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  • Spouses to Teachers Expands to Pacific

    Military spouses living overseas and interested in a professional and portable teaching career now have additional assistance with the Spouses to Teachers program. Effective throughout the U.S. Pacific Command since Feb. 1, Spouses to Teachers offers resources and counseling to military spouses searching for employment in Alaska, Hawaii, Japan,
  • Keating takes helm of U.S. Pacific Command

    Admiral Timothy J. Keating, former commander of U.S. Northern Command, assumed command of U.S. Pacific Command in a ceremony here today. Admiral Keating assumed command from Lt. Gen. Daniel P. Leaf, deputy commander of PACOM, who served as acting commander after the departure of Admiral William J. Fallon March 12 to U.S. Central Command. Admiral
  • Airmen in the Fight: C-17 Crew Delivers Supplies and Troops to and from Iraq

    It's late in the afternoon on Spangdahlem Air Base Germany and the crew of Reach 5152 are preparing for the evening's mission. Up in the flight deck pilots First Lieutenant Mike Boyer and Captain John Ramsey are running pre-flight checklists, while down below Staff Sergeant Ryan Page and Master Sergeant Mike Cumberland are checking the cargo and
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  • Professional Women Share Past Hardships

    Five professional women shared their struggles at Wednesday's Women's History Month Brown Bag Luncheon held at the Nellis Chapel Annex. "You should be barefoot and pregnant," said luncheon panelist Chief Master Sgt. Debra Garza, Security Forces Manager, quoting her ex-boyfriend's father telling her as she first expressed her decision to join the
  • Airmen visit Australian primary school

    At a primary school about 15 kilometers from this year's Australian International Air Show, a group of Airmen introduced themselves and the U.S. Air Force to local primary school students curious about the airplanes they've seen flying overhead during the last few days. During the school visit the group took questions from the kids who wanted to
  • Alaska team effort aids injured British Sailor

    Team Alaska came through for a wounded British Sailor Wednesday when he was injured during a deadly explosion aboard the Royal Navy submarine HMS Tireless operating in Arctic waters north of Prudhoe Bay. The submarine experienced an explosion of a self-contained oxygen generation candle that killed two Sailors and injured the third late Tuesday
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