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  • McConnell congratulations Airman Leadership School graduates!

    Team McConnell congratulates the Airman Leadership School Graduates of Class 07-B, who graduated Feb. 8. John L. Levitow Award: Senior Airman David Richey 22nd Operations Support Squadron Distinguished Graduates: Senior Airmen Traig Myra 22nd Maintenance Squadron and  Brett Wanner 22nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Leadership Award: Senior Airman
  • Information Systems Flight provides combat support to battlefield Airmen

     Later this month, Airmen from the 332nd Expeditionary Communications Squadron's Information Systems Flight are set to begin a major project to complete a "tech-refresh" of about 80 computer servers at the Network Control Center here inside a secure facility known as "the box." When Airmen assigned to the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing sit down at
  • Contractor sought to build new KC-X Refeuler

    The assistant secretary of the Air Force for acquisition announced Jan. 30 the posting of the KC-X Aerial Refueling Aircraft Request for Proposal to the Federal Business Opportunities Web site, signaling the official launch of the Air Force's No. 1 priority acquisition program. The announcement comes after an extensive and transparent dialogue
  • Trailer allows rapid response to suspected biological agents

    The 22nd Air Refueling Wing lived up to its motto "We Lead" with a ceremony here Feb. 6, marking the first delivery in the Air Force of a Laboratory Response Team trailer. The trailer is equipped with a Joint Biological Agent Identification and Diagnostic System, or JBAIDS for short, providing rapid biological agent analysis in any emergency
  • Get personal with your TRICARE benefits

    TRICARE beneficiaries who are registered on http://www.triwest.com now have their own personal profile to provide quick online access to their TRICARE benefits. When a beneficiary logs in to www.triwest.com, a customized personal profile will appear, featuring quick links to eligibility, claims status, other health insurance and more. Beneficiaries
  • African-American History Month started as a week-long celebration

    African-American History Month is observed in the United States each year during the month of February. It is meant to be a time of the year in which we recognize the progress, richness and diversity of African-American achievement. But do you know why February was chosen over the other 11 months of the year? African-American History Month owes it
  • Commissary scholarship deadline is Feb. 21

    While chocolate and flowers are traditional Valentine gifts, perhaps for students the best gift is a $1,500 scholarship. The Scholarships for Military Children program might be just the ticket this Valentine's Day, but don't procrastinate because applications must be turned in at a commissary by close of business Feb. 21. The scholarships are