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Preparation essential for those living in “Earthquake Country”

While we continually stress the fact we live in earthquake country, the last couple of weeks have certainly lent credence to that statement. Seismic activity in the California area to include Los Angeles, La Habra and Fortuna, Calif., over the past several weeks is a stark reminder of our vulnerability to the potential destructive power…

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Tax season deadline looms, free filing available

On April 15, the regular tax season comes to an end. Unless you qualify for an automatic extension (deployed anytime from Jan. 1 – April 15, 2014), or you file for an extension, you need to have filed your return. Why not let your March ARB Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Center prepare and e-file…

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General Selva impressed with Total Force Integration at March

U.S. Air Force photo/Linda Welz General Paul Selva, commander, Air Mobility Command, presents Tech. Sgt. Rebecca Ghesquiere, 912th Air Refueling Squadron, with his coin, congratulating her for being named the 2013 AMC Maintainance Support Airman of the Year, as her commander, Lt. Col. Scott Minton, looks on. Silva surprised Ghesquiere with the impromptu presentation during…

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Online School—A Choice for Military Families

Cyber school, virtual school, digital learning, whatever you call it, this growing educational choice simply works for thousands of California families.

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Tennis helps Airman stay ‘Fit 2 Fight’

Courtesy Photo 452 AMW Wing Process Manager, Lt. Col. Scipiaruth Curtis has been an avid tennis player for more than seven years. Curtis uses her love of the sport to improve her overall physical conditioning, keeping her in line with the Air Force’s ‘Fit 2 Fight’ program. I have been playing tennis for about seven…


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ATSO Rodeo to be held

Posted  June 8, 2012

The Ability to Survive and Operate, or ATSO, is a skill-set utilized by military personnel who are deploying or preparing for exercises or inspections. These skills make up the foundation necessary for all Airmen to function effectively in hostile environments. The importance of these skills cannot be overstated, which is why the training is usually…

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Stressed Out Lately?

Posted  June 8, 2012

Life can really throw zingers at our game plan, huh? We are so eager to excel in our lives by hoping that certain events will occur, which catapult us to the next and better level. Yet, when a myriad of changes occur simultaneously, we can easily become stressed or overwhelmed. I speak from experience because…

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AF Reservists, Army, British soldiers honor French village for D-Day support

Posted  June 8, 2012

U.S. Soldiers and Airmen, together with British paratroopers, march in formation through Picauville, France as part of ceremonial events commemorating the 68th Anniversary of the Normandy D-Day invasion...

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Snapshots | Family day

Posted  June 8, 2012

Jailynn Booker, sister of Airman 1st Class Tajlynn Booker, pets a horse after taking a gallop during the 163rd Reconnaissance Wing annual family day, June 2, 2012 as Tori Jerusal helps assist. Jerusal celebrated her...

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Child seat safety

Posted  June 8, 2012

Summer is upon us and for some of our Airmen that means a lot of vacation travel time with the family. While some choose to fly to their destinations, others opt for the classic road trip, especially if they are traveling with infants or toddlers. To ensure the safety of our small children while driving,…

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Snashots | Pinning ceremony

Posted  June 8, 2012

Maj. Gen. Mark Kyle, 4th Air Force commander, shares a laugh with newly promoted Col. Steve O’Brien, 4th AF chaplain, and his wife, Laurie, while in the receiving line after the ceremony at the Cultural...

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Snapshots | Xeriscaping

Posted  June 8, 2012

The 163d Civil Engineering Squadron teamed up with Navy Seabee reservists to work with Tony Alves, a local architect, on a low water and low maintenance base beautification landscaping project in front of...

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Will you marry me? Dodger style

Posted  June 1, 2012

As the sun set on Dodger stadium, preparations began for the start of Monday Night baseball between the LA Dodgers and the Arizona Diamondbacks, May 14. The grounds crew meticulously prepared...

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Angels over Kyrgyzstan

Posted  June 1, 2012

TRANSIT CENTER AT MANAS, Kyrgyzstan -- With only 19 percent of the Air Force being female and of that, only five percent of those females being pilots, it is not often that you hear of an all-female...

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Team members from left are Senior Master Sgt. Michael Kacsmaryk, assistant coach, Chief Master Sgt. Karen Krause and Tech. Sgt. Richard Miller. Members not shown are coach Aaron Wall, Kathleen Buckner, and Tom Maupin.
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Col. Pamela LeBlanc presents the 2012 Bowling League Trophies

Posted  June 1, 2012

Team members from left are Senior Master Sgt. Michael Kacsmaryk, assistant coach, Chief Master Sgt. Karen Krause and Tech. Sgt. Richard Miller. Members not shown are coach Aaron Wall, Kathleen...

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