Air Force

January 31, 2014

Air Force News – January 31, 2014

Alaska

While recently deployed to Papua New Guinea for a Joint Prisoner of War, Missing in Action Accounting Command mission, Staff Sgt. Joseph Riemer, 354th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician, put his combat life-saver skills to work to save the life of an injured local.

Florida

Fire detailers from the U.S. Forest Service recently conducted a prescribed burn at the Silver Flag Exercise Site at Tyndall Air Force Base. The burns clear undergrowth and allow for healthier forest growth while lowering the possibility of wildfires.

Southwest Asia

While sheltering in a concrete bunker during an enemy mortar attack, members of the Air Force Central Command Band assisted in calming troops by taking requests for music. ‘Systems Go’ forward deploys from Al Udeid Air Base throughout the area of responsibility to support troop morale and international partnership building.

Japan

American and Japanese members of the 35th Fighter Wing Security Forces Squadron, Ground Security and Office of Special Investigation Detachment 623 were recently honored by Toshiyuli Adachi, Chief of Misawa Police Station in Misawa City for their contributions to the Misawa community. Base members work side-by-side with members of the Misawa Police to enforce safety regulations, traffic standards and assist with investigations.




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Rain

Lakefront property …

A staff sergeant watches as water continues to flood a parking lot Monday in front the 61st Aircraft Maintenance Unit on Luke Air Force Base. The base experienced a two-inch rainfall causing flooding and delays around Luke.
 
 
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Program ALIS initiated

No, it isn’t the Program Alice from the “Resident Evil” movies. It is the Autonomic Logistics Information Systems, also known as ALIS, which enables F-35 Lightning II operators to plan ahead to maintain and sustain its sy...
 
 

‘The butterfly effect’

Shortly after taking command, the Wild Duck Aircraft Maintenance Unit officer in charge requested I explain to his Airmen exactly what the pilots would be doing on training missions during an upcoming temporary duty. I was embarrassed that he had to ask. In this specific case, I had thoughtlessly kept these details from our closest...
 

 

Advise Airmen of rights before asking questions

Every day supervisors are faced with challenging scenarios and situations that require them to engage in efforts to help their Airmen. When this engagement is due to a negative act such as theft, damage to property or other possible legal violations, we must resist the instinct to question them directly. One scenario I am presented...
 
 
Senior Airman 
GRACE LEE

Thunderbolts save volts

Senior AirmanGRACE LEE A solar array panel stands on a dormitory roof Sept. 3 at Luke Air Force Base. There are currently four active solar arrays on base. The solar array shown will produce hot water to the dormitory. With res...
 
 

News Briefs September 12, 2014

GOV service station closure The Base Service Station (government-owned vehicle gas station) will close at midnight Sept. 28 and reopen at midnight Oct. 1. For more information, email Staff Sgt. Bradley Ahlemeyer at bradley.ahlemeyer@us.af.mil or call 623-856-7391. Quit tobacco for 31 days The Stoptober Challenge is to be smoke free for the month of October....
 




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