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Staff Sgt. Karl Muench Jr., of the 7th Component Maintenance Squadron, Dyess AFB,Texas, performs frequency adjustments to a B-1 Band 4-8 receiver mounted on a Radar and Electronic Warfare test station.  The Band 4-8 Receiver recently underwent a B1-B Repair Network Integration proof of concept live test. The test demonstrated whether the repair network could re-optimize and balance capacities to meet a workload requirement of 15 serviceable assets within a 90- day period. (U.S. Air Force Photo/ MSgt Kenneth Bamberger)

Savings of time, money result from B1-B receiver live test
A collaboration of ideas and support from numerous organizations recently led to a positive Requisition Objective fill rate for the Band 4-8 receiver on the B-1B Lancer's electronic warfare system."The 4-8 receivers are one of three electronic line replacement units within the defense avionics system on the B-1 that renders the defensive system
0 2/11
2010
Maj. John Lynch, 88th Medical Group Critical Care Air Transport Team, prepares a 3-year-old earthquake victim for aeromedical evacuation from Port-au-Prince, Haiti to Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Anastasia Wasem/Released) Air Force medics evacuating critically ill from Haiti
A three-person medical team from the Wright-Patterson Medical Center here has deployed to provide aeromedical evacuation support to assist victims of the earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.The Critical Care Air Transport, or CCAT team, is staging from MacDill Air Force Base, Fla. with the 45th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron. From there, the team
0 1/26
2010
Robert Daniels of the 551st Commodities Maintenance Squadron at Tinker AFB, Okla., drills holes for rivets while changing KC-135 spoiler ribs.  The Civilian Career Development Program for depot maintenance workers at Air Force Materiel Command’s Air Logistics Centers can be used as a mapping tool to broaden careers for those unable to utilize computers every day. (File photo/ Margo Wright) AFMC-born mapping tool aids in depot maintenance career advancement
A career development tool initiated by an Air Force Materiel Command member could be the driving force behind helping depot maintenance workers at AFMC's Air Logistics Centers excel in their careers."I always felt we were lacking in our ability to help individuals plan their careers, and so while assigned to the Maintenance Wing at Ogden Air
0 1/26
2010
Chief Master Sgt. Eric R. Jaren has learned that a successful career requires not only fulfilling your duties, but thinking outside the box as well. Chief Jaren was recently named AFMC's new command chief. AFMC's new command chief master sergeant is "all-in"
During 28 years as an Airman, Chief Master Sgt. Eric R. Jaren has learned that a successful career requires not only fulfilling your duties, but thinking outside the box as well. For those who do both, he said, opportunities arise. The latest opportunity for Chief Jaren came by way of Gen. Donald Hoffman, who was searching for a Command Chief
0 1/21
2010
Firefighters (l to r) Tyson Dean, Edward Thomas and Scott Benjamin, members of Ohio Task Force One, move through the processing line at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, on Jan. 14, 2010, while preparing to deploy to Haiti to provide disaster-and humanitarian relief support after the recent earthquake.  The task force, made up of approximately 80 first-responders from around Ohio's Miami Valley and their equipment, are staged at the base while awaiting airlift into Haiti.  (AF Photo by Mr Ben Strasser) Ohio Task Force One ready to depart for Haiti from WPAFB
An 80-member urban search and rescue team is packed and ready to go here, in case their unit will be the next to fly into earthquake-ravaged Haiti.Ohio Task Force One is composed of volunteer members from throughout Ohio and northern Kentucky, highly trained people anxious to provide search and rescue for those trapped under collapsed buildings due
0 1/15
2010
HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. -- A commercial satellite image downloaded and processed by the Eagle Vision System, managed by the Electronic Systems Center here, shows the destruction in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, following this week’s massive earthquake there.  Such images are helping disaster response officials provide faster and safer assistance to residents there.  (USAF image) ESC group aids Haitian response efforts with critical imagery
The 950th Electronic System Group's Eagle Vision imagery collection team here sprang into action within hours of the 7.0 earthquake that shook Haiti to its core Jan. 13.By about 9 p.m. that evening, program officials began working to order commercial satellite imagery of the island nation from a pre-established list of world-wide vendors, said
0 1/15
2010
Known for its arena and southern rock music, the band .38 Special will perform center stage at the grounds behind the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force at the Freedom's Call Tattoo June 25. The band's free performance is among one of the many highlights of the Air Force Materiel Command’s sixth annual Tattoo event. (Courtesy photo) Freedom's Call Tattoo 2010 to feature .38 Special as musical guests
A southern rock explosion by guest performer .38 Special will be among the highlights at this year's Freedom's Call Tattoo slated for June 25. Known for integrating arena and southern rock into its music, the band will perform in a free concert, part of the Air Force Materiel Command's sixth annual Freedom's Call Tattoo. The military celebration
0 1/13
2010
Gen. Donald J. Hoffman, commander of Air Force Materiel Command, re-administers the oath of office to Lt. Gen. Janet C. Wolfenbarger during a Dec. 30 promotion ceremony at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.  General Wolfenbarger's new three-star rank and position as the Vice Commander of AFMC were confirmed by the U.S. Senate Dec. 4.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Mike Libecap) Promotion ceremony welcomes new AFMC vice commander
It was a family reunion when Air Force Materiel Command formally welcomed its new vice commander with a promotion ceremony Wednesday, Dec. 30, at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.More than 20 family members of Lt. Gen. Janet C. Wolfenbarger attended the ceremony at which the general's husband, daughter and parents pinned on her
0 12/31
2009
Senior Airman Tre Porfirio poses with Lt. Col. Rick Johns and Senior Airman Scott Cross in his recovery room at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Md., after receiving 11 surgeries to reconstruct his abdomen. While serving with an Army unit in Afghanistan, Airman Porfirio was shot three times in the back by an insurgent Nov. 21. Airmen Porfirio and Cross are assigned to the 88th Communications Squadron at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Colonel Johns is the 88th CS commander. Doctors perform groundbreaking surgery at Walter Reed
Doctors from Walter Reed Army Medical Center here and the University of Miami collaborated to perform the first pancreas islet cell transplant Thanksgiving Day on an Airman whose pancreas was injured so severely in Afghanistan that it had to be removed.Senior Airman Tre Porfirio, a 21-year-old communications technician deployed from
0 12/19
2009
Scott Slyfield and Robert David talk about the APTO 25kW Tracking Solar Array. U. S. Air Force photo by Sue Sapp Robins home to Southeast's first-of-its-kind solar technology
Robins has consistently been a leader in testing alternative power technologies, but perhaps no other effort has been as visible to the general base populace then a recently installed solar panel.The gleaming panel, about the size of a drive-in movie screen, incorporates state-of-the-art technology and produces a peak of 25 kilowatts of
0 12/18
2009
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