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The Night Watch softball team from left to right: 
(back row) Airman 1st Class Christian Velasco, Senior Airman Wyatt Hansen, Lieutenant Commander Greg Verlinde, Senior Airman Kyle Pierce, Lieutenant Colonel (ret) George Madson, Tech Sgt Dave Troglia, Staff Sgt. Michael Dewitt, and Senior Airman Rick Northrup 
(front row) Dave Patterson, Master Sgt. (ret) Brett Stewart, Command Chief Master Sgt. (ret) Ben Heald, Lieutenant Colonel (ret) Duane Carolus, and Scott Misner. 
Offutt softball team participates in state games
The Night Watch softball team took the silver medal at the Nebraska State Cornhusker Games in Lincoln July 20. Night Watch, consisting primarily of active duty members from Offutt and Air Force retirees, formed this spring and played in the Sunday night league in Council Bluffs, Iowa with a record of seven wins and one loss. Night Watch competed
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Acting Secretary of the Air Force Michael B. Donley presents Senior Airman Brandy Griffith and fellow members of the 55th Force Support Squadron with a coin for excellence in preparing a senior leadership breakfast Aug. 11 at the Ronald L. King Dining Facility at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Bennie J. Davis III) Air Force secretary meets veterans, addresses issues
The acting secretary of the Air Force talked to Airmen, military veterans and Nebraska civic leaders during Air Force Week in the Heartland Aug. 11 in Omaha and at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. Secretary Michael B. Donley had breakfast with Airmen assigned to Offutt AFB, visited the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Omaha to personally meet
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Nearly 250 participants take off from the starting gate Aug. 10 for the seven-mile Bellevue/Offutt Runway Run during Air Force Week in the Heartland supported by Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. The week is designed to broaden awareness of the Air Force's role in the war on terrorism and strengthen support for Airmen serving worldwide in defense of freedom. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Bennie J. Davis III) Runners get fit to fight during Air Force Week in the Heartland
Approximately 250 runners spiraled through Offutt Air Force Base and the surrounding community in the first Bellevue/Offutt Runway Run as part of Air Force Week in the Heartland Aug. 10 here. Military members and civilian running enthusiasts did their part to be fit to fight as they ran through the base and on the flightline past F-16 Fighting
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Fireworks light up Rosenblatt Stadium at the conclusion of opening ceremonies for Air Force Week in the Heartland Aug. 9 in Omaha, Neb. The week is designed to broaden awareness of the Air Force's role in the war on terrorism and strengthen support for Airmen serving worldwide in defense of freedom. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Bennie J. Davis III) Air Force Week in the Heartland kicks off with a bang
Fly-bys, music, military precision and fireworks broadcast the beginning of Air Force Week in the Heartland as more than 10,000 witnessed Airmen at their best Aug. 9 at Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha. Airmen from Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., hosted the free event to let the public experience what the Air Force is all about to kick off Air Force Week
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Default Air Force Logo Victim advocates give care for sexual assault victims
There are many programs the military offers to its members to take care of their financial, health, spiritual and mental wellness. But what happens when an Airman becomes a victim of sexual assault? Due to annual training, most know to call the sexual assault response coordinator, or SARC, for help. But how much help can one person give when there
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Cassandra Rodriguez, daughter of Tech. Sgt. Carlos Naok, has her face painted by Rainbow Trout the clown at the Base Lake as part of Offutt’s Family Adventure Jamboree July 4. (U.S. Air Force Photo By/Jeff Gates) Team Offutt celebrates Independence Day

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Airman 1st Class Ryan Carrillo, a 55th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, browses the wide selection of both uniforms and civilian clothing in the new Airman's Attic building here July 2. (Courtesy Photo) Airman's Attic makes new move
Due to the hard work of more than 40 Airmen who volunteered 1,600 man-hours, the Offutt Airman's Attic has relocated from behind the old base exchange to Bldg. 363, the old arts and crafts building across from the SAC Federal Credit Union. The new location and timing are ideal to better serve the enlisted corps on Team Offutt, according to
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55th Wing Commander Brig. Gen. Jim Jones travels in style on a wagon pulled by the Budweiser Clydesdale horses. The Budweiser team was at Offutt as part of their effort to show support for military men and women. (U. S. Air Force Photo By/Dana P. Heard) Budweiser Clydesdales visit Offutt to salute military

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The official party including Brig. Gen. Jim Jones, 55th Wing commander, and Col. Terry A. Parsons, 55th Maintenance Group commander, prepare for the National Anthem. The 55th MXG has operational control of three squadrons, providing maintenance to 31 aircraft here. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Josh Plueger) 55th MXG welcomes new commander
Airmen in the 55th Maintenance Group welcomed their new commander, Col. Terry Parsons, June 27 during a change of command ceremony at the Bennie Davis Maintenance Facility here. Colonel Parsons assumed command of the group from Col. Gary Elliott, who had led the group since June 8, 2005. Colonel Elliott bid farewell to the MXG Airmen before he
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BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan--Senior Airman Patrick Brush, U.S. Air Forces Band ‘Falcon’ trumpet player, captivates an audience with the smooth sounds of his trumpet during a show here June 22.  Airman Brush is deployed from the  USAF Heartland of America Band, Offutt AFB, Neb.   ‘Falcon’ travels throughout the area of responsibility positively promoting troop morale, diplomacy and reach out to host nation communities.  (U.S. Air Force Photo By/Master Sgt. Demetrius Lester) HOAB member lifts morale with smooth sounds

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