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Rose St. John, 100th Services Squadron Gateway Dining Facility first cook, and Ministry of Defence employee, prepares teriyaki sauce Tuesday for the lunchtime special of teriyaki chicken. (U.S. Air Force photo by Karen Abeyasekere) Gateway dining facility prepped and ready to compete as finalists in the 2007 Hennessy Trophy awards
The dining facility staff works hard, and it has paid off. Beginning Monday, a team will be rating them as finalists in the 2007 Hennessy Trophy awards. The facility has already been chosen as the best in U.S. Air Forces in Europe. So, don't dare call it a chow hall. That's the philosophy of Staff Sgt. Andres Chaves, a shift leader at RAF
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From left, Staff Sgt. Robert Burton, 352nd Maintenance Squadron guidance and control technician, Tech. Sgt. Heath Marinello, 352nd MXS Isochronal floor chief, and Senior Airman Dylan Goldwire, 352nd MXS isochronal inspection technician, operate aircraft jacks during a full-aircraft jack at RAF Mildenhall. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Dennis Brewer) 352nd MXS maintainers Lean forward to keep MC-130 fleet in top shape
Airmen in the 352nd Maintenance Squadron are inspecting and returning aircraft to the war fighter 20 days faster than they were last summer. Thanks to the 'Lean Flow' management program that was implemented about nine months ago, the average time operators take to complete an isochronal inspection is 32 days rather than 52, and they're working on
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Default Air Force Logo Who is the biggest loser?
While being known as "the biggest loser" may not sound like a compliment, for 156 people who've signed up for the 100th Services Squadron's "Biggest Loser" contest, it's a title to fight for. The weight-loss competition, which began Dec. 1 and runs until March 2, provides an incentive and challenge for those who may not otherwise give themselves
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Bob Burnes, a senior airman and helicopter crew chief in the 352nd Maintenance Squadron support section at RAF Mildenhall, is the only American riding in mountain-X competitions around the United Kingdom, and was ranked fourth in the UK in 2006. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. John Van Pelt). 352nd MXS crew chief competes in mountain-X challenges
Hearts pound in the riders' chests and all eyes are on the starting lights as they flash first red, then yellow then green. The gate hisses as it raises into the starting position, to the sound of, "Riders ready ... watch the gate." Beep ... beep ... beeeeep! Crashing down, the gate drops sharply like a drawbridge, signaling the race has begun. In
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Default Air Force Logo Celebrating Black History Month
February is Black History Month and African-American History Month and events are planned to raise awareness of both. Black History Month is one of the seven federally-mandated events held every year, and African-American History Month started in 1926 as a way of celebrating black history, said Capt. Michael Epper, 100th Air Refueling Wing Military
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Tech. Sgt. Gregory James, 423rd Civil Engineer Squadron, RAF Alconbury, gives a goodbye hug to sons Dalen, 10, and Tamner, 7, at the passenger terminal Tuesday, before leaving on a deployment to Southwest Asia. (U.S. Air Force photo by Karen Abeyasekere) More than 350 Airmen depart RAF Mildenhall for Southwest Asia
More than 350 Airmen from across the Air Force, including about 80 from RAF Mildenhall, deployed Jan. 23 as part of Air and Space Expeditionary Force 5 and 6. There are already more than 400 Airmen from RAF Mildenhall deployed to different locations in support of the war on terrorism, said Capt. Rashaan Smith of the 100th Logistics Readiness
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Gen. Henry H. Arnold. (U.S. Air Force photo) Application deadline for 2007-2008 AFAS General Henry H. Arnold Education Grant Program is March 9
Since its inception in 1942, the Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) has been committed to helping Air Force members and their families realize their academic goals. In recent years, the Society's emphasis has been on direct funding of new initiatives that provide greater value to Air Force families. The centerpiece of the Society's education initiatives
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Default Air Force Logo Annual Military Marriage Conference slated March 2 to 4
Couples from across England will gather at the Crowne Plaza Cambridge March 2 to 4 for a Romance and Reintegration Military Marriage Conference. In the past, couples have attended from every Air Force base in the U.K. This annual Military Marriage Conference is sponsored by the RAFs Mildenhall and Lakenheath chapel communities. The chapels help
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Command Chief Master Sgt. Mike Warner discusses Airmen, readiness and taking care of families during an interview at the 100th Air Refeuling Wing Headquarters Jan. 16, 2007. Command Chief shares insight, perspectives
The Marauder staff sat down Wednesday with new Command Chief Master Sgt. Mike Warner, 100th Air Refueling Wing, to discuss the Air Force, today's Airmen and his personal philosophies. The following is a transcript of the interview.Marauder: As the new command chief here, what are your top priorities? Chief Warner: My priorities are to focus and
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Default Air Force Logo 100th ARW Public Affairs office merges with 100th CS Multimedia
The Air Force is changing the way it communicates with its Airmen and the rest of the world by merging base multimedia and public affairs shops. The service-wide merger will allow the Air Force to communicate better and is scheduled to become effective Oct. 1, though the offices here have already made the move. "I think it will benefit the Air
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