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Salutes & Awards

Ducks graduate 11 to combat air force

Posted February 7, 2014 by Lt. Col. STEPHANE WOLFGEHER

Today, Class 13-EBG will take the next step on the long road to becoming combat mission-ready fighter pilots in the most lethal Air Force in the world. Their journey continues a long legacy of 309th Fighter Squadron fighter pilots who have fought in every war and conflict since World War II. Today’s graduation culminates eight…

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Air Force

This week in history

Posted February 7, 2014 by

Luke logs 1 million flying hours Courtesy photo FROM LEFT: Col. John Nissley, then commander at Luke Field, shakes hands with Lt. Col. Lester Harris, director of training at Luke, Feb. 7, 1944, as Maj. Hugh Griffith Jr., base operations officer, and Capt. William Payton, assistant operations officer, look on. Since Feb. 7, 1944, the…

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Sports

Women’s CRUD tournament gets physical

Posted February 7, 2014 by Senior Airman GRACE LEE

It’s a game traditionally played by fighter pilots where two people compete to take the life of the opposing team’s ball. It’s called CRUD and on Jan. 31 female spouses, Airmen, and friends played in a women’s CRUD tournament at the Old Officer’s Club on Luke Air Force Base.

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Destination: Portland, Oregon

Posted February 7, 2014 by Senior Airman GRACE LEE

When people think about Portland, Ore., they may think of farms, wagons and pioneers. What they don’t know is Portland is not only filled with a diversity of cultures, but it’s also overflowing with friendly people, delicious food and a plethora of outdoorsy things to do.

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Air Force

Stocking the shelves with Lightning

Posted January 31, 2014 by Senior Airman Jason Colbert

Staff Sgt. Adam Lauersdorf, 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron inbound receiving technician, unwraps main gear tires Jan. 22 for the F-35A Lightning II at Luke Air Force Base. LRS received 52,000 items in preparation for the arrival of the fighter jet, the first of which is slated to land at Luke soon.

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Local

Thunderbolt Lanes to close Feb. 7

Posted January 31, 2014 by Capt. TRISTAN HINDERLITER

Courtesy Photo Bowling options near Luke AFB* AMF Peoria Lanes 8475 W. Olive Ave. in Peoria 623-486-1496 Brunswick Desert Sky Lanes 7241 W. Indian School Rd. in Phoenix 623-846-2090 Brunswick Tri-City Bowl 1425 N. Central Ave. in Avondale 623-932-3388 Glenfair Lanes 6110 N. 59th Ave. in Glendale 623-937-9225 Uptown Alley 13525 N. Litchfield Rd. in…

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Health & Safety

Safety: Priority 1 to kick off year right

Posted January 31, 2014 by Airman 1st Class PEDRO MOTA

Airman 1st ClassPEDRO MOTA Chief Petty Officer Nicholas Hunt, Naval Operations Support Center avionics technician chief, demonstrates proper form to reduce the risk of injury Jan. 27 in the warrior fitness center. Since 2004, the Air Force has lost approximately 400 personnel due to recreational activities, according to Ben Bruce, 56th Fighter Wing ground safety…

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Air Force

Airmen complete hands-on SABC training

Posted January 31, 2014 by Senior Airman DAVID OWSIANKA

Senior AirmanDAVID OWSIANKA First Lt. Marissa Rossi, 56th Fighter Wing protocol chief, tightens a tourniquet on the arm of Master Sgt. Cindy Spivey, 56th Comptroller Squadron financial analysis NCO-in-charge, Jan. 17 during the hands-on portion of the self aid buddy care training. Five Airmen from the 56th Fighter Wing Staff Agencies completed the hands-on portion…

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Local

Come prepared for next A&FRC job fair

Posted January 31, 2014 by Senior Airman

For those transitioning out of active-duty service or for those who are inexperienced with the process of applying for a new job, the prospect of interviewing for a job can be daunting, but coming prepared can make the difference between who gets hired and who does not. “It is important to be prepared for an…

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What Airmen need …

Posted January 31, 2014 by Staff Sgt. Luther Mitchell Jr.

Senior Airman Darryl Pruitt, 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels specialist, places a stroller in a shopping cart Jan. 21 at the Airman’s Attic located in Bldg. 750. Pruitt stopped by the Airman’s Attic to pick up a few items for a new baby. The Airman’s Attic supports active-duty service members from all branches in the…

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