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Things to know about gift cards

Posted December 18, 2014 by Airman 1st Class Chelsie De Vera

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — Many gifts exchange hands during the holiday season. One of the most popular, easiest and convenient of gifts is the gift card. Almost every store offers gift cards for their products or services. Gift cards can satisfy even the most particular recipients since they choose what to purchase for themselves. However,…

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Scholarships for Military Children

Posted December 18, 2014 by

FORT LEE, Va. – As the Scholarships for Military Children Program enters its 15th year, more than 8,000 students have shared nearly $13 million in scholarships. Applications for the 2015-2016 school-year awards become available starting Dec. 15 at commissaries worldwide or on the Scholarships for Military Children website. As one of last year’s recipients said,…

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Airmen, families, friends remember loved ones at Arlington

Posted December 18, 2014 by Staff Sgt. Christopher Gross

ARLINGTON, Va. (AFNS) — Nearly 50,000 volunteers came together to place remembrance wreaths on the headstones of about 230,000 veterans during the 23rd Annual National Wreaths Across America Day Dec. 13, at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia. Airmen from all around the Washington D.C. area, along with friends and families of fallen warriors were among the…

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Eagle flies home: Airman receives a native name

Posted December 11, 2014 by Airman 1st Class Ceaira Tinsley

MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. — The buildings looked the same and the people seemed familiar, but something was different. Maybe it was him. His Native American ties were lost at a young age and now nearly 20 years had passed since he reconnected with his roots. This piece of his life was broken until a naming…

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Commissary Value Brands to return for more savings

Posted December 4, 2014 by Kevin Robinson

FORT LEE, Va. – In response to growing patron demand for products comparable to the low-cost private label items sold in civilian stores, the Defense Commissary Agency is re-energizing an “old friend” known as Commissary Value Brand. Starting in December, commissaries worldwide will highlight about 300 Value Brand products in 33 categories such as frozen…

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“Aiming High” and getting high not compatible for civilian, AF members

Posted December 4, 2014 by Micah Garbarino

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah, — Voters in Alaska, Oregon and Washington D.C., recently joined Colorado in legalizing the possession and use of marijuana. Apart from Oregon, each area has large Air Force populations. Leaders say it’s important for military and civilian Airmen to remember that while American voters’ attitudes are shifting toward loosening restrictions on marijuana,…

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Let’s talk turkey: Prepare the perfect bird this holiday season

Posted November 26, 2014 by Joan Vasey

Whether having a big group over to share the Thanksgiving festivities or it’s just you and the Family, the centerpiece of any Thanksgiving table is the turkey. Guests will graze around the appetizer table careful not to fill their bellies in anticipation of the plump, juicy turkey and all the fixin’s. Most people aren’t world-renowned…

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AF closes FY14 force management programs

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WASHINGTON (AFNS) — Airmen who met the service’s reduction in force board were notified of the board’s results Nov. 19, bringing the fiscal year 2014 force management programs to an end. The RIF board selected 354 captains and majors across the Air Force for non-retention, half of the number the service previously projected it would…

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Exchange keeps the ‘Thanks’ in Thanksgiving

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DALLAS – With a quarter of its work force comprised of military family members, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service is a true example of family serving family. As such, the focus on Thanksgiving will be on family. “Exchange Main Stores in the Continental United States will be closed Thanksgiving, but open early Black…

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Local Civil Air Patrol opportunities available

Posted November 7, 2014 by Airman 1st Class Cheyenne Morigeau

There is a unique organization available for those who are interested in serving the U.S. without contractual obligation. The Civil Air Patrol was created in 1941, giving thousands of volunteer members the chance to answer America’s call to national service by accepting and performing critical wartime missions. Today the CAP supports America’s communities with emergency…

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