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Lt. Col. John T. Russell, 963rd AACS, commander, prepares to pass the traditional Blue Knights' sword over to Lt. Col. Robert M. Haines, who accepted command of the squadron March 7 in a change of command ceremony officiated by Col. Christof P. Cordes, 552nd Operations Group, commander (seated). 963rd AACS welcomes new commander
Lt. Col. John T. Russell, 963rd Airborne Air Control Squadron commander, relinquished his command of the Blue Knights to Lt. Col. Robert M. Haines, 966th Airborne Air Control Squadron director of operations, in a ceremony March 7. The change of command was presided over by Col. Christof P. Cordes, 552nd Operations Group commander, who applauded
0 3/19
2008
Lt. Col. Darrell Steele, 552nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, commander Keep your eyes off the mirror
"Life's most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?" - Martin Luther King, Jr. Certainly many of you reading this have a desire to serve. After all, you volunteered to serve our nation. But what does it mean to "successfully serve?" I'm certainly not qualified to add anything to Dr. King's eloquent words, nor do I
0 3/19
2008
Col. Keith Frede, 552nd Maintenance Group commander, congratulates his Airmen after their successful completion of the ACC LSET inspection. The group received an above-average 89.5 percent rating. 552nd Maintenance Group celebrates after inspection
The 552nd Maintenance Group celebrated with a burger burn after successfully completing a week-long inspection by the Air Combat Command Logistics Standardization and Evaluation Team Feb 25-29. Col. Keith Frede, 552nd Maintenance Group commander, addressed the Airmen and applauded their 89.5% finish and almost complete lack of safety issues. He
0 3/19
2008
Brigadier General Lori J. Robinson, 552nd ACW Commander, teaches DelQuest students about the E-3 Sentry and the mission of the 552nd Air Control Wing. Photo compliments of Visual Information. Exceptional Del City students visit the 552nd Air Control Wing through DelQuest
Airmen from the 552nd Air Control Wing spent an afternoon mentoring 25 gifted high school students from the Del City district November 8 as they toured the E-3 aircraft and mission simulators. The event was sponsored by the DelQuest Future Leaders of America Program, which selects deserving high school juniors from the Del City district to
0 3/06
2008
Senior Airman Chris Harlan is congratulated by one of his supervisors, Staff Sgt. Jason Malin, for his heroic act. Airman saves four lives, a true hero
An Airman from the 552 Air Control Wing is lauded a hero after a short swim with some friends turned into a lifesaving venture over Columbus Day weekend. Senior Airman Chris Harlan, 965th Airborne Air Control Squadron, was on his way back from Kansas with two friends when they decided to stop at Turner Falls, a state park an hour south of Oklahoma
0 3/06
2008
Default Air Force Logo Wingman: Leader, follower, friend
Since 2004, the Air Force has encouraged Airmen to embrace the Wingman concept. However, some non-flyers have asked how this concept applies to them. Our heritage stems from Airmen taking care of each other in the air and on the ground. In practical terms any Airmen can relate to, being a "Wingman" in today's Air Force calls for you to be a leader,
0 3/06
2008
Lt. Col. Ronald Henry, 966th Airborne Air Control Squadron commander Expeditionary is Our Middle Name
Expedition: "Sent on military service abroad..." -Webster's Collegiate Dictionary I know you are saying, "...Great, more talk about the Airman's Manual" Ten years ago, "words" like Manas and Bagram were not part of our daily conversations. But, being expeditionary is an important part of our heritage. Ever since 1916 when Major General Benjamin D.
0 3/06
2008
Kyle Hickey and his son Zacariah, 2, speak face to face with "Mommy," 1st
Lt. Gloria Ramirez-Hickey from the 963rd Airborne Air Control Squadron, who
was deployed for the holidays. Chief MSgt. Kevin Slater of the 380th
Expeditionary Wing, contacted the shirts of the 552nd Air Control
Wing and 72nd Air Base Wing Security Forces to set up video
teleconferencing for loved ones who would be away on Christmas. Familiar Faces for the Holidays

0 1/09
2008
CAMP LEMONIER, Djibouti -- Chief Master Sgt. John R. Harris Jr., outgoing senior enlisted advisor for Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, salutes Rear Adm. James Hart, CJTF-HOA commander, during a Relief and Appointment Ceremony at Camp Lemonier's New Cantina Sept. 29. The ceremony marked the end to Harris' 13-month tour as HOA's senior enlisted leader and featured the passing of the sword, which represents the turnover of senior enlisted responsibilities from Harris to Navy Command Master Chief Roy Maddocks. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Mary Popejoy (RELEASED) Chief returns to Tinker after serving in CJTF- Horn of Africa
Chief Master Sgt. John R. Harris Jr., command senior enlisted leader for Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, returned to Oklahoma City Wednesday after spending 13 months in Djibouti. As the principal enlisted advisor to the commander, Chief Harris worked to integrate, utilize and sustain more than 2,000 U.S. and coalition forces serving in
0 10/12
2007
Airmen begin their 5K run as the sun rises on the second annual Prisoner of War/Missing In Action Memorial Run Sept. 28.  About 1,500 Airmen across Tinker participated in the event, which began at the POW/MIA memorial in the Tinker Air Park, wound through the base and ended on the 72nd Air Base Wing headquarters lawn.  (Photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Fowler) Tinker Airmen remember POW/MIAs through exercise, sweat
The jodi calls float through the cool morning air as a long, thin line of Airmen in black T-shirts jog in formation around Tinker as the sun slowly rises in the east. Running two-by-two, Airmen from units across Tinker used sweat and exercise to honor those who were held as prisoners of war and/or missing in action during Tinker's second annual
0 10/01
2007
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