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Default Air Force Logo Never too late to submit application for an AETC special duty assignment
The Air Education and Training Command Special Duty Assignments Team visited Buckley Feb. 27 to cover all aspects of Air Force special duty opportunities. Air Force members who missed the visit can still apply for an AETC special duty assignment. For more information about recruiter opportunities and an application, visit www.rs.af.mil or call DSN
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2008
Default Air Force Logo AETC special duty assignments team briefing
Anyone who's ever wanted the opportunity to recruit sharp individuals into the Air Force as an Air Force recruiter, or mold civilians into Airmen as an Air Force military training instructor should look to the Air Education and Training Command Special Duty Assignments Team for information about these careers. The team will visit Buckley Feb. 27
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2008
Tech. Sgt Jeffrey Dickson, from the 460th Civil Engineer Squadron, checks his blade for wear while plowing the parking lot at the Buckley Base Exchange and Commissary during a snowstorm Dec. 27.  When the blade wears down to shorter than two fingers, he will replace it. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Adrianne Michele) Snow removers plow through Buckley

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2007
The Mobile Emergency Operations Center drives through Buckley's base housing for the base's holiday parade Dec. 21. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Dallas Edwards) Buckley hosts holiday parade

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2007
Santa Clause passes out cookies to work areas on Buckley Air Force Base during the annual Cookie Caper Dec. 19. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Steve Czyz) Buckley celebrates holiday with Cookie Capers

0 12/26
2007
Default Air Force Logo SW/CC offers holiday message
Margie and I wish the happiest of holidays to you all! Much has happened this last year in our mission operations, support and medical arenas, and all of you should be proud of jobs very well done. I can't mention all the accomplishments, but let me mention a few. You all deserve it. We hosted the Secretary of the Air Force, who saw our newest
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2007
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- 37-year-old then Capt. Perry Jefferson (left), with Army Capt. Kent Brown, failed to return from an observation mission on April 3, 1969. Maj. Jefferson's remains were identified this year after a Vietnamese national living in California turned them over to U.S. officials, in 2001, stating that they were recovered at a site where two U.S. pilots crashed. (Photo courtesy of the Colorado Air National Guard) Guard Officer Missing in Action from Vietnam is identified
The remains of Maj. Perry Jefferson, a Colorado Air National Guardsman killed in Vietnam in 1969, have been identified, according to the Defense Prisoner of War and Missing Personnel Office, which made the announcement on Dec. 18. Major Jefferson will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery near Washington, D.C., on April 3, the 39th anniversary
0 12/20
2007
Default Air Force Logo "Bait, switch" -- Understanding some auto selling practices
The "bait and switch" takes many forms, such as false advertising, low-balling or falsifying information so beware of this practice when purchasing and financing a car.Many consumers may respond to a specific advertisement but will not get the car on the credit terms that were advertised. If this happens, locating the ad is the quickest way to
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2007
BALAD AIR BASE, Iraq -- Lt. Col. Jim Fogle, 332nd Expeditionary Fighter Squadron officer-in-charge, explains his mission to Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter during his visit here, Dec. 12. The Governor is traveling through the area of responsibility visiting Guardsmen deployed from his state. Colonel Fogle is deployed from the 140th Fighter Wing, Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. John Nimmo, Sr.) Colorado governor visits Airmen in Iraq

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2007
BALAD AIR BASE, Iraq -- Col. Steven Shepro, 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing vice commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Paul Wheeler, 332nd AEW command chief, hold up a fin kit as Staff Sgt. Gary Lawrence, 332nd Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron Ammunitions Flight, attaches it to the bomb body here, Dec. 5. Sergeant Lawrence who is deployed from Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. was able to work alongside wing leaders during the bomb build. Colonel Shepro is deployed from Pope Air Force Base, N.C., Chief Wheeler is deployed from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Joshua Garcia) Red Tail bomb building

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2007
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