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The 735th SCOG Dorm Council poses with the AFGLSC Commander and the AFGLSC Command Chief. Left to right are Senior Airman Segel Burgess, Senior Airman Ethan Gilkey, Airman 1st Class Shawney Hubiak, Maj. Gen. Gary T. McCoy, Airman 1st Class Curtis Duckworth, Airman 1st Class William Navarro and Chief Master Sgt.Cynthia M. Solomito. (Courtesy photo) Commentary: Rags to Riches
In early 2010, Jordan Hall dormitory here was, to put it lightly, the "hot spot" on Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. It was rare for a week to go by without some manner of incident. As the oldest dorm on base, Jordan Hall was run-down -- which aided in the establishment of an "I don't care" mentality for some. For a period of time, it was
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Default Air Force Logo Hanscom, Kirtland work together to ensure AFRL division's smooth move
As a result of the 2005 Congressional Base Realignment and Closure decision, directing the relocation of Air Force Research Laboratory's Battlespace Environment Division from Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., to here, people from both locations have collaborated to make this a smooth move to consolidate the Hanscom division with AFRL's Space Vehicles
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Future flight surgeons begin an altitude chamber flight at the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM). The altitude chamber simulates the effects of high altitude on the human body. It is the latest USAFSAM class to transition to WPAFB from Brooks City-Base, Texas as part of the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). (U.S. Air Force photo by Chris Gulliford) Altitude chamber training begins at the new human performance wing complex
Altitude chamber training for future flight surgeons began here April 4, 2011, at the new 711th Human Performance Wing complex, becoming one of the latest United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine classes to transition from Brooks City-Base, Texas, as part of the Base Realignment and Closure.The altitude chamber simulates the effects of
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2011 is AFMC's "Year of the Community College of the Air Force." My educational journey: The best thing since sliced bread?
There was a guy at my high school who was a real know-it-all. Ever meet one of those? The kind of person you just can't teach anything? Some people call them punks; others say they're just immature and have some growing up to do. Well, right after our junior year, this guy quits. He figures he's learned all high school has to teach him, and he's
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AFMC Services Logo Command seeks members for AFMC marathon team
Air Force Materiel Command is currently seeking members for its command Air Force Marathon team.A total of 10 active-duty members will be selected to participate. Three male and two female runners will be selected for both the full-marathon and half-marathon races.Individuals interested in participating should submit an Air Force Form 303 to their
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The United States Air Force Test Pilot School’s VISTA (Variable stability In-flight Simulator Test Aircraft) F-16 positions itself underneath a KC-135 refueler during a flight test mission conducted by TPS students March 17. The maneuver is part of the Basic Envelope Air Refueling Control Laws, or BEAR CLAW, test project, which is aimed at obtaining preliminary data leading ultimately to have an unmanned aerial vehicle conduct air-to-air refueling. (Air Force photo by Bobbi Zapka) TPS's Test Management Program brings real-world projects to classroom
United States Air Force Test Pilot School students endure a rigorous schedule where they have to balance intense academics while flying a wide variety of aircraft. Another portion of the 11-month course is the Test Management Program, a six- to eight-month project that gives the students hands-on experience and oversight of a real test
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Default Air Force Logo Marathon early registration brings chance to win prize package
Anyone registering for the Air Force Marathon before April 30, 2011, will be automatically entered to win an All Access Prize Package. "We did this contest last year in July and it was a huge hit, but this year the races are filling up so fast that we didn't dare wait until then," said Molly Louden, Air Force Marathon director. Currently, the half
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The AFNet Increment 1 team reviews Integrated Management Site Equipment at the Hanscom AFB Lab March 22.  Looking on (l to r) are: Maj. Stephani Hunsinger, Linda Mann, Capt. Michael Crowl, Vince Ross and Jan Krajewski and.  (USAF Photo by Rick Berry) Test report: AFNet effective, suitable, mission-capable
The effort to manage Air Force web and e-mail operations as one, consolidated enterprise took a giant step forward March 18, 2011, with release of a testing report on Air Force Intranet Increment 1, referred to as AFNet Inc 1. The Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center's Operational Utility Evaluation concluded that AFNet Inc 1 is
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An F-22 Raptor takes off at Edwards powered by biofuel. The flight was the capstone of a series of ground and flight test events conducted by the 411th Flight Test Squadron this past week for the Raptor using the biofuel blend.  (Air Force photo by Kevin North) F-22 Raptor flown on synthetic biofuel
An F-22 Raptor successfully flew at supercruise March 18, 2011, on a 50/50 fuel blend of conventional petroleum-based JP-8 and biofuel derived from camelina, a weed-like plant not used for food.The flight was the capstone of a series of ground and flight test events conducted by the 411th Flight Test Squadron at Edwards Air Force Base the week of
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This C-5 will soon be flown from here to the “boneyard” at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, where it will join other retired aircraft. U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton 

402nd mechanics prepare damaged aircraft for final flight to 'boneyard'
Aircraft mechanics here work hard every day with the single goal of returning safe and reliable aircraft to the warfighter as quickly as possible. Recently, however, some C-5 mechanics have been working with a uniquely different purpose. They have been making modifications on a C-5 to allow the 42-year-old plane, which has a structural crack, to be
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