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Default Air Force Logo Valley intersections considered more dangerous than combat
Are you safer in Iraq and Afghanistan than in Phoenix? The number one threat to active duty military personnel is not actual combat, but driving on the roadways here in the area. Each year more Air Force people are killed in Phoenix intersection car accidents than are killed in combat operations. Phoenix has the dubious honor of being number one in
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2006
Default Air Force Logo 56th CES firefighters take heat
If a building catches fire or a jet crashes, the 56th Civil Engineering Squadron Fire Protection Flight at Luke will take the problem head on. Led by Fire Chief Anthony Rabonza, the flight has 74 fire department personnel made up of 21 civilians and 53 active duty of which eight are deployed. Each station has a particular mission. Fire station one,
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Sponsorship vital to incoming Fighter Country Airmen
You have just arrived at the airport after a long flight. After picking up your three bags of luggage, you search the airport for a familiar face to meet you. There's no one there. Has this ever happened to you? Would you want it to happen to anyone else? Luke Air Force Base can be challenging for people new to the Phoenix area due to its size, the
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Luke's canine unit brings safety, security to base
Animals are a part of everyday life. When it comes to security and safety in and around base, the military working dog plays an important role as a four-legged level of protection. The 56th Security Forces Squadron military working dog section at Luke has a number of canines assigned to the unit to include German shepherds and Belgian Malinois. The
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Croc hunter left memories at Luke
Australia is a long way from Luke, but memories are not affected by distance. When Steve "The Croc Hunter" Irwin came here in October 1999, with his wife Terri, and daughter, Bindi, to film a segment for The Crocodile Hunter Series, he left plenty of memories and laughs as well. His passing causes us to reflect on those memories. The sidewinder
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Verde Valley provides window to past
Now that the summer heat has begun to subside, many Luke members are ready for traveling and sightseeing in Arizona. For those who like adventure and want a taste of the Old West, Camp Verde is not too far from the Valley. Camp Verde, a small town on the Verde River, offers southwestern scenery, local American Indian history and a multitude of
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Stressful times affect family, relationships
Across the United States and in the Air Force community, during October, individuals and organizations focus on increasing public awareness about domestic violence. In the Luke community, we can make our own contribution toward ending domestic violence and nurturing emotionally healthy relationships. During stressful times we should reflect on how
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Wickenburg brings back Old West feeling
Driving west from Phoenix on state Route 60, about 40 miles out, visitors will start to see brown and white billboards with messages like, "Discover Historic Wickenburg, Where the West is Still Wild!" and, "Explore the Old West out Wickenburg way." This desert town capitalizes on its Old West ways with a common western-themed thread that runs
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2006
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