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Default Air Force Logo 101 Critical Days of Summer about to begin
The 101 Critical Days of Summer, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, are a great time of year in Thunderbolt country.  Personal Responsibility - Personal Safety is this year's theme. Every Airman needs to take time to evaluate the importance of safety precautions for themselves and others. Our pools are ready for swimming; we work to keep our yards in
0 5/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Warrior Weekly
The ability to stop an aircraft in trouble when landing is paramount to the safety of Luke's pilots and Airmen.  The 56th Civil Engineer Squadron power production shop maintains the aircraft arrest system or barrier. The barrier is a thick cable with rubber donut-looking pieces to hold the cable off the ground. The cable is attached to a six-inch
0 5/22
2007
The 61st Fighter Squadron “Top Dogs” will graduate 13 students Saturday from class 07-ABC. They are from left: 1st Lts. Scott Butler, Chris Wells, Mark Hickie, Capt.
Mike Anderson, 1st Lts. Charlie Scharmann, Ben Walker, Monessa Catuncan, Ryan Thulin and Beau Provost, 2nd Lt. Jeremy Doohen, 1st Lts. Adam Hafez, Jason Wall and Dustin McCauley. Lucky number 13 graduate from class 07-ABC
Saturday, thirteen of the U.S. Air Forces' newest Viper pilots will culminate seven months of demanding training and receive their graduation certificates. Class 07-ABC from the 61st Fighter Squadron "Top Dogs" will join the ranks of a select group of aviators fortunate enough to fly the F-16. They did not achieve this goal on their own; it
0 5/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Phoenix military and veterans hospitality room now open
Sky Harbor Airport now has a place for traveling veterans to relax.  Last October, the volunteer hosts at the Phoenix Military and Veterans Hospitality Room greeted their first guest. Since its opening, the hospitality room, located in Terminal 2, has provided comfort to more than 1,500 traveling veterans and family members. "Sky Harbor does not
0 5/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Mosquito Surveillance program buzzes around Luke
West Nile Virus and other mosquitoborne diseases that can lead to serious illness or death can be a concern this time of year. However, positive steps are taken each year at Luke to prevent mosquito infestations that could lead to infections. Maj. Gabrielle Childs, 56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Public Health Flight commander, encourages all
0 5/18
2007
Tony Clark, Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman, met with 100 family members of deployed Airmen prior to the Military Appreciation Day game Sunday at Chase Field. Family members visited with Clark for about an hour and each received a Tony Clark most valuable player T-shirt. (Photo by Senior Airman Christopher Hummel) Sittin' with a slugger

0 5/11
2007
Lieutenant Col. Rick Denman, 56th Contracting Squadron commander, presents the contracting senior NCOprofessional of the year award to Master Sgt. Todd Tetrault, 56th CONS superintendent, at the 2006 Logistics Professionals banquet May 4. The winners will be published in the May 18 issue of the Thunderbolt. (Photo by Staff Sgt. David Miller) Getting the gold

0 5/11
2007
From left: 1st Lt. Imie Mark, 56th Maintenance Group executive officer; wife, Amy; daughter, Mary Kate, 3; and Brig. Gen. Tom Jones, 56th Fighter Wing commander,
participate in a ground breaking ceremony May 3 on a $49 million residential project to provide new military family housing on Luke. General Jones also drove the claw of
an excavator through the roof of one of the older homes being demolished. A contract calls for GMH Military Housing to develop and oversee all existing and new
family housing at Luke for the next 50 years. (Photo by Master Sgt. William Gomez) New era

0 5/11
2007
Thunderbolt of the Week:  Staff Sgt. Allen Gould Thunderbolt of the Week: Staff Sgt. Allen Gould
Staff Sgt. Allen Gould, Detachment 12, 372nd Training Squadron,Military Training Flight chief Hometown: Glen Ellyn, Ill. Years in service: 10 Education: Pursuing a Community College of the Air Force degree Previous assignments: Kadena Air Base, Japan; Hill Air Force Base, Utah Inspirations: My wife Goals: To make technical sergeant this year and
0 5/11
2007
Default Air Force Logo Family advocacy helps parents understand stress
Luke's Family Advocacy Outreach Program helps parents learn skills to cope with the stresses of parenthood. Classes offered are New Parent Support, Dads 101 and 1-2-3 Parent Magic, according to Frank Pavone, 56th Fighter Wing Medical Operations Squadron Family Advocacy Program manager. Education about shaken baby syndrome is key to good parenting
0 5/11
2007
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