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912th Refueling Squadron adopts a highway just in time for Earth Day

Posted April 20, 2012 by Story and photos by Megan Crusher

It’s not an uncommon sight to see people in regular clothes with neon vests, hard hats, goggles and work gloves carrying a trash picker-upper in one hand and a plastic bag in the other while removing litter from the side of a highway; some…

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News Briefs | April 20, 2012

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RESERVISTS NOT PART OF EARLY RETIREMENT OFFER Air Force reservists, including those in the Active Guard and Reserve, are not eligible for the Temporary Early Retirement Authority. Officials state that all components of the Air Force are working together to ensure the total force is prepared for manpower reductions in fiscal year 2013. For more…

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It’s more than a job, it’s a calling

Posted April 13, 2012 by Linda Welz

He didn’t find religion as a young adult; instead, he entered into a relationship with his Lord and Savior. It was in that relationship that he felt a calling to serve others through ministry. Chaplain Aaron Klaves is the new, full-time base chaplain, replacing Chaplain Craig Benson, whose two-year tour at March Field recently expired….

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News Briefs | April 13, 2012

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EARLY RETIREMENT OFFERED TO SELECT ENLISTED AIRMEN The Temporary Early Retirement Authority application window will be open April 10–30 to meet current and future mission requirements. Eligible Airmen with 15 to 19 years of service through fiscal year 2012 and in the grades of staff sergeant through master sergeant in overmanned career fields are eligible…

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Wall that heals is ‘moving’ tribute

Posted March 30, 2012 by Staff

Staff Sgt. Byung Kang, 452d Air Mobility Wing, helps volunteers assemble The Wall that Heals, a traveling replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall, at the March Field Air Museum Monday. The Wall that Heals will be on display through tomorrow.

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Let’s hear it for the ladies

Posted March 30, 2012 by by Bridgette Callahan

You may know that John Glenn was the first American astronaut to orbit the Earth. You may also know that he flew aboard a space capsule with the call sign “Friendship 7.” But did you know that women belonged to the team that propelled Glenn and “Friendship 7″ into orbit on Feb. 20, 1962? In…

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Force Support Squadron golf tournament succeeds as planned

Posted March 30, 2012 by Staff

The March Field 16th Annual Inter-Services Golf Tournament was played at Soboba Springs Country Club, San Jacinto, on March 12. Although participants were met with a morning blanket of fog, the plush greens and perfect airways…

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Distinguished Chiefs’ Panel

Posted March 27, 2012 by Staff

Chief Master Sgt. Daniel Willers, 452 Maintenance Group, (2nd from left) addresses a question posed by one of the 400 enlisted Airmen attending a Chiefs’ panel at the end of the 452 Air Mobility Wing’s two day Enlisted Workshop, held in Bldg. 2306, Sunday, March 18. The panel included from left to right, Chief Master…

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Leadership Corona visits base

Posted March 27, 2012 by Staff

Cmdr. Eric Ver Hage, commanding officer of Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division, delivers remarks during the Greater Corona Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Leadership Roundtable 2012 Military Day event on March 9th at the base. Ver Hage described Naval Surface Warfare Center Corona’s unique role as the Navy’s independent…

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