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Default Air Force Logo Healthy household habits can reduce water pollution
Do you know what is going down your storm drain? During rainstorms, car washes, pressure washings, and other watering activities, chemicals and other pollutants in driveways, streets and lawns flow untreated into the storm drain system and eventually into rivers, streams, lakes and groundwater. One household may produce minimal amounts of
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2006
Default Air Force Logo ID theft serious threat to military members
When many of us think of theft, we imagine ski masks and armed gunmen. Unfortunately, there is another group of thieves armed with pre-approved credit cards or social security cards that can do much more damage. Identity thieves steal personal information and use it to wreak havoc. These thieves can obtain credit cards or cellular phone service and
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Practice produces perfect public proclamations
One of the top five phobias for the average American is public speaking or glossophobia. The fear is not actually of public speaking, but of doing or saying something which may cause embarrassment. "Even the most seasoned speaker gets a little choked up and nervous at the prospect of speaking in front of a large group," said Staff Sgt. Blake
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Base wood skills shops help Airmen split cost
It's just another chip off the old block as a woodworker steadily pulls down on a lever of the hollow chisel mortise. James Nowicki, 56th Services Squadron Wood Skills Shop wood crafter, is using the machine to make square holes for a table he is helping a customer build from a hand-drawn design. Despite the lack of air conditioning, the abundance
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Feeding the spirit soul food
In the summer of 2003, Luke Thunderbolts began a different kind of maintenance on the flightline, a spiritual maintenance. The Spiritual Maintenance Center chapel was created by Chaplain (Maj.) George Youstra, a former 56th Fighter Wing chaplain and retired Chief Master Sgt. Michael Kriely, when they saw a need for a ministerial outreach to the
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2006
Default Air Force Logo DUI can cause quick end to career, life
People join the military for many reasons: education, adventure, patriotism, travel or a steady paycheck. Regardless of a person's reason for entering the military, there's one thing members have in common -- they all want to go as far as possible in their career, and no one wants their career or their life to come to a sudden end. Driving under
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Total force integration alive, well at 107th ACS
Approximately 30 miles from Luke Air Force Base is an example of the Total Force Integration concept. The 107th Air Control Squadron is an Air National Guard unit located in Phoenix on the Papago Park Military Reservation. The 107th unit has a unique mission and a "blended" group of military professionals that perform its mission, according to Lt.
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Security guards provide Luke's first line of defense
Who has the most visible job at Luke? Hint: it's not the wing commander, command chief, or any group or squadron commander. Instead, it is the security officer, charged with installation protection, who serves as nearly every person's first point of contact upon entering the base. The civilian security officers, employed by the Maryland-based
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Getting to destination safe better than not at all
Not long after newcomers arrive in the Phoenix area, they may notice how fast the drivers travel on roads here. Over time this can cause people to react in different ways, either becoming staunch advocates of good driving habits or eventual acceptance and adoption of bad driving practices. Becoming one who adopts bad driving practices just makes
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Start of school brings focus on child safety
As the end of summer approaches and a new school year begins, the 56th Fighter Wing Safety Office asks students and parents to stop and reflect on safety concerns associated with going back to school. According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data, school bus related crashes kill more than 100 students per year and
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2006
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