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Default Air Force Logo SOUTHCOM holds annual commanders' conference
More than 50 senior leaders from U.S. Southern Command, along with their spouses, took part in a Component Commander's Conference here Tuesday. The U.S. Southern Command's Component Commanders Conference, held quarterly, provides the Commander, Admiral James Stavridis, U.S. Southern Command, a forum to meet with his component commanders, associated
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Default Air Force Logo 41st ECS spouses recognized for contribution to squadron mission
More than 60 spouses of servicemembers from the component squadrons of the 55th Electronic Combat Group joined together at the workplace of their counterparts to see first-hand the daily undertakings of their loved ones. The spouses were divided into four groups that participated in safety and medical briefings before a 30-minute plane ride over
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Default Air Force Logo DM-50 tours rescue squadrons, flies new paths over Tucson
Both the 55th and 305th Rescue Squadrons hosted DM-50 members for an aerial tour of Tucson Jan. 31. The DM-50 is a group of local business members who actively advocate Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and its positive impacts on Tucson's economy. Better understanding of the mission, safety, and noise abatement were central themes of the DM-50
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Default Air Force Logo PDC opens doors to Airmen, families
The Professional Development Center, a new facility here aiming to uniquely combine services to better meet the needs of its customers, is scheduled to hold its ribbon-cutting ceremony today. Jack Bianco, flight chief of the Airmen and Family Readiness Center, said D-M's PDC is the first to have the AFRC housed within it. "We had the unique
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Default Air Force Logo Army unit travels 1,800 miles west, joins D-M
An Army unit, currently located at Fort Bragg, N.C., will soon pack their bags and travel 1,800 miles across the United States to become permanent residents at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. The 1st Battlefield Detachment, which serves as a liaison from 12th Air Force and Air Forces Southern Command's Combined Air Operations Center to the U.S. Army
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Default Air Force Logo D-M Airman receives medal for exemplary service overseas
Four Airmen were awarded the Air Force Achievement Medal here Monday. Fire Fighters Master Sgt. Gregory Willsey, Staff Sgt. Steven LaRue, Staff Sgt. Nolan Mooney, deployed from the New York Air National Guard, and Staff Sgt. Daniel Rasmussen, deployed from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, received the medal for exemplary service and quick thinking in
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Default Air Force Logo SFS Airman selected for Tops in Blue
A member of the 355th Security Forces Squadron was selected as one of the newest members of the Air Force Tops in Blue and is set to report to Lackland Air Force Base, Texas this month. Airman 1st Class Jesse Cox, a native of Dayton, Ohio, auditioned for the judges after hearing about the Tops in Blue while at Basic Military Training. "While in
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Default Air Force Logo Lobos lead loading competition
Three Airmen from the 358th Aircraft Maintenance Unit were recognized Friday as the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base load crew team of the year.Though for Staff Sgt. Gregory Jones, Senior Airman Brian Marchand Erin Rodriguez, the win was a testament to their efforts and abilities during the contest and throughout the year. "This is a great honor, and a
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Default Air Force Logo CAOC opens door to Davis-Monthan
Families and service members toured the newly constructed Combined Air and Space Operations Center during an Open House here Jan. 5. The Open House gave the base and family members a chance to tour the newly constructed 26,750-sq. ft. facility and to see first hand what happens inside the operational world of the CAOC. "Families support us and are
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Tech. Sgt. George F. Roach, a security forces member here and Vice President of AFSA’s Tucson chapter, steadies one of the 26 bicycles donated to Esperanza En Escalante, a local transitional housing program for homeless veterans. Local AFSA chapter donates bikes to vets in need
Take a moment and consider the pride that comes with serving one's country. Imagine the camaraderie and sense of belonging servicemembers feel while fighting together with a solitary purpose. Now try to comprehend living alone, without a home or clean clothes, constantly fighting both hunger and substance abuse. No pride. No friendship. No sense of
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