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More than 500 civilian personnel received a furlough letter Tuesday, prohibiting them to work until further notice. The letters were delivered in response to the United States Federal government shutdown due to lapse of appropriations for fiscal year 2014.
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Hundreds of March ARB employees furloughed during government shutdown

Posted October 4, 2013 by 2nd Lt. Bari D. Yonkers

U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Carrie M. PeasingerMore than 500 civilian personnel received a furlough letter Tuesday, prohibiting them to work until further notice. The letters were delivered in response to the United States Federal government shutdown due to lapse of appropriations for fiscal year 2014. More than 500 civilian personnel received a furlough letter…

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Do you believe in ghosts?

Posted October 4, 2013 by Linda Welz

Courtesy photo/Mathieu Beaulieu These two apparitions were captured recently, on base, with an infra-red video camera, during the early morning hours, in a dark room with no lights. Every person on the investigation team is accounted for in the video and none of them saw anything when they were in the room. When the camera…

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Healthy Base Initiative: New track provides more options to maintain fitness

Posted October 4, 2013 by

Team March members can now use the new base track as an option for maintaining their health and fitness. The New 400-meter rubberized running track is located just beyond the base softball field to the right, as you enter the base. The track provides an alternative location for running and walking and can help add…

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Chaplain’s Corner

Posted October 4, 2013 by Senior Airman Sarah Dyroff

The brain is an amazing and wonderful thing. You don’t have to be a scientist or doctor to understand how complex and intricate it is. It seems that the more discoveries and research we as humans have made regarding all that funny mass in between our ears, the more questions we still have about it!…

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Food truck now providing breakfast and lunch

Posted October 4, 2013 by

U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Carrie M. Peasinger Staff Sgt. Kareemah Mata, 452nd Maintenance Group plans and scheduling, decides what to have for lunch from the new food truck here. The food truck began making its rounds this week in support of the healthy base initiative. Healthy food options include fresh fruit, grilled salmon,…

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March Civil Engineer S-Team rebuilds infrastructures, saves money

Posted September 27, 2013 by Col. Mark Slominski

Courtesy photo Maj. Ryan Wood, 922nd Civil Engineer Flight, stands on the roof of a fire station, July 5, 2013, that his team is building in Afghanistan, to support the Ministry of Defense headquarters building, seen in the background. The small 922 CEF S-Team has participated in a rigorous deployment cycle for more than a…

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March teen reflects on Teen Leadership Summit experience

Posted September 27, 2013 by Shelby Andrade

“I remember a few months ago, my dad asking if I was ready to fill out the application for this year’s teen summit and thinking, “Okay I’ll do it, this looks fun!” My mom checked my swim schedule and gave a thumbs-up to the dates in August for the camp. The camp was scheduled to…

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Health & Safety

Back Street Café introduces Healthy Base Initiative lunch specials

Posted September 27, 2013 by Linda Welz

The Back Street Café on base is jumping on the Healthy Base Initiative train with the introduction of healthy, daily lunch specials that begin Oct. 1. The promotions will feature a difference special each day between 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and will run for 60 days. At the end of the 60-day trial, they…

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Healthy Base Initiative takes flight

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Lt. Col. Walter Scherer, 922nd Civil Engineer Flight, attempts flyboarding during a recent RecOn outing with Outdoor Recreation, Sep. 14 at Big Bear Lake, Calif. Scherer said the (RecOn) program “definitely helped me, my wife and daughter with the reintegration process following my nearly one-year-long separation while I was deployed to Afghanistan.” Although the RecOn…

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Parnormal challenge between commanders as All Hallow’s Eve quickly approaches?

Posted September 27, 2013 by Col. Samuel “Bo” Mahaney

“The ghosts of Air Force past are getting restless as All Hallow’s Eve approaches. While those of us who work in the Arnold House have become accustomed to a certain level of strange and unexplainable happenings, a recent experience left me quite puzzled. While working alone in the Arnold House on a Saturday morning, I…

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