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Default Air Force Logo CMSAF vision for training, college comes case by case
For those in upgrade training who want to attend college, the option to pursue both at the same time is encouraged by Air Force leadership, but still remains a privilege for responsible Airmen, not a right. Historically, Air Force supervisors have required Airmen to finish their job specialty training before going on to take classes or obtain
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2007
Andy "Iron Man" Holder leads the June Fit to Fight run, doing jumping jacks with Airmen from the 30th Logistics Readiness Squadron.  Mr. Holder developed type I diabetes later in life, and chose to become an Iron Man athelete and motivational speaker. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Jonathan Olds) Athlete, motivator comes to inspire Vandenberg
The air was cool and still as a sea of gray shirts and Air Force blue pants aligned in formation at the parade grounds for the 30th Space Wing's June Fit-to-Fight run here June 7. A clear voice with a hint of Long Island accent boomed from speakers on the wooden platforms to the swarm of 30th Space Wing and associate units. He spoke, hoping to
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2007
Vandenberg Air Force Base is set to hold a town hall meeting to discuss several topics that the 30th Space Wing leadership has identified as important to base housing residents at 7 p.m. on June 14 in the Pacific Coast Club. Town hall meeting discusses important base topics
Vandenberg Air Force Base is set to hold a town hall meeting at 7 p.m. on June 14 in the Pacific Coast Club. Among the subjects to be discussed will be the housing privatization plan that will turn base housing over to a developer who will upgrade the houses and then rent them back to Airmen. Also to be discussed will be the Air Force Space Command
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2007
Army Capt. Monique Vanden-Heuvel, a veterinarian, listens to the heart beat of Bullwinkle during an annual check up at the Vandenberg Veterinary Clinic April 5. The office offers minimal clinical services June 11, 12, 25 and 26, including vaccinations, heartworm tests and pet locator microchipping for military cats and dogs.  For more information or to make an appointment, call 606-3019. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Matthew Plew) Vandenberg vet clinic offers clinical services in June

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2007
Senior Airman Jonathan Hayden sings during the 2007 "Fly-by" themed Tops in Blue concert at the Cabrillo High School auditorium, Vandenberg Village, Calif., on June 2.  The computer network cryptolographic switching systems journeyman serves with the 609th Air Communications Squadron, Shaw AFB, S.C. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Kristi Emler) Tops in Blue expeditionary variety show rocks Vandenberg

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2007
Default Air Force Logo 14th Air Force announces 1st quarter award winners
It's is my pleasure to announce our 14th Air Force Quarterly Award winners for the First Quarter, 2007.Noncommissioned Offer of the Quarter - Tech. Sgt. Brian Rollefson, 30th Logistics Readiness SquadronCivilian Category II - Devin Misiewicz, 30th Civil Engineer SquadronPlease join me in congratulating them for a job well done! Recognition at the
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2007
Command Chief Master Sgt. Timothy Gordon, 30th Space Wing, retires at 2 p.m. June 1 in the Pacific Coast Club at Vandenberg Air Force Base.  Chief Gordon served at Vandenberg since April 2005, and retires after 27 years and serving in 15 assignments.  (Photo by Airman 1st Class Nicole Roberts) Command chief moves on, leaves leadership legacy
Twenty-seven years have passed since Command Chief Master Sgt. Timothy Gordon made a promise to serve his country in the Air Force. He entered the delayed entry program May 1, 1980, and his career comes full circle in a ceremony at the Pacific Coast Club ballroom at 2 p.m. today when the 30th Space Wing command chief retired.Chief Gordon saw a
0 6/01
2007
Tops in Blue Airmen pay tribute and celebrate the Air Force's 60th anniversary during the performance at the Tays Center near Holloman Air Force Base in Alamogordo, N.M. The 40-member group's goal is to enhance mission productivity for Air Force members around the world. Tops in Blue showcases music, dance and comedy, all performed by active-duty Airmen who perform 90 minutes of non-stop live entertainment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Anthony Nelson) 
Tops in Blue 60 years show to be held at Cabrillo Sat.
A free performance by the Air Force's worldwide expeditionary entertainment group Tops in Blue is scheduled to take place at Cabrillo High School in Lompoc at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. June 2. This year's show, "The Fly By", will feature performances by singers, dancers and technicians to commemorate the Air Force's 60 years of
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2007
Senior Airman Carlos Moreno, 30th Space Wing Security Forces Squadron, exchanges vows with his finance, Carolina Garcia of Santa Maria, California via video teleconference here on May 26.  The satellite wedding was a first of its kind at Vandenberg Air Force Base.  Moreno is currently deployed to Afghanistan supporting the war on terror. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Scott Seyer)

Vandenberg Airman weds bride via video teleconference
Being deployed thousands of miles away could not stop one Vandenberg Airman from marrying his Santa Maria sweetheart May 26. Senior Airman Carlos Moreno, 30th Security Forces Squadron, wed Carolina Garcia via teleconference from his deployed location in Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. Airman Moreno read about another military couple married by
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2007
Tech. Sgt. Doyle Stricker (left) and Tech. Sgt. Peter Mongillo (right), both from the 381st Training Group, participate in a series of dodgeball games against youths from the Vandenberg youth center. The "Fantastic Five", a team of five youths from the Vandenberg youth center, competed against the "381st Titans", a team of five Airman from Vandenberg, in a dodgeball competition at the Vandenberg youth center on May 25. The Fantastic Five annihilated the 381st Titans in two out of three games. Youth center pulverizes 381st Airmen in dodgeball tourney

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