployed Friday to Columbus AFB, Miss., to support Joint Task Katrina and aid in hurricane relief efforts. "This is a very important mission," said Maj. Gen. Frank Klotz, 20th Air Force commander. "I'm extraordinarily proud of everyone in the 20th Air Force and in Air Force Space Command who made this happen…the
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Default Air Force Logo Satellites lend high-speed comm to hurricane relief
An Air Force Space Command satellite system is providing near real-time communications to relief workers aiding victims of Hurricane Katrina. The Global Broadcast Service is a space-based, high-capacity broadcast communications system that provides information to small, transportable receivers. GBS can disseminate information products quickly to
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COLUMBUS AFB, Miss. – Maj. Ron Frantz (left) and Bill Stites (right), both assigned to the 76th Helicopter Flight at Vandenberg AFB, Calif., distribute cases of water and meals ready to eat to those affected by Hurricane Katrina in southern Mississippi. Major Frantz and Mr. Stites are deployed to the 620th Air Expeditionary Squadron here. The standup of the 620th AES marks the first time in Air Force Space Command history UH-1N helicopters have been deployed from their day-to-day operations in the missile fields and used in recovery, rescue and relief operations. (Photo courtesy 30th Space Wing Public Affairs)  


 
Water Relief

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COLUMBUS AFB, Miss. – General Lance W. Lord, Air Force Space Command commander, is briefed here today by Lt. Col. Gary Bontly, 620th Air Expeditionary Squadron commander, about where squadron members are performing Joint Task Force Katrina missions. General Lord; Maj. Gen. Frank Klotz, 20th Air Force commander; and AFSPC Command Chief Master Sgt. Ron Kriete visited Columbus, Keesler AFB and Gulfport, Miss. to meet the more than 220 AFSPC members deployed in support of Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Molly Gilliam) AFSPC commander visits 620th AES

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THULE AB, Greenland – A Thule medical response team here responds to an emergency evacuation of a civilian passenger from an ocean liner traveling through the area Sept. 2. The 78-year-old woman was shuttled from the ship to the shoreline by rubber raft and rushed by ambulance to Thule’s new state-of-the-art hospital where her pneumonic condition stabilized and improved through the medical technicians’ care and treatment. A Canadian aircraft transported the patient and her daughter to a larger medical facility on the eastern North American mainland the following day. (Photo courtesy of Thule AB Public Affairs)   


 
Emergency medical evacuation saves life at Thule
When an elderly passenger aboard a world-traveling ship needed emergency medical care in one of the most extreme locations on the map, Team Thule answered the call to stabilize her condition and emergency medical evacuate her home. Capt. Corey Baker, 821st Air Base Group medical liaison officer, received the message Sept. 2 that a 78-year-old woman
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