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  • 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
  • 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
  • "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
  • Removal of possible asbestos-containing soil to begin in 08

    In January, the 460th Civil Engineer Squadron will start removing soil south of the base exchange and commissary that possibly contains asbestos.Mr. Bruce James, chief of the 460th CES Environmental Flight, said the project will be underway Monday through Friday for about 45 days. This area of the base housed the former World War II hospital
  • Chiefs add feather to cap against Eagles, win 8-6

    The Chiefs squeaked out an 8-6 victory against the Eagles Friday using a defensive stand to deny a come-from-behind victory in the waning seconds of the game. Christopher Ayres, 460th Operations Group commander, deals with pressure situations for a living, but came just short of snaring a victory for his team during the yearly battle that pits
  • Be on the lookout for holiday "blues"

    The holiday season can bring many wonderful things: crisp air, white snow, holiday lights, nights by the fire, ornaments and mistletoe. But for many people the season is a challenge and leads to increased stress or "the blues." Whether someone is a season's greeter or not, the holidays can take a toll. Here are a few recommendations to help through
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