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Default Air Force Logo Income Taxes on US Military Retirees’ Pay
UK/US Income Taxes on Retired Pay Income Taxes on US Military Retirees' Pay: Money received as retirement pay by a retired US military person resident in the United Kingdom is subject to income tax by the United States Government, but such money is wholly exempt from tax by the British Government. Authority for this is the bilateral tax treaty
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Retirees’ Limited Privilege Program [RLPP]
Introduction: All items sold by the Army and Air Force Exchange Service [AAFES] and the Commissary [DeCA] in the UK are sold free of British import duty. The sale of this merchandise is governed by a NATO Status of Forces Agreement [SOFA] of January 1951. The SOFA authorizes only those individuals on orders to the UK in support of NATO, and their
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Retiree Activity Office Bulletin Update
RAO Bulletin Update THIS BULLETIN CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES: -- Tricare Hospice Care -------------------------------- (Coverage) -- Military Spouse Monument ------------------------- (Proposed) -- VA Claims Assistance [03] ------------ (Triple Compensation) -- Fisher House Expansion [01] ------------------ (Tampa Opens) -- Tricare Uniform
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2007
RAF Mildenhall hosted the 2007 U.S. Air Forces in Europe Bowling championship, Sept. 24-26. RAF Lakenheath, Erik Phillips, won the men’s overall title and Spangdahlem Air Base, Suzanne Green, won the women’s overall title. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Brad Smith) RAF Mildenhall hosts USAFE Bowling Championships
The U.S. Air Forces in Europe Bowling Championships took place at the RAF Mildenhall Bowling Center on Sept. 24-26. Erik Phillips, from RAF Lakenheath won the overall men's title with a total pin fall of 3,690. Suzanne Green, from Spangdahlem Air Base, won the women's title with a pin fall of 3,105. Both individuals have earned a place in the Air
0 9/27
2007
Default Air Force Logo CFC set to kick off Monday
The Combined Federal Campaign - which, along with Air Force Assistance Fund, is one of the Air Force's two annual sanctioned fundraisers - kicks off Oct. 1 and runs through Nov. 30. "CFC is a great way for military members to donate to their favorite charity," said Capt. Del Rivera, 100th Operations Group and CFC community/area project officer for
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2007
Sir Eldon Griffiths, Orange County World Affairs Council president and the Center for International Business, Chapman University director, speaks at RAF Mildenhall's POW/MIA/Fallen Comrade luncheon Sept. 17, 2007. (U.S Air Force photo by Airman Brad Smith)                       Team Mildenhall closes out POW/MIA/Fallen Comrades Week
With the last name read and the playing of Retreat, Team Mildenhall solemnly closed out POW/MIA/Fallen Comrades Week. POW/MIA Week is nationally reserved for the remembrance of prisoners of war and missing in action personnel. But, this year Team Mildenhall not only paid tribute to prisoners of war and those listed as missing in action, but the
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2007
(U.S. Air Force graphic) Military fit, ready to instruct
All aerobic classes provided by both base fitness centers and the Health and Wellness Center will be taught by military instructors beginning Oct. 1. "Our goal is to have a seamless transition," said 1st Lt. Guy Meyer, 100th Services Squadron combat support flight chief. According to 100th SVS acting fitness director Troy Pardington, due to
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2007
A grand stage was set for the last refueling of the 21st Special Operations Squadron MH-53M Pave Low IV helicopters stationed at RAF Mildenhall, by the 67th Special Operations Squadron MC-130P Combat Shadow during the Pave Low's final flight, Sept. 13, 2007. The two loadmasters use hand signals to communicate with the helicopter pilots approaching to receive fuel.
(U.S. Air Force Photo by Tech. Sgt. Tracy L. DeMarco)
A grand stage: Airman shares impression of historical flight
Floating, dream-like, with the hum of jet turbine prop engines in my ears, I witnessed my first aerial refueling. The sun soaked the back of the aircraft carrying the audience and lit the grand stage brilliantly. The air was crisp to breathe and filled with the sound of the approaching "Devils". It was a show packed with its own orchestra and
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2007
Airmen wait in the passenger terminal at RAF Mildenhall prior to boarding an Air Mobility Command aircraft, set to transport them to various deployment locations Sept. 14, 2007. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Tracy L. DeMarco)
The big push - Airmen depart RAF Mildenhall for deployed locations
The largest group of Air Expeditionary Force responders this cycle - about 100 Team Mildenhall members - departed for various locations in Southwest Asia Friday. The passenger terminal was packed. Families cuddled in nearly every corner of the ground level. Supportive comments from commanders floated up to the ceiling while the sounds of children
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2007
Richard Christensen (32), coach for the 95th Reconnaissance Squadron runs pass Dustin Rice, 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron, in the second half of the outdoor intramural soccer game  at RAF Mildenhall, Sept. 19. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Brad Smith) Bowers seals game for 95th RS
Brian Bowers squeezed the ball home late in the second half to give the 95th Reconnaissance Squadron a narrow 3-2 win over the 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron in intramural outdoor soccer played in very blustery conditions at RAF Mildenhall, Sept. 19. Both teams found it hard to adapt to the strong wind and dry pitch making playing conditions
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2007
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