Tag: Joint Base Andrews

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none JBA Airman brings home ‘Top Shot’
Staff Sgt. Benjamin M. Rodriguez, 11th Security Support Squadron unit deployment manager, won the Top Shot award at the 2018 Air Force Defender Challenge at Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis, Texas, Sept. 13.  The three-day challenge tested security forces defenders' tactical skills training, team dynamic, physical strength and mental stability
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N/A America's Airman: A1C Kody E. Welsh
(America’s Airman is a weekly article highlighting a member of the JBA community)Hometown?Honesdale, Pennsylvania Why do you serve?I decided to serve so I could travel as well as introduce myself to new and different opportunities.How does your job impact the wing's mission?I’m a firefighting and refueling vehicle technician responsible for
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Chief Master Sgt. Thomas C. Daniels, 11th Wing and JBA command chief, retired Tech. Sgt. George Setzer, Armed Forces Retirement Home resident, and Airman 1st Class Skylar Armstrong, 1st Airlift Squadron flight attendant, cut a cake at the AFRH, D.C., Sept. 14, 2018. Joint Base Andrews Airmen joined retirees from the AFRH to celebrate the Air Force’s 71st birthday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Abby L. Richardson) JBA Airmen, AFRH retirees celebrate Air Force birthday
Joint Base Andrews Airmen joined retirees to celebrate the Air Force’s 71st birthday at the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Washington, D.C., Sept. 14.
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N/A Florence update: New track means base stays in HurCon 4
JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. -- Based on the latest forecasts for Hurricane Florence, the installation will remain in Hurricane Condition 4, instead of moving into Hurricane Condition 3.The HURCON 4 declaration yesterday directed personnel to continue specific emergency preparations according to established guidelines and checklists. Those preparations
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N/A JBA commander: Florence expected to impact JBA within 72 hours
JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. -- Col. Andrew Purath, 11th Wing Commander, has officially declared Hurricane Condition 4 for the base, which means there is a possibility for winds greater than 39 miles per hour within the next 72 hours.The current forecast calls for negligible impacts to day-to-day operations on JBA, but the HURCON 4 declaration directs
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Default Air Force Logo Commander declares HurCon 5 for JBA
JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. – In preparation of expected high winds and significant rainfall in the next 96 hours, Col. Andrew Purath, 11th Wing commander, has officially declared Hurricane Condition 5 for Joint Base Andrews with tropical storm or hurricane conditions expected to affect the base within 96 hours.Hurricane Florence is currently located
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N/A VBS: Traveling to 'Babylon'
Children on base took a five-day adventure to "Babylon" during Vacation Bible School at Chapel One, July 30 - Aug. 3. The annual summer chapel program gave kids the opportunity to sing, paint, play, meet new friends and learn about the Bible. 
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Default Air Force Logo Malcolm Grow medical center schedules information sessions on patient reassignment
Officials at the 11th Medical Group here have scheduled five information sessions for TRICARE beneficiaries affected by the imminent patient reassignment process.
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N/A Dorm residents break bread during monthly dinner
Joint Base Andrews chaplains, along with the JBA Dorm Council, hosted a monthly dorm dinner here July 26, 2018.The get-together allowed dorm residents to eat, play team-building games and get to know each other and the 11th Wing leadership.“My favorite part is actually getting these Airmen out of the dorms and interacting with each other,” said
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The Courses at Joint Base Andrews is comprised of three 18-hole golf courses, three practice putting greens, two private practice areas and a driving range on base. More than 100,000 rounds are played by approximately 150,000 people annually, generating revenue for the installation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua R. M. Dewberry) JBA reducing golf course to 45 holes
The Courses at Andrews is scheduled to reduce from 54 to 45 holes beginning November 2018.
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