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354th Bulldogs improve in-flight sight

A-10C Thunderbolt II pilots of the 354th Fighter Squadron Bulldogs began flying with a new helmet mounted integrated targeting system. The Scorpion Helmet Mounted Cueing System provides pilots with the ability to rapidly cue sensors or weapons and to designate targets with a high degree of accuracy by simply “looking at” the target or point…

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Did you call the Enterprise Service Desk yesterday, but you’re still on hold today? The Communications Squadron will be uploading the Virtual Enterprise Service Desk application to computers base wide. 1st Lt. Brooke Leigh, 355th CS operations flight commander held classes on Wednesday to explain the purpose of it. The vESD application is a help desk…

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AFAS steps up with education programs

Education can be a key to succeeding in life, especially for military members looking to make the Air Force a career. The costs associated with getting an education are on the rise, but the Air Force Aid Society can help take some of stress out of the process for dependents. For more than 70 years,…

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Exchange offers full-service refueling to drivers with disabilities

DALLAS – The Army & Air Force Exchange Service, with the support of U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth of Illinois, is adding a new system to gas stations on military installations worldwide to make it easier for drivers with disabilities to receive full-service fueling with the push of a button. In 2014, after a request from the…

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Retired military, current and retired federal civil service eligible to live on base

Soaring Heights Communities, located at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, has opened select homes giving retired military, federal civil service employees, retired federal civil service and their families the opportunity to experience the comfort, convenience and peace-of-mind that comes with living on base. Soaring Heights’ residents enjoy two, three and four bedroom homes, a pet-friendly community,…


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Desert medic chosen for commissioning program

Posted  July 5, 2013

U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christine Griffiths Tech. Sgt. Pamela Jirsa, 355th Medical Operations Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of the orthopedic clinic, applies a cast to a patients arm at the 355th Medical Group. Jirsa was accepted into the Nursing Enlisted Commissioning Program for the year of 2013. Not everyone gets to…

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Local Briefs July 5, 2013

Posted  July 5, 2013

Summary courts officer notice for Gabriel R. Garza It is with deep regret that we announce the unexpected death of Master Sgt. Gabriel R. Garza, 355th Component Maintenance Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz. Capt. John R. Ware, 355th CMS, is detailed as Summary Court Officer to secure and make proper disposition of the personal property and…

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New facilities for new capabilities

Posted  June 27, 2013

You may have noticed some construction happening right off the intersection of Tempe Street and Phoenix Street. The sign outside proclaims it the HC-130J Aerial Delivery Facility, a project that has been ongoing since mid-2012.

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Air Force changes military funeral honors requirements

Posted  June 27, 2013

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — Due to the impact of sequestration, the funerals of retirees will fall under an adjusted requirements policy for military funeral honors similar to that which is already used for veterans, an Air Force news release said. The adjustment was effective as of June 4. The seven member services for retirees when…

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D-M shows off its talent

Posted  June 27, 2013

Recently Airmen and members of the D-M community competed in a base talent show. Eight contestants performed before a crowd of about 110 people at the Mirage Club.

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Officials weigh resource priorities during sequester

Posted  June 27, 2013

ARLINGTON, Va. — In light of recent budget woes, Defense Department officials are weighing resource priorities and moving toward the decision phase for the fiscal year 2014 budget, a Pentagon official said at the National Defense Industrial Association National Logistics Forum in Arlington, Va., June 14. During the strategic choices management review designed to plan a timeline over the…

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‘Lucky’ people take personal responsibility for their own success

Posted  June 27, 2013

OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. (AFNS) — “She’s so lucky! He has all the luck!” Just like you, I hear these phrases thrown around from time to time. I’ve often been taken somewhat by surprise when I hear one of these comments. Don’t get me wrong, I think there are times when truly random events of good fortune…

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Generate earnings: It pays to invest

Posted  June 27, 2013

LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. — Though it’s impossible for money to grow on trees, by investing and with time it can multiply. An investment is the commitment of money or capital used to purchase financial instruments or other assets to gain profits in the form of interest, income or appreciation, said James Knuckles, 56th Force Support…

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Lone female gunner aims high

Posted  June 27, 2013

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. – Fresh out of training, Airman 1st Class Natasha Libby, 66th Rescue Squadron aerial gunner, is the only female aerial gunner assigned to the 66th RQS.

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Protect your children from UV rays

Posted  June 27, 2013

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — The desert sun can be dangerous to anyone within its reach, but children’s skin is more vulnerable to harmful ultraviolet rays than the average adult. “Children, and particularly infants, have a thinner outer skin layer than adults which can lead to increased absorption of harmful UV rays from the sun,” said…

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