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TIMOTHY BOYER Local

Luke plays role in saving species

Staff Sgt.TIMOTHY BOYER A team of wildlife specialists prepare a Sonoran pronghorn for release into the wild at the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge in Ajo. Sixty-nine pronghorn were captured this year. Of those, more than 30 were released into the wild. When thinking about the many missions of the Air Force one might think…

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JAMES HENSLEY Salutes & Awards

MWD Roy — partner, friend passes

Senior AirmanJAMES HENSLEY Staff Sgt. Scott Emmick, 56th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog handler, and Roy, 56th SFS MWD, play Dec. 14, 2012, at the at Luke Air Force Base kennels. The MWD and handler team plays together to maintain a strong bond of trust needed for high stress situations that accompany stateside missions…

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STACI MILLER Salutes & Awards

Top cop visits Luke

Staff Sgt.STACI MILLER Brig. Gen. Allen J. Jamerson, Air Force Security Forces director and deputy chief of staff for logistics, installations and mission support, met with defenders from the 56th Security Forces Squadron Dec. 9 at Luke Air Force Base. Jamerson is the focal point for ensuring the physical security of Air Force nuclear assets,…

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‘Hip’ view …

Airman Pedro Mota Senior Airman Richard Canales and Airman 1st Class Brandi Sullivan, 56th Medical Support Squadron diagnostic imaging technicians, demonstrate taking a radiographic image with a Falcon view Dec. 11 at Luke Air Force Base. The Falcon view is a weight-bearing view of the hip.

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D-models return to flight after longeron repair

Air Force officials removed 82 two-seat F-16D Fighting Falcons from flight earlier this summer after discovering cracks along the canopy sill longeron between the front and rear pilot seats.


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Benign deeds may be mayhem in making

Posted  August 17, 2012

With recent incidences of violence occurring in the world, people can never be too careful about the dangers that may lie even in their own community. There is a program to help keep members of the civilian community and Airmen safe; it’s called the Eagle Eyes. “The EE program encourages all Air Force members and…

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Doing right not always easy

Posted  August 17, 2012

“Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.” – C. S. Lewis “To see what is right and do it not is cowardice.” – Confucius Who hasn’t heard the saying, “Integrity is doing the right thing, even when nobody is watching?” Integrity is one of our Air Force core values; it…

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Operation Air Force and you

Posted  August 17, 2012

Thanks for what you do in supporting the mission and sustaining the largest fighter wing in the Air Force. It is especially comforting to see the continual outpouring of effort and support for this year’s Operation Air Force visit by U.S. Air Force Academy cadets throughout the summer, as the third and final group of…

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Program enables disabled to serve on base

Posted  August 17, 2012

With the economy struggling, it’s competitive enough for those without a disability to find a job. Fortunately, there is a program available that helps nonprofit organizations hire disabled workers....

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Salutes & Awards

Thunderbolt of the week – August 17, 2012

Posted  August 17, 2012

Staff Sgt. Diann Cunningham 756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Unit training manager Hometown: Glendale, Ariz. Years in service: Seven Family: Husband, Joseph; and son, Joshua, 3 Education: Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Arizona State University; Community College of the Air Force degrees in electronic systems technology and education and training management Previous assignments: Spangdahlem, Germany Inspirations:…

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Airman wins tournament by one-stroke

Posted  August 17, 2012

A 56th Training Squadron Airman proves that age doesn’t matter when he defeated an opponent 18 years younger and won the 88th Arizona Amateur Championship at Gallery Golf Club in Marana, Ariz....

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Air Force News – August 17, 2012

Posted  August 17, 2012

Combat training supports 21st century strategy As the nation winds down from a decade of combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, the Defense Department is shifting its focus to the future and recently introduced new strategic guidance describing the projected security environment and key military missions for which the department will prepare. “Our strategy review…

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Health & Safety

It’s not all about cardio

Posted  August 17, 2012

When one thinks about getting a fit, toned body what comes to mind may be spending countless hours on the treadmill or track, since it’s said that cardio is the most effective way to burn fat and calories. But what one may not know is strength training is equally important....

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USB devices ‘non grata’ to DOD computers

Posted  August 17, 2012

The use of USB flash drives is prohibited on Defense Department systems. Below are the most frequently asked questions: Q. What’s the harm if I’m just using a little power? A. Anything that plugs into a government system via USB can draw power, as well as transfer data. Q. But I turned it off. So…

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Planning finances pays off big-time

Posted  August 17, 2012

For those living paycheck to paycheck or wondering where all the money goes every month, making a budget may be worth looking into. Budgeting can allow for financial freedom, according to Cory Carmichael, 56th Force Support Squadron Airman and Family Readiness Center community readiness specialist. “A properly executed budget with enough income to cover all…

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