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Senior Airman Tyler Cerney, 544th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group, detachment 1, intelligence analyst, dribbles a basketball, June 29, 2015, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Through his devotion to bettering the lives of those around him, Cerney has fostered a great deal of pride and respect from his leaders. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Shane Phipps/Released) Fitness leader of the month: Senior Airman Tyler Cerney
Editor's Note: This is part of an ongoing series highlighting exceptionally fit Airmen.It's Monday afternoon and the gym is alive with action. The weight room stirs with sounds of clanking metal and steady grunts. Outside, the thumping bounce of basketballs hitting the hardwood rings out.Amidst all the chaos however, one senior airman couldn't feel
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2015
Tech. Sgt. Rian Hudson, 30th Security Forces Squadron NCOIC of confinement, conceals his homemade geocache, June 11, 2015, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Geocaching is a global game in which players conceal caches and upload the coordinates to a website for other players to find via Global Positioning System devices. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ian Dudley/Released)
Geocaching: a global game for everyone
Tech. Sgt. Rian Hudson, 30th Security Forces Squadron NCOIC of confinement, scouts a forested area near Lompoc for the perfect place to conceal his homemade geocache.Hudson has been geocaching for a year now and recently started making and hiding his own caches for people to find. This latest cache is made out of an ammo can and themed as a
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2015
Jan Kays, 30th Space Wing visual information specialist, works on a griffin drawing in her office, June 11, 2015, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. In the 15 years that Kays has worked in the graphics department at Vandenberg, she has had a profound impact on how the base is perceived by creating recognizable and aesthetically pleasing graphics. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ian Dudley/Released) Air Force artisans: Jan Kays
Editor's note: This will be an ongoing series highlighting the diverse talents and artistic passions of Vandenberg Airmen.Jan Kays, 30th Space Wing visual information specialist, works quietly in her place of Zen; headphones providing a sound barrier from unwanted distractions and three monitors displaying her latest design project. In her creative
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2015
Tech. Sgt. Danielle Honea, 30th Operations Support Squadron flight chief of weapons and tactics, stands in front of samples of her photography, June 11, 2015, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. As a business owner and wedding photographer, Honea starts her creative process by conversing with prospective clients in her small home office. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ian Dudley/Released) Air Force artisans: Tech. Sgt. Honea
Editor's note: This will be an ongoing series highlighting the diverse talents and artistic passions of Vandenberg Airmen.Many artisans start their craft by stretching canvas, mixing paints, kneading clay, or any other number of studio-like tasks.As a business owner and wedding photographer, Tech. Sgt. Danielle Honea, 30th Operations Support
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2015
Master Sgt. Enrique Santiago, 30th Force Support Squadron career assistance supervisor, sits in front of two of his paintings at his garage-studio June 5, 2015, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Santiago is an avid practitioner of abstract expressionism and recently had several paintings placed in a gallery in Los Alamos. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ian Dudley/Released) Air Force artisans: Master Sgt. Santiago
Editor's note: This will be an ongoing series highlighting the diverse talents and artistic passions of Vandenberg Airmen.Master Sgt. Enrique Santiago 30th Force Support Squadron career assistance advisor, stood silently in front of his easel as jazz music drifted lazily in the background. The smell of paint permeated the air with a musty, if not
0 6/05
2015
Col. Marc Del Rosario, 30th Operations Group commander, receives a promotion certificate from Choong Man Si, Tae Kwon Do Grand Master, Dec. 5, 2014, Lompoc, Calif. Del Rosario, who recently received his black belt in Tae Kwon Do, attributes the studio and his mentor for his excellent fitness status. (Courtesy photo) 30th OG commander gets fit with Tae Kwon Do
For Airmen, fitness is a crucial component throughout their military career. Good fitness can aid Airmen in their job performance at their permanent duty station or downrange and can lead to an overall healthy lifestyle. There are a multitude of options outside of standard physical training available to assist in remaining consistently fit.For Col.
0 5/29
2015
(U.S. Air Force graphic by Jan Kays) Safety as a lifestyle
In previous years, this week would have kicked off the Critical Days of Summer, which would bring increased awareness of safety during the summer months; this year, however, the Air Force has done away with CDOS.The Air Force recognizes that having a heightened awareness of safety is not just for the summer months and has implemented a year-round
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2015
Tonya Heath, wife of Chief Master Sgt. Michael Heath, 30th Medical Group superintendent, poses for a photo, May 13, 2015, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Team Vandenberg honors Key Spouses for their continuous service and dedication to military members and their families. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Robert J. Volio/Released) Key Spouses: Tonya Heath - 30th MDG
Team Vandenberg honors Key Spouses for their continuous service and dedication to military members and their families.Q: Where are you from?A: I am from Blytheville, Arkansas. My husband and I actually met in high school.Q: How long have you been serving the military as a spouse?A: We're approaching 30 years now.Q: What made you want to be a part
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Melinda Santiago, wife of Master Sgt. Enrique Santiago, 30th Force Support Squadron career assistance advisor, poses for a photo, May 7, 2015, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Team Vandenberg honors Key Spouses for their continuous service and dedication to military members and their families. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Robert J. Volio/Released) Key Spouses: Melinda Santiago – 30th FSS
Team Vandenberg honors Key Spouses for their continuous service and dedication to military members and their families.Q: Where are you from?A: I am from Seattle, Washington.Q: How long have you been serving the military as a spouse?A: I've been serving for 15 years now.Q: What made you want to be a part of the Key Spouse program?A: I really wanted
0 5/08
2015
Firefighters extricate a student from a wrecked vehicle April 21, 2015, Cabrillo High School, Calif. This demonstration was part of an annual program called "Every 15 Minutes", which shows the negative consequences of drinking and driving. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ian Dudley/Released) Every 15 minutes
Smoke drifted lazily over the deceptively serene scene of two wrecked cars. Amidst the twisted metal and white smoke, lay three unmoving bodies, with only the driver of the responsible vehicle conscious.The sound of sirens soon shattered the silence as law enforcement personnel arrived and began to triage the injured teenagers. Within moments the
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2015
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