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The new Fuels Management Facility stands at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., Sept. 17, 2014. The building houses fuels management as well as the fuels testing laboratory. The mission of the Fuels Flight is to provide clean, dry fuel to the flight line in a timely manner. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cheyenne Morigeau/Released) Fuels Management team finds a new home
The 355th Logistics Readiness Squadron held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of their new Fuels Management facility and Type III Fuels Hydrant System facility at D-M, Sept. 17, 2014.The new facilities are equipped with updated fuel systems to increase fuels management productivity."Our main mission is to provide clean and dry
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Happy 67th Birthday United States Air Force 67 plus years of airpower
What does the Air Force want for its 67th birthday; new state of the art fighter jets, more unmanned aircraft, new maintenance facilities or how about additional satellites to launch into space?The answer is none of the above. What the Air Force really wants for its birthday is for all Airmen to gain a better appreciation for its rich history,
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U.S. Air Force Col. James Meger, 355th Fighter Wing commander, waves to the crowd before a University of Arizona Wildcats football game at Arizona Stadium in Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 13, 2014. Meger was presented with a commemorative game ball by Ann Hart, U of A president, and Greg Byrne, U of A athletic director following the DM-50 Tailgate. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Chris Drzazgowski/Released) 2014 D-M Day at U of A
Approximately 2,000 Davis-Monthan personnel attended the annual DM-50 Tailgate followed by the University of Arizona Wildcats vs. the Nevada Wolf Pack football game at Arizona Stadium Sept. 13.The tailgate party and game tickets were provided at a reduced rate by the DM-50 and the U of A to show appreciation for D-M's Airmen. For D-M Airmen, the
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2014
The Comprehensive Airman Fitness mission is to build and sustain a thriving and resilient Air Force Community that fosters mental, physical, social and spiritual fitness. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Staff Sgt. Krystie Martinez) D-M brings resiliency
Practicing resiliency isn't a program; it's a way of life. Resiliency by definition is an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. Every person should be resilient and D-M is making it easier for Airmen to find the resources available to help them work on it. Vincent Howard, 355th Fighter Wing Community Support
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Personnel from McEntire Joint National Guard Base, S.C., arrive at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, June 10, 2012, to begin the second half of the unit's Air Expeditionary Force rotation in country. Members of the 169th Fighter Wing are deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Swamp Fox F-16's, pilots, and support personnel began their AEF deployment early April to take over flying missions for the air tasking order and provide close air support for troops on the ground in Afghanistan.
(U.S. Air Force photo/TSgt. Caycee Cook)
Air Force revamps AEF
The Air Force will deploy Agile Combat Support Airmen under its redesigned air expeditionary force construct October 1. The primary purpose of the redesign was to look at ways to deploy more ACS Airmen with their units and standardize dwell times across the Air Force as much as possible to present a consistent Air Force capacity to the
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Participants of the Never Forgotten 9/11 Tower Challenge pose for a group photo at the University of Arizona Football Stadium, Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 11, 2014.  Approximately 350 participants took on the challenge the climbing 2,071 stairs, symbolizing the 110 floors of each Twin Tower of the World Trade Center.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Chris Massey) 9/11 Tower Challenge held at UofA
The Never Forgotten 9/11 Tower Challenge was held at the University of Arizona Football Stadium, Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 11, 2014.Approximately 350 participants, including personnel from D-M, attempted the challenge of climbing 2,071 stairs. This feat symbolized the 110 floors of each Twin Tower of the World Trade Center."Myself and the First
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U.S. Air Force honor guardsmen present arms prior to the National Anthem being sung by Master Sgt. Charles Edwards, 548th Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance Group superintendent, during a 9/11 Remembrance ceremony at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., Sept. 11, 2014. The ceremony was held in honor of those who lost their lives during Sept. 11 attacks. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cheyenne Morigeau/Released) 9/11 Remembrance ceremony held at D-M
A 9/11 Remembrance ceremony was held at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., Sept. 11, 2014. The ceremony was held to honor and remember the lives lost during the Sept. 11 attacks. During the ceremony, U.S. Air Force Col. Rodger Schuld, 355th Mission Support Group commander, spoke on America's uniqueness in that a country filled with people from
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Default Air Force Logo Enlisted evaluation and promotion systems implementation timeline
In July, the chief of staff and chief master sergeant of the Air Force announced a series of incremental changes to the Enlisted Evaluation and Weighted Airman Promotion Systems scheduled for implementation from August 2014 through January 2017.The evaluation and promotion systems changes are slated for implementation in a phased manner for the
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Suicide Prevention Month: A reminder of our 24/7/365 responsibility to ourselves and each other
All Airmen have a responsibility that last much longer than a one-month campaign. This responsibility extends beyond ourselves and includes our work environment, our families, friends, fellow Airmen and our communities. While Suicide Prevention Month is observed across the United States in September, the month-long event is a reminder of everyone's
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U.S Air Force Master Sgt. Juan Pena, 612th Air Base Squadron  transient alert, and Tech. Sgt. Ed Peck, 174th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Hancock Airfield crew chief, participate in composite recovery training at Davis-Monthan Air Force base, Ariz., Sept. 9, 2014. Composite recovery is part of Crash Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery training. The Airmen don personal protective equipment, and identify and contain hazards from a simulated F-16 crash site. The 612th operates out of Soto Cano AFB, Honduras. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cheyenne Morigeau/Released) Crash recovery training
Airmen from around the world came to D-M to participate in Crash Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery training Sept. 8-12.CDDAR training educates active duty, guardsman and reservists on systematic approaches to aircraft recovery operations. "The idea behind this program is to teach how to recover an aircraft as efficiently and as quickly as
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