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Marina Papineau, age 5, daughter of Capt. Scott R. Papineau, 355th Communications Squadron Director of Operations, trims leaves off of a bush at St. Luke's Home, Tucson, Arizona, on October 6, 2007. Approximately 80 Airmen volunteered to help clean at St. Luke's Home, an assisted living facility for elderly individuals. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Noah R. Johnson) D-M Airmen volunteer during 'Day of Caring'
More than 600 D-M Airmen from the 355th Fighter Wing and 12th Air Force volunteered their time Saturday to give back to the community at more than 19 locations throughout Tucson.The 36-event project, which included painting, construction, landscaping and a visit to the Geriatric Rehabilitation Center, allowed Airmen to meet the needs of the
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Default Air Force Logo D-M Combined Federal Campaign kicks-off
The Combined Federal Campaign is the only DoD-sanctioned solicitation of Federal employees in their workplaces on behalf of approved charitable organizations. The Davis-Monthan CFC Campaign kicked-off Oct. 4 and will continue through Dec. 15, reaching out to over 5,000 Federal employees and setting a goal of $400,000 for local, national, and
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Default Air Force Logo D-M pilot named 2006 Shine Award winner
Major Cory Jeffers, a fighter pilot from the 355th Operations Group here received the Anthony C. Shine Award Oct. 5 as the number one Fighter Pilot for 2006. "I was surprised and honored that I received the award," said Major Jeffers.The Anthony C. Shine Award, which began in 1980, is given each year to a fighter pilot for proficiency and
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Colonel Kent Laughbaum, 355th Fighter Wing commander, uses an excavator to demolish the first home being replaced as part of the $300 million privatized housing improvements here Oct. 5. This demolition marked the first of 868 old housing units scheduled to be demolished to make way for more than 500 new homes being constructed as part of the multi-million dollar privatization project. The new homes will feature state-of-the-art ENERGY STAR appliances, home office space with technology niches, covered porches for integrated indoor/outdoor living and spacious master bedroom suites. (U.S. Air Force photos by Staff Sgt. Tim Beckham) Demolition Man!
Colonel Kent Laughbaum, 355th Fighter Wing commander, uses an excavator to demolish the first home being replaced as part of the $300 million privatized housing improvements here Oct. 5. This demolition marked the first of 868 old housing units scheduled to be demolished to make way for more than 500 new homes being constructed as part of the
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Default Air Force Logo D-M 50 hosts 15th annual picnic for base
D-M Airmen and their families are invited to enjoy a night of free food and entertainment at the 15th annual D-M 50 picnic. This year's themed picnic, "Wild, Wild West," is scheduled for Oct. 27 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Bama Park here. The D-M 50 is a group of base supporters and leaders in the local community who aim to enhance the relationship
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Airman 1st Class Alesia Goosic, 355th Fighter Wing photographer, attempts to maneuver a tricycle around construction cones while wearing drunk goggles during the wing’s Safety Day event here Sept. 27. Drunk goggles simulate what it’s like being under the influence. The annual Safety Day is held to mark the end of the 101 Critical Days of Summer Campaign. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Noah Johnson)
Safety Day keeps Airmen up-to-date on critical issues
More than 1,000 people attended this year's Safety Day Sept. 27 in the 358th Aircraft Maintenance Unit hangar. "The annual Safety Day is held to mark the end of the 101 Critical Days of Summer Campaign, which ended Labor Day weekend, and also the end of the Fiscal Year," said Staff Sgt. Morgan McCormick, NCOIC of safety publicity and a primary
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Default Air Force Logo Stay Financially Fit; Avoid Predatory Lending
Fitness has become a major focus in recent years. But, don't just focus on your physical fitness; focus on your financial fitness as well. Flex your financial muscles, exercise control over your hard-earned money, run down your resources, and avoid the pitfalls of predatory lending. The Federal Military Lending Act (FMA) went into effect Oct. 1. It
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Default Air Force Logo Fire Prevention Week 2007
Is your family prepared to escape from your house in the event of a fire? The theme for Fire Prevention Week 2007, "Practice Your Escape Plan," reminds all of us to ask that simple question. During this year's fire safety campaign firefighters and safety advocates will be spreading the word about the dangers associated with fires in the home. Fire
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355th Fighter Wing Commander Col. Kent Laugbaum and Dr. Jayendra Shah, Chief of Staff, Southern Arizona Veteran Affairs Health Care System place a memorial wreath at the base of the flagpole during the Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Recognition Day Ceremony held at Davis-Monthan Sept. 21.  (U.S.Air Force photo by A1C Alesia Goosic) Ceremony honors POW/MIA servicemembers
The base held a ceremony in front of the 355th Fighter Wing headquarters building here Sept. 21 in honor POW/MIA Recognition Day, honored each year on the third Friday of September. The ceremony opened with posting of colors by the base honor guard and the singing of the National Anthem by Master Sgt. Vaughn Price of the 355th Aircraft Maintenance
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One of the new 214th Reconnaissance Group's new MQ-1B Predator aircraft. The 214th RG, activated here Aug. 29, will provide Predator aircrews in support of the global war on terrorism. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Christina Kinsey) Arizona activates ANG Predator unit at D-M
The Arizona National Guard activated one of the first Air National Guard MQ-1B Predator units in a ceremony here Wednesday.The newly-recognized 214th Reconnaissance Group flies the unmanned aerial vehicle in daily combat missions via satellite, and represents a new era for the Air National Guard and Arizona."This is a terrific day for all of us,"
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