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Volunteers from 30th Security Forces Squadron, Bravo Flight, stack care packages for deployed friends and Airmen at the Vandenberg Family Readiness Center April 6. Organizations may submit names and addresses to the Family Readiness Center, and volunteers will assemble and send the care packages without charge. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Matthew Plew) 'Care mail' for deployed Airmen assembled by volunteers

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2007
Staff Sgt. David Little, United States Air Force Honor Guard, Assistant NCOIC Base Honor Guard Program, observes as Vandenberg’s Honor Guardsmen perform the flag folding ceremony at the Lompoc Cemetery April 3. Sergeant Little visited Vandenberg with the Air Force Honor Guard’s Mobile Training Team from Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, D.C. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Christina Rumsey) Vandenberg honor guard graduates mobile training course
Twenty-eight Vandenberg Airmen graduated Wednesday after an intensive eight-day Presidential Honor Guard training. They participated in mentally and physically taxing training provided by a Mobile Training Team from Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, D.C., a unit of the Air Force Honor Guard. The MTT teaches 15 courses a year with its primary
0 4/09
2007
Default Air Force Logo Moving claims now available online
Some people find some of their personal belongings have been lost or damaged after a move. In the past, lost and damaged goods claims have gone through base legal offices, but now Airmen can log onto the Air Force claims Web site and handle the process electronically. Airmen can use the Web site to file claims for vehicle damage as well as lost or
0 4/09
2007
By setting aside a small portion of pay, an average enlisted Airman who serves 20 years and promotes from E-1 to E-7 will have more than $200,000 at the time of retirement, and almost $1 million in another 20 years. Airmen can invest expendable funds to acquire $1 million
What Airman wouldn't want $1 million in 40 years? When invested in a Thrift Savings Plan, money accrues that will help lower loan rates, help with home buying and even create collateral to purchase a car. An Airman who invests 10 percent of income into a Thrift Savings Plan will have reached that $1 million mark in 40 years, according to Jimmy
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2007
During the 23rd annual Air Force Association Robert H. Goddard Chapter No. 266 awards luncheon, David Richardson, Goddard Chapter president, gives the opening remarks at the Pacific Coast Club March 29.  The Goddard Chapter presented 46 awards altogether, including 17 AFA Chapter awards, a Civil Air Patrol Cadet of the Year, an Aerospace Teacher of the Year and seven Community Partner awards. (Photo by John Chard) AFA recognizes local military, civilians at luncheon
More than 400 people packed Vandenberg's Pacific Coast Club March 29 for the 23rd annual awards luncheon held by the Air Force Association's Robert H. Goddard Chapter No. 266. Goddard Chapter recognized individuals, units, and community partners were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the Vandenberg Community and for supporting its
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Civilian records can now reflect AF unit awards
The Defense Civilian Personnel Data System can now reflect Air Force unit awards, according to Air Force Manpower and Personnel. Prior to March 30, civilian employees who received unit awards such as the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, Air Force Organizational Excellence Award and Air Force Chief of Staff Team Excellence Award were unable to have
0 4/06
2007
Default Air Force Logo Comptroller shifts to call center, appointments for service
The 30th Comptroller Squadron will shift to a local call center and appointments-only based customer service, and it will no longer offer walk-in service beginning April 16. This switch will improve efficiency and effectiveness while reducing the need for time-consuming, face-to-face interactions. "We're just trying to make it easier for you so you
0 4/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo Air Force announces change to promotion study materials
The Air Force made major changes to the materials enlisted members use for reference and studying for promotion. The new guide, called the Professional Development Guide, replaces both the Promotion Fitness Examination and U.S. Air Force Supervisory Examination Study Guides -- officially known as Volumes 1 and 2 of Air Force Pamphlet 36-2241
0 4/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo AF names 30th LRS civilian supervisor of the year
It is my extreme pleasure to announce John Span, 30th Logistics Readiness Squadron, as the winner of the 2006 Air Force Fuels Civilian Supervisor/Leader of the Year Award.To be recognized at the AF-level is a rare honor; it is a true testament to Mr. Span's professionalism, superior performance, and dedication to the mission. I couldn't be more
0 4/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo Scowcroft honors top ICBM, Space and C3I Airmen
Top performers in the intercontinental ballistic missile and space and communications, command, control and intelligence career fields were recently honored at the 18th annual Air Force Association Brent Scowcroft Awards banquet, hosted by the northern Utah chapter of the AFA. Approximately 500 people gathered at the Eccles Conference Center in
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2007
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