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Default Air Force Logo AMC announces senior officer assignments
Air Mobility Command officials have announced the following senior officer assignments:Col. William P. Stewart, vice commander, 21st Expeditionary Mobility Task Force, McGuire AFB, N.J., will become chief, C-130 Program Integration Office, 43rd Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, N.C., effective in May.Col. Rory S. Kinney, chief, Architecture and Integration
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force Basketball Camp returns to Charleston
Twenty-six Airmen arrived here May 1 to participate in the Air Force basketball training camp and compete for a spot on the Air Force basketball team.The training camp runs through May 24, and is followed by the Armed Forces Tournament here May 26-31.For the fifth year running, Coach Mark Watley, a technical sergeant from Hill AFB, Utah, is heading
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Default Air Force Logo Battlelab improves inflight patient care
After extensive research and two concept demonstrations, the Air Mobility Battlelab here resolved a significant aircraft cabin lighting deficiency in aeromedical evacuation aircraft."This new system will radically improve KC-135 cargo compartment lighting and greatly facilitate treatment of patients during aeromedical evacuation missions," said
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Default Air Force Logo Motorcycle mentorship makes for safe ride
As we roll into summer, nicer weather and motorcycles can add up to a deadly combination. In 2003, our Air Force lost 24 airmen in motorcycle accidents and Air Mobility Command has already suffered its first fatality for 2004. I don't want to wait for the second.In support of the Chief of Staff and his vision of a mentor for every motorcycle rider,
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Default Air Force Logo Preliminary court proceedings held for Travis Airman
The next court-martial session involving Senior Airman Ahmad I. Al Halabi, convened at Travis AFB, Calif. At this 39a session, Col. Barbara G. Brand of the Central Circuit Judiciary, Randolph AFB, Texas, is expected to hear government and defense motions.The panel of military members selected to hear the case at trial will not be present.The date
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Default Air Force Logo AMC summer safety goal -- zero fatalities
Memorial Day marks the start of our 101 Critical Days of Summer Safety Campaign. There are two numbers I want you to remember. The first is 36. That's the total number of our fellow Airmen who lost their lives during last year's campaign. The second is zero. That's the Air Force's and Air Mobility Command's goal for this year's campaign.Last year,
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376th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron supply element here has 27,500 items total items currently in stock valued at $3.9 million. Manas is the strategic airlift hub for operations in and around Afghanistan and provides tactical airlift and aerial refueling in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. The wing has flown more than 35,000
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Default Air Force Logo AMC Airman provides last-chance survival training
Senior Airman Aaron Sanders spends his days teaching students information he hopes they never need to use. But he wants them to learn the material well, just in case. As a Survival, 3vasion, 4esistance and 3scape specialist deployed to the Combined Air Operations Center at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, Airman Sanders travels to
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Default Air Force Logo Tallil aerial porters keep cargo, passengers moving
(Photo by Staff Sgt. Christina M. Rumsey)
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Default Air Force Logo CPR training helps Airmen at Andrews save life
Each year Airmen are trained and certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. While the training only takes one day to complete, no one knows when or if they will use that training.For Tech. Sergeant Lewis R. Devore, an 89th Security Forces augmentee here, those skills were put to use was April 29.At approximately 10:15 a.m., Sergeant Devore was
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