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Lieutenant Col. Jimmy Warren assumes command of the 965th Airborne Air Control Squadron March 23 as he receives the ceremonial guide-on from Col. Patricia Hoffman, commander, 552nd Air Control Wing. 965 AACS Welcomes New Commander
Lieutenant Col. Andreas Forstner, commander, 965th Airborne Air Control Squadron, relinquished his command of the Golden Falcons to Lieutenant Col. Jimmy Warren, formerly the director of operations for the 552nd Operations Support Squadron, in a ceremony March 23. The change of command was presided over by Col. Patricia Hoffman, commander, 552nd
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Master Sgt. Bruce Faris, 964th Airborne Air Control Squadron, works to construct a fence around the Moore Community Garden March 7. Airmen help create community garden
Volunteers from the 552nd Air Control Wing spent their day off March 7 helping build a fence and planting bed for the Moore Community Garden project at the Westmore Trails Park. Master Sgt. Bruce A. Faris, superintendent of training, 964th Airborne Air Control Squadron, was happy to help create the eight vegetable garden plots, which will be
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Lt. Col. Robert Haines, 963rd Expeditionary Airborne Air Control Squadron commander addresses a room full of CGOs on professional development. Colonel Haines is deployed from Tinker AFB, Okla. (U.S. Air Force photo by Captain Jennifer Pearson) (Released) Professional development while deployed
The 380th Air Expeditionary Wing company grade officer council held a professional development seminar here, last week. Lt. Col. Robert Haines, 963rd Expeditionary Airborne Air Control Squadron commander, the guest speaker, addressed a room full of the company grade officer council. At the request of the CGOC, Colonel Haines focused his remarks on
0 3/04
2009
Brig. Gen.  Michael G. Colangelo, Arizona National Guard commander, and Brig. Gen. Kurt Neubauer, 56th FW commander, perform the ribbon cutting for the 107th Air Controller Squadron's new facility at Luke AFB.  (A.F. Photo by Tech. Sgt. Jeffrey A. Wolfe) 107 ACS moves in with 552 ACW's 607 ACS at Luke
Papago Park in Phoenix no longer serves as the home of the 107th Air Control Squadron. Instead, the 107th ACS, an Air National Guard unit, gathered its Airmen and their unique mission and moved to a more advantageous site - Luke Air Force Base. "Planning for the move began in 2006," said Maj. Kevin George, 107th ACS chief of maintenance. "Luke
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Wednesday, March 4, 2009 is Military Appreciation Night at the Oklahoma City Thunder game at 1900 at the Ford Center. OKC Thunder Military Appreciation Night
Wednesday, March 4, 2009 is Military Appreciation Night at the Oklahoma City Thunder Game at 7:00 p.m. at the Ford Center. The whole evening will be devoted to honoring and showing appreciation for our nation's servicemembers. Tickets are available at a discounted rate for military members and their family. To purchase $26 tickets for only $16, go
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The 552nd Air Control Wing Annual Award Winners 2008, Left to right: Mr. Brian D. Zbydniewski, Master Sgt Tate Beaufeaux, Master Sgt. Sheila A. Beaufeaux, Master Sgt. Joshua H. Phillips, Master Sgt. Laprell E. Ellis, guest and Capt. Levi A. Rains, Senior Master Sgt. Paul C. Balma and Mrs. Balma, Senior Airman Lacey M. Echeverry, Airman First Class Jeffrey Echeverry, and Ms. Julie A. Cook and Mr. Cook. Congratulations to Wing Annual Award Winners
The 552nd Air Control Wing would like to congratulate the annual award winners for 2008. Thank you for all of your hard work and diligence. Your efforts have helped ensure the wing's successful completion of the mission every day. You are fine role models for the men and women of the 552nd Air Control Wing.Civilian GS-8 and Below of the Year:Ms.
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Col. George Carpenter, commander, 552nd Operations Group congratulates the new commander of the 960th Airborne Air Control Squadron Vikings, Lieutenant Col. Paul Oldham, during a change of command ceremony February 12. 960 AACS Welcomes New Commander
Col. Lawrence A. Brundidge, commander, 960th Airborne Air Control Squadron, relinquished his command of the Vikings to Lieutenant Col. Paul M. Oldham, formerly the director of operations for the 965th Airborne Air Control Squadron, in a ceremony February 12. The change of command was presided over by Col. George Carpenter, commander, 552nd
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The large antennas that are part of the CREW system are easy to spot on the Army vehicles in convoy. Photo courtesy of Master Sgt. Steven Sutton. 552 ACW Airmen support CREW; protect lives
Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices are a common threat to lives in deployed locations, yet the casualties due to these RCIEDs are becoming fewer as Airmen from Tinker Air Force Base step up to help. Several members from the 552nd Air Control Wing have voluntarily deployed to some of the most dangerous areas of the world to operate and
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2009
An Airman makes the final gas mask adjustments before the Gas Mask ROE event at the ATSO Rodeo Jan. 30. ATSO Rodeo prepares wing for 2009 ORI
Gas masks and fake blood were a common sight as over 180 Airmen from nine squadrons gathered in Dock two to participate in the first ATSO Rodeo of the year Jan 30. The purpose of the ATSO (Ability to Survive and Operate) Rodeo is "to challenge knowledge of ATSO topics and to enhance combat skills required to survive and operate in wartime
0 2/03
2009
Staff Sgt. Benjamin Koren, 728th Air Control Squadron radar maintenance journeyman from Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., makes adjustments to level the transit at the 607th ACS TPS-75 radar training site Jan. 22. The transit is a device used to see where the TPS-75 radar will start and stop transmitting — also known as “blanking.”  (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Ronifel Yasay) ACS launches new radar training initiative
LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. -- Eight Airmen from different major commands are participating in a 11-week training program here hosted by the 607th Air Control Squadron to teach them a vital part of their career. The program provides hands-on training for the TPS-75 Air Control and Warning long-range radar used by control and reporting centers in Air
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