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AFSPC Public Affairs

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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,
0 10/09
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
0 8/29
2007
UH-1N Huey helicopter prepares to land at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. (U.S. Air Force photo) Air, space power: 40th HS CC shares history, legacy of flying missions
Airpower at Malmstrom? Absolutely, and it's better known as the 40th Helicopter Squadron. It is not uncommon for one of our new pilots or flight engineers to arrive on base and ask for directions to the helicopter squadron. The response to their very logical request is often, "Oh, we don't have flyers at Malmstrom anymore." That response often
0 7/05
2007
Default Air Force Logo Cancer survivor stresses regular self-exams
"I'm sorry Paul, but it's cancer." It was July 2003, and the doctor's words put the fear of death in me for the first time. I was only 28 years old! But if I hadn't done self-exams on a regular basis, I might not be here today to talk about it. One week earlier, I had found a mass on my left testicle that wound up being a cancerous tumor. As soon
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Letters from home mean the world
People often ask deploying Airmen, "What can I do to help?" Most Airmen say, "Nothing. We're fine." Asking for things is hard, and we can get almost everything we need at the base exchange. It's not until I get a package from a loved one that I realize how much these little pieces of home really mean to me. Often I don't know that I'm missing Gummi
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2007
Flag Day is June 14 Flag Day honors the spirit of freedom
"Oh, Say can you see?" So moved was Francis Scott Key when he saw the tattered, but proud American flag still flying high at dawn over Fort McHenry, Baltimore, after an all-night bombardment by the British rockets during the War of 1812, he wrote the words to our National Anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner." June 14 is National Flag Day. How many of
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2007
On Jan. 11, China conducted a successful test of an anti-satellite weapon from the from the Xichang Space Center in Sichuan province. The missile successfully engaged an aging low-earth orbit Chinese weather satellite on a polar orbit, 537 miles in space. (U.S. Air Force graphic) Saving the nation is serious business
On Jan. 11, China conducted a successful test of an anti-satellite weapon., creating an instant need for an expanded space catalog and greater space situational awareness.Launched from the Xichang Space Center in Sichuan province, the missile successfully engaged an aging low-Earth orbit Chinese Fengyun-1C weather satellite on a polar orbit, 537
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2007
The Canadian Snowbirds Aerial Demonstration Team perform their signature Canada Goose formation during practice over Malmstrom Air Force Base May 19. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Emerald Ralston) Commander's thanks
As everyone knows by now, Team Malmstrom experienced a tragic event May 25 when Snowbird 2, Capt. Shawn McCaughey, crashed during rehearsal for the weekend's air show. At the request of the Snowbird team, we still held our open house without their performance and invited the community to come out and witness our folks showcasing our mission. What
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2007
Default Air Force Logo CC's Memorial Day Message
To the Men and Women of Air Force Space Command. As flags wave gracefully on this upcoming Memorial Day, we pay tribute to the brave Americans who have fallen while fighting our Nation's wars and battles. We pause to honor the patriots--Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen--who answered their Nation's call so that we all may live
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2007
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