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BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- An officer, from the 460th Space Wing, and her children survived a head-on crash with another vehicle that ran a red light in Parker, Colo., April 22. The family walked away with a few bruises because they were wearing their seatbelts. (Courtesy photo) Seat belts saved my children, my life
On April 22 at about 5:10 p.m. I experienced every parent's nightmare -- a major motor vehicle accident with my children in the car. I was on my way to drop off our 8- and 6-year-old children with my husband before reporting to work when a car ran a red light and slammed head on into my vehicle. I was driving northbound on one of the local roads
0 4/28
2008
Default Air Force Logo Why I bought the new Airman Battle Uniform
I recently purchased and started wearing the new Airman Battle Uniform. You may be thinking, "So ... why is that such a big deal? We all have to get it sooner or later, right?"Well, in my case, I don't. I retire this summer after more than 25 years of service.So, why did I buy the new uniform? Regardless of the time I have left in, I want to be
0 4/25
2008
Chief Master Sgt. Todd Small Taking best care of our Airmen
Win today's fight. Take best care of our people. Prepare for tomorrow's challenges. These are the overarching priorities of our Air Force. Even while fighting a Global War on Terror and striving to find the ways and means to recapitalize our capabilities, we still make "taking care of our people" a top priority. I'm honored to be a member of such a
0 4/14
2008
Default Air Force Logo Federal employees can take part in political activities, with some guidelines
The election season is now in high gear, and this has already been an exciting race among both the Republican and Democratic candidates. As we get out and show our support for the candidate of our choice, we must remember that there are specific laws and regulations governing what we, as federal employees, can and cannot do. The Hatch Act governs
0 3/11
2008
The launch of the first U.S. satellite, Explorer I, atop a U.S. Army Jupiter C Rocket on Jan. 31, 1958. (U.S. Air Force photo) U.S. observes 50 years of spaceflight
Jan. 31 marks the 50th anniversary of the first U.S. launch of a satellite into space. In October 1957, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik I, the first man-made object to orbit the Earth. On the day the Soviets launched Sputnik, then-Secretary of Defense Neil McElroy was visiting the Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Ala. Army Gen. John B. Medaris and
0 1/16
2008
Default Air Force Logo Education: Give the gift that keeps on giving
The holidays are here and people often say, "It is better to give than to receive." I agree whole-heartedly, but this year, give yourself a present...the gift of education. Everyone joins the military for different reasons. Education is normally top on that list, somewhere among service to country, job security and travel opportunities. In a Letter
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2007
Veteran's Day Poster 2007.  Poster provided by the Department of Veteran's Affairs.  This poster is 10x7.8 inches @ 300 ppi and the file is available up to 11x14 inches @ 150 ppi. Air Force Link does not provide printed posters but a PDF version for printing is also available. Requests can be made to afgraphics@dma.mil. Please specify the title and number. Veterans Day recognizes price of freedom
The Boston and Western campaigns. The Battle of New Orleans. Texas. Bull Run and Gettysburg. San Juan Hill, Mexico. Belleau Wood and Muesse-Argonne, France. Normandy, France and Okinawa, Japan. The Chosin Reservoir in Korea. Khe Sahn and the A Shau Valley in Vietnam. Lebanon. Grenada. Panama. Saudi Arabia. The Pentagon. Tora Bora, Afghanistan.
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2007
Default Air Force Logo CFC: Process changes, outcome doesn't
My first involvement with the Combined Federal Campaign was in 1967. The Chief called me to his office, handed me a card and said, "Sign it." When I started to ask what it was for, he said, "Just sign it. They're going to take a dollar out of your paycheck each month and give it to some people that really need it." At that point in my life, as an,
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2007
DAYTON, Ohio -- Sputnik I exhibit in the Missile & Space Gallery at the National Museum of the United States Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo) Sputnik 50 years later: Why was it first, what is significance to space professionals?
Sputnik became "the space shot heard 'round the world" when it launched from the Soviet Union Oct. 4, 1957. The launch ignited not just a Soviet R-7 intercontinental ballistic missile but eventually a race to the Moon, and set Cold War rivals at odds in a new domain. The Soviets had a number of space firsts in the early days of the space age. A dog
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Stay safe this Labor Day weekend
According to the National Safety Council, each year more than 41,000 people lose their lives in motor vehicle accidents, and another two million suffer disabling injuries. Labor Day is the holiday that marks the end of summer and the beginning of the school year. You've got the car loaded up with the kids and the dog, or it's you and some of your
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2007
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