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Default Air Force Logo Explore Mesa Verde National Park
Mesa Verde National Park offers a view of the Pueblo American Indian culture as well as archeological sites, nestled in the canyons of Southwestern Colorado about an hour from Cortez, Colo. It is America's first World Heritage site (an organization that encourages the identification, protection and preservation of cultural and natural heritage
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2007
Default Air Force Logo 63rd gives young visitor royal treatment
At Luke, early summer brings two certainties: heat and PCS moves. One of the newest members of the 63rd Fighter Squadron arrived June 2 and in addition to the heat, brought a typhoon. Like the thousands of pilots who have arrived here before him, Tyler "Typhoon" Sell donned his flight suit and spent the day getting to know his new unit. Unlike
0 11/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Firebird International Raceway provides speed therapy
With a twist of the throttle, some bikers can reach speeds in excess of 155 miles per hour within seconds. With the heat rising, and the urge to take to the streets, some Airmen are practicing their motorcycle skills and testing their limits in a safer manner via the Firebird International Raceway. Technical Sgt. Kyle Klein, 56th Equipment
0 11/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Tops In Blue thunders into Arizona
Nearly every night of the year more than 30 of the most talented performers in the Air Force put on an action-packed show somewhere in the world. Tops In Blue has been bringing crowds to their feet for 53 years. Thursday night the Tops in Blue team entertained thousands at the Maricopa County Events Center, a facility located near Phoenix's
0 11/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Tops In Blue bring two Luke musicians home
Every year 34 Air Force men and women are chosen to leave their day-to-day military jobs and become Air Force entertainers as members of Tops In Blue. During the 2006-2007 season, two of those entertainers took a year away from their jobs here at Luke. Before joining the Tops In Blue team, Staff Sgt. Tenisia Jones, a vocalist, was an information
0 11/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Superheroes go where troops go
Marvel Comics' "The New Avengers" and the Army and Air Force Exchange Service will team up again to deliver another free, military-exclusive comic book to troops stationed throughout the globe. The newest military-only installment and the third since Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld unveiled "The New Avengers" at the Pentagon in February 2005,
0 11/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Safe grilling tips ensure enjoyable summertime fun
Summertime is barbecuing time, but remeber to follow barbecuing basics to help keep outdoor cooking safe and enjoyable. Remember to protect clothing with a heavy apron and hands and arms with barbecuing or oven mitts. Use long-handled barbecue tools including long-handled salt and pepper shakers designed specifically for grilling. The grill should
0 11/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Know rights, rules for divorce in Arizona
Divorce can be a difficult and emotional period. Often times, partners are left with many questions about where to go and what to do to obtain a divorce. The Air Force has recognized that divorce of military members can have an indirect impact on the overall mission. As part of this recognition, the Air Force seeks to educate members and their
0 11/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Driver fatigue factor in fatal crashes, worse in summer
An annoying thumping noise like someone banging on walls, wakes the Airman from his sleep. Suddenly aware, he jerks the steering wheel away from the shoulder of the freeway before driving completely off the road. Most drivers have faced drowsiness at some point in their lives, but sleepiness at the wheel, often referred to as driver fatigue, can be
0 11/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Wheelie fun -- motorcycle course teaches Airmen safety techniques
Be it the rise of gas prices or the fun factor of straddling the seat of a motorcycle, some Airmen are thinking about taking to the streets of Arizona on a motorcycle. Before hitting the open road, Airmen and civilians here must complete an approved motorcycle safety course and pass a comprehensive practical exam. "So many people ride on a regular
0 11/08
2006
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