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TORRANCE, Calif. -- Capt. Mary Danner, Air Force Public Affairs Entertainment Liaison Office, reads Duck on a Bike to a class at Carr Elementary School here March 2. The captain was among approximately 30 Airmen reading to elementary students during the Read Across America event held in local schools. Airmen join local schools in ‘Read Across America’ programs
Nearly 30 Airmen from Los Angeles Air Force Base and supported units read to students at Carr Elementary School in Torrance, Calif., and Center Street School in El Segundo, Calif., as part of the schools’ “Read Across America” events March 2. “It was great,” said 1st Lt. Rebecca Drydol-Brandon, SBIRS Program Office. “The kids loved it.” She read
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BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Airlife (Flight for Life) helicopters land at Buckley AFB as part of the bi-annual emergency medical services conference. This was the first time the conference was held here. Buckley hosts metro EMS training
More than 125 metro-area paramedics, doctors and nurses converged here for the first time for a bi-annual emergency medical services conference recently. The conference, which featured classroom instruction and practical, hands-on instruction, focused on mass casualty incidents and emergency medical services response to a national disaster. “The
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ONIZUKA AIR FORCE STATION, Calif. — Capt. Manuel Ayala, with the 21st Space Operations Squadron here, recently signed “America’s Guitar” at the Moffett Federal Airfield Navy Exchange in Sunnyvale, Calif. The guitar came to Moffett Airfield via country music artist Raymond Harris, who is touring military installations and collecting signatures on the guitar from members of the armed forces and their families. Each military installation Mr. Harris visits will have a guitar named after it. Onizuka CGO signs “America’s Guitar”

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2006
UH-1N Huey 54th Helicopter Squadron receives 7th Huey
The 54th Helicopter Squadron received a seventh UH-1N “Huey” helicopter Feb. 28 to increase its mission capability and ability to respond to missile complex needs. The process took almost a year, said Col. Dan Ciechanowski, 91st Operations Group commander. The squadron needed the helicopter since the aging fleet, harsh weather conditions and
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SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Lt. Gen. Frank Klotz, Vice Commander, Air Force Space Command, presents the new flag for the renamed Space Innovation and Development Center to its commander, Col. Larry Chodzko. The center was formerly called the Space Warfare Center. What’s in a name? SWC becomes SIDC
The Space Warfare Center became the Space Innovation and Development Center in a formal ceremony here March 8 at 2:30 p.m. The name has changed, but the organization’s mission remains the same, said Col. Larry Chodzko, SIDC commander. “One of the things I want people to understand is that there’s no change in our mission,” he said. “What’s changed
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PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – General Lance W. Lord (right), Commander of Air Force Space Command, receives the furled 4-star flag at his retirement ceremony here March 3. Air Force Chief of Staff General T. Michael Moseley (left) presided over the retirement ceremony. General Lord retires after a 37-year distinguished career of service to the U.S. Air Force and the country. Air Force Space Command leader retires
Air Force Chief of Staff General T. Michael Moseley presided over the retirement ceremony for General Lance W. Lord, Commander of Air Force Space Command, here March 3. More than 700 current and former national defense leaders, active and retired senior officers, civic leaders and active-duty members witnessed the celebration of the general’s
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Victim advocates help people, make program successful
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program, formerly known as the Victim Support Liaison, is in full swing here. The program wouldn’t be able to succeed without victim advocates. “Victim advocates do a bulk of the work,” said Jeanine Arnold, 21st Space Wing sexual assault response coordinator. “They respond to the victims after I receive a
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2006
LOS ANGELES -- Lt. Gen. Michael Hamel, Space and Missile Systems Center Commander, reminded listeners of the partnership between SMC and The Aerospace Corporation during his speech at a Speakers Forum here Feb. 16. SMC commander declares 2006 ‘Rebirth of SMC’
Stressing processes, partnerships and people, Space and Missile Systems Center Commander Lt. Gen. Michael Hamel told a group of approximately 100 of The Aerospace Corporation’s employees that they play a vital role in the “rebirth of SMC” and continued mission success. The general spoke Feb. 16 as part of The Aerospace Corporation’s Speakers Forum
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BAGHDAD -- A combat patrol checks their coordinates using the Defense Advanced Global Positioning System Receiver. The device displays maps, satellite sky view information and situation awareness so fielded forces can determine their position and map where the enemy sits. GPS enables DAGR to track ‘bad guys’
When United States forces get to Iraq and Afghanistan, they find dry, featureless terrain with no real landmarks or points of reference to use while traveling across wide-open and often dangerous landscapes. In the past, maps and a compass were the decisive tools used by servicemembers to track down the enemy and find their exact location in
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LOS ANGELES AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- The Transformational Satellite Communications System Mission Operations System will provide network management for the TSAT system, providing network-centric interoperability between TSAT and the Department of Defense’s Global Information Grid. For the joint warfighter and deployed worldwide users, this means they are one step closer to obtaining network-centric warfare. Air Force Awards $2B contract for TSAT Mission Operations System
The Air Force announced the award of the Transformational Satellite Communications System Mission Operations System contract to Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems and Solutions of San Jose, Calif., recently. The $2 billion award will cover a period of 10 years and will include development and fielding of the initial TMOS capability. The TMOS will
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