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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
Default Air Force Logo Luke 1 pins on BG rank
The commander of the 56th Fighter Wing assumed the rank of brigadier general July 28 during a ceremony at Luke's Collocated Club. Numerous family members, local and state officials, and Luke supporters were in attendance as retired Lt. Gen. Richard Bethurem presided over the event for Col. Tom Jones. "This is a great day for the West Valley, Luke
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Report reveals water good at Luke
Under the Consumer Confidence Reporting Rule of the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act, community water systems are required to report water quality information to the consuming public. The report presents information on the source of Luke's water, its constituents and the health risks associated with any contaminants. Sources of drinking water (both
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Heat, moisture bring mosquitoes, disease
It is that time of year when the weather is warm and outdoor activities are abundant. Soon, the mosquitoes will begin to come out. With them comes the risk of mosquito-transmitted diseases. As with most diseases, prevention is your best bet. Decreasing the number of mosquitoes and taking measures to prevent mosquito bites will reduce your risk of
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Two airmen convicted for DUI
The 56th Fighter Wing Staff Judge Advocate Office successfully prosecuted two Airmen for driving under the influence recently. An airman first class from the 756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron pled guilty June 21 in a summary court-martial to driving under the influence. The Airman was arrested by civilian police the morning of March 20 after
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Dbacks host military appreciation day
Hundreds of Thunderbolts let the Arizona Diamondbacks take them out to a ball game July 23 as part of the park's "Military Appreciation Day." Events included a chance for families to meet with Diamondback player Tony Clark, a ceremony announcing the construction of a youth ball field at Luke, free camouflage hats and military involvement in
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2006
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