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  • A1C Thomas Robertson at his grandfather's grave

    A1C Thomas Robertson, from the 1CBCS/CYBV, salutes his grandfather' grave at St. Avold Cemetery during the Lorraine Liberation Celebration. His grandfather was killed in the battles and buried there.
  • C-17 displayed at Riga summit

    A C-17 sits on display in Riga, Latvia, where its capabilities were displayed Nov. 27 to NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, the president of Latvia, and senior alliance military officials - including Gen. Tom Hobbins, Allied Air Component Commander and U.S. Air Forces in Europe Commander. The cargo aircraft, flown to Latvia as part of
  • Thousand thanks to military children

    The children of military members are being recognized for the sacrifices they, too have made.Kids Serve Too is sending thank you letters, signed by a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes character, to children of deployed military members. The project, initially funded by the Association of the United States Army, is available to families from every service
  • USAFE commander reviews past year in command

    Allied and coalition relationships, operations south and east, Airmen's accomplishments and improving efficiency were at the forefront during the U.S. Air Forces in Europe commander's Nov. 20 discussion of the past year in command. Since Gen. William T. Hobbins took command Dec. 5, he has traveled to nearly 30 nations, demonstrating the importance
  • TSGLI provides Airmen with peace of mind

    The intent of the Traumatic Injury Protection Insurance is to provide qualified injured Airmen with an immediate source of income. TSGLI coverage is a tax-free lump sum payment ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 depending on the extent of the injury. Members insured under the Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance policy are automatically covered. The
  • Letter to Airmen: Service Before Self

    One of my greatest privileges as your Secretary is witnessing the selfless dedication on display by Airmen around the world. You consistently demonstrate your commitment to the Core Value of Service Before Self. Wherever I look, Airmen are executing our mission - flying and fighting in Air, Space, and Cyberspace. More than 30,000 Airmen are
  • CSAF's Vector: CSAR –X

    To the Airmen of the United States Air Force The Air Force has selected the CH/MH-47 built by The Boeing Company, Chicago, Illinois, as our newest Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) aircraft, culminating a competitive source selection process among three vendors. We'll call it the HH-47. We're confident our dedicated, professional CSAR Airmen and the
  • Airmen reminded of Promotion Testing No Show Policy

    Each Airman should understand the no-show policy for promotion testing. These rules apply to all enlisted members testing for promotion. Airmen who arrive to the testing facility late or fail to show up at all should report to their commander's support staff to explain the reason for the no-show, and determine if they are still eligible to test for
  • Weather, road info on 480-COLD, 479-TALK

    With the winter season on the way, keeping informed about changes in road conditions in the KMC is vital. 480-COLD (2653) - 06371-47-2653 - and 479-TALK (8255) - ensure 24-hour up-to-date information is available when weather changes. Dialing either number will lead the caller to a voice-messaging service with two options. The first option is to
  • OSG ‘06 to pack serious entertainment punch

    Country music artist Jaime O'Neal, national radio personality Delilah, John Popper of the platinum-selling group Blues Traveler, and the New England Patriots cheerleaders will tour U.S. Air Forces in Europe bases and Southwest Asia deployed locations from Nov. 19 to Dec. 2. "The combined effort serves as a good reminder of how Air Force reservists
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