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  • Iceman plays key role in new Afghan Army facility

    When Master Sgt. Mike Stoller, 354th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance, saw the photos of the old vehicle shop in Kabul, he was sold. Not because it was appealing, but because it looked like a challenge. He volunteered for a one-year tour, working as a mentor with the Afghan National Army Air Corps in their vehicle maintenance shop.
  • Wolf Pack 'Committed to Excellence'

    Their name says it all. Junior-enlisted Airmen, each 'Committed to Excellence,' reflecting the name of their organization with the acronym 'A.C.E.' and working to make the lives of their fellow Wolf Pack Airmen a little bit better each day. The organization, serving Kunsan now for only a few years, has grown by leaps and bounds. From a group
  • Bear hunt

  • Eielson youths become Iron Chefs

    Could the youngest members of Eielson become the next Iron Chef? Eielson youth think so. The Youth Center will be conducting Iron Chefs cooking every Tuesday at 1 p.m. starting July 17. Kids ages 9 and up are invited to create their own gourmet food. The youth center will provide the base ingredients, like cookie dough or rice, and a wide
  • Safe to slide

    Although the Ben Eielson High School girls' softball team just finished out its season, a recent upgrade to its home field has them eager to keep playing. "Our softball field had a very abrasive material on it and our girls kept getting cut up every time they would slide on it," said concerned Ravens Coach Shane McAfee. "I solicited the help of the
  • Girls Rule ... again

    One hundred-thirty Hickam Keiki slathered on sunscreen and headed to 32 acres of lake waters nestled in Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden on June 22 for the free, 8th Annual Friends of Hickam Keiki Fishing Tournament. Each child who participated in the tournament went home with a prize, however, Friends of Hickam members joked that the Keiki Fishing