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Default Air Force Logo Luke fire emergency services keep kids safe with gift
The 101 days of summer are in full swing and many Luke families are on the road driving to points all over the country. That time spent on the road can be dangerous. Wearing seat belts can make a difference in the severity of injuries sustained from a vehicle accident. Everyone is required by Arizona state law to wear a seat belt while riding in an
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Field of dreams coming to Fowler Park
Luke civil engineers have begun demolition work in Fowler Park to make room for a new youth sports baseball field. The removal of fences, backstops and lights prepares the field for contractors to begin constructing the new field. According to Mary Jo May, Luke's chief of community relations, the Arizona Diamondbacks approached the base in January
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Contest to pick Luke Days 2007 theme
Luke Days Air Show is planned for March 24 and 25, 2007, however the date is still dependent upon the U.S. Air Force Thunderbird performance schedule for 2007. In the meantime, members of the committee are spinning up their planning efforts for the 2007 air show. The committee is soliciting ideas for an air show theme and the public affairs office
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Turkey shoot tests TBolt teamwork
Eight Luke Fighter squadrons broke new ground when they competed in the 56th Fighter Wing Tactical Turkey Shoot June 30 at the Barry M. Goldwater range. Unlike ordinary turkey shoots where pilots drop practice bombs in a controlled environment at the range, the tactical turkey shoot forced pilots to rely on all their skills in order to fight into
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2006
Default Air Force Logo First 944th jet departs
The first of 17 F-16s from the 944th Fighter Wing departed Luke on Tuesday for Hill Air Force Base, Utah, where it will undergo Falcon Star, a life-extending set of upgrades. From there, aircraft 86-273 will make its home at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The 944th FW flightline was lined with members of the Reserve unit who came to witness a moment
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2006
Default Air Force Logo EOD teams train on latest tactics
A team of instructors spent a week here educating explosive ordnance disposal specialists from the wing, Phoenix Police Department, Maricopa County Sheriff's Department and the Arizona Army National Guard. A-T Solutions, Inc. provides anti-terrorism training based on real-time information about improvised explosive devices being used in Iraq. Many
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Membership benefits base, club members
What does a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich have in common with the base gym? Sure, eating the sandwich necessitates a workout, but if purchased at the Luke Collocated Club it also supports 56th Services Squadron. Profits from Luke's clubs support activities like the fitness center, library and community center and help feed the Luke Installation
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Upcoming RIF will have base-wide impact
The 944th Reserve Fighter Wing will soon lose both the 302nd Fighter Squadron and 944th Maintenance Group, said Air Force officials recently. The elimination of these organizations, along with 229 positions, will have a major impact to the 56th Fighter Wing here as the Civilian Personnel Office will initiate a required reduction-in-force. The
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2006
Default Air Force Logo AETC selects two Luke runners for marathon
Air Education and Training Command has selected two Luke runners to represent the base and command at this year's Air Force Marathon, scheduled to take place Sept. 16 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Master Sgt. Mary Simmons, 56th Medical Group patient advocate, and Tech. Sgt. Philip Cushman Jr., 56th Communications Squadron NCO in charge
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2006
Default Air Force Logo New processes, procedures coming to AF computers
The Air Force is taking a number of steps to standardize and protect base network operation environments. Two of the major initiatives are the public key infrastructure and the standard desktop configuration. PKI concentrates on enhancing information assurance and supporting cryptographic functions. This initiative is divided in two phases. Phase
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2006
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