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Default Air Force Logo Security forces talks of driving safety
Safety will be a recurring theme over the next few months as the seasons change and the weather gets nicer. A key component to safety on base is abiding by all driving regulations in place. Security forces is taking initiatives to make sure these regulations are enforced. Starting next month they will take part in the nationwide Click-it or Ticket
0 4/23
2007
Default Air Force Logo MPF completes phase 2 renovations
The Military Personnel Flight recently completed phase two of the three-phased renovations scheduled to be completed by summer. "Phase two took about three weeks to complete," said First Lieutenant Philip B. Caldwell, 316th Mission Support Squadron Relocations and Employments chief. "We started the bulk of renovations at the end of January. The
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2007
Default Air Force Logo AFAF donations nearing goal
The Air Force Assistance Fund campaign is in its fourth week, with two weeks left to donate. The AFAF's "Commitment to Caring" campaign drive is scheduled to end April 13 here. "The goal for Andrews is $69,440," said Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Groder, AFAF assistant project officer. "The amount currently collected is approximately $45,000, which is
0 4/23
2007
Brig. Gen. Michelle D. Johnson spoke to an Andrews audience during a Women's History Month Luncheon held The Club Mar. 22.  This year's theme was "A Generation of Women Moving History Forward." The general spoke in retrospect about the strides that women in the Air Force have made since she entered miltary.

General Johnson currently serves as the Air Force Director of Public Affairs and Deputy Director of Communication, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. Women's History Month

0 4/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo 316 SFS: Firearms registration a must
Many people die each year from firearms-related incidents. "Unfortunately, we are experiencing a potentially dangerous trend with regard to firearms safety on Andrews as well," said Senior Airman Lora B. White, 316th Security Forces Squadron Crime Prevention coordinator. Recently, security forces responded to domestic violence incidents and
0 3/23
2007
Default Air Force Logo 316 WG Safety Office: Think safety when jogging
Using headphones while on roads and streets on Andrews is not permitted. Andrews' traffic environment is one of the most dangerous people routinely encounter on a daily basis, as drivers, passengers or pedestrians, according to the 316th Wing Safety Office. While there are usually more drivers than pedestrians, the pedestrian is much more
0 3/23
2007
Default Air Force Logo Squirrels present a challenge
Squirrels in base housing are an ongoing challenge for residents. Squirrels chew through sidings and roof overhangs to get into the houses, said John V. Noble, 316th Civil Engineer Squadron Pest Management supervisor. Residents who feed the squirrels create problems for the entire base community. "Squirrels have babies in the attics and keep people
0 3/23
2007
Default Air Force Logo AF announces Andrews' housing privatization project owner
The Air Force announced Clark Realty Capital Limited Liability Company as the developer responsible for providing modern family housing for servicemembers stationed here March 13. As part of this same agreement, Clark Realty Capital L.L.C. will also own and operate housing units at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla. Under the contract, the Air Force will
0 3/23
2007
Default Air Force Logo 316 SFS uses new tool to secure base
The 316th Security Forces Squadron is using a new device at the base gates. The M2500, which is a handheld scanner, is used to scan identification cards and driver's licenses. "This device is another tool used by the 316 SFS to enhance base security," said Tech. Sgt. Gregory T. Striejewske, 316 SFS Visitor Control Center NCOIC. The M2500 is part of
0 3/19
2007
Default Air Force Logo DynCorp recognized for outstanding maintenance
DynCorp, a contractor which falls under the 89th Maintenance Group, earned the Federal Aviation Administration employer's Diamond Level Certificate of Excellence for the fifth consecutive year March 6. "The award recognizes DynCorp's proactive commitment to providing outstanding maintenance for aircraft used by our nation's leaders here," said 1st
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2007
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