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Army Sgt. Sheldon Boyajean, a military policeman at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., poses in front of his 2004 Dodge SRT 4, which won the “People’s Choice” award at the Armed Forces Day Car and Motorcycle Show here May 19. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Jamie Coggan) Hundreds attend 3rd annual Armed Forces Day Car and Motorcycle Show
The third annual Armed Forces Day Car and Motorcycle Show, sponsored by the base Arts and Crafts/Auto Center, Outdoor Recreation office, Wing Safety office and Culture of Responsible Choices Committee, drew more than 700 people to Heritage Park here May 19. The day-long event, which kicked off with a 6 a.m. motorcycle rally, featured 110 cars and
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Default Air Force Logo Lowell H. Smith Middle School to remain closed
In light of the recent denial by the U.S. District Court to re-open Davis-Monthan's Lowell Smith Elementary School as a middle school next year, D-M and Tucson Unified School District leadership, parents and community members gathered for a Town Hall meeting at the Desert Lightning Community Center Monday to discuss ways to maximize options for
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Col. Bruce McClintock, 455th Air Expeditionary Wing vice commander, performs a pre-flight inspection of his A-10 Warthog prior to his flight at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan May 23. Col. McClintock is deployed from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. (photo by Staff Sgt. Craig Seals) 354th Bulldogs overcome hurdles to make it to Bagram
A deployment to any forward location presents its own share of unique and sometimes daunting challenges, but for the men and women of the 354th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron and Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Unit from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., the deployment was just half the battle. Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is the headquarters
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Col. Kent Laughbaum (far right), commander of the 355th Fighter Wing, joins members of the 357th Fighter Sqaudron to cut the ribbon in front of their new operations building. The new facility now houses the first active-duty Air Force squadron to employ the new A-10C Thunderbolt II aircraft exclusively. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jacqueline Hawkins) 357th FS opens new building as first A-10C fighter squadron
One of D-M's own units has something big to celebrate. The 357th Fighter Squadron "Dragons" officially opened their new operations building with a ribbon-cutting ceremony held here May 18. The building, which began construction in November 2005, houses the first active-duty Air Force squadron to employ the new A-10C Thunderbolt II aircraft
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Members of the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Honor Guard perform a flag-folding ceremony during the Armed Forces Day Dinner hosted by the DM-50 here May 18. The flag was later presented to Blake Down, a founding DM-50 member and World War II veteran. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Noah Johnson) DM-50 hosts 3rd annual Armed Forces Day dinner
The DM-50, a Tucson community organization dedicated to promoting the base, hosted the third annual Armed Forces Day Dinner at the 79th Hangar here May 18. With cooperation from base leadership, the DM-50 organizes and caters the yearly event to show its support for military members, especially those stationed in southern Arizona. Servicemembers
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Default Air Force Logo 355th Wing now the ‘355th Fighter Wing’
The 355th Wing was redesignated the 355th Fighter Wing April 26. The 355th was previously a "tactical fighter wing" from April 1962 through September 1979 and a "fighter wing" from October 1991 through May 1992, when the names "tactical" and "strategic" were removed from unit designations. On May 1, 1992, before the 41st and 43rd Electronic Combat
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Default Air Force Logo 2007 1st-quarter award winners announced for D-M, 355th FW
The following personnel were recognized for outstanding performance during the period of January through March 2007: Maj. Lisa B. Firestone, 355th Aerospace Medicine Squadron 355th Fighter Wing and D-M field grade officer of the quarter Capt. Joaquin D. Glomski, 355th Equipment Maintenance Squadron 355th Fighter Wing and D-M company grade officer
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355th Fighter Wing Commander Col. Kent Laughbaum awards Dr. Dave Roever a commander's coin in appreciation for his sacrifice, dedication, loyalty and continued motivational messages to troops around the world.
(U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Alesia Goosic) Nation of prayer: D-M unites in giving thanks
More than 300 Airmen, base leaders and their families united at the Mirage Officers Club here May 7 for the 2007 National Prayer Breakfast where Veteran Dr. Dave Roever shared his miraculous life story "Tragedy to Triumph."After 355th Fighter Wing Commander, Col. Kent Laughbaum greeted guests and introduced Dr. Roever, his humor, enthusiasm,
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Desert Dove Chapel sponsored a Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony honoring the survivors. D-M Airmen attended and escorted survivors honoring them at a luncheon at the Davis-Monthan Mirage Officers club. (DLN photo/Diane M. Kephart)
Holocaust survivors share their strength, faith at D-M memorial service
Holocaust survivors, Airmen and family members attended a luncheon at The Mirage Officer's Club after a solemn, yet hopeful "Day of Remembrance" ceremony at the D-M Desert Dove Chapel Wednesday. Guest speaker, Director of Holocaust Services in Southern Arizona Gail F. Wallen, PhD said, "Everyone here has two things in common -- they were children
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The Aquatic Rehab Treadmill, on display at the Physical Therapy Clinic’s grand opening at D-M April 26, lessens the impact on joints and affords runners quicker recovery progress after an injury. One of many new pieces of equipment at the new PTC, the treadmill will be available for use in June. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Jamie Coggan) Physical Therapy Clinic opens at D-M
After more than two years of extensive planning and construction efforts, D-M's Physical Therapy Clinic opened its doors to patients during a grand opening ceremony April 26. The clinic, which is open to active-duty servicemembers, retirees and their families, expects to treat about 600 patients per month. "We aggressively treat and manage
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