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Default Air Force Logo Local hospital offers free car safety seat inspections
September marks the 24th anniversary of Baby Safety Month, reminding parents that one of the first responsibilities every new parent has is ensuring their child's safety while traveling. Mary Bair, registered nurse, maternal-child educator and certified car seat technician of Southern Maryland Hospital, estimates 90 percent of the time, the car
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2007
Camp Lemonier, Djibouti - In the joint environment of the camp, right to left, Navy Rear. Adm. James M. Hart assists Col. John M. Crocker, Brig. Gen. Alfred J. Stewart and Ambassador W. Stuart Symington in cutting the cake to celebrate the Heritage to Horizons theme of the Air Force's 60th birthday. Hart is the Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa commander, Crocker is the 449th Air Expeditionary Group commander and Air Component Coordination Element director, Stewart is the Central Command director of mobility forces and Symington is the United States Ambassador to Djibouti and grandson of the first Secretary of the Air Force W. Stuart Symington III.  (U.S. Air Force/Staff Sgt. Jennifer Redente) Airmen celebrate 60th birthday
Airmen celebrated the Air Force's 60th birthday with the grandson of the first Secretary of the Air Force and director of mobility forces in Camp Lemonier's Bob Hope Dining Facility for a cake cutting ceremony Sept. 18. The honorary cake cutters were a symbol of this year's theme, Heritage to Horizons. Representing the heritage was Ambassador W.
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2007
Lt. Gen. Frank Klotz, Air Force assistant vice chief of staff and Tech. Sgt. Jeramie Brown sing The Air Force Song in unsion at the conclusion  of a Purple Heart award ceremony held in his honor Sept. 17. (US Air Force/Bobby Jones) First broadcaster awarded purple heart

0 9/19
2007
Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley looks closely at the memorabilia on a desk in the room of an Airman during his first official visit to Andrews Air Force Base. During his visit, Chief McKinley visited several rooms in the dormitories of first term Airmen to see the conditions in which Airmen live. Chief McKinley also visited the Aeromedical Staging Flight, 89th Airlift Wing, and had lunch with Airmen at The Club at Andrews. (US Air Force/A1C Renae Kleckner) Chiefly Inspection

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2007
Chief Master Sgt. Karen D. Dupree, left, 844th Communications Group, chief of knowledge management,  Mr. Joseph W. Harrell, center, 744th Communications Squadron director of operations and Lt. Col. Herbert H. Wesselman, 744th Communications Squadron commander bid farewell to Airmen as they board a bus Sept. 7. The Airmen will be deployed to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom for four months. (US Air Force/Bobby Jones) AFDW Communicators deploy
Approximately 15 Airmen from the 744th Communications Squadron and 844th Communications Group deployed to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom for four months Sept. 7. The combined units mission will assist communication efforts in various areas, such as information management and technical
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2007
Airman 1st Class Bethany L. Anliker observes as Master Sgt. George O'Brien performs a Buccal Swab collection procedure for the Andrews Bone Marrow Drive at the 316th Logistics Readiness Squadron Sept.7. Airman Anliker is assigned to the 316 LRS as transportation officer. Sergeant O'Brien is the 316 LRS vehicle operation manager. Bone Marrow Drive

0 9/13
2007
Tech. Sgt. Stephen Parker, left, carries his son, Khalon, 3, as his wife, Tech. Sgt. Kenyel Parker, center, Harriet Pullian and Tech. Sgt. Dawniel Conner particpate in the third annual Freedom Walk from the Lincoln Memorial to the Pentagon last Sunday. Approximately ten thousand civilian and military participants walked in support of the men and women who died September 11, 2001. Walk for Freedom

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2007
Brig. Gen. Maragaret Woodward, 89th Airlift Wing commander stands at attention as her husband, Brig. Gen. Daniel P. Woodward and mother Mary Ann Maslowski remove her eagles, representing the rank of Colonel, and pin on single stars representing the rank of Brigadier General. (US Air Force/Bobby Jones) Seeing Stars

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2007
Several parents mingle in the new facility as their children played in the new Infant and Toddler University multipurpose playroom provided by Child Development Center 1 Aug. 28. (US Air Force/Bobby Jones) Infant and Toddler University finds new home
The Infant and Toddler University officially moved to a new room in Child Development Center 1 on Aug 28. Surrounded by brightly painted walls, with educational posters displaying colors and numbers, and many new toys, the Andrews Infant and Toddler University opened at their new location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The Infant and Toddler
0 9/13
2007
Lt. Col. Diana Copper talks with Army Staff Sgt. Walter J. McMaster inside an air medical evacuation configured C-130 aircraft prior to being transported to the next medical facility. Nurse liaison works to make difference for wounded warriors
An officer assigned to the 775th Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, Detachment 1, here, acts as a nurse liaison, working behind the scenes to organize transportation of wounded servicemembers to military hospitals throughout the United States. When you think of the country's wounded servicemembers who are returning home to the United
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2007
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