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Default Air Force Logo Andrews to participate in recyling day
Thursday is America Recycles Day and Andrews takes stewardship and personal responsibility seriously and is proud to be part of America Recycles Day. Celebrating its tenth year, this day is dedicated to encouraging Americans to recycle and buy recycled products. The 316th Civil Engineer Squadron Environmental Flight will have an educational exhibit
0 11/08
2007
Default Air Force Logo Airman and Family Readiness Center offers welcome seminar to spouses
The Airman and Family Readiness Center offers a monthly "Welcome to Andrews" orientation for military members and their spouses moving into the area. The center is offering a new welcome format in order to better reach spouses coming to Andrews Air Force Base. "This month was the first time the A&FRC organized the 'Welcome to Andrews' orientation
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2007
Airmen assist each other with putting on their decontamination suits properly during exercise CAPITAL SHIELD 2007 on Oct. 23. (US Air Force/SSgt Suzanne Day) CAPITAL SHIELD tests skills against man-made, natural disasters

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2007
Staff Sgt. Naeem Stanley, 316th Logistics Readiness Squadron, was awarded the Air Force Combat Action Medal, for performing duties while assigned to the 1058th Guntruck Company, Forward Operating Base Speicher, Iraq. During a combat mission, Sergeant Stanley's HUMVEE, which was the lead vehicle in the convoy, struck a landmine. The vehicle was severely damaged and Sergeant Stanley was injured. Sergeant Stanley was awarded the Purple Heart during a ceremony earlier this year. (US Air Force/A1C Renae Kleckner) Combat Action Medal Awarded

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2007
Default Air Force Logo MGMC Coumadin clinic helps patients lead normal lives
The Coumadin clinic here at Malcolm Grow Medical Center has brought life changing differences to its patients.Coumadin is an anticoagulant or blood thinner that is prescribed to patients who suffer from deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, myocardial infarction, patients who have heart valve replacements,
0 11/01
2007
Default Air Force Logo Airmen's Attic gives back to community
The Airmen's Attic is dedicated to easing the financial pressures on military families by giving its patrons free, quality goods including clothing, furniture, appliances, and dishes.Enlisted personnel, E-5 and below and from all military branches, are welcome to shop there and can acquire various items from the Airmen's Attic just by showing an ID
0 11/01
2007
Default Air Force Logo Logisticians to hold national convention in Washington
In mid-November, more than 1,000 military logisticians from around the world will congregate in Washington, D.C., for the annual Logistics Officers Association National Conference.For four days, Nov. 12 to 15, military, civilian, and contractor logisticians supporting all Department of Defense components will gather at the Washington Hilton for a
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Medical Conference speeds up the Integration process
Military medical leaders from the National Capital Region met Oct. 9 and Oct. 10 during phase two of the National Capital Area's Healthcare Synchronization Conference with the intent of furthering the integration of regional medical resources."[Defense Secretary Robert Gates] has said time and time again that - other than the survival of our
0 11/01
2007
Staff Sgt. Daniel Pena, 316th Security Forces Squadron, was awarded a Purple Heart for wounds received in battle, while deployed, as well as the Air Force Combat Action Medal. Sergeant Pena had the honor of Congressman Ruben Hinojosa, 15th District of Texas, in attendance during the ceremony on Oct. 26. (US Air Force/A1C Renae Kleckner) 316 SFS Airman receives Purple Heart
Air Force Staff Sgt. Daniel Peña, 316th Security Forces Squadron patrolman, was awarded the Purple Heart and an Air Force Combat Action Medal by Col. Paul Ackerley, 316th Wing commander on Oct. 26 in a ceremony at the Reel Time Theater.At the ceremony, Tech Sgt. Justin Haggerty, 316 SFS NCOIC of standardizations and evaluations, read a brief
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2007
Students ranging from six to 15 years old from the Henson Valley Montessori School received a chance to sit and ask questions of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, prior to a book signing at the Base Exhcnage on Oct. 27. (US Air Force/Senior Airman Jeff Andrejcik) Supreme Court Justice Thomas visits Andrews
Andrews Air Force Base was honored this past Saturday with a visit from Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court Clarence Thomas, as he visited with local school children for an inspirational meeting and book signing of his new memoir My Grandfather's Son at the Base Exchange.Eight students, along with their parents, welcomed Justice
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2007
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