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From left, Air National Guard Director Lt. Gen. Craig McKinley, retired Lt. Gen. John Conaway, Readiness Center (ANGRC) Commander Col. Joe Lengyel, Air Guard Command Chief Master Sgt. Richard Smith, and Mr. J.L. Herndon break ground on an ANGRC expansion project Nov. 19 at Andrews Air Force Base, Md. (U.S. Air force photo/Tech. Sgt. Mike R. Smith) Air Guard Breaks Ground for Expanded Readiness Center
Officials broke ground here yesterday on a $52 million Air National Guard Readiness Center expansion. When completed, the four-story complex of shining glass and steel will unite the existing ANGRC here with its Air Guard offices in Arlington, Va. Air Force Lt. Gen. Craig R. McKinley, Air National Guard director, said the expansion on Andrews
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Rookie Guard Nick Young and Forward Dominic McGuire sign photographs for servicemembers at the Freedom Hall Dining Facility after serving dinner on Nov. 13. (US Air Force/Bobby Jones) Team Andrews receives an All-Star visit

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Col. Paul R. Ackerley, 316th Wing commander, greets Mrs. Audrey Fisher during her visit to the Fisher House Nov. 8. Mrs. Fisher toured Andrews squadrons and facilities, including the Executive Airlift Training Center, Aeromedical Staging Flight, 89th Operations Support Squadron and received a military working dog demonstration performed by the 316th Security Forces Squadron. (US Air Force/Bobby Jones) Fisher House ambassadors visit Team Andrews facilities
Audrey Fisher and Nancy Edelman, Fisher House Foundation ambassadors and vice presidents on the board of trustees, visited the Andrews Fisher House recently.Accompanied by Jill Snadecki and James D. Weiskopf, Vice President of Communications for the Fisher House Foundation, the group toured the Fisher House and the base, including the 89th Airlift
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Default Air Force Logo Food safety during holidays remains important
Sharing holiday meals with friends and family is an important part of the holiday season.Do partake of the season's merriment, but don't invite food poisoning to join the party by using careless food-handling practices.With a little bit of care and knowledge, foodborne illness is almost entirely preventable.First, cook thoroughly: A meat
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Staff Sgt. Theodore Miller of the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard stands at attention as four other members of the USAF Honor Guard drill team perform precision drill movements with their M1 Garand rifles with fixed bayonets during the Base Honor Guard Awards Ceremony at The Andrews Club on Oct. 30. (US Air Force/A1C Renae Kleckner) Honor Guard honors its own at annual awards recognition luncheon
Col. Paul Ackerley, 316th Wing commander, hosted the 3rd Annual Andrews Base Honor Guard Recognition Ceremony last week at the Club at Andrews. "Today's event provides us with a unique opportunity to thank those individuals from Team Andrews who go above and beyond," said Senior Airman Jonathan Burnett, 316th Civil Engineer Squadron readiness and
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Staff Sgt. Vanessa C. Agcamaran, left, Tech. Sgt. Emmett Mack, Center, and McGruff, the Crime Dog, check visitor identification at the main gate Nov. 1. The 316th Security Forces Squadron conducts routine security spot checks. (US Air Force/Bobby Jones) Preventing Crime One At A Time

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Brig. Gen. Richard Prosek receives the 231st Combat Communications Squadron Guidon from Lt. Col. Robert D. Price, 231 CCS commander, during the inactivation ceremony. The 231 CCS's mission was to provide rapidly mobile, highly secure, state-of-the-art communications  services to the United States of America and the District of Columbia. Inactivation Ceremony

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Brig. Gen. Dana A. Simmons, commander of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, shakes hands with Lt. Col. Anita L. Lightfoot, after she accepted, commander of the AFOSI Field Support Squadron on Oct. 30 here. Field Support Squadron Stands Up

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Paula McKinley, left, aids Patricia Botkins, Andrews Airman and Family Readiness flight chief with archiving news clippings from past Capital Flyer newspapers on Nov. 5, which illustrate the center's publicizing of family-oriented events. Paula McKinley is the wife of Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley.(US Air Force/Bobby Jones) Chief Master Sergeant Of The Air Force's wife shares experiences
When this young woman met her husband, he was a first sergeant at Tinker. Seven years after they married, Paula McKinley, wife of Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Rodney J. McKinley, is amazed at the path life has laid before them. "I had no idea what I was about to encounter," said Mrs. McKinley. "Never in my wildest dreams did I think that
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Default Air Force Logo November recognized as Lung Cancer Awareness Month
The third Thursday of November has been designated by the American Cancer Society as a day to cut down or stop smoking. And the theory is: if you can quit for a day, you can quit for a lifetime. If you smoke cigarettes or use tobacco in any form, consider participating in the event by giving up tobacco for one day. Use this day as the starting
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