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Default Air Force Logo Luke fuels team named best in Air Force
For over ten years the fuels flight has placed among the top fuels units in the Air Education and Training Command. This year they finally got to bring home the gold. To add to their achievement, they didn't stop at "best in AETC." They went on to be named "Best fuels management flight in the Air Force." The fuels management flight is responsible
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Luke BX poised to decrease theft
"Everywhere, all the time," is the motto of the Luke's Army and Air Force Exchange Service loss prevention team. Despite their efforts, shoplifting at the base exchange increased in 2005 by 26 percent to 108 incidents. While encouraged by the team's ability to prevent the loss of nearly $5,200 in merchandise last year, AAFES leadership is working
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2006
Default Air Force Logo DOD networks migrating to smart card logon process to improve security
The Air Force is moving from using passwords to logon to unclassified networks to using a "smart card" and a personal identification number. No specific implementation date has been determined at Luke, subject to appropriate discussions with the union. However, when implemented, the primary method for logging on to a standard unclassified Air Force
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Honor guard deemed Air Force best
Luke is home to the best honor guard in the service, the Air Force announced May 24. Each year, the Air Force large-base services units compete for the Gen. Curtis E. LeMay award. During this time, trophies are also given to recognize excellence in 19 individual categories and 21 services programs. "It is a real honor to have such dedicated Airmen
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2006
Default Air Force Logo DoD sponsors new house-hunting tool
Whether preparing for a permanent change of station move or just moving across town, it can be difficult to find good housing. This age-old challenge now has a new solution as the Luke Housing Office implements a new Internet-based housing referral system. AHRN.com, which stands for automated housing referral network, is a Department of Defense
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2006
Default Air Force Logo ACE Camp students visit Luke
More than 25 children and their parents visited Luke for a chance to participate in the second annual Aviation Career Education Camp June 2. ACE Camp, created by the Organization of Black Airline Pilots and the Tuskegee Airman, is designed for youth age 11 to 18. According to Tech. Sergeant Michael Williams, 56th Training Squadron Information
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Air Force locks down personal computers
To combat the constant threat of hacker and virus attacks threatening military critical information and computer systems, the Air Force is implementing a standard configuration on every Windows-based desktop and laptop computer this calendar year. The primary goal is personal computer and network security, but the configuration also ensures
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Luke community initiatives team wins 2006 Desert Peaks Award
The 56th Fighter Wing Community Initiatives Team will be honored Wednesday by the Maricopa Association of Government as the recipient of the 2006 Desert Peak Award for Public Partnership. The Desert Peaks Awards were initiated by MAG to recognize individuals and partnerships that have demonstrated a commitment to regionalism through their
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Luke clinic starts computerizing records
Everything these days seems to be going electronic. Bank financial records are computerized, automobile maintenance history is electronically available at the dealer's service department and tax returns are filed and stored electronically. Yet, the military health system's medical records are still a hodge-podge of paper forms and reports in
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Base members test skills during exercise
The 56th Fighter Wing participated in a week-long readiness exercise, which began at 5 a.m. Monday with a base-wide recall. Once per quarter, the 56th Fighter Wing Inspector General office plans, conducts and evaluates a week-long readiness exercise for Luke to test the ability of base members to survive and operate in both a local training
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2006
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