Sparky the Fire Dog waves to base housing residents during the National Fire Prevention Week parade Oct. 15 at Luke Air Force Base. The parade consisted of members and vehicles from the 56th Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Services and the Hall of Flame Fire Museum.
Senior Airman Savier Hernandez-Beltre, 56th Component Maintenance Squadron technician, gives out candy at the haunted house Oct. 30, 2015, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. It’s important that parents should take time to examine what their children receive while out celebrating a night of ghouls and goblins.
Airmen received autographed banners from Frostee Rucker, Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle, Oct. 25 at Luke Air Force Base. Cardinals players and cheerleaders came to Luke to learn about the mission and to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly renovated Community Commons.
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