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Installation entry control officer, Don Tirpak, checks an identification card at the South Gate Monday. On Oct. 1, the contract with USProtect, the former security contractor ended, and the guards are now civil service employees. Majority of the new Defense Department guards are wearing the desert camouflage uniform as officials wait for their new uniforms, patches and badges. (photo by 2nd Lt. Bryan Bouchard) New look for familiar faces
The guards at the gate took on a new look Monday when they began wearing the desert camouflage uniform without name, rank, or patches instead of their blue USProtect uniform. The guards recently went through more than just a uniform change. USProtect's contract ended and a new Defense Department civilian contract took its place. Luke was one of
0 10/04
2007
Default Air Force Logo 56th FW closes books on FY 2007 sortie schedule
The 56th Fighter Wing closed out fiscal 2007 by flying 38,959.7 hours. In the packed, 12-month period with more than 29,038 sorties flown for FY 2007, the 56th Fighter Wing kept its mission going by training the world's greatest F-16 pilots and maintainers while deploying mission ready warfighters. "Flying more than 38,000 flying hours is a
0 10/04
2007
Default Air Force Logo Domestic violence shatters lives
During the month of October, organizations and individuals are focusing on domestic violence awareness and prevention; and Luke is no exception. An information booth is at the base exchange today to increase awareness of the impact of domestic violence. In addition, until Tuesday, Silent Witness displays depicting Arizona's domestic violence
0 10/04
2007
Clara Baez, Luke post office sales associate, stamps a letter with the Air Force 60th anniversary logo. The postmark will be available at the base post office until Oct. 18. (photo by Airman 1st Class C.J. Hatch) 60th Anniversary postmark now stamping

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2007
Maj. Gen. Mark Welsh, AETC vice commander, is briefed by Jerry Hudson, 56th Services Squadron deputy commander, on facility upgrades and planned construction projects. General Welsh toured Luke during a site visit Sept. 20 through 23. (photo by Airman 1st Class David Bulkley) AETC No. 2 visits Luke

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2007
The 56th Range Management Office archaeologist, Ms. Carol Heathington, made an important historical discovery this month in a remote area of the Barry M. Goldwater Range. The bowl fragment is a Lower Colorado Buffware, which was produced along the Colorado River, along the lower Gila River, and in the deserts of western Arizona and southern California. Lower Colorado Buffwares were made over a long period beginning around A.D. 850, and this type of pottery continued to be made by native people in the area, during this historic period. (photo by Teresa Walker) Archaeological discovery

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2007
FROM LEFT: Graduating today from the 308th Fighter Squadron are 1st Lts. Brent Ellis, Jevon Yeretzian, Kevin Danaher, Garrett Dover, Capts. Matt Hepp, Mike Clapper, 1st Lt. Max Cover, Capt. Jesse Doyle, 1st Lts. Alex Reich, Dan Alix, Chris Vella, Capt. Mike Gosma and 1st Lt. Chris Stepanek. (photo by Senior Airman Christopher Hummel) 308th FS graduates 13 pilots in class 07-EBG
Today, the 308th Fighter Squadron graduates Class 07-EBG, adding thirteen new F-16 pilots to our Air Force. Their graduation ceremony is a culmination of nine months of training in the world's greatest fighter. It's not only a major milestone in the lives of these young aviators, but also a milestone for Luke as well. Class 07-EBG is the last F-16
0 9/28
2007
It's My Base Save energy, save Luke’s dollars
As the weather heated up in Phoenix this summer, a conversation topic in some offices was discussing electric bills at home. If you think you were getting a bad deal, how would you like to get stuck with a multimillion-dollar electric bill? Luke pays around $4 million for electricity every year. Energy conservation should be on everyone's mind at
0 9/28
2007
Default Air Force Logo CFC benefits Luke families
As the Combined Federal Campaign trucks along at Luke, one of three charities which are here at the base, is the Airman and Family and Readiness Flight's loan closet. This program allows active military, retirees and civilian members to borrow an assortment of household items needed to establish temporary quarters when the member's goods are en
0 9/28
2007
Senior Airman Miranda Kelewood, 56th Fighter Wing Judge Advocate paralegal, grabbed $916 worth of merchandise during a three-minute shopping spree Monday at the base commissary. Airman Kelewood received the spree for being the 56th FW airman of the quarter, second quarter, 2007. (Photo by Airman 1st Class David Bulkley) Grabbin' the goods

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2007
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