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Default Air Force Logo 101 Critical Days draw to a close
The 101 Critical Days of Summer have ended, and while not completely unscathed, Thunderbolts can look back on a relatively safe summer, and look forward to making the rest of 2007 safe as well. The campaign was strong this year, but Luke still suffered tragedies as a result of summertime activities, according to Tech. Sgt. Michael Marshall of the
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Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Spradley, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron AFSA recognizes Luke Airmen
Receiving the Air Force Sergeants Association Airman of the Year recognition is a benchmark in any Airman's career, and two Thunderbolts were honored for their accomplishments. Staff Sgt. Jesus Canales, 56th Services Squadron Honor Guard NCO in-charge, and Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Spradley, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal
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Retired Chief Master Sgt. Eileen Berning retired in 2005 after serving 29 years in the Air Force. (photo by Senior Airman Tong Duong) HERITAGE TO HORIZONS: High school graduate gives AF a try for 29 years
The sea of blue uniforms drifting along the long winding San Antonio River Walk caught the attention of a high school student on summer vacation. She continued to think about it until June 4, 1976, when she decided to give the Air Force a try. A year after graduating high school and still undecided on her future, Eileen Berning remembered how cool
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Default Air Force Logo Mentors: trusted counselors provide wisdom, insight
What is a trusted counselor or guide? It's a mentor, as defined in the Air Force Pamphlet 36-2241, Professional Development Guide. Usually the immediate supervisor is designated as the primary mentor for subordinates. Does this mean no one else can mentor subordinates? Absolutely not; even though, immediate supervisors are frequently assigned as
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Thirteen spouses gathered at the Airman and Family Readiness Flight Aug. 29 for
Heartlink — an orientation program designed to increase spouses’ understanding about the Air Force and their role as an Air Force spouse. The next Heartlink is Oct. 24. To register, call the Airman and Family Readiness Flight at (623) 856-6550. (Photo by Senior Airman Christopher Hummel) Heartlink: helping spouses understand their vital role
Thirteen Luke spouses gathered at the Airman and Family Readiness Flight Aug. 29 to learn about the Air Force and understand why they are considered the "heart" of the Air Force family. "We are pleased this Heartlink was such a success," said Terry Jarrell, 56th Mission Support Squadron work/life consultant. "The goal of the program is to
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Default Air Force Logo Heritage To Horizons: Retiree Reflects on three decades of service
In 1971, Richard Nixon was president and Jack Williams was governor of Arizona. Hawaii Five-O and the Mod Squad topped the Nielsen ratings; Dirty Harry and Summer of '42 were box office smashes and Neil Diamond and Three Dog Night topped the music charts. More than that, a young college student joined the Air Force that year for a four year stint
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Default Air Force Logo Heritage To Horizons: Retired chief won't slow down
Nearly 50 years ago during the dark days of the Cold War, a young man decided to join the Air Force and started a military journey that lasted three decades in active-duty and many more years as a volunteer and civil service worker. Retired Chief Master Sgt. Geno Piccoli joined the Air Force in 1958 and retired in 1988. He recalled that he chose
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Airman 1st Class Joshua Pearce, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, takes a break during the ability to survive and operate training Aug. 13 to get a drink from his canteen.  Airman Pearce's gas mask is fitted with a special tube that allows Airmen to safely drink water from their canteens even in a chemical environment.  The base-wide exercise was to prepare Thunderbolts for deployment readiness.  (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Jeffrey Wolfe) 'MOPP'ing around

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Default Air Force Logo It's My Base campaign to instill pride in Luke
As I look around the installation, I am incredibly proud of the men and women who accomplish our mission of training the world's greatest fighter pilots and maintainers while deploying mission ready warfighters. This mission couldn't be accomplished without your professionalism, commitment and pride. Pride comes in many forms -- such as the way we
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Base contract construction members lower a section of the bridge Aug. 9 to the Litchfield Road overpass that will link the east and west sides of the base. The project extends the closure of Litchfield Road until Sept. 2. The overpass is expected to be completed by mid-January 2008.  (Photo by Airman 1st Class David Bulkley) Bridgin' the gap

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