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An Air Force lieutenant, stationed at Vandenberg, recently assisted in the rescue of a woman involved in a vehicle accident near Santa Barbara, California, Dec. 1. On leave and intending to meet his girlfriend for lunch, 1st Lt. Tyler Theberge, 4th Space Launch Squadron deputy chief engineer, noticed something awry as he approached an intersection on State Route 154. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Phipps/Released) Lieutenant's quick heroics aid accident victim
An Air Force lieutenant, stationed at Vandenberg, recently assisted in the rescue of a woman involved in a vehicle accident near Santa Barbara, Calif., Dec. 1.On leave and intending to meet his girlfriend for lunch, 1st Lt. Tyler Theberge, 4th Space Launch Squadron deputy chief engineer, noticed something awry as he approached an intersection on
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2015
Staff Sgt. William Huster, 30th Security Forces Squadron noncommissioned officer in-charge of force protection and intelligence inspects a type of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, known as Raven-B/DDL, April 30, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. With an aim to enhance comprehensive base safety and security, the 30th Security Forces Squadron is bolstering its Small Unmanned Aircraft System program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Shane Phipps/Released)

Eyes in the sky
With an aim to enhance comprehensive base safety and security, the 30th Security Forces Squadron is bolstering its Small Unmanned Aircraft System program.The model of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, known as Raven-B/DDL employed at Vandenberg, requires two security forces operators and is utilized for its ample reconnaissance capabilities."We have
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2014
Staff Sgt. Raymond Barkley, 30th Space Wing executive assistant to the command chief, works at his desk, April 30, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. As the executive assistant to the command chief, Barkley is responsible for a wide variety of tasks, all ensuring maximum efficiency for wing leadership. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Shane Phipps/Released)


Executive position provides key leadership support
In addition to more than 130 standard career fields, the Air Force is comprised of many unique, temporary duty positions.One such opportunity is a year-long commitment that plays an essential and direct supporting role to wing-level leadership."There's never a standard day in the front office," said Staff Sgt. Raymond Barkley, 30th Space Wing
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2014
Staff Sgt. Jayme Baucham, 30th Civil Engineer Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of mission engineering, returns work-out equipment to Sandra Marquez, 30th Force Support Squadron fitness programs coordinator, at the base fitness center April 28,2014, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Vandenberg fitness center employees pride themselves in providing quality support and customer service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Yvonne Morales/ Released) Fitness center staff promotes fitness one Airman at a time
Vandenberg fitness center employees pride themselves in ensuring military members' fitness success and supporting the overall mission.Seven days a week the staff opens up the facility and makes sure equipment is safe, clean, and ready to use. From the early risers to the late night gym goers, the staff strives to make everyone's experience
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2014
Maj. Joel Fenlason, 45th Space Wing deputy director of staff, displays some of the medals he has earned for running marathons over the past 9 years. He started running marathons in 2005 when he was 31 years old. His goal was to complete 50 marathons by his 40th birthday. Now 40, he is preparing to run his 75th marathon Feb. 16. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tech. Sgt. Erin Smith) Marathon Man: Air Force major to complete 75th marathon in 9 years
One man. Nine years. 74 marathons.For many, this sounds like an unattainable goal, but Maj. Joel Fenlason has no plans to slow down just yet. Running is his therapy, and each marathon presents a new challenge.He started running marathons in 2005 when he was 31 years old. His goal was to complete 50 marathons by his 40th birthday. Now 40, he is
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2014
Louis Fischer, Schriever Antiterrorism officer, recounts his time at U.S. Air Force Academy as a military training leader. (U.S. Air Force photo/Christopher DeWitt) Civilian Airman highlights NCO corps contribution to building leaders
Louis Fischer could still remember his experience at the U.S. Air Force Academy as one of the first enlisted Airmen to be a military training leader there. It was 1995. Fresh from a deployment in Panama in support of Operation Safe Haven, then Tech. Sgt. Fischer was a security policeman looking for a job in the Air Force that did not require him to
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2013
First Lt. Marcianna Pease poses for a photo during her year-long deployment in Afghanistan as the biometric advisor to the Afghan Ministry of Interior. Pease is a 50th Operations Support Squadron Wideband Global SATCOM satellite instructor from Schriever Air Force Base. Pease was selected to be featured in the Built Schriever Tough campaign during the month of October 2013. See more of Schriever's Toughest at http://www.schriever.af.mil/builtschrievertough.asp or visit
http://www.facebook.com/SchrieverAirForceBase to get involved. (Courtesy photo) Airman changes one Afghan's perspective at a time
Caring made all the difference. A year ago, an Afghan colonel's perspective on women was bordering chauvinistic, maybe rooted from his country's culture and history. He didn't want to work with a woman because they "don't understand." Then he met an American lieutenant. First Lt. Marcianna Pease deployed to Afghanistan August 2012 for a year-long
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2013
Robert Ness, 50th Logistics Readiness Flight Individual Protective Element technician, inspects a gas mask Aug. 12, 2013, at Schriever Air Force Base. Ness is more popularly known as Mobility Bob. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Julius Delos Reyes) Meet 'Mobility Bob'
Ask Schriever Airmen if they know "Mobility Bob" and most answer yes. He is the answer to every mobility questions. You need a gas mask? Call Mobility Bob. You need a deployment bag? Who are you going to call? Mobility Bob. Meet Mobility Bob, also known to his parents and family as Robert Ness. He is a 50th Logistics Readiness Flight Individual
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2013
Members of the 50th Space Wing participate in the monthly Warfit Run Oct. 11 at the main fitness center. The run is designed to promote fitness and camaraderie.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Bill Evans) Getting back on fitness wagon
Fitness is essential to healthy living. This mantra has been pounded into every service member's brain ever since they joined the military. Even before that, parents and teachers have taught their children or students the importance of being fit. However as time went by, that lesson seemed to have been lost on the wayside as priorities change. Once
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2013
Capt. Colin Merrin, 2nd Space Operations Squadron, pushes toward the summit of Mount Everest May 20 less than 24 hours before he must make a heartbreaking decision at 27,000 feet. (Courtesy photo) 2 SOPS captain makes difficult choice at 27,000 feet
(Editor's Note: This is the final story in a three-part series highlighting Capt. Colin Merrin's journey to Mount Everest.) Months of training, extreme cold temperatures, intestinal illness, sleep deprivation, avalanches, limited oxygen at high elevations and a respiratory infection. These are the trials and tribulations that Capt. Colin Merrin, a
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