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Default Air Force Logo Communicators recognized for contributions to American Air Forces
Three Andrews AFB Airmen were recognized for their outstanding communications support at the 47th "Conference of Chiefs of the American Air Forces" held July 20-26 in Bolivia. Master Sgt. Jose Perez and Senior Airmen Joseph Vazquez and Anna Hernandez were all recognized with awards. Sergeant Perez was awarded the Inter American Air Fraternity
0 8/16
2007
Col. Margaret Woodward, 89th Airlift Wing commander, presents an award citation after pining a Legion of Merit Medal to the collar of Senior Airman Joseph Vasquez. Airman Vasquez is assigned to the 89th Communications Squadron as a radio operator. The Legion of Merit is an award, which is given for service rendered in a clearly exceptional manner. Airman receives Legion of Merit

0 8/16
2007
Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan, waves as he boards his aircraft to depart the United States Aug. 8. President Karzai was in the United States over the weekend for a two-day meeting with President George W. Bush at Camp David. Diplomatic departure

0 8/13
2007
Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Britain shakes the hand of Col. Kenneth Volmert, 316th Operations Group commander, prior to boarding his jet Monday. This was the prime ministers first official trip to the United States to meet with President George W. Bush at Camp David. Inaugural visit

0 8/08
2007
Default Air Force Logo Girl Scouts show support for wounded troops
Girl Scout Troop No. 1501 of Prior Lake, Minn. made a visit to Andrews this week to show their support and respect for wounded troops coming through the base's Aeromedical Staging Facility. Since January, this dedicated group of girls produced nearly 200 tie blankets made with patriotic fleece. And, what started as simply donating blankets to our
0 8/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo Andrews Enlisted, Officers' Spouses' Clubs hold membership drives
The Andrews Enlisted and Officers' Spouses' Clubs are holding membership drives during the first two weeks of August. The ESC has exciting plans scheduled for September and October. The September event will be a trip to New York City. In October, ESC members plan to go to the Bay Festival. The AOSC has a Sundae! Sunday Ice Cream Social planned for
0 8/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo 89 AW recieves Outstanding rating during LSEP inspection
The 89th Airlift Wing Maintenance Group and Aerial Port Squadron received the highest possible score of outstanding on the Logistics Standardization Evaluation Program Inspection conducted here from July 17 to 23. "The frequency of LSEP inspections is based on the desire of the Major Command with the last one conducted on the 89 AW recorded in
0 8/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo Top performance for 99th Airlift Squadron, 89th Aerial Port teams in AMC Rodeo
Congratulations to the 89th Airlift Wing and the 99th Airlift Squadron who took home the "Best OSA/VIPSAM Crew" award at the Air Mobility Command Rodeo 2007 competition held July 22 through 28 at McChord Air Force Base, Wash. The biannual competition focuses on readiness and features airdrop, air refueling, and other events showcasing security
0 8/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo Just report it Security clearances depend on it
It can be a hassle. All of the forms, the fingerprints, researching old addresses and phone numbers, stressful background interviews, friends calling to say the FBI came to their house asking questions, the stress of not knowing what is taking so long ... did they find something? Then, finally, six months to two years later, the security manager
0 8/03
2007
316th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters route water out from the third floor of the 316th Wing headquarters building after a 4-inch chilled water return line from the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system burst, gushing water for several hours. Some sections of the third-floor were covered by water. Chilled water pipe bursts in wing headquarters
The 316th Wing headquarters building experienced flooding in the AB, B and BC corridors of the second and third floors and parts of the first floor Tuesday morning. "There was a break in a 4-inch chilled water return line for the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning system," said Maj. Michael D. Miller, 316th Civil Engineer Squadron operations
0 7/27
2007
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