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Cybersecurity Awareness Month Cybersecurity: Are you safe?
October is Cybersecurity awareness month when Airmen need to refresh themselves on safety tips for keeping their personal and work information safe."Cybersecurity awareness month is about getting the word out to Airmen making them aware of what they are putting out there," said Staff Sgt. Kevin Scheel, 56th Communications Squadron cybersecurity
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2015
Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James Cody and Air Force Association Vice Chairman of the Board Scott Van Cleef flank Senior Airman Allen Cherry at an award ceremony during which Cherry is officially honored as a member of the 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year, National Harbor, Md, September 14, 2015. (Air Force photo Andy Morataya) Luke Airman wins Outstanding Airman of the Year 2015
The Air Force is made up of more than 307,000 Airmen. Of those Airmen, 12 were selected as the Air Force Association's Outstanding Airmen. One of those is stationed at the 56th Fighter Wing in the 56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron.That Airman is Senior Airman Allen Cherry, 56th AMDS public health technician. Cherry was selected as the Air Force
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2015
607th Air Control Squadron Airmen attempt to pull the rope from the 56th Security Forces Squadron Airmen during a tug of war match on Wingman Day at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, Sept. 30, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman James Hensley) Wingman Day: a day to come together
Airmen across Luke came together to strengthen bonds and build new ones through sporting events and activities during Wingman Day. The reason for Wingman Day can be overlooked through all the fun, and it's important to take a step back and remember why it's celebrated.The concept of being a wingman entails mentoring and supporting Airmen."Being a
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2015
Benjamin Bright, 56th Dental Squadron, throws the football during an intramural flag football game against the 607th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Sept. 24, 2015. 56th EMS/AGE defeats 607th ACS 21-14.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Devante Williams) EMS/AGE defeats 607th ACS
The 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aircrew ground equipment team and the 607th Civil Engineer Squadron stepped on the field Sep. 22 for an intramural football match at Luke Air Force Base. 56 EMS/AGE defeated the 607th ACS 21-14.The 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aircrew ground equipment team came in the game determined to win as they
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2015
Senior Airman Dylan Vogel, 56th Medical Operations Squadron Family Health medical technician and the Luke Empowering Airmen’s Development Council president, goes over the latest upcoming events during a LEAD Council meeting Sept. 16, 2015 at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Club Five Six. The LEAD Council has various programs available to help Airmen succeed, from the shadowing program to the scholarships provided and more. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Grace Lee) Luke LEAD Council involved in the community, helps Airmen
There are many organizations available for Airmen to be a part of. From the Air Force Sergeant's Association, Top 3 to Focus 56, each has its own goals, but there is one group, although low in rank have great vision for the future."LEAD stands for Luke Empowering Airmen's Development," said Senior Airman Dylan Vogel, 56th Medical Operations
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2015
Senior Airman Dylan Vogel, 56th Medical Operations Squadron medical technician, is the Leaders Encouraging Airman Development (LEAD) president at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Vogel assists healthcare providers and nurses by in checking patients and assisting them to live a better and healthier life.(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Mota) Dylan Vogel
Dylan Vogelby Airman Pedro Mota56th Fighter Wing Public AffairsThe LEAD president at Luke Air Force Base,  Senior Airman Dylan Vogel, 56th Medical Operations Squadron medical technician, is also a dedicated family man.When first meeting Vogel, he appears as a tall young man, with sincerity in his eyes. After a moment of speaking with him, it
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2015
Jaycee Boyer, wife of Tech. Sgt. Tim Boyer, 56th Fighter Wing Public Affairs media operations NCO in charge, comforts Paul, 2, after his surgery on his brain due to a tumor in Ariz. (Courtesy photo) Airman's son survives brain tumor
Every once in a while there are moments that change everything. For one mom and dad, it was learning they might lose their 2-year-old son, Paul.Paul was asleep on the floor in his two sisters' bedroom. He liked to camp out there sometimes. There was a loud shriek and when Tech. Sgt. Tim Boyer, 56th Fighter Wing Public Affairs media operations NCO
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2015
Staff Sgt. Marianne Hebreo, 56th Operations Support Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment technician, verifies the stowing of the parachute’s suspension lines Sept. 14, 2015 in the AFE building at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. Conducting an inspection on a parachute is a two-person job and requires great attention to detail, because missing one step could lead to a malfunction when deployed. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Grace Lee) AFE parachute section Airmen keep pilots safe
A crucial part of a pilot's survival, if the worst were to happen, is a serviceable parachute. Without it, a pilot wouldn't be able to land safely, and that's where the Airmen in the aircrew flight equipment parachute section at Luke Air Force Base step in."In the parachute section we work on the Advanced Concept Ejection Seat II personnel
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2015
Clay Goehring served in the Navy for 24 years. Goehring was enlisted in 1962 for four years, then four years in the reserves. He became an officer in 1971 and finished out his term in 1986. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Pedro Mota) Soaring with Advancement
Soaring with Advancementby Airman Pedro Mota56th Fighter Wing Public AffairsServing 24 years in the Navy, Clay Goehring has seen things most can only dream of.When first meeting Goehring, one will find an old soul filled with experience, but with still a sense of boyish charm. He has his wits about him and is a polite individual with good manners,
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2015
Tech. Sgt. Richard Galero, 56th Force Support Squadron Luke Air Force Base Honor Guard NCO in charge, hands off a flag during a funeral honors ceremony at the National Memorial Cemetery, Arizona 2015. Galero trains and mentors Airmen in the Base Honor Guard. Prior to Honor Guard, he was a maintenance analyst. (Courtesy Photo) Galero: family man and Airman
From the Philippines to the U.S., Tech. Sgt. Richard Galero, 56th Force Support Squadron Luke Air Force Base Honor Guard NCO in charge, has worked hard to get where he is professionally, lead his Airmen and provide for his family.Galero was born and raised in a small town in the Philippines.  He and his family worked hard to make ends meet."I grew
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