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  • Misawa among 2006 Air Force environmental award winners

    Seven active bases, one Guard wing and one individual were chosen for the Gen. Thomas D. White Environmental Awards for 2006 June 7 at the Pentagon. The Air Force also won four of eight Department of Defense environmental awards. "The Air Force has a long track record of taking care of the

  • Air Force Personnel Center improves four Airman assignment programs

    The Air Force Personnel Center recently improved four Airman assignment programs to further streamline Web-based personnel processes in support of Personnel Services Delivery and personnel transformation initiatives. The four programs include the Career Airman Base of Preference Program, the

  • Misawa welcomes newest members this month

    Misawa welcomes its newest members to their first duty station as latest group of 12 Airmen completed their indoctrination with the First Term Airman's Center June 7. 301st Intelligence Squadron Airman Caley Hayes Airman 1st Class Kyle Mohr Airman 1st Class Samatha Stevens 35th Maintenance Squadron

  • Mother and newborn daughter make it home

    "We weren't sure if she was going to live or not because she's pretty close to the edge of viability," said Jessica Hegoas, looking back on the last four months of her life with a mix of emotions. "It's been a long time of worrying." During that time, Jessica and her husband Staff Sgt. Brandon

  • New Pentagon Channel show helps troops get 'Fit for Duty'

    Hosts of a new show coming to the Pentagon Channel want to make troops hurt, sweat and push them to their limits, but most of all the new show aims to ensure members of the U.S. military are "Fit for Duty." "Fitness is as much a part of the military as the uniform," said retired Master Sgt. Jim

  • New scam targeting military spouses

     The American Red Cross has learned about a new scam targeting military families. This scam takes the form of false information to military families as described below: The caller (young-sounding, American accent) calls a military spouse and identifies herself as a representative from the Red Cross.