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Events

Youth discuss bullying

Posted February 21, 2014 by Senior Airman DEVANTE WILLIAMS

The Youth Center hosted the “Bullying is NOT Nice” event Feb. 7 during Funtastic Friday. It was an interactive group discussion with youth ages 6 to 12 on the subject of stopping bullying. Participants learned how to respond to bullying, how to ask for help and the importance of speaking up against bullying.

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Health & Safety

Tooth decay common disease in children

Posted February 21, 2014 by 56th Dental Squadron

At some point, most parents will experience having to say one of these common phrases to their children: “Don’t eat that; it’ll rot your teeth” or “You better eat that because it’s good for you.”

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Local

Marines train, become MCMAP instructors

Posted February 21, 2014 by Senior Airman DAVID OWSIANKA

Marines from across the country joined forces at Luke Air Force Base to complete a Marine Corps Martial Arts Program instructor course. The course began Feb. 3 and concluded Feb. 15 with 27 new MCMAP instructors.

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Air Force

61st AMU gets new digs

Posted February 14, 2014 by Senior Airman DEVANTE WILLIAMS

Photo bySenior AirmanDEVANTE WILLIAMS The 61st Aircraft Maintenance Unit will be the first at Luke Air Force Base to house the new F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. The first F-35 is scheduled to land soon at Luke. Luke Air Force Base has long been known as fighter country. In addition to the F-16s that…

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Local

T-bolt Lanes celebrate Airmen on final day

Posted February 14, 2014 by Airman 1st Class JAMES HENSLEY

Airman 1st ClassJAMES HENSLEY Airman Jack Taylor, 56th Mission Support Group knowledge operations manager, bowls for a spare Feb. 7 at Thunderbolt Lanes on Luke Air Force Base. The bowling center had an appreciation day for dedicated customers where bowling and food were free. The Thunderbolt Lanes closed Feb. 7 with a final celebration of…

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Air Force

Lightning Leadership: developing Airmen to lead

Posted February 14, 2014 by Staff Sgt. DARLENE SELTMANN

Staff Sgt.DARLENE SELTMANN Chief Master Sgt. John Mazza, 56th Fighter Wing command chief, leads a discussion during Lightning Leadership Feb. 7 at the Navy Operational Support Center at Luke Air Force Base. Lightning Leadership is a course designed to enhance and develop leaders through guided discussions. Airmen from across base gathered to learn about leadership…

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Local

Fire Station 361 facilities get facelift

Posted February 14, 2014 by Staff Sgt. LUTHER MITCHELL Jr.

Staff Sgt.LUTHER MITCHELL Jr. Contractors work on the new shower facilities Feb. 7 at Luke Air Force Base Fire Station 361. The fire station is adding more sinks, urinals, showers and lockers to accommodate an increase in manning. Luke Air Force Base Fire Station 361’s bathroom will get a much needed renovation throughout the next…

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Air Force

This week in history

Posted February 14, 2014 by

Feb. 10, 1994: First U.S. Air Force female fighter pilot graduates Courtesy photo 1st Lt. Jeannie Flynn, the first U.S. Air Force female fighter pilot, prepares for flight at Luke Air Force Base. Twenty years ago this week at Luke Air Force Base, 1st Lt. Jeannie Flynn became the U.S. Air Force’s first female fighter…

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Local

EOD clears range

Posted February 14, 2014 by Airman 1st Class PEDRO MOTA

After a long day of dropping bombs and firing missiles at targets, hard work and caution are needed to clean up the Barry M. Goldwater Range.

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Thunderbolts assist Heroes of Silent Angels

Posted February 14, 2014 by Senior Airman JASON COLBERT

When most people think of medieval times, knights, and squires, it doesn’t usually also bring modern medical disorders to mind. But the members of the Society for Creative Anachronisms are striving to do just that.

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