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Stress: Everyday occurrence for T-bolts

Posted May 2, 2014 by Airman 1st Class JAMES HENSLEY

Airman 1st ClassJAMES HENSLEY Luke Air Force Base offers resources to Airmen and family members dealing with stress. With the unique challenges that the busy Air Force lifestyle presents to Airmen and family members, some can easily be overcome by stress. However, here at Luke Air Force Base there are resources available to help Airmen…

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Street Beat

Posted May 2, 2014 by Staff Sgt. Travis Dulworth, 56th SFS

The 56th Security forces Squadron handled the following incidents April 22 through 28: Tickets Security forces issued citations for 12 moving and one nonmoving violations. Traffic-related incidents April 22: Security forces responded to a report of a minor two-vehicle accident in the Bldg. 820 parking lot. There were no injuries. April 25: Security forces responded…

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The eyes have it …

Posted April 25, 2014 by Airman 1st Class James Hensley

Senior Airman Lloydon Balili, Airman 1st Class James Hensley 56th Aerospace Medical Squadron ophthalmic technician, administers drops to dilate the eyes of Airman 1st Class Alex Jensen, 56th AMDS ophthalmic technician, at Luke Air Force Base. Optometry technicians specialize in health care and treatment of the eyes. They also fit Airmen for glasses and contacts.

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Street Beat

Posted April 25, 2014 by Staff Sgt. Travis Dulworth,

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents April 14 through 21: Tickets Security forces issued citations for 17 moving and two nonmoving violations. Traffic-related incidents April 15: Security forces responded to a report of a minor vehicle accident involving a government-owned vehicle and a privately owned vehicle in the parking lot of Bldg….

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Plane crash, coma doesn’t deter pilot

Posted April 18, 2014 by Airman 1st Class JAMES HENSLEY

Courtesy photo Retired Capt. David Berling, 56th Contracting Squadron contract specialist, stands in front of his 1977 Cessna RG March 23, 2012, at the Glendale Airport. Berling lost his legs in a 2007 plane crash, the subject of which he has written about in a book. After a 2007 plane crash, nine days in a…

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Get home safe, use AADD

Posted April 18, 2014 by Senior Airman DEVANTE WILLIAMS

Making the choice to drink and drive not only affects the drinker but could affect family and friends as well. Driving under the influence can result in loss of pay, reduction in rank and in some cases discharge from the military. To prevent DUIs and save lives, Luke Air Force Base has a program available…

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April: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Posted April 4, 2014 by Staff Sgt. TIMOTHY BOYER

“The biggest danger is that we could feel or believe that our individual actions don’t matter and we can’t change anything when the opposite is true.” These are the words of Joice Jones, 56th Fighter Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response coordinator. With the advent of this year’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month, commonly known as…

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Use responsible drinking guideline ‘0-0-1-3’

Posted April 4, 2014 by by Staff Sgt. DAMIAN COOPER

Many people would agree that in today’s society alcohol has been commercialized to the point one would believe drinking is a rite of passage, much like learning to drive. Alcohol is typically portrayed in commercials as a party enhancer, as a means to become instantly cool, or as an indispensable relaxation aide. However, the most…

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Street Beat

Posted April 4, 2014 by Staff Sgt. Travis Dulworth,

The 56th Security forces Squadron handled the following incidents March 24 through 30: Tickets Security forces issued citations for one nonmoving violation. Traffic-related incidents March 25: Security forces responded to a report of a DUI at Lightning Gate. Security forces detected an alcohol odor on the person, and observed blood shot eyes and slurred speech….

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First-time motorcycle experience long time coming

Posted March 28, 2014 by Senior Airman GRACE LEE

I was in my sophomore year of high school and was about to cross the street to the school’s main courtyard when I heard a loud low vroom. I looked over and there it was – a blue Yamaha R6. It was as if everything went into slow motion and what I noticed, just as…

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