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  • Letter to Airmen: Cyberspace Operations

    As I travel the world to see our Airmen in action, they continually impress me with their incredible courage, enduring dedication, and amazing innovations. We're harnessing this spirit of innovation as we redefine air power by extending our Global Vigilance, Reach and Power into cyberspace. Just as

  • McConnell Congratulates its newest ALS graduates

    Congratulations to the following senior airmen who graduated from McConnell's Airman Leadership School, Class 07 D, May 10. 22nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Larry Buckner, Christopher Graff, Brady Haslebacher, Anastacio Reyes and Katie Smith 22nd Maintenance Squadron Anthony Marrero, Jon Pittmon,

  • DUIS on rise at McConnell

    It's only May, and Team McConnell has had six driving under the influence incidents so far in 2007. That's twice the number of DUIs the base had in 2006 at this time. The base had a total of 11 DUIs in 2006. Here are the circumstances surrounding the past three DUIs: Incident one On March 25, at

  • Don't get DUI; call AADD instead

    So far in 2007, Airmen Against Drunk Driving has saved 201 Airmen from potential DUI incidents, which have been know to destroy lives and careers. AADD is an organization that offers those who have been drinking rides home on Friday and Saturday nights. The organization's motto is "Let's make this a

  • Team McConnell announces first quarter award winners

    Team McConnell congratulates the 2007 first quarter award winners. The winners were announced May 3, during an award banquet at the Robert J. Dole Center ballroom. Airman Airman 1st Class Keron Joseph 22nd Services Squadron NCO Tech. Sgt. Brian Kruzelnick, 22nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Senior

  • DFAS returns to its World Wide Web home

    The Defense Finance and Accounting Service returned to its original World Wide Web location May 1. DFAS provides responsive, professional finance and accounting services to the men and women who defend America. DFAS pays about 5.9 million people, and in fiscal 2006, made seven million travel

  • Kansas Air National Guardsman completes first online retirement

    A Kansas Air National Guardsman was the first Guard Airman to complete the new online Air Force retirement process, which became mandatory April 15. Tech. Sgt. Kenneth Ellis, 190th Civil Engineer Squadron, applied for retirement using the system March 15, the day the process went live, and his