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Default Air Force Logo Luke recycling programs turn trash to cash
Luke Airmen can now turn in aluminum cans for instant cash. By collecting aluminum cans, Airmen can make money for personal use and base units can earn money for shop use. "Cash for Cans" is located in the parking lot on the west side of the library and is available for use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Collection receptacles for shop use are
0 11/07
2006
Default Air Force Logo Use of GTC comes with responsibility
Government travel cards are a convenience that servicemembers are required to use to complete their mission while traveling. The proper use of a GTC requires responsibility, and misuse can result in actions under the uniform code of military justice being brought against the offender. Use the following guidelines when traveling on official
0 11/07
2006
Thunderbolt of the Week, Airman 1st Class Jennifer Gitto, Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Thunderbolt of the Week: Airman 1st Class Jennifer Gitto
Airman 1st Class Jennifer Gitto Organization:  56th Dental Squadron, Dental Assistant JourneymanHometown: Harrodsburg, Ky. Years in service: Two years Inspirations: My mother Goals: Finish Community College of the Air Force degree as soon as possible Greatest feat: Tandem skydiving with Air Force and Army personnel Self-description: Laid back but
0 10/31
2006
Jacob McKibben Brown, employee at Popeye's in the base exchange food court, shows his award-winning work ethic that garnered him the 2006 Worldwide Outstanding Associate with a Disability Award. AAFES employee earns top associate honors
He may wear purple, but his heart belongs to the blue. Every work day for the past six years, Jacob McKibben Brown, Army and Air Force Exchange Service employee, has dressed in his bright purple "Popeye's" uniform shirt, reported to his job and worked to prove he's committed to providing exceptional service to the Thunderbolt community. Brown's
0 10/30
2006
Rusty Mitchell, Community Initiatives Team director, accepts the Best of the West Award in October 2005 at the Glendale Civic Center. Community Initiatives Team keeps Luke on map
Another steel-grey F-16 jet climbs high into the air. Another pilot is in training. The accompanying jet noise makes a loud, thundering sound. For many people, this is the sound of freedom. It is also a condition that Luke officials address every day. The jet sounds, coupled with increasing pressures of urban development, are issues that rank high
0 10/30
2006
From left:  Senior Airman Simpson Hill, Airman 1st Class Benny Gordon and Staff Sgt. James Tankersley, weapons loaders from the 56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, load a Joint Defense Area Munition onto an F-16 Tuesday. Luke pilots deliver first JDAM
The 61st Fighter Squadron made history last week by becoming the first 56th Fighter Wing squadron to drop a Guided Bomb Unit-31 Joint Defense Area Munition. The new JDAM delivery profile in the Barry M. Goldwater range was designed to better prepare our warfighters for combat. This event marks the culmination of several months of coordination by
0 10/30
2006
Colonel Jeffrey Swartz, 56th Dental Squadron commander, poses with local children outside Kesdam Military Hospital in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, during his Aerospace Expeditionary Force deployment. Banda Aceh was ground zero for the December 2004 Tsunami.  (Courtesy Photo) Dental commander deploys with mercy
Colonel Jeffrey Swartz, 56th Dental Squadron commander, appears relaxed and comfortable in his familiar surroundings at the Luke dental clinic. Just a few short weeks ago, however, his environment was much different. Col. Swartz recently returned from an Air Expeditionary Force deployment in the Philippines, Bangladesh, Indonesia and East Timor.
0 10/25
2006
Senior Airman James Mitchell and Airman 1st Class Quincy Leslie, weapons specialists with the 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, transfer BDU-33 practice bombs to another aircraft during routine flight operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Angela Clemens) Handle with care

0 10/24
2006
Default Air Force Logo AF: Airman's death ruled accidental
The Air Force released a report of investigation into the May 4, 2006, death of Senior Airman Abby J. Bilbrey, citing the cause of death as accidental. Airman Bilbrey was assigned to the 56th Communications Squadron at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., as an Airfield Systems Journeyman. She and Airman First Class Isaac Acosta, also assigned to the 56th
0 10/23
2006
Default Air Force Logo Money scams target Air Force members
An old saying claims if something appears too good to be true, it probably is. This saying is especially true when it applies to money. A new scam is hitting Air Force members and Arizonans that supposedly offers unsuspecting individuals money for nothing. The scam works two different ways. In the first way, individuals receive a letter in the mail
0 10/23
2006
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