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Default Air Force Logo The 10 most unbreakable records in sports
Editor's Note: This article is the first of a five part series counting down the 10 most unbreakable records in sports from 10 to 1. For argument's sake, I chose records set in the modern eras of sports. Therefore, records like Cy Young's 511 wins, Ty Cobb's career .366 batting average and Walter Johnson's 110 shutouts (all set in the "dead ball
0 7/06
2009
Default Air Force Logo Final family practice residency class bids adieu to patients
Robert Decent, a 15-year Navy civil servant with 21 years of active military service could go to any number of hospitals between Andrews and his Annapolis, Md., home. He first came to the 779th Medical Operations Squadron Family Practice Residency Program, passing at least 12 medical facilities on his way, when his shoulder began aching on the job.
0 6/26
2009
Default Air Force Logo Chief master sergeant of the Air Force shows strength, care throughout his term
In a little less than one week, the 15th Chief Master of the Air Force, Rodney J. McKinley, will retire from Active Duty. What better time than now to reflect on the chief's tenure as our top enlisted leader? Chief McKinley will be the first person to tell you that he's not interested in legacy talk. This was seen in his recent remarks at the 2008
0 6/26
2009
Default Air Force Logo Three important NBA Draft questions
The 2009 NBA Draft is less than a week away and for fans, the draft offers a glimmer of hope. Hope that their respective team lands an impact player that can be the face of their franchise for the next decade or perhaps for teams closer to the promised land, a solid guy to come off the bench and give your stars a breather. Every draft is different.
0 6/23
2009
Default Air Force Logo This week's sports observations
Thought 1: After the Detroit Red Wings manhandled the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 5, most hockey observers outside Pennsylvania declared the series done. The Penguins fought back and won a gritty Game 6, sending the series to a Game 7 for this game. The Penguins are a hungry team with momentum now on their side. Is that enough? The Red Wings have
0 6/23
2009
Default Air Force Logo Captain rubs elbows with 'big wigs' at Andrews
Captain Nestor Jimenez, 316th Wing Protocol specialist, grew up in a small town outside of Aibonito, Puerto Rico, where the roads were so dangerous his mother passed wrecks on the way to work daily. Now, Captain Jimenez strolls across some of the most inspected asphalt on earth to greet foreign dignitaries, including the U.S.
0 6/05
2009
Default Air Force Logo A clear head under fire earns sergeant medal
The evening sun had just finished its daily round, nestling behind the horizon of Afghanistan's desolate landscape. A flight of HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters took off into the night sky from Kandahar Air Base, bearing alert crews en route to a rearming and refueling point that supported combat operations in the area. Flying at low altitudes over
0 6/05
2009
Default Air Force Logo This week's sports observations
1) As I'm writing this, Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are facing a 3-1 series deficit against the Orlando Magic. I separated Lebron from his team in the previous sentence because, if you watched Tuesday's Game 4, that's exactly how it played out. It was a one man show. Don't get me wrong, Lebron certainly had a great game (44 points, 12
0 5/29
2009
Default Air Force Logo No time like the present to plan for child's school and sports physicals
Malcolm Grow Medical Center will be scheduling appointments for children's school and sports physicals at both the Family Health and Pediatric clinics throughout the summer months.Major Susan Evitts, pediatric services flight commander, said, "being proactive with the planning of [children's] needed medical care is important." "The medical staff at
0 5/29
2009
Default Air Force Logo Shedding light on sunscreen, vitamin D
There is no better time to discuss sun safety than the present. With spring in full bloom and summer fast approaching, we have already begun to enjoy the warmth of the season. Protecting skin from the harmful effects of overexposure to the sun is the ultimate goal, and that can be accomplished using a combination of approaches. Avoidance of the sun
0 5/21
2009
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