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Default Air Force Logo Resiliency: Techniques to survive deployment stress
Deployment has become a common part of our military language as every branch of service and military installation provides troops to support the operations occurring in Iraq and Afghanistan. For today's Air Force family, the key to a successful deployment is learning how to become resilient: an ability to adjust to or recover easily to sudden
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Ascension wins Air Force award for best overseas environmental quality
Ascension Air Field, a vital link in the support chain of the 45th Space Wing, recently won the Air Force's Gen. Thomas D. White Environmental Quality Award for Overseas Installations. This is the second time Ascension has won an award for environmental practices. Sitting in the Atlantic Ocean 4,400 nautical miles from Patrick Air Force Base,
0 4/23
2009
Sexual Assault Awareness Month Poster. This poster was created by Billy Smallwood of the Defense Media Activity. Air Force Link does not provide printed posters but a PDF file of this poster is available for local printing up to 18x24 inches. Requests can be made to art@afnews.af.mil. Please specify the title and number. Sex Signals: Improv sheds light on miscommunication
In Sex Signals, an April 14 presentation hosted by the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program, actors Amber Kelley and Chris Byer delivered a comedic, engaging and educational program entitled "Are you getting the signal." The actors took audience members through a few scenarios that involved pick-up, dating and sexual situations. Their
0 4/15
2009
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Tech. Sgt. Michael Roberts, a sensor management analyst from the 614th Air and Space Operations Center, verifies the accuracy of a radar tracking station's observations of several man-made objects floating in space March 4 here. The purpose of Joint Space Operations Center is to provide a focal point for the operational employment of worldwide joint space forces, and enable the commander of Joint Functional Component Command for Space to integrate space power into global military operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Vanessa Valentine) Joint Space Operations Center: DOD's eye in the sky supporting the troops on the ground
For the troops on the ground in hot zones all around the world, there are many items they rely on that are vital in their day-to-day operations: their weapons, their wingmen, their body armor ... their space assets? The DOD's space assets are often overlooked as key items in the daily operations of the commander on the ground in operational areas
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2009
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - A child checks the face-painting artist's handy work at the 7th Annual Spring Fling April 11. The event, held in the Main Fitness Center, provided games, prizes, music, food and more for the Schriever community. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Stacy Foster) Winter weather can't stop 7th Annual Spring Fling
The weather outside was frightful, but was no match for the warmth provided by the 50th Force Support Squadron as they hosted the 7th Annual Spring Fling in the Main Fitness Center April 11. Hundreds of children and parents from the Schriever community walked through the doors of the fitness center to the sights and sounds of a western "hoe down"
0 4/14
2009
Default Air Force Logo April: Month of the military child
In 1986, Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger established the Defense Department commemoration of "Month of the Military Child". Mr. Weinberger understood the challenges that military children face by having a parent serve in the Armed Forces. Since then, every April, U.S. military services and communities around the world have recognized the
0 4/10
2009
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Jared Coen, a first-grade student at Crestview Elementary School, takes the lead as his classmates count along with him the numbers ranging one to 100 before the beginning of the class day here April 9. Jared is involved in the local community, excelling in school and innovating new ways to recycle in his household. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Steve Bauer) Military child leads by example
With a grin extending ear-to-ear in delight and a slight skip to his step, one of Vandenberg's own maneuvers his way through the corridors of the Youth Center here. This is the scene of a typical day for Jared Coen, a student at Crestview Elementary School, when he is greeted by his father Master Sgt. Scott Coen, a 381st Training Group instructor
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2009
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Capt. Genevieve Minzyk, 50th Space Wing executive officer, awaits her turn to respond during the 25th National Space Symposium, held at The Broadmoor Hotel March 31. Captain Minzyk participated in a panel of young space professionals entitled "A New Generation for the Next Space Age," in which she shared her viewpoints on the space industry. (Courtesy photo) 50th Space Wing executive officer represents 'A New Generation for the Next Space Age'
When she walked into the auditorium, her nerves began to get the best of her. The room was gargantuan, and her place was on a stage in front of hundreds. As questions began, Capt. Genevieve Minzyk became calm, knowing she was exactly where she was supposed to be. During the 25th National Space Symposium held at The Broadmoor Hotel March 30 through
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2009
Jim Thul, barber, cuts Airman 1st Class Scott Kelley's hair at the base barber shop March 31. Mr. Thul has been cutting hair at Malmstrom for 50 years as of April 1, 2009. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Dillon White) Ex-Airman is a cut above
Would a barber know how to remove an engine from an F-84 Sabre? Absolutely, as long as that barber is Jim Thul. The Dubuque, Iowa, native has cut hair at Malmstrom for 50 years as of April 1, 2009. During those years, he has given "trims" to children, who later returned to his barber chair as servicemembers. He has also "lowered the ears" of Airmen
0 4/03
2009
Default Air Force Logo Eyes on OPSEC: Keystroke Security
Pop quiz: how many believe browsing the internet is 100 percent safe and secure? Certain sites, such as those hosted by banks and other financial institutions, have added multiple layers of security in order to maximize the safety of your transactions, but not every website has taken such precautions. Any time you visit one of these sites, your
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2009
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