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  • Air Force stands up first unmanned aircraft systems wing

    The Air Force's first unmanned aircraft systems wing stood up May 1 at Creech Air Force Base, Nev. As Col. Christopher Chambliss assumed command of the 432nd, a piece of history was revived and a course for the way ahead continued. "This is a monumental day for the Air Force," said Colonel

  • Police Week events

    May 15 has been National Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the week containing May 15 has been National Police Week (sometimes know as Police Memorial Week) since President John F. Kennedy signed Public Law 87-726 on October 1, 1962. The following events are planned for here:May 14, 10 a.m. at Edgren

  • Living overseas? Voting just got a little bit easier

    If you are living overseas, getting information regarding the absentee voting process just got a little bit easier. If you have any questions or concerns, the Department of State and the Federal Voting Assistance Program have created a list of email addresses you may use to contact your local

  • As temperatures rise, 14th EFS looking forward to coming home

    We are well on our way to a smooth transition and redeployment. Billeting and transportation are secured. Outprocessing briefings are scheduled throughout the month, and we have begun our outprocessing checklists. All decorations were submitted on time and are finalized. Folks have started mailing

  • General serves as Misawa City's 'Mayor for a Day'

    The 35th Fighter Wing commander was appointed as Misawa City's "Mayor for a Day" Jan. 12 as a way to promote cultural awareness and increase goodwill. Misawa City Mayor Shigeyoshi Suzuki offered the opportunity to Brig. Gen. Sam Angelella, 35th FW commander, and thanked the general for a job