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Volunteers from Pratt & Whitney, 72nd Civil Engineering-Housing, 552nd Air Control Wing and even a couple of military spouses and their children helped Natural Resources personnel in a trash cleanup of the Urban Greenway area around base housing and the Scissortail Trail area April 28. Two cubic yards of trash and debris were removed from the area, which was a vast improvement from 2014, the first year Natural Resources held a voluntary cleanup of the area, when they collected 33 cubic yards. (Air Force photo by Kelly White) Keeping Tinker free of debris
Volunteers from Pratt & Whitney, 72nd Civil Engineering-Housing, 552nd Air Control Wing and even a couple of military spouses and their children helped Natural Resources personnel in a trash cleanup of the Urban Greenway area around base housing and the Scissortail Trail area April 28. Two cubic yards of trash and debris were removed from the area,
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Tech Sgt. Eric Crotsley of the 552nd Maintenance Squadron at Tinker Air Force Base, competes in the open division of the Multigun Nationals on April 12-17 in Boulder City, Nev. Crotsley finished 11th. (Courtesy photo) 552nd AMXS shooter excels in tourney
A member of the 552nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Tinker Air Force Base recently finished 11th out of 60 competitors in the open division at the Multi-Gun Nationals in Boulder City, Nev.Tech. Sgt. Eric Crotsley, the 552nd AMXS section chief, competed as part of the four-person U.S. Air Force Action Pistol Team. The April 12-17 tournament was
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Canadian Hockey Team captain, Andrew, left, and U.S. captain David, will help guide their squads May 12 at the Blazers Ice Center 8000 S. Interstate Road, in Oklahoma City.  The ninth annual CAN/US Cup will begin at 6 p.m. for bragging rights among the 552nd Air Control Wing colleagues. Ninth CAN/US Cup puck drops on May 12
Both the Canadian and U.S. team captains are predicting a competitive ice war this month in the ninth annual CAN/US Cup hockey spectacular. “I think it’s going be a completely different game this year because there are different skaters and different skating abilities on both sides,” American captain David said. “It should be a really close game
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Default Air Force Logo 552nd OSS Simulation Training Program named best in Air Combat Command for 2016
The 552nd Operational Support Squadron’s (OSS) Simulation Training Program was recently named the best in Air Combat Command (ACC) for 2016. “This is the third year in a row that the unit has been recognized,” said Lt Col Ryan Fleishauer, Commander of the 552nd OSS. “This award is a reflection of the work, dedication, and incredible talent that
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Maj Ryan, a pilot with the 964th Airborne Air Control Squadron, 552nd Air Control Wing, answers questions from Capt. Samantha Goff, left, Aircraft Maintenance Group, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and 2nd Lt. Wilma Molina, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, during a tour April 21.  The Company Grade Officers were part of the Lieutenant Professional Development Program touring the E-3 Sentry aircraft.  (Air Force photo by Ron Mullan) Company Grade Officers tour E-3 Sentry aircraft
Maj Ryan, a pilot with the 964th Airborne Air Control Squadron, 552nd Air Control Wing, answers questions from Capt. Samantha Goff, left, Aircraft Maintenance Group, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and 2nd Lt. Wilma Molina, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, during a tour April 21. The Company Grade Officers were part of the Lieutenant
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LCol Don Saunders, Commander, Canadian Detachment, explains Mission Crew Commander procedures to LGen Pierre St. Amand, Royal Canadian air force and Deputy Commander, North American Aerospace Defense Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo.  The general was the guest speaker at the Canadian Detachment’s Mess Dining In held 21 Apr 17.   (Air Force photo by Ron Mullan) Canadian Detachment's Mess Dining In
LCol Don Saunders, Commander, Canadian Detachment, explains Mission Crew Commander procedures to LGen Pierre St. Amand, Royal Canadian air force and Deputy Commander, North American Aerospace Defense Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. The general was the guest speaker at the Canadian Detachment’s Mess Dining In held 21 Apr 17. (Air Force
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Lt. Col. Jackie Burns, 552nd Air Control Group, 552nd Air Control Wing, points at her target. She competed in the Wounded Warrior Trials Feb. 17, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev.  For her efforts, Burns earned a spot as an alternate on the Air Pistol team. Over all she won three Silver Medals and one Bronze Medal and a primary spot on the Air Force Wounded Warrior team that will compete in the Warrior Games June 30-July 8 in Chicago,  (Courtesy photo) 552nd ACW Wounded Warrior selected to compete in Warrior Games
Lt. Col. Jacqueline Burns, assigned to the 552nd Air Control Group, 552nd Air Control Wing, attended the 4th annual Air Force Trials for Wounded Warriors in February at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., and has been selected to compete as part of the Air Force Team at the 2017 Warrior Games. The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program is a Congressionally
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552nd AMXS player Michael is raring to run April 18 after he caught a short pass from quarterback Marc. AMXS defeated 552nd MXS 14-0 in intramural football. AMXS’ record bumped up to 4-1 with the win, placing it one game behind undefeated Reserve Gold as of that date. (Air Force photo by John Parker) AMXS blanks rival in ‘Night of Living Shutouts’
552nd AMXS shut out Air Control Wing rival 552nd MXS 14-zip April 18 in Spring Flag Football League play.In what was dubbed the “Night of the Living Shutouts,” AMXS was one of four teams that blanked their opponents. The other defensive dominators were 424th SCMS, 72nd Med Group and Reserve Gold.AMXS’ defensive pressure pushed hard early on,
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552nd Operations Group Commander Col. Richard Land III passes the guidon for the 966th Airborne Air Control Squadron to the new squadron commander, Lt. Col. Lonzo Wallace, during a change of command ceremony April 14.  Lt. Col. Christian Egan relinquished command during the ceremony and 1st Sgt. Henry McRoberts served as the guidon bearer.  The 966th AACS is the largest Formal Training Unit conducting training in ther Air Force's only Programmed Flying Training unit for the E-3B/C AWACS.  The 966th trains 625 students annually for the E-3 Initial Qualifications and Upgrade Training Courses, involving over 33 Air Force syllabi for 15 unique crew positions, more than 2,700 flying hours and $1.6 Billion, in assets. Passing the guidon
552nd Operations Group Commander Col. Richard Land III passes the guidon for the 966th Airborne Air Control Squadron to the new squadron commander, Lt. Col. Lonzo Wallace, during a change of command ceremony April 14. Lt. Col. Christian Egan relinquished command during the ceremony and 1st Sgt. Henry McRoberts served as the guidon bearer. The
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A charter aircraft parks at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, April 22, 2017. Between two aircraft, more than 100 airmen assigned to the 726th Air Control Squadron returned from a six-month deployment to locations throughout Southwest Asia. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel Morse) Hard Rock welcomes home deployers
A charter aircraft parks at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, April 22, 2017. Between two aircraft, more than 100 airmen assigned to the 726th Air Control Squadron returned from a six-month deployment to locations throughout Southwest Asia. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel Morse)
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