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Members of Team Offutt volunteered to help clean up the Henry Doorly Zoo April 26. To sign up for the May 1 clean up date, visit http://www.omahazoo.com/offutt/. Volunteers will receive a confirmation e-mail prior to the cleanup date.  (U.S. Air Force Photo By/Josh Plueger) Offutt's annual spring clean up at the Henry Doorly Zoo

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2008
(From left to right) 55th Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Kenneth Funderburg, Deputy Base Civil Engineer Mark Jacobsen, 55th Wing Commander Brig. Gen. James Jones and 55th Mission Support Group Commander Col. Michael Stinson participate in the annual Arbor Day Tree Planting April 25th here. Offutt has been named Tree City USA for the last 20 years by the Arbor Day Foundation. (U.S. Air Force Photo By/Jeff Gates) Arbor Day tree planting

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2008
Default Air Force Logo Base library gets bigger, better Wi-Fi
When it comes to promoting education, Offutt continues to lead the way thanks to its educational partners of Bellevue University, Creighton University, Metropolitan Community College, Peru State College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Omaha, and University of Oklahoma, said Sam Myers, lead training manager, Education and
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2008
Colonel (Dr.) Craig Castillo, 55th Aerospace Medicine Squadron commander, relied on his CPR training to help save a woman's life during an Air Combat Command banquet April 4 at Langley Air Force Base, Va. Wing member uses training to save life
During the Air Combat Command Outstanding Airmen's banquet on April 4 at Langley AFB, Va., the grandmother of an award nominee collapsed on a couch and a call went out for help. One Offutt Airmen attending the banquet, Col. (Dr.) Craig Castillo, 55th Aerospace Medicine Squadron commander, assisted by a chief master sergeant, immediately assessed
0 4/23
2008
Default Air Force Logo Being responsible vital when drinking
[Editor's Note: This article applies to individuals of legal drinking age. The only responsible drinking option for those under 21 is no alcohol.] Alcohol consumption is so widely socially accepted in American society, it's very difficult to think of situations that don't involve alcohol consumption. Whether we're enjoying a sporting event with
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2008
Default Air Force Logo IDEA program offers financial rewards
Nine individuals who saved the Air Force 14.7 million were recognized April 8 at the Pentagon. Seven individuals won Air Force Productivity Excellence Awards and two won Air Force Exceptional Innovator Awards.Lt. Gen. Richard Y. Newton III, Air Force deputy chief of staff for manpower, personnel and service, presented plaques to the winners for
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Offutt visit helps tailor science, technology development to meet future AF needs
Offutt recently hosted the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board's Spring meeting bringing the members - top scientists, educators, engineers and experts in many fields - together in one location.This provided the members of the Scientific Advisory Board, some of whom do not have a military background, the opportunity to experience the operational
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2008
Pearl, a mime from the Cirque de Soleil’s Saltimbanco touring troupe, lets Kaydence Erickson, 3, smell a rose after giving her a clown nose during their performance April 1 at the Offutt Youth Center. The performance featured stilt walkers and mimes. The Cirque du Soleil’s touring troupe came to Offutt as part of a special ‘Month of the Military Child’ event during their regular promotional stops for their show in Omaha. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Josh Plueger) The 'Cirque' came to town

0 4/23
2008
SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Two Airmen and one civilian contractor from the 386th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron pause for a group photo with a nine-person aircrew from the 43rd Expeditionary Electronic Combat Squadron following the completion of a mission on March 18, 2008 at an air base in the Persian Gulf Region. The flying unit’s historic 2,276th combat sortie came on the four-year anniversary of the 43rd EECS being consecutively deployed supporting the Global War on Terror. The aircrew and maintenance personnel are deployed from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. (Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Michael O’Connor) 55th Wing Airmen surpass another milestone in AOR
The 43rd Expeditionary Electronic Combat Squadron added another notch to its lineage March 18, marking the fourth consecutive year the Arizona-based unit has been deployed to Southwest Asia supporting the Global War on Terror. Nine aircrew members assigned to the 55th Electronic Combat Group out of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base flew on the 43rd
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Eight CMSAF visits USSTRATCOM, speaks to Airmen
Retired Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Sam Parish visited United States Strategic Command April 3, bringing with him a message of change, values, desire and heritage. Chief Parish, the eighth of 15 chief master sergeants to hold the highest Air Force enlisted position, spoke to more than 150 Airmen in the USSTRATCOM Theater for about 40 minutes
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2008
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