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Organizers make final preperations for the dedication ceremony of the Air Force Memorial, in Arlington, Va., on Oct. 12. The memorial's dedication ceremony kicks off at 9 a.m. Oct. 14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Larry A. Simmons) AF Memorial symbolizes many things to many people
The new Air Force Memorial represents a lot of things to a lot of people. The three spires are symbolic of many aspects of our lives in the Air Force: our core values, a fighter jet bomb burst formation, our three mission areas of air, space and cyberspace or three satellite boosters on their launch trajectories. The beauty of the memorial's design
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Sexual Assault Awareness Month: 'We can make an impact'
Most of us may readily say, "I am against sexual assault," or, "My personal circumstances and lifestyle aren't part of the culture where this can occur," or "I have nothing to do with it." We go to sleep at night knowing we would never commit a sexual assault. But we really do have something to do with it, and we can make an impact. Nationally,
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Energy drinks, booze: a bad mix
A new craze is sweeping the night club scene. What a great idea, mixing liquid courage with an energy drink to avoid the slowing effects of a pure depressant. Well, patrons haven't needed much convincing. "About half the drinks I serve on a weekend night contain energy drinks," said Joey Ingalls, a 23-year-old bartender at a popular Colorado
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Remember the Holocaust: Days of Remembrance: April 23-30
Holocaust Remembrance Day, observed April 26 this year, is set aside for remembering the victims of the Holocaust and for reminding Americans of what can happen to civilized people when bigotry, hatred and indifference are allowed to reign. The Holocaust is not merely a story of destruction and loss; it is a story of an apathetic world and a few
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Commentary DUI: Unacceptable, period
One American life is lost every 22 minutes in an alcohol-related traffic collision, and 50 percent of Americans will be involved in an alcohol-involved traffic collision sometime during their lifetime, according to the California Highway Patrol. If that doesn't scare you, it should. Drinking and driving is a problem in this country, not only for
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: Is the dream now reality?
Editor's note: Airman Finley is a member of the Black Heritage Awareness Committee. As most people rejoice in the day they are given off for the Martin Luther King Jr. observance, I would like to rejoice in the man himself. For years, I--like many--took the day and did whatever recreationally suited my time. It wasn't until I became older and more
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Break your routine; learn about what you defend
It's a regular part of my Thursday-morning routine: take a first glimpse of the paper when I get into the office, then take copies across the hall to the commander's office, the chief's desk, the director of staff, protocol and a few others. I happened in on an informal conversation between the chief and another NCO the morning of Jan. 19, and he
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2006
PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- This prairie rattlesnake was found June 27 at the skate park in the housing area here. The snake, which preys on prairie dogs and other rodents, is poisonous and blends in well with its natural surroundings. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Stephen Burroughs) 101 Critical Days: Some dangers come in small packages
Dangers around your house don't always flash warning signs. Some of the biggest dangers come in creepy, crawly and camouflaged packages. Brown recluse spiders, while not quite as dangerous as the infamous black widow, can threaten life or limb if its bites are left untreated. Brown recluses live in areas that are normally undisturbed, such as dark
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2006
The Parks Highway fire, Alaska, advances as seen from a helicopter on June 8.  The fire has burned more than 114,000 acres of land so far including, two houses, two cabins and several outbuildings. (Photo by Adam Kohley, Alaska Fire Service) Parks Highway fire strengthens community ties
“Citizen Soldier” is a phrase synonymous with the National Guard. This term definitely applies to the newest Alaska Air National Guard unit – the 213th Space Warning Squadron at Clear Air Force Station, Alaska. A large portion of the personnel working at Clear reside within the communities of Nenana, Anderson and Healy. During the recent Parks
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2006
Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Jacobson
Honor comes to those who serve
Many of you have probably heard of the death of Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Jacobson, 17th Security Forces Squadron, who was deployed to Iraq and died when an improvised explosive device exploded as her convoy traveled Sept. 28. Airman Jacobson, who was assigned to Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, was the first female Airman to die in the line of
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