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Default Air Force Logo D-M member named Tops in Blue performer
Officials of Tops In Blue, the Air Force's expeditionary entertainment group, have announced the names of 25 new members of the 2008 "Deja Blue" tour. "Our 2008 team is made up of some of the most talented members we have had join us in many years," said Jeri White, production manager for Air Force Entertainment. The 2008 tour will kick off on Feb.
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From left to right, Tech. Sgt. David Glass a Pararescueman, Col. Kent Laughbaum, 355th Fighter Wing commander, Maj. Patrick O’Rourke, commander of the 48th Rescue Squadron and Col. Kenneth Todorov, the 23rd Wing commander from Moody Air Force base all participated in the ribbon cutting during the grand opening ceremony of the 48th Rescue Squadron Combat Search and Rescue Complex here at D-M, Jan. 15. Moments before the ribbon cutting, Colonel Todorov pulled Sergeant Glass out of the formation and STEP promoted him to technical sergeant.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jesse Shipps) (Released) 48th RQS opens doors to new CSAR complex

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Default Air Force Logo Want to become an Army officer?
Any active-duty military member from any branch of military service who is eligible may apply for Army Officer Candidate School. OCS is a 14 week long course instructed at Ft. Benning, Ga. It is designed to place the Soldier in and under the physical, mental and emotional pressure to simulate the stress and fatigue of combat. Upon successful
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2008
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Office opens Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Office opens
Free income tax assistance, preparation, and electronic filing are available through the base Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Office from Jan. 23 to April 15. Most members who file their tax returns electronically at the tax center and, by selecting direct deposit, may receive their refunds in as little as one week. Davis-Monthan is fortunate to
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2008
Government agencies work together with RAMP program. 12 AF builds relations with Southern nations
Government agencies are working together to help four Central American countries revitalize their air force's capabilities. The Secretary of the Air Force International Affairs, U.S. Southern Command and Air Forces Southern are sponsors for RAMP, or Regional Aircraft Modernization Program for El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. The
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2008
OPSEC is everyone's responsibility. OPSEC is everyone’s responsibility
What we do in the military is important, and we should all be proud of our service to the nation. Whether we are commanding a squadron, flying an aircraft or delivering parts; we are all contributing to the mission and to accomplish this mission, we all deal with information on a daily basis. Some of this information can be trivial correspondence
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2nd Lt. Morgan P. Crowder and MSgt Kelly S. Papineau, 355th Comptroller Squadron, review financial records at the Financial Management Office, Jan. 9. Both Lt. Crowder and MSgt Papineau are the 2007 Financial Management and Comptroller Annual Award Winners. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Noah R. Johnson) FM office wins ACC level award
Air Combat Command recently named the 355th Comptroller Squadron's Financial Management office the Financial Management and Comptroller Organization of the Year for 2007. The Financial Management office, comprised of 31 military and 14 civilians, provides pay and travel service to more than 23,000 customers as well as financial decision support to
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Default Air Force Logo Certain officer, enlisted bonuses expired Dec. 31
Certain bonus programs for Reserve and active duty officer and enlisted personnel expired Dec. 31 due to the president not signing the fiscal 2008 National Defense Authorization Act and returning it to Congress for changes. All reenlistments for eligible Airmen in Air Force Specialty Codes with a selective reenlistment bonus or those with a
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2008
Default Air Force Logo D-M Airmen awarded Chief's Sharp Award
Congratulations to the recipients of the December 2007 Chief's Sharp Award. Tech. Sgt. Yara Mitchell, 355th MSGSenior Airman Geoffrey Batz, 355 AMXSAirman 1st Class Adrian Rojas, 355 LRS
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During a visit to D-M Dec. 28, Tucson City Council member and Vice-Mayor Nina Trasoff gets an A-10 flight simulator orientation from 355th Fighter Wing Commander Col. Kent Laughbaum. Trasoff represents a community neighboring D-M and has worked together with the commander on issues ranging from noise abatement to communiyt involvment. Councilwoman Trasoff visits

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