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Default Air Force Logo 134 staff sergeants selected for promotion to technical sergeant
Congratulations are in order for the following RAF Mildenhall personnel who have been selected for promotion to the rank of technical sergeant. Barry Frazier Takiyah Reid Allen Horne Corey Welch Annie Fernandez Kathryn Perry Andres Chaves Fedrick McBride Leon Allen Benjamin Barnhardt Melissa Cerda Jason Grenn Scott Rustenhaven Luis Galarza Michael
0 6/14
2007
Default Air Force Logo 90 technical sergeants selected for promotion to master sergeant
Congratulations are in order for the following RAF Mildenhall personnel who have been selected for promotion to the rank of master sergeant. Chad Gallant Patrick Connor Henry Steward Maurice Milstead Brian Richards Ronald Baylark Richard Bice David Delozier Molly Denham Jack George Tracy DeMarco Sarrah Hall Ronda Betterton Christopher Dixon Matthew
0 6/14
2007
Ian Bowers, a Ministry of Defence employee working for the Gateway Dining facility, uses a forklift to unload coffee from a tractor trailer. The 32 pallets of coffee, totaling 193,080 packets (good for 2 liters of brewed coffee each) with a retail value of $302,978.22, was donated to the base by the San Francisco-based Rogers Family Coffee Company.
Coffee donation perks up Air Force mission
A wide variety of companies make donations to the Air Force every year. But May 23, the 100th Services Squadron received its largest donation to date when a coffee company provided 32 pallets of coffee, with a retail value of more than $300,000. San Francisco Bay based Rogers Family Coffee Company, which has a division located in the United
0 6/13
2007
Default Air Force Logo Public Perception Highlights from recent survey released
A 1,200 person phone survey was accomplished asking specific questions to determine the Air Force's public perception. The survey results indicate that the public perception of the Air Force is positive. The Air Force was viewed ahead of the other services (11% above any other) when participants were asked which service will be most important in
0 6/11
2007
Airman 1st Class Patrick Dantzic, 332nd Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, provides security for a C-130 Aircraft transiting to Balad Air Base, Iraq as Senior Airman Gerald Mares, flyaway security team leader, provides over watch.  Airman Dantzic, a flyaway security team member, stood tall among his peers after scoring 96 percent in his career developmental course’s end-of-course test despite the hostility of his environment.  Airmen Dantzic and Mares are security forces members assigned to the 332nd ESFS, and they are deployed from Royal Air Force Mildenhall, United Kingdom.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Olufemi A. Owolabi) Airmen improve CDC test scores at Balad despite hostile environment
Anyone would think deploying Airmen to a hostile environment under the blistering 120-degree heat and indirect fire from insurgents and terrorists would make them lackadaisical in their academic prowess and performance. Those people need to think twice. Recently, Airmen assigned to the 332nd Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron here proved this
0 6/11
2007
Default Air Force Logo As one gate closes, another opens
Beginning June 8, Lincoln Road gate (running in front of the Bird in Hand pub) will open as an exit only and St. John's Gate, Gate 16, will be closed. Additionally, the Lincoln Road exit will be open to pedestrians (base ID cardholders only) entering and exiting the base. This gate will be open 24 hours, seven days a week. The current Shippea Hill
0 6/06
2007
Default Air Force Logo Team Mildenhall's February Articles 15 punishment report
Article 15 of the UCMJ provides commanders with a prompt and essential means of maintaining good order and discipline and promoting positive behavior changes without the stigma of a court-martial conviction. Article 15 authorizes nonjudicial punishment, which is a disciplinary measure more serious than administrative corrective measures, but less
0 6/05
2007
Airman 1st Class Brandon Gordon processes bar codes into a handheld tracking pad at the RAF Mildenhall post office May 31. The handheld tracking pad is part of a new process called the A2B tracking system which the post office started May 24. (U.S Air Force photo by Airman Brad Smith)                                  New mail tracking system to simplify postal procedures
The RAF Mildenhall Post Office has recently established a new system called "A2B" which tracks boxed mail. The new process will allow the post office staff to track the exact time someone's mail was received at the post office and delivered to the recipient. The A2B system consists of printed bar codes, which are placed on shipped boxes that are
0 6/04
2007
Tech. Sgt Parks, stationed in Heidelberg, Germany, salutes while the British and American national anthems play as part of the annual Memorial Day ceremony at Madingley Cemetery, in Cambridge, England, May 28, 2007. This year's ceremony was held in the worst Memorial Day weather in 17 years.
(Air Force photo by: Tech. Sgt. Tracy L. DeMarco) Braving the elements to honor heroes
More than 1,000 British, American, and other foreign citizens braved cold, windy and wet conditions May 28 to attend the annual Memorial Day ceremony at Madingley American Cemetery in Cambridge. Maj. Andrew W. Holmberg, 100th Operations Group chief of training, was this year's project officer, and he coordinated all aspects of the preparation -
0 6/04
2007
Master Sgt. Lorin Ladson, 100th Maintenance Squadron, invites Master Sgt. Michael Lioce, 100th Communication Squadron, to attend the next RAF Mildenhall POW/MIA Committee meeting, scheduled for June 6 at the Galaxy Club upstairs in the Enlisted Lounge at 3 p.m. The committee plans and coordinates remembrance activities for POW/MIA week and membership is open to enlisted airmen, noncommissioned officers, officers, federal employees and family members. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Dennis Brewer) Volunteer to remember the fallen, the forgotten
Each year the RAF Mildenhall prisoners of war and missing in action committee plans and coordinates the POW/MIA Remembrance Week culminating with the National observance to be held September 27. The committee is looking for volunteers to join them and help plan this year's events. Membership in the organization is free and encouraged for all active
0 5/31
2007
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