Events

June 29, 2012

Briefs June 29, 2012

Federal Women’s Program Manager vacancy

The Equal Opportunity Office is accepting letters of interest from Air Force civilians who want to serve a two-year term as the Federal Women’s Program Manager. Letters should explain the basis of interest in the position and must be endorsed by the applicant’s immediate supervisor.

The FWPM position is a collateral duty that requires up to 20 percent of the incumbent’s duty time.

For more information about the position, call Brenda Watts at (661) 277-7985.

Letters of interest must be submitted to afftc.eoworkflow@edwards.af.mil no later than July 20.

 

American Indian/Alaskan Native program manager vacancy

The Equal Opportunity Office is accepting letters of interest from Air Force civilians who want to serve a two-year term as the American Indian/Alaskan Native Program Manager.

Letters should explain the basis of interest in the position and must be endorsed by the applicant’s immediate supervisor. The AI/ANPM position is a collateral duty that requires up to 20 percent of the incumbent’s duty time.

For more information, call Brenda Watts at (661)277-7985.

Letters of interest must be submitted to afftc.eoworkflow@edwards.af.mil no later than July 20.

 

Bowling tournament

The Company Grade Officers Council is hosting a Bowling Tournament and Burger Burn June 29 to support the Edwards 65th Air Force Ball.

Check-in starts at 11 a.m, and bowling starts at noon.

Entry fee is $15 and includes food and three games. If you don’t have time to bowl, stop by and grab a burger for $6.

Email your five-person team to david.lemery@edwards.af.mil. Single bowlers can sign up and will be added to a team.

For more information, contact 2nd Lt. Kathryn L. Stewart at (661) 277-6004.

 

Immunizations schedule change

Beginning July 15, the Immunizations Clinic will be closed noon-12:30 p.m. for lunch.

For more information, call the clinic at (661) 277-3427.

 

New Allergy/Immunizations Clinic Hours

Mondays and Tuesdays: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Wednesday: Noon-4:30 p.m.

Thursdays and Fridays: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Closed noon-12:30 p.m., daily for lunch.

 

 

Dogs must be leashed in the housing area

Residents of Edwards Air Force Base are reminded that when outside the confines of their home all dogs must be on a leash. In public areas, all pets will remain on leash at all times with the exception of service animals and military working dogs. The only authorized public off-leash areas are at the Dog Park, located on Bailey Avenue near Yeager Blvd.

For more information about keeping dogs and pets on base, refer to Edwards Air Force Base Pamphlet 32-6001, Family Housing Brochure.

 

Lithium batteries

Effective May 16,the United States Postal Service will longer accept packages containing lithium batteries or electronic devices containing lithium batteries addressed to international destinations.

This includes mail destined to or from APO/FPO/DPO locations.

This change will not apply to packages containing batteries when mailed within the United States.

 




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