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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

0 7/03
2008
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
0 7/03
2008
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

0 6/30
2008
SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Senior Airman Anthony Dodge function checks a zip tie cutter while Airman 1st Class Lucas Lemoine prepares to use it to secure chaffe wrap on hydraulic test stand hoses at a Southwest Asia air base June 18.  Due to the intense heat and mechanical vibrations on the hydraulic test stand wrapping has to be secured to prevent it from coming off.  Both are assigned to 379th Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron. Airman Dodge is deployed from MacDill Air Force Base, Fla. and Airman Lemoine is deployed from Offutt Air Force Base, Neb.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Johnny Saldivar) Offutt maintainer gets hands dirty and the job done while deployed

0 6/30
2008
Brig. Gen. James Jones, 55th Wing commander, addresses the crowd during the grand opening of the new Army and Air Force Exchange Services base exchange June 13. (U.S. Air Force Photo By/Jeff Gates) New BX grand opening

0 6/27
2008
Team Offutt members help unload merchandise for the new Airman's Attic to
get ready for the grand opening June 30. Volunteers contributed over 1,600
man hours to prepare the new site. (Courtesy Photo) 
Airman's Attic re-opening in new location

0 6/27
2008
Default Air Force Logo Team Offutt member named Civilian Firefighter of the Year
Saving lives, property and the environment as well as protecting them from further harm is all part of the job Offutt firefighters do on a daily basis. Recently, one Offutt firefighter stood out across the Air Force as a shining example of expertise and professionalism. Joshua Moorman, 55th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, was named Air Force
0 6/27
2008
Retired Brig. Gen. Regis Urschler provides a moving speech during a Memorial Day ceremony at Offutt's base cemetery May 26. During his address, the general reminded the more than 100 people gathered of the sacrifices tof those who died for the United States and the ideals and freedoms Americans enjoy today. (U.S. Air Force Photo By/Josh Plueger) Memorial Day memories

0 6/16
2008
The daughter of a Team Offutt member tries her hand at the rock climbing wall at the Offutt Advisory Council’s Annual Appreciation Day Picnic. There were many activities available for children including face painting, games and prize giveaways. (U.S. Air Force Photo By/Charles Haymond) Offutt Advisory Council's Annual Appreciation Day Picnic

0 6/16
2008
Default Air Force Logo Take action when tornado siren sounds
The Tornado Siren will ONLY be sounded when Offutt AFB is under a tornado warning. The siren will sound the entire time we are under a tornado warning. If you hear the siren, take the following action: If indoors - move away from windows, doors, and outside walls. Do not delay to close or open windows, or to shut off utilities. Move to an interior
0 6/16
2008
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