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  • Two month pre-deployment exercises come to a close

    Members of the Air Force Materiel Command met last week for Phase II of their pre-deployment training. Participating members included the 72nd Air Base Wing, 31st Combat Communications group, 76th MXW/EN, Chapel and 507th Services Flight.    "This three day exercise helps the groups refine their crafts in different fields before deployment," stated
  • TACAMO quarterly award winners recognized

    Strategic Communications Wing ONE announced the recipients of its quarterly awards for the period covering October through December 2007, as well as several annual winners.    The recipients received their awards at the 38th quarterly TACAMO Community Council Luncheon held Feb. 7, at the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training High Bay.    The
  • Hazard reporting program detects unsafe, unhealthy conditions early

    Detecting unsafe or unhealthful conditions at the earliest possible time and abating hazards promptly at the lowest possible working level are essential elements of the Air Force Occupational Safety and Health program. Mishap prevention depends on personnel identifying, reporting and correcting hazards promptly and efficiently. The Air Force has a
  • TAKE NOTE

    Employee Enhancement Program  accepting applications    The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center is accepting applications for the Employee Enhancement Program scheduled to begin in April.    The program is a leadership and knowledge enhancement program designed to develop and broaden participants' knowledge of the mission, structure, and business
  • Nurse commissioning program seeks enlisted applicants

    Officials at the Air Force Personnel Center here will conduct the annual Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program board May 13-14 to select candidates for fall 2008 and spring 2009 start dates.    The program offers active duty enlisted personnel the opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree in a high-need academic major. NECP students will complete
  • 2008 golf season kicks off in March

    March kicks off 2008 golf season for Tinker Golf Course! This season is the time to get outside and play golf.   Tinker Golf Course has the tools to get you into golf playing shape, whether the need be for clubs, new shoes, apparel, golf balls, equipment, lessons or food for fuel. Pop in, it's a one stop golf shop.    To kick off the golf season, a
  • Black History Month Feature: Financial advisor paving the way for the next generation

    Resourcefulness, responsiveness and integrity are the three main components that have gotten Latrice Vaughn, chief, financial advisor, where she is today. Those three little words, with such big meaning are words of advice and encouragement Ms. Vaughn wanted to share with those who look up to her and see what she has accomplished.    "Ultimately, I
  • Smile! Its dental assistants' recognition week

    When you visit your dentist, your first and last contact is probably with the dental assistant at the front desk or at chair side with the dentist.    Dental assisting continues to diversify and expand. Whether working chair side with the dentist, taking x-rays or managing the business office, dental assistants are vital to the success of the
  • VANWEY RECREATION CENTER

    Dorm residents can visit the Vanwey Recreation Center, Bldg. 5905, from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays.    The center has pool tables, computer stations with Internet, Play Stations 2, Game Cube, live X-Box, televisions, air hockey, chess, karaoke and an audiovisual/stereo system. The center's snack bar offers beverages, chips and candy.
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