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  • Colonel Moore: The White House medical officer

    (Editor's note: This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. These acts brought America to a screeching halt; nothing else that day seemed to matter. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives on that Tuesday morning, and the destiny of a generation changed forever. This is a 10 part series about those
  • Chief Clark: Leading from experience

    (Editor's note: This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. These acts brought America to a screeching halt; nothing else that day seemed to matter. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives on that Tuesday morning, and the destiny of a generation changed forever. This is a 10 part series about those
  • Airman Robertson: From high school student to Air Force warrior

    - (Editor's note: This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. These acts brought America to a screeching halt; nothing else that day seemed to matter. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives on that Tuesday morning, and the destiny of a generation changed forever. This is a 10 part series about those
  • Captain Assing: Air Force officer, nurse, rescue worker

    (Editor's note: This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. These acts brought America to a screeching halt; nothing else that day seemed to matter. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives on that Tuesday morning, and the destiny of a generation changed forever. This is a 10 part series about those
  • Help Us Help You: Avoiding Unauthorized Commitments and Pecuniary Punishment

    Does your monthly budget include spending $17,000 so that others can relax on vacation? Do you save so that you could splurge and dish out $1,700 for somebody else to have an aerobics instructor, or a cool $5,700 for diesel fuel? What's that you say? You answered 'no' to these questions? Although these scenarios seem ridiculous, they were near
  • Sergeant Koch: The not so basic trainee

    (Editor's note: This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. These acts brought America to a screeching halt; nothing else that day seemed to matter. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives on that Tuesday morning, and the destiny of a generation changed forever. For those individuals serving in the
  • The browser that broke the network's back

    Davis-Monthan's computer network can be irregular to say the least. There are moments of high speeds and easy navigation and then times of turtle-slow page loading and network time-outs. The reasons behind the network hiccups are unknown; slow loading and connection errors seem to be par for the course. But what if the network users are the
  • D-M remembers fallen pararescuemen

    Gathered outside of the 48th Rescue Squadron, members of D-M quietly sit in a somber state. Some wait in rows of chairs under cover of a canopy, shielding them from the hot Tucson heat. Other Airmen sit on bleachers, while some decide to stand. The Patriot Guard Riders are there in full support, each member standing next to one another behind the
  • Man’s best friend, Military’s best scavenger

    Dogs have become an extra member of the American family. They follow their owners wherever they go, they sleep in their master's beds, they stealthily steal food off the dining room table and because of the Military Working Dog Program, they help defend and protect Americans at home and abroad. Military working dogs are different than the dog some
  • Seven-year-old is D-M's Pilot for a Day

    Seven-year-old Chenoa Richner toured the base Dec. 29, as a participant in the Pilot for a Day Program. The purpose of the program is to give local children with illnesses an enjoyable day completely devoted to them and their interest in aviation. "Our Airmen enjoy the program probably just as much as the Pilot for a Day child," said Maj. Eric
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