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  • 32nd CCS defeats Marines in flag football

    The flag football team from the 32nd Combat Communications Squadron defeated the Marines 18-6 Aug. 12 at the Tinker Sports Complex.    The game got off to a roaring start on a trick play pulled off by the 32nd CCS team. Quarterback Rob Massey performed the wrong ball trick play to perfection. He received the ball and walked toward the sideline like
  • Dressing part almost as important as play on golf course

    Golf is much more than just a sport -- it is tradition, history and lore, and maybe a little attitude kicked in.    Golf has been played since the 16th century and is a game steeped in traditions, and proper dress is just one of those many traditions.    Tinker Golf Course takes pride in the appearance of the course, and the same pride is expected
  • Combined Federal Campaign nears kick-off

    The central Oklahoma military community is gearing up for the Combined Federal Campaign beginning Oct. 3.    Officials are encouraging Team Tinker to prepare for the season of giving by donating to the campaign that serves more than 1,800 charities.    "The beauty of the campaign is that you can donate to a local, state, nationwide or international
  • Month focuses on alcohol, drug addiction recovery

    September is National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month.    The Recovery Month effort aims to promote the societal benefits of alcohol and drug use disorder treatment, laud the contributions of treatment providers and promote the message that recovery from alcohol and drug use disorders in all its forms is possible. One of the most serious
  • Let’s play Family Feud! Annual Services Division event set for Nov. 1

    The 72nd Services Division invites all Air Force and Navy squadrons, units, groups and divisions to get teams together for the Team Tinker Fabulous Family Feud challenge.    This year's feud will be held at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at the Tinker Club. Door prize drawings will be held between games and winners must be present. Entry deadline is at 4 p.m.
  • Tinker Rangers take third at tournament

    The Tinker Rangers traveled to Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Sept. 9-11 to participate in the 2007 U.S. Air Force Baseball tournament.   Though only nine players made the trip, the team was confident about their chances against squads from Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz.; Andrews AFB, Md. and Luke AFB, Ariz.   The Rangers got off to a slow start with an
  • Tinker plans for elite engine test cells

    The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center Propulsion team took the first steps toward the creation of two elite engine test cell facilities. They will be at Tinker in approximately five years, dependent upon funding.    The OC-ALC Director of Propulsion staff and the Propulsion Environmental Working Group staff accepted suggestions from industry
  • Tinker units receive Air Force award

    The 72nd Air Base Wing, 448th Combat Sustainment Wing and the 38th Engineering Installation Group of Tinker Air Force Base were awarded the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award.    The honor is awarded by the Secretary of the Air Force to numbered units that have distinguished themselves by exceptionally meritorious service and achievements that have
  • 12th Air Force commander visiting 3rd Herd

    The 12th Air Force and Air Forces Southern commander will arrive at Tinker Air Force Base today to visit with Airmen of the 3rd Combat Communications Group.    During his visit, Lt. Gen. Norman Seip is expected to have lunch with 3rd CCG officers and take a brief tour of 3rd Herd facilities before addressing all group members at the base theater.
  • The E-3 Sentry Puzzle: Air and senior surveillance technicians

    There are many people in the 552nd Air Control Wing who aid in each successful E-3 Sentry mission, and every person is an integral piece of the big wing puzzle: communications, maintenance, flyers and the Airmen who support them.    Like all the other pieces of the Airborne Warning and Control System puzzle, the air and senior surveillance