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Top 10 things to remember when moving to RamsteinTop 10 things  ...
Top 10 things to remember when moving to Ramstein

Top 10 things to remember when moving to Ramstein. (Air Force courtesy graphic)
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Posted: 7/29/2010

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Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program logo.

Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program logo for the DOD programs that help deploying members and their families during deployments. USAF Clipart created by: UNKNOWN - RELEASED
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Posted: 6/25/2010

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Social media sites

Air Education and Training Command officials authorized access to 29 social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Gmail, on government computers in April. Personnel must have their supervisor's authorization prior to accessing these sites and must follow Directive-Type Memorandum 09-026 and Air Force Instruction 33-129. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Senior Airman Tong Duong)
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Posted: 5/10/2010

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Don't Text and Drive

President Barack Obama recently issued a texting while driving ban for federal employees while behind the wheel on government business. Additionally, Air Force Instruction 91-207 Traffic Safety Program does state drivers are not allowed to use cell phones without a hands-free device on or off base, including texting. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman Amanda Dick)
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Posted: 4/14/2010

Cyber GunslingerCyber Gunslinger
Cyber Gunslinger

The 67th Network Warfare Wing Gunslinger is the wing's mascot. The Gunslinger represents the spirit and tenacity of the wing's personnel through his parallels with the wing shield: a star on his chest, like the shield stars, to represent the mission of network attack, exploitation, defense, and operations performed by cyberspace warriors to defeat adversaries; a dark blue shirt, like the dark blue field, to symbolize the shroud of secrecy that surrounds a cyberspace adversary; and a red scarf, the lightening bolt, to represent the applied speed, strength, power, and precision of Air Force network warfare. The Gunslinger's lifelong mission has been and will be to deny adversaries the use of cyberspace while maximizing Air Force use of the net: Lux Ex Tenebris (Light from Darkness). (U.S. Air Force Graphic/Vincent Childress)
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Posted: 3/10/2010

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Piggy Bank

Finance experts suggest that understanding the time value of money may be the most important step in financial management. As such, let's become skilled at the concepts of financial responsibility, and then apply that same model to safety. (©RF/NOVA)
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Posted: 1/22/2010

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Air University Emblem

In accordance with Chapter 3 of AFI 84-105, commercial reproduction of this emblem is NOT permitted without the permission of the proponent organizational/unit commander.
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Posted: 1/8/2010

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Prime Beef Logo

Prime Beef Logo. United States Air Force Civil Engineering (CE) Prime Beef seal (color)
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Posted: 1/6/2010

Thanksgiving holiday food safety tipsThanksgiving  ...
Thanksgiving holiday food safety tips

MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- As you enjoy your Thanksgiving Holiday with family and friends, remember to keep food safety in mind and practice personal risk management. (Courtesy graphic)
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Posted: 11/23/2009

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Flu Vaccine

Flu Vaccine
Flu Vaccine


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Posted: 11/10/2009

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Winter Safety Items

Putting together a winter safety kit for your car is essential to have in case of an emergency. Some of the items in the kit should be a cell phone with a charger, blankets and warm clothes, flashlight with extra batteries, first aid kit and a sack of sand or cat litter.
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Posted: 10/8/2009

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In Katrina's Wake

New Orleans Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base (Alvin Callender Field), Belle Chasse, Louisiana, September 1, 2005 Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Louisiana and Mississippi on August 29, 2005 causing one of the worst natural disasters in the history of the United States. Air and Army National Guardsmen from across the country, along with state and local emergency responders and members of the active duty armed forces, poured into the Gulf Coast region to participate in a massive humanitarian relief effort. The entry point for much of the National Guard’s relief operations in Louisiana was the New Orleans Naval Air Station located immediately south of the Crescent City in the suburb of Belle Chasse. Beginning on September 1, 2005, Air National Guard C-130s and KC-135s airlifted equipment, supplies, food and military personnel into the airfield and began evacuating sick and injured civilians. Army National Guard helicopters and fixed wing aircraft also participated in relief operations from that installation. In addition to aircrews and planes, Air Guard rescue personnel and equipment as well as combat controllers, security forces, and civil engineering personnel deployed to Belle Chasse. They immediately began conducting rescue operations and building up the base infrastructure to support the huge influx of troops to the devastated Gulf Coast. Most of the National Guardsmen who deployed to the region, including those at the Naval Air Station, remained in state status under the legal control of their governors which enabled them to provide law enforcement support in affected areas when required. They deployed in accordance with Emergency Management Assistance Compacts that had been developed between many states well before Hurricane Katrina struck. By September 8, 2005, over 51,000 National Guardsmen were helping people along the Gulf Coast deal with the terrible devastation inflicted on them by Hurricane Katrina, making this the largest deployment for a domestic emergency in the history of the National Guard
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Posted: 10/1/2009

    

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