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January 17, 2014

Air Force News – January 17, 2014

Texas

An Airman from the 82nd Medical Support Squadron was sentenced to a reprimand, three months hard labor, two months restriction to base, forfeiture of $600 a month for three months and a bad conduct discharge related to drug and obstruction charges during a general court-martial Jan. 9.

England

Members of the 48th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron welcome Prof. Stephen Hawking, University of Cambridge professor and best-selling author, Dec. 29, 2013, to Royal Air Force Lakenheath. Hawking coordinated the visit through a friend, the widow of a retired master sergeant.

Afghanistan

The Air Forces Central Command Band performed for service members Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at Forward Operating Base Fenty, Jalalabad. FOB Fenty is the band’s last stop on a 15-day tour of the country.

Southwest Asia

The 380th Expeditionary Medical Group held a ribbon cutting for the expansion of the medical clinic Jan. 8. The expansion provides an additional 1,940 square feet and will provide space for laboratory and physical therapy capabilities which are scheduled to be available June of this year.




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