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Default Air Force Logo Fleet Logistics Support One completes record year
Fleet Logistics Support Systems One (VR1), based at the Naval Air Facility on Andrews Air Force Base, recently completed a record-setting year in safety operations and flight time.Christened the "Star Lifters" because of their role as the premiere flight squadron to transport some of America's top leaders, they take their missions seriously. The
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Default Air Force Logo Andrews suicide prevention and intervention programs
Adam Shane, 79th Medical Operations Squadron suicide prevention specialist, and Connie Moore, 113th Wing DC Air National Guard family program coordinator and an Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training instructor, provide Team Andrews with the resources, awareness and education needed to help prevent suicides among members of the military,
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Default Air Force Logo Malcolm Grow Medical Center offers self-referral mammograms
Malcolm Grow Medical Center is taking proactive measures to help women in the targeted age range detect breast cancer as early as possible and now offers self-referral screening mammograms for eligible women over 40. According to the American Cancer Society and American College of Radiology, women beginning at age 40 should have mammograms and
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Default Air Force Logo Environmental inspection protects, people, environment
From Oct. 22-26, Andrews will conduct an internal Environmental, Safety, Occupational Health Compliance Assessment and Management Program (ESOHCAMP) inspection. The purpose of the ESOHCAMP is two-fold. First, is to improve environmental, safety and occupational health management and execution though the identification of areas for improvement. The
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Default Air Force Logo "The Fly-By ... 60 years of Air Force History" Great Airmen, past and present
Tops in Blue 2007 ... "The Fly-By, 60 years of Air Force History." One word described the show, phenominal. I hope you had the opportunity to see one of the two shows this past Friday and Saturday. If you did, like me, you departed the theater amazed again with the talents of the Tops in Blue Airmen and full of pride for the Air Force and nation we
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Maj. Gen. Frank Gorenc, Air Force District of Washington commander, center, surrounded by Col. Kim Johnson, 844th Communications Group commander, Col. Paul Christianson, 79th Medical Wing vice commander, Col. Kurt Neubauer, 11th Wing commander and Col. Paul Ackerley, 316th Wing commander, sign their Combined Federal Campaign contribution forms in the AFDW conference room Oct. 3. (US Air Force/Bobby Jones) CFC kicks off

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Maj. Gen. Frank Gorenc, Air Force District of Washington commander and Col. Terry Ross, 11th Wing vice commander, hold a yellow ribbon across the doors of the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Donald L. Harlow Airman Leadership School as Col. Paul R. Ackerley, 316th Wing commander, cuts it on Sept. 28. The reopening of the leadership school signifies the combination of leadership schools for Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, D.C., and Andrews. (US Air Force/SrA Laura Cirksena) Airman Leadership School Reopened

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Lt. Col. Brian Duffy, 316th Civil Engineer Squadron commander, stands with Senior Airman Tristan Brubacher after presenting him the Army Commendation Medal, Sept. 25. (Courtesy Photos) 316th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Airmen earn Army Commendations
316th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Airmen earn Army CommendationsTwo Airmen from the 316th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight received Army Commendation Medals for their service while deployed.Senior Airmen Tristan Brubacher and Delbert Guile were assigned to the 332nd Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron,
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U.S. Protect officer Marc Heath checks an incoming visitor's identification during the early morning hours at the Main Gate of Andrews AFB, Md. on Sept. 28. (US Air Force/Bobby Jones) US Protect officer offers service with a smile
As a person drives up to one of Andrews' entry gates, the process often times becomes routine.There is the standard "Hi, how are you?" as the driver hands over his or her identification cards, a "Have a nice day," as the IDs are handed back.However, there is one US Protect security officer who makes the process less monotonous and goes the extra
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Senior Airman Nicholas Amari sings "God Bless the USA" by country western recording artist,  Lee Greenwood during the conclusion of the Tops in Blue show Sept. 28.  Airman Amari is a security forces journeyman assigned to the 122nd Security Forces Squadron, Fort Wayne Air National Guard, IN.(US Air Force/Bobby Jones) Elite entertainers showcase 60 years of Air Force history at Andrews
Appearing before two capacity crowds at the Reel Time Theater, the Tops-in-Blue sang, danced, and entertained enthusiastic audiences Sept. 28 and 29. The show, titled "The Fly-by: A Musical Tribute to 60 years of Proud Air Force History," was a high energy, maximum action performance that thrilled everyone. Interacting with service members and
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