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Retired Master Sgt. Lisa Hodgden talks to 552nd Air Control Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Mark Hurst after an inspiring talk about her ordeals. Air Force Recovery Care Coordinator, Tony LaGree, stands in the background. (Air Force photo by Kimberly Woodruff)
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The dock area behind Bldg. 1 is now clean and free of debris, thanks to the initiative of the members of the 72nd Air Base Wing XP and the IG team. They are informing the Tinker community not to dump garbage, old furniture and other refuse in walkways and along the dock area, which causes safety issues and fire hazards. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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An overall view of the new Navy hangar, far right, which features its own machine shop, sheet metal shop and new offices for engineers, logisticians and key personnel of the Fleet Support Team. (Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Cody Boyd)
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Tobias Markey, community liaison at Whole Foods Market, speaks to the participants who completed the  2016 Get Fit 2.0 Challenge at the closing ceremony in the Gerrity Fitness Center Nov. 18.
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Capt. Ed McCabe, commander of Strategic Communications Wing ONE and Task Force 124, thanks the many contributors to the successful construction of the new Navy hangar on the south side of base, Bldg. 824, during a ribbon cutting ceremony Nov. 22. The $17.8 million hangar will be able to accommodate depot-level maintenance and features sheet metal and machine shops, as well as several safety features. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Scott Appleton, with HGL Construction in Midwest City, left, and Capt. Ed McCabe, commander of Strategic Communications Wing ONE and Task Force 124, cut the ceremonial ribbon Nov. 22, officially opening Bldg. 824, TACAMO’s newest hangar. The 36,000-square-foot building will be able to accommodate depot-level maintenance on the Navy’s E-6B Mercury. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Retired Master Sgt. Lisa Hodgden speaks Nov. 23 at the Airman and Family Readiness Center about her combat injuries and ongoing recovery. The Moore resident said her participation in the Wounded Warrior Games, in shot put and discus, was key to overcoming depression and anger about her injuries, the loss of two Air Force comrades, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. At her side is her service dog. (Air Force photo by Kimberly Woodruff)
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Marcus Baucom, with the Fit Assessment Cell (FAC), shows participants how far they need to kick the football for the longest kick contest in the Great American Smokeout Kickoff event Nov. 16. Health Promotions partnered with the Gerrity Gym at the Tinker football field and track to bring awareness and fun to the event with the longest throw and the longest kick contest to encourage tobacco users to “go the distance and kick the habit!” The winner of the longest kick was Brett Kearney and the winner of the longest throw was Capt. Zach Fleming. Health Promotions had a table filled with tobacco cessation kits and other valuable information. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Noland Voss, safety instructor for Alutiiq Commercial Enterprises, checks water fluoridation levels at the Fluoride Feed Station. The underground station, located by the Tinker Golf Course, houses 250-gallon batch tanks that run to base housing and other locations on the west side of base. After a raw sample is taken from the water main at the station, hydrofluorosilic acid is injected into the tanks and samples are taken from locations such as the Youth Center and Base Chapel to assure correct levels are consistently maintained. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Walter Chrysler, past president of Tinker Inter-Tribal Council, was the guest speaker at the Native American Heritage Month lunch and learn at the Base Chapel Nov. 9. Mr. Chrysler spoke about the history of the Iroquois and Mohawk and Native American culture. November is Native American Heritage Month and the Tinker Inter-Tribal Council also held a craft fair and retreat ceremony to celebrate and bring awareness to their culture. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Reserve Gold players enjoy their victory Nov. 15 over the 552nd Maintenance Squadron. They won the base intramural football championship 23-6. Team members are, from left, front row, (MVP) Carson Conner, Jim Sherman, Jay Harris, Brian VanCuren and Jacob Bacon. Back row, from left, are Ken Sarsycki, Michael Rosenthal, Floyd Conner, James Gasaway, Brett Nims, Gregory Shepherd and Chad Van Winkle. Team members also included Jeremy Allen, Juston Curry, Reginald Davis, Adrian Mack and Denzel Neal. (Air Force photo by John Parker)
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Phil Burkholder, president of Defense North America, Rolls-Royce, speaks on behalf of his company during the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new F137 engine maintenance line in Bldg. 3221. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Phil Burkholder, president of Defense North America, Rolls-Royce, and Wade Wolfe, vice director of the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, cut the ceremonial ribbon signifying the opening of the F137 engine maintenance line in Bldg. 3221 Nov. 15. Also present are three representatives with Rolls-Royce; Mr. Phil Burkholder, President, North America Rolls-Royce; Mr. Wade Wolfe, OC-ALC vice director; Ralph Garcia, director of Propulsion Directorate; Robert Helgeson, director of the 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group; and Mike Opela, director of the 544th Propulsion Maintenance Squadron. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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The MOF Hooligans threw off their runner-up finish last fall to nab the intramural base soccer championship Nov. 16. They beat the 513th ACG 3-2. Team members include, left to right, Kimmi Ostrander, Braden Reynolds, Landon Scalercio, Jordan Gutierrez, Alex Bedoya, Mike Rosenthal, John Varney, Alejandro Chavarriga, Chris Varney, Tristan Lindley, Chris Torres, Mike Scherer, Don Malay and Dominic Giardino. Darnell Ellis, Jovanni Butler and Eli Martin are also team members. (Air Force photo by John Parker)
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Members of the Absentee Shawnee Veterans Association performed a flag retreat Nov. 16 at the 72nd Air Base Wing Headquarters building in honor of Native American Heritage Month. Brent Greenwood played a drum and sang the Osage Flag Song and Walter Chrysler danced a native dance. Since November is recognized nationally as Native American Heritage Month, the Tinker Inter-Tribal Council hosted an arts and crafts show and a lunch and learn to celebrate and educate others on Native American culture. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Lt. Justin Fordyce, front, and Lt. Vince Dill, demonstrate the seatbelt safety system in fire truck 4. The crews on each truck have a friendly competition going on with each other to receive the lowest amount of safety violations through the system. The system keeps everyone safe by alerting them if a seatbelt isn’t buckled, but the crews now hold each other accountable before a violation even occurs. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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