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Tony Clark, Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman, met with 100 family members of deployed Airmen prior to the Military Appreciation Day game Sunday at Chase Field. Family members visited with Clark for about an hour and each received a Tony Clark most valuable player T-shirt. (Photo by Senior Airman Christopher Hummel) Sittin' with a slugger

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Lieutenant Col. Rick Denman, 56th Contracting Squadron commander, presents the contracting senior NCOprofessional of the year award to Master Sgt. Todd Tetrault, 56th CONS superintendent, at the 2006 Logistics Professionals banquet May 4. The winners will be published in the May 18 issue of the Thunderbolt. (Photo by Staff Sgt. David Miller) Getting the gold

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From left: 1st Lt. Imie Mark, 56th Maintenance Group executive officer; wife, Amy; daughter, Mary Kate, 3; and Brig. Gen. Tom Jones, 56th Fighter Wing commander,
participate in a ground breaking ceremony May 3 on a $49 million residential project to provide new military family housing on Luke. General Jones also drove the claw of
an excavator through the roof of one of the older homes being demolished. A contract calls for GMH Military Housing to develop and oversee all existing and new
family housing at Luke for the next 50 years. (Photo by Master Sgt. William Gomez) New era

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Thunderbolt of the Week:  Staff Sgt. Allen Gould Thunderbolt of the Week: Staff Sgt. Allen Gould
Staff Sgt. Allen Gould, Detachment 12, 372nd Training Squadron,Military Training Flight chief Hometown: Glen Ellyn, Ill. Years in service: 10 Education: Pursuing a Community College of the Air Force degree Previous assignments: Kadena Air Base, Japan; Hill Air Force Base, Utah Inspirations: My wife Goals: To make technical sergeant this year and
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Default Air Force Logo Family advocacy helps parents understand stress
Luke's Family Advocacy Outreach Program helps parents learn skills to cope with the stresses of parenthood. Classes offered are New Parent Support, Dads 101 and 1-2-3 Parent Magic, according to Frank Pavone, 56th Fighter Wing Medical Operations Squadron Family Advocacy Program manager. Education about shaken baby syndrome is key to good parenting
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LEFT TO RIGHT:  Command ChiefMaster Sgt. Scott Dearduff, Brig. Gen. Robin Rand, 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing commander, Col. Patrick Malickowski, 438th
Air Expedtionary Group commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Bryce Maxson, 438th AEG group superintendent deployed from Luke, pose in front of the 438th AEG’s
recently painted legacy mural at Al Asad. (Courtesy photo) Luke Chief on hand for Tuskegee commander's visit to Al Asad, Iraq
AL ASAD AIR BASE, Iraq -- "For a brand new Air Expeditionary Group, from when you stood up in January until now, you've accomplished your mission in the proud and professional manner that is your legacy as Tuskegee Airmen," said Brig. Gen. Robin Rand, commander of the famed 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing headquartered at Balad Air Base, Iraq, and
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Christian “Champ” Simmons, 7, and brother Jake “The Snake,” 6, watch from the control tower an F-16 launch during part of the Pilot for a Day program. Champ visited the 62nd Fighter Squadron and became the youngest member of the
56th Fighter Wing May 4. (Staff Sgt David Miller) Pilot for day gets eyeful, earful
A 7-year-old boy became pilot for a day May 4 when he visited the 62nd Fighter Squadron, and was put through the rigors of a full day of pilot training. Christian "Champ" Simmons is being treated at Phoenix Children's Hospital for leukemia.  He was selected to participate in the Pilot-For-a-Day program at Luke. Champ arrived with his mother and
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Corey Hulse, United Service Organizations western region logistics and maintenance manager, explains to Capt. Jonathan Leatherwood and 1st Lt. Evan Schonour, 309th Fighter Squadron pilots, the importance of a mobile USO center and the effect it has on Airmen moral. Designed to be a USO center on wheels, these vehicles provide signature USO services to military members where traditional “brick and mortar” facilities do not exist. Their ability to move about the country allows communities and organizations the opportunity to come together at events and show their support for our men and women in uniform. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
Mobile USO

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Jay Parker, Veterans Affairs athletic volunteer, guides Master Sgt. Randell Voy, 308th Aircraft Maintenance Unit Weapons Flight chief, Buddy Hayes and her service dog, Ellie, to a bus waiting to take them to Snowmass Village, Colo., March 31. Six Airmen from Luke volunteered to help at the 21st National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic. The clinic promotes rehabilitation by instructing veterans with disabilities in adaptive Alpine and Nordic skiing and introducing them to a number of other adaptive recreational activities and sports. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
VA athletes arrive

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Col. David Orr, 56th Fighter Wing vice commander, judges the Sexual Assault Awareness Month Stand In Their Shoes contest. The winner of the individual contest, Jeanne Schmidt, 56th Mission Support Squadron, submitted a “Victim No More” hot pink high top. The group winner was the First Sergeants Council. (Master Sgt. William Gomez) Victim no more

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