Events

September 21, 2012

News Briefs | September 21, 2012


452D FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OFFERS DTS TRAINING

Financial Management will conduct DTS training every unit training assembly, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. in Building 466. Items of interest will include responsibilities of the member and approving official relating to submissions, travel authorizations, vouchers and cancellations. For more information, contact John Florence at 951-655-5260 or john.florence@us.af.mil.

ATTENTION ALL MARCH PERSONNEL

Construction for the new running track and associated buildings is underway at the north end of the base near the softball field. It is imperative that all unauthorized personnel stay out of the area. For everyone’s safety, please use the base 1.5-mile track. For more information, contact Jim Moats Ground Safety manager at 951-655-4481.

ATTENTION FITNESS INSTRUCTORS!

The March Force Support Squadron is looking for nationally certified yoga and Pilates instructors to teach at the Fitness Center. If interested, please contact Pam Smith at 951-655-2668, or email at pamela.smith@march.af.mil.

SINGLE AIRMAN’S PROGRAM ANNOUNCES TRIPS SPONSORED BY THE AIRMEN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

The following trips are open to all base personnel, although priority will be given to single Airmen:

  • Sep. 22 – Deep Sea Fishing, capacity 34. (Participants will pay for bait, meals, fishing license and equipment rental.)
  • Sep. 29 – Zip Line at Big Bear at Onyx Summit, capacity 24 (FREE)
  • Oct. 13 – Indoor Go-Cart Racing in Ontario, capacity 24 (Cost $7.50 for transportation)
  • Oct. 20 – Skydiving in Perris, capacity 10 (FREE)
  • Nov. 10 – Vertical Rock Climbing at Joshua Tree, capacity 24 (FREE)
  • Dec. 15 – Horseback Riding, capacity 24 (FREE)
  • Jan. 12 – Shotguns and Single Airmen (shooting competition), capacity 24  (FREE)

For more information, contact Outdoor Recreation at 951-655-2816.

ONLINE TRAFFIC SURVEY

The base Civil Engineer is conducting a transportation survey to evaluate existing traffic conditions and transportation needs at March ARB. This survey is anonymous and will be used to better understand existing traffic conditions and identify key areas for future improvements. Please visit http://www.gfnet.com/Survey/TakeSurvey.asp?SurveyID=5M06l54J7734G

KEEPING THE FLAG MAMA SPIRIT ALIVE

Team March members are welcome to join in and pick up where Flag Mama left off, by supporting deploying troops at Hangar 385. Larry and Laurice (widower and daughter) will be continuing Laura’s program. If interested, contact Larry Froehlich, at 951-323-0246 or Laurice Souron at 951-442-9969.

POW/MIA CEREMONY

March will hold its annual POW/MIA ceremony at the Cultural Resource Center, Friday, Sept. 21, at 10 a.m. This year’s guest speaker will be Mr. Cecil Davis, an American POW at Dachau, a concentration camp located in Upper Bavaria, Germany. There will be a reception following the ceremony. All with access to March ARB are welcomed to attend.

452D AMW MILITARY BALL

The 452d AMW Military Ball will be held Nov. 17, at the Pechanga Casino, 45000 Pechanga Parkway, Temecula. Tickets can be purchased from unit representatives. For more information, contact Chief Master Sgt. Krause at 951-655-2685 or email at karen.krause@us.af.mil.

163 RW AIRMAN OF THE YEAR BANQUET

The 163rd Reconnaissance Wing will be presenting its annual Airman of the Year banquet, Saturday, Oct. 13. The event will be held at the Air National Guard hanger, Building 2305, on Airlift Way. The social gathering will begin at 5 p.m. and the official ceremony at 6 p.m. For more information, contact Master Sgt. Oberg at 951-655-2741, Tech. Sgt. Aguirre at 951-655-3080, or Senior Airman Paredes at 951-655-2921.

LEARN HOW TO PREPARE TAXES

Full scholarships are now available to military spouses for the H&R Block Income Tax Course. Bilingual courses are also available. For more information, visit www.hrblock.com/class or call 1-800-472-5625. (Note: Use Coupon Code E8D1E7 when enrolling. If the code is not accepted, ask to be transferred to another district that will accept this code).




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