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Staff Sgt. Phillip Farrior and Tech. Sgt. Jamie Boyer carry out a post-attack-reconaissance-sweep measures during an operational readiness exercise July 17. OREs help keep Airmen familiar with procedures they will need to know in a deployed environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Airmen readiness exercise

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2007
1st Lt. Eric Judd, 75th Mission Support Group executive officer, participates in the 75th Air Base Wing washer tournament. The 75th Dental Squadron took first place, the 75 ABW placed second, and the 75th Medical Group received the Rusty Washer award. Washers not laundry

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2007
Capt. Harrison in a five mile run before his second marathon event in the "Grand Slam," a four-marathon event that takes place over five months.  "Some wouldn't think running is relaxing, but to me it is," said Captain Harrison. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Daniel Durbin) Runner's high
Capt. James Harrison, the 419th Fighter Wing Operations Group Executive Officer, is well known for his affinity for fitness. In addition to being the group's fitness monitor, Captain Harrison is also a competitive marathon runner. "I thought, 'I'll run one and see if I like it,'" Captain Harrison said. "Afterwards, I thought, 'that was crazy, why
0 7/20
2007
Staff Sgt. Childers handles the flow of information to and from higher headquaters and delivers vital command messages to Hill Airmen.  "If an accident happens, our reports go straight to Air Force commanders or even the President," Sergeant Childers said. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Daniel Durbin) One base one command post
You may not know they exist, but the men and women of the Hill Air Force Base Consolidated Command Post control the information that makes the Air Force work and affects Airmen every day. Staff Sgt. Cherelyn Childers, of the 419th Fighter Wing, knows that well enough. As part of her job as a command Post Controller, she is responsible for relaying
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2007
Default Air Force Logo ‘Phishy’ Bank of America e-mail tries to hook recipients
Anyone with a computer can be the target of a phishing scam and military rank offers no protection. This was evident July 3 when Lt. Gen. Terry Gabreski, vice commander of Air Force Materiel Command, discovered a fraudulent Bank of America 'phishing' scam in her e-mail inbox. According to Andrew Papp, AFMC's program coordinator for Bank of
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Officer, enlisted evaluations streamlined
Air Force officials are introducing new officer and enlisted evaluation forms as it transforms its personnel processes. The major part of this effort has been directed at reducing the workload associated with preparing officer and enlisted performance reports while ensuring the evaluation process remains fair and provides for accurate portrayal of
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2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah-- Kevin Durst, 572nd Aicraft Maintenance Squadron, explains the C-130 modifications process to the Netherlands Minister of Defense, his excellency Cees van der Knaap, during a recent visit to Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Netherlands Minister of Defense visits Hill

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2007
Default Air Force Logo 309th Maintainence Wing keeps PACOM wired
With hundreds of aircraft in the Pacific theater supporting the interests of the United States and its allies, electronic components are critical. Aircraft are durable and delicate at the same time and getting a replacement part in a timely fashion keeps the war birds in the fight. The Kadena-based 525th Electronic Maintenance Squadron, part of
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2007
Senior Master Sgt. Ross Childs, 455th Expeditionary Mission Support Group first sergeant, mentors a young Airman in his office at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. Part of Sgt. Child's duties as a first sergeant include mentoring and assisting Airmen with any problems they might have. Sgt. Childs is deployed from the Utah Air National Guard's 67th Aerial Port Squadron. (photo by Staff Sgt. Craig Seals) 67th Aerial Port Squadron first sergeant assists in deployment
Every deployed member's worst nightmare is to get woken up in the middle of the night by their first sergeant and told that tragedy has struck at home. In this terrible scenario there is hope because the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing has a team that can spring into action to help an individual get home as quickly as possible on emergency leave. This
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Separation program offers early retirement, incentive to target civilians
Ogden Air Logistics Center employees were officially notified June28, via a Hilltop Times article ,that a Voluntary Early Retirement Authority and Voluntary Separation Incentive Program will be offered beginning July 18. "The goal of this VERA/VSIP is to reduce the number of employees who fall into certain budget areas for this fiscal year," said
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2007
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