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A story of survival and resilience

BEALE AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. — On April 16, 2007, I got a call no expecting mother would dream of receiving. “We got the results from your biopsy and it came back malignant.” Did the doctor just say I had cancer? I first discovered the lump during Christmas break. It was so small that it…

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Knowing the facts: National Disability Employment Awareness Month

Today, National Disability Employment Awareness Month is celebrated every October to raise awareness about disability employment issues and honor the contributions of America’s workers with disabilities.

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Lacing up: Finding your ‘WooHoo’ moment

What started out as a quest to maintain military fitness, turned into a passion and is now a way of daily life for me. I struggled with my first Fit to Fight test, barely squeaking by. Now years later, I have improved in all measured areas of the F2F test.

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Governor’s Military Council convenes at March Field

Col. Russell Muncy, commander, 452nd Air Mobility Wing, March Air Reserve Base, California, hosted a meeting of the Governor’s Military Council here Thursday, Sep. 25, 2014. Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., established the Council in March 2013 to “explore and advance how to maintain and expand California’s national security footprint,” said Wade Crowfoot, the Governor’s…

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Unit cited for actions late in World War II

U.S. Army Air Forces photo The B17 flying in the foreground is part of the 452nd Bombardment Group. Seen here flying with other aircraft, the 452nd planes were identified by the boxed L on their tail. (Eighth in an 11-part series that was first run in the Beacon in 2007) The 452nd Bombardment Group received…


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Pearl Harbor: Air Force legacy on day that would ‘live in infamy’

Posted  December 14, 2012

FORT MEADE, Md. — “It was the first time I had ever seen a plunging dive bomber and it was an awesome sight. Nothing in warfare is more frightening,” said Pvt. Wilfred D. Burke, 72d Pursuit Squadron, Wheeler Field, whose experience in the attacks on Pearl Harbor are recorded in 7 December 1941: The Air…

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Snapshots | Groundbreaking

Posted  December 14, 2012

From left: Col. Tim McCoy, 452d Mission Support Group commander; David Parkes, president, FLINTCO Construction; Col. Samuel Mahaney, 452d Air Mobility Wing commander; Congressman Ken Calvert, 44th California Congressional District Representative; Richard Stewart, Moreno Valley mayor and David Van Dorpe, deputy district engineer, Los Angeles District, Army Corps of Engineers, break ground for the new…

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Riverside National Cemetery announces holiday decorating policy

Posted  December 7, 2012

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Riverside National Cemetery Director Dean Moline announced the cemetery’s holiday decorating policy. The policy, according to Moline, is meant to establish a uniform standard of appearance by balancing the family’s desire to honor its loved one with the cemetery’s requirement to continue maintenance operations throughout the long holiday season. “We understand that…

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News Briefs | December 7, 2012

Posted  December 7, 2012

NOTIFICATION OF RESTRICTED AREA March members are to avoid running, jogging, or walking on the perimeter road past the March Fire Department from Dec. 3 to16. This is due to ongoing construction at Gate 51. For more information, contact Master Sgt. Christopher Jugas at 951-655-4950. A&FRC OFFERS TSP ‘LUNCH AND LEARN’ WORKSHOP The Airman &…

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Naval Operational Support Center: Preparing Sailors to go anytime, anywhere

Posted  December 7, 2012

Members of the Naval Operational Support Center and their families attended a day-long Deployment Readiness Training, held at the NOSC, Building 2630 on Dec. 1. The training, held annually and arranged by NOSC staff, falls under the umbrella of the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program and is provided to members within 18 months of deployment to…

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AFRC commander sends holiday season note

Posted  December 7, 2012

ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. — Greetings! From Afghanistan and global operations to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts and homeland support, our Air Force Reserve continues to demonstrate excellence. Thank you all for everything you’ve done this past year. As we celebrate this holiday season, please remember to focus on your family and the important folks…

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AF diversity strategic roadmap: A guiding light

Posted  December 7, 2012

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The second edition of the U.S. Air Force diversity strategic roadmap was approved and released Nov. 19, by Daniel B. Ginsberg, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force, Manpower and Reserve Affairs. The roadmap establishes the Air Force’s diversity strategic foundation, serves as a guide post for all Air Force diversity initiatives and…

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New air traffic control tower and base operations under construction

Posted  December 7, 2012

Drivers and pedestrians traveling near the Air Traffic Control Tower, Building 1220, should proceed with caution. Construction site fencing and the narrowing of Graeber Street have resulted in several concerns. The following safety mitigation steps are being implemented: Speed limit reduced from 25 mph to 15 mph through the construction zone. Reduced speed limit signs…

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Gifts that keep giving

Posted  December 7, 2012

Ancient Jewish rabbi, Moshe ben Maimon, once famously wrote on charity and what was viewed as the many different levels of giving. In the Mishneh Torah, the author stated that the highest level of charity is when a person teaches others how to help themselves. Actions such as offering an interest-free loan, forming a partnership,…

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Citizen Airmen partner with “California Electric Boys” to restore hope (part 2)

Posted  December 7, 2012

Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part series. Southern California Edison’s total load consisted of 16 four-manned crews, eight two-manned trouble crews, eight two-manned disaster assessment crews and support crews to include four mechanics with maintenance and fuel trucks. Not to discredit a sister utility company, Wood said, but when they arrived at…

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