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Local chaplain helps ANG recruiting efforts

Back in August of 2014, the 163d Reconnaissance Wing Chaplain Major David Sarmiento had the opportunity to be featured in a new Air National Guard (ANG) Chaplain Corps recruitment infomercial, the first of its kind in many years. In addition to the commercial, many still photos were taken of Sarmiento and four others to create…

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Pentagon salutes Dr. King’s life, legacy

DoD photo by Casper Manlangit Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work makes remarks during a Martin Luther King Jr. observance at the Pentagon, Jan. 15, 2015. WASHINGTON (AFNS) — Defense Department members gathered Jan. 15 at the Pentagon’s annual observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, ahead of the federal holiday. Deputy Defense Secretary Bob…

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SecAF, CSAF discuss future of the Air Force

Senior leadership addressed the key issues, priorities, initiatives and challenges facing the Air Force during the State of the Air Force press briefing, Jan. 15 at the Pentagon.

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Honor Guard presents colors at 101st Rose Bowl game

U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Russell S. McMillan Members of March Air Reserve Base’s Blue Eagles Total Force Honor Guard present the colors as a B-2 Spirit stealth bomber flies overhead at the 101st Rose Bowl game in Pasadena, Jan. 1, 2015. The event marked the first time airmen from March ARB participated in the…

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Culture shock: Returning to America after 26 years

George A. Smith German autobahn drivers get to drive as fast as they want. In Southern California, it’s good they can’t. When I first came to Southern California after living 26 years in Germany, I heard questions from tanned guys in shorts that went something like, “Dude how does it feel to leave a land…


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Health & Safety

Building muscle without meat – moving towards plant based dieting

Posted  August 2, 2013

The combination of fitness and nutrition are both important components that help Airmen reach and remain fit-to-fight....

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Be cyber aware for cyber readiness

Posted  August 2, 2013

JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST, N.J., The Defense Information Systems Agency will conduct an in-depth Command Cyber Readiness Inspection at March ARB Aug. 12-16 on behalf of United States Cyber Command. The inspection is designed to test network computer users’ technical and operational adherence to standard practices and policies. Simply put, it’s an Operational Readiness Inspection equivalent…

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Chaplain’s Corner

Posted  August 2, 2013

At some point in our lives, our hearts are unexpectedly awakened…by a dream. I’m not just talking about some ordinary dream consisting of illogical and random scenarios in the middle of the night; but a vision or glimpse of something that speaks directly to YOU, as if you are getting a piece of something that…

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News Briefs August 2, 2013

Posted  August 2, 2013

March Clinic Closed During Sept. Joint UTA The Clinic will be closed during the joint UTA, Sept. 7. Members deploying in September must take care of their medical processing needs during the August UTA’s. For more information call 951-655-7793. American mixed martial artist, Josh Burkman, aka: “The People’s Warrior”, will be at the March Main Exchange on…

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Air Force

AF Reserve supports delivery for space

Posted  July 26, 2013

Courtesy Photo GPS III will improve position, navigation and timing services and provide advanced anti-jam capabilities yielding superior system security, accuracy and reliability. The first GPS III satellites will deliver signals three times more accurate than current GPS spacecraft and provide three times more power for military users, while also enhancing the spacecraft’s design life…

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Pursuing Higher Education: taking that next step is the hardest part

Posted  July 26, 2013

U.S. Air Force Photo/Master Sgt. Linda Welz Staff Sgt. Chad Reed, 752 MDS, Medical Technician, discusses his education benefits and options with Master Sgt. John Brown, Education and Training Technician. Members are encouraged to seek out answers to questions regarding their educational benefits that can potentially lead to higher education degrees and promotions. Making the…

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Sequestration impact looms despite resumed flying operations

Posted  July 26, 2013

WASHINGTON (AFNS) — Air Force leaders announced July 15 that flying training would resume at numerous units, bringing an end to the three-month halt that resulted from the budget sequestration reductions. Congress approved a $1.8 billion reprogramming request that transferred money from several programs to pay for near-term shortfalls in war funding, which allowed flight…

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KC-46 critical design review nearing completion

Posted  July 26, 2013

Courtesy Photo The KC-46A is intended to replace the U.S. Air Force’s aging fleet of KC-135 Stratotankers which has been the primary refueling aircraft for more than 50 years. With more refueling capacity and enhanced capabilities, improved efficiency and increased capabilities for cargo and aeromedical evacuation, the KC-46A will provide aerial refueling support to the…

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Air Force

Stay connected with social media without sacrificing career

Posted  July 26, 2013

FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. (AFNS) – Engaging in social media can be a positive experience that entertains, keeps people connected and allows opinions to be expressed on a wide variety of topics. In some cases though, social media can ruin personal reputations or careers, and create an open window for criminals to access personal…

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DOD girds for more budget reductions, Carter says

Posted  July 26, 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ten days after unpaid furloughs began nationwide for many DOD civilian employees as a measure to meet sequester cuts, Deputy Defense Secretary Ash Carter said yesterday the department is planning for similar budget cuts that may continue into fiscal year 2014 and perhaps beyond. Carter spoke with David Sanger, the chief Washington…

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