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Bottom line up front: You are needed

Posted November 14, 2014 by Master Sgt. DENISE JOHNSON

Courtesy Photo The 56th Force Support Squadron Parents Advisory Board is made up of, from left, Erin Salvador, 21st Fighter Squadron, vice president; Master Sgt. Denise Johnson, 56th Medical Operations Squadron, secretary; and Wil O’Meara, 355th Civil Engineer Squadron, president. Not pictured is Senior Airman Angela Saralequi, 56th MDOS, volunteer coordinator. Are you caught up…

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Luke Airman, Family Readiness Center hosts fall job fair

Posted November 14, 2014 by Staff Sgt. STACI MILLER

Businesses from across the region gathered to participate in a job fair hosted by the 56th Force Support Squadron Airman and Family Readiness Center. The event was open to active-duty service members, dependents and retirees Nov. 5 in Club Five Six.

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Theisen returns home to command 944 MSG

Posted November 14, 2014 by Tech. Sgt. BARBARA PLANTE

During a change-of-command ceremony Nov. 2, Col. Paul Theisen took the reins from Col. Anne Gunter as the new commander of the 944th Mission Support Group.

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Female AF pilot takes road less traveled

Posted November 7, 2014 by Senior Airman GRACE LEE

Cliff Patrick Lt. Col. Michael May, 308th Fighter Squadron commander’s special assistant and F-16 instructor pilot; son, Gunner, 6; Lt. Col. Melissa May, 56th Fighter Wing F-16 instructor pilot and Community Initiatives Team current operations specialist; and daughter, Gianna, 4, pose for the camera Feb. 21 on the flightline at Luke Air Force Base. While…

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Veteran’s life one of service to country, MLB

Posted November 7, 2014 by STEPHEN DELGADO

Courtesy photo Top Gun — In 1971, Ensch was assigned to Navy Fighter Squadron 161, NAS Miramar, California. He continued deployments to Southeast Asia on the USS Midway. He was credited with two confirmed MiG-17 shoot-downs and nearly 300 combat missions. In 1965, the Voting Rights Act was passed, popular music was dominated by the…

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Mentoring Laveen elementary students for the future

Posted November 7, 2014 by Airman 1st Class JAMES HENSLEY

Airman 1st ClassJAMES HENSLEY Luke Air Force Base Airmen talk to students Oct. 24 at Laveen Elementary school in Laveen. The Airmen talked about their careers in the Air Force and some goals the students should think about for their future. Everyone needs help from time to time, and children are no different. Airmen from…

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Kilroy was here

Posted November 7, 2014 by Senior Airman MARCY COPELAND

Senior Airman Marcy Copeland “Kilroy was here” is drawn on the back of the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. Kilroy was a famous icon of the war and served as a symbol to let troops know an area was safe and cleared by U.S. troops. He guided Soldiers through ravaged Europe and served…

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Injured EOD Airman returns to fuller life

Posted November 7, 2014 by Staff Sgt. STACI MILLER

Retired Tech. Sgt. Matthew Slaydon, an explosive ordnance disposal technician from the 56th Civil Engineer Squadron at Luke Air Force Base, was critically injured Oct. 24, 2007, while serving to protect convoy routes in Iraq.

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Unknown ‘Soldier’ returns home

Posted November 7, 2014 by Staff Sgt. LUTHER MITCHELL Jr.

The Vietnam War was one of the longest wars for the United States, not only for those involved, but for the families of those fighting. Making sure everyone returned home from war was a priority and for one Unknown Soldier that was just the case.

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EOD Airman always ready for dangerous missions

Posted November 7, 2014 by STEPHEN DELGADO

In the 1950s there was a popular show called “Danger is my Business,” which featured people who had jobs that involved a lot of risk and danger.

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