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Default Air Force Logo Tricare beneficiaries can "stay alert" by e-mail
Officials with the Tricare Management Activity are now providing benefit news electronically. From the latest beneficiary newsletters and changes in coverage, to pharmacy updates and news releases, all 9.2 million Tricare beneficiaries now have an easy way to stay informed by e-mail. A new electronic delivery system is up and running and
0 8/19
2008
Default Air Force Logo Updating education just clicks away for civilians
Air Force civilian employees who wish to update education information in their civilian personnel records have a new, easier way to do so: through the "MyBiz" Web site. MyBiz is the self-service module in the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System. Instead of faxing their transcripts and waiting for someone to update their record, employees can now
0 8/19
2008
California Air National Guard MQ-1 Predator pilots meet in their hanger at March Air Reserve Base in November 2006 following the activation ceremony for the 196th Reconnaissance Squadron. The Air Guard squadron operates three combat air patrols in Iraq from the squadron's base operations center. (Photo by Master Sgt. Mike R. Smith, National Guard Bureau) Air Guard Predator pilots increase combat air patrols
Although they are some of the busiest pilots in the U.S. military, Air National Guard pilots who are now flying unmanned aircraft from the ground said they still climb into the cockpit and get some flight time whenever they can. Lt. Col. Rick Gibney, squadron commander and MQ-1 Predator pilot for the North Dakota Air Guard's 178th Reconnaissance
0 8/19
2008
Brothers Troy (left) and Justin Dumais were Olympic divers and medal winners . Justin Dumais, now a lieutenant in the South Carolina Air National Guard, gave up his diving aspirations to become an Air Force pilot.  Currently, he is an F-16 Fighting Falcon student pilot at Luke Air Force Base,  Arizona. (Courtesy photo)
Diver trades swim suit for flight suit
Like two jet fighters in formation, Justin Dumais and his younger brother, Troy, perfectly executed their turns and spins in the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. As competitors in the men's synchronized three-meter springboard diving event, they were in second place going into the final round. A misstep landed them in sixth place overall. "It was
0 8/18
2008
Default Air Force Logo U.S. Air Guardsmen, Bosnians Restore Monument to Americans Killed in Sarajevo
Next to a dirt road cut into the hillside of Mount Igman, southwest of Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina, U.S. Air National Guard and Bosnian troops recently repaired a monument marking the location where three American diplomats and a French soldier lost their lives nearly 13 years ago. The monument was built in 1997, and over the years has
0 8/18
2008
Chaplain Paul Ferguson Jr. of the Texas Air National Guard looks on at the Bobby Benson Center in Kahuku, Hawaii.  He addressed patients at the center on the importance of a drug free life.  Ferguson is part of a 51 person group of physicians, nurses and support personnel from the 149th Fighter Wing Medical Group at Lackland AFB, Texas working with the Hawaii ANG in support of the E Malama Kakou (to care for all) humanitarian program serving the medically underprivileged in Hawaii.
Photo by Master Sgt Robert Shelley
Texas Air Guard conducts medical training in Hawaii
In a plastic chair in the back of the room, a young man of no more than seventeen sits. He is intensely watching the man in front of him speak. The speaker is dressed in the new airman's battle uniform talking about drugs and physical health. The man in uniform is Capt. Paul Ferguson Jr., a chaplain in the Texas Air National Guard. The young man in
0 8/18
2008
From the end of the runway at Tucson International Airport, an F-16 Fighting Falcon instructor pilot with the Arizona Air National Guard's 162nd Fighter Wing prepares to take off with his wingman, an international student pilot training with the Guard unit. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Dave Neve) Building capable allies, strong bonds
Over European castles, Middle Eastern deserts and Pacific islands, F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots are soaring in ever-increasing numbers. Their landscapes, nationalities and cultures are different, but they share several common bonds. They are allies, they are friends and they learned to fly their F-16s at an Air National Guard base in Arizona. With
0 8/15
2008
Three student pilots from the United Arab Emirates practice emergency egress procedures as part of their F-16 flight training at the 162nd Fighter Wing in Tucson, Ariz. The Air Guard unit has trained foreign pilots since 1989. (Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Dave Neve) Building capable allies, strong bonds: Arizona Air Guard teaches U.S. allies to fly, fight and win
Over European castles, Middle Eastern deserts and Pacific islands, F-16 fighter pilots are soaring in ever-increasing numbers. Their landscapes, nationalities and cultures are different, but they share several common bonds. They are allies, they are friends and they learned to fly their F-16s at an Air National Guard base in Arizona. With more
0 8/14
2008
Default Air Force Logo Alaska National Guard Rescues Injured Climber
The Alaska Air National Guard rescued an injured climber off Root Glacier in the Wrangell-Saint Elias National Park Wednesday. An Alaska Wilderness guide called the National Park Service from a satellite phone to request help after his client, a 57-year-old male, fell 50-feet off the Root Glacier and sustained multiple injuries. A National Park
0 8/14
2008
Default Air Force Logo Study spurs reassessment of alcohol awareness programs
Defense Department officials are assessing ways to better prepare servicemembers, particularly members of the reserve and National Guard, for the stresses of combat so they're better able to avoid alcohol-related problems when they return home, defense officials said today. The goal, officials said, is to beef up existing strategies to address
0 8/14
2008
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