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Default Air Force Logo Program lets Airmen call home for free
All servicemembers, DoD civilians and their families are able to call home for 60 minutes a month on the government's dime under the Morale Call program. "This program is a great way for anyone stationed here to stay in touch with people back in the states," said Tech. Sgt. Matthew Melvin, 51st Communications Squadron voice network systems
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Army offers lateral transfers for Airmen
The Department of Defense's Blue to Green program allows Airmen to continue serving their country by joining the U.S. Army without losing the military benefits they've earned, including rank in most cases. Congress authorized the Blue to Green program in 2003, and many Airmen have utilized it to continue their service, especially when faced with
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2007
OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea --  Capts. Ross Montante and Lisa Pagano are served their dinner at the Officers’ Club Wine ‘n’ Dine Tuesday. The special is held every Tuesday from 5:30 to 8 p.m. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Brok McCarthy) Let Services 'Wine 'N' Dine' you
It was a Tuesday afternoon. I was sitting in my office and I was thinking of something to do that evening to unwind and temporarily forget that tomorrow would only be Wednesday or "Hump Day." While skimming through my monthly Services Magazine, I noticed "Wine 'n' Dine" and thought, "What could be better?" Despite the sad fact I lacked a date with
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2007
SUWON, Republic of Korea --  Staff Sgt. Caesar Alvarado, Detachment 2, 18th Intelligence Squadron, goes high while Staff Sgt. Marcus Harkins and Airman 1st Class Mi Kim, 303rd Intelligence Squadron, go low in cleaning a seemingly endless number of windows at the Little Sisters of the Poor home for Korean elderly in August. Volunteers do monthly chores such as washing windows, cleaning the kitchen, doing yard work, baking cookies, moving furniture and rebuilding damaged infrastructure.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Michael O’Connor) Volunteers soar to new heights
The Osan Air Base Volunteer Resource Program reached an all-time high with more than 90,000 volunteered in on- and off-base communities during the 2006 "Volunteers Make A Difference Every Day" campaign. More than 100 members of Team Osan joined Brig. Gen. Joe Reynes, 51st Fighter Wing commander, during a luncheon at the Officers' Club here Thursday
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2007
OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea --  Spouses were given a tour of the HTACC and KCOIC Tuesday. The tour was given in order to show them where their spouses work on a daily basis. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Chad Strohmeyer) Touring the HTACC

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Low prices meet their match at AAFES
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service's "We'll Match It!" initiative has been updated to allow authorized shoppers to compare prices between the exchange and "warehouse clubs." "Previously, AAFES didn't match 'warehouse clubs' as their shelf prices are offset by required membership fees," said AAFES' Senior Enlisted Advisor Chief Master Sgt. Bryan
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2007
OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea --  James Williams, No. 33 on the Team Osan basketball team, shoots his second free throw during his team’s game against Camp Casey on Sunday. Team Osan had a perfect season, winning all 45 games they played. They are currently in Kadena, Okinawa, to play in a Pacific Air Forces tournament against all other bases in the command. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Brok McCarthy) This had better go in

0 3/08
2007
Are your records up to date? Updating personnel records readiness vital to mission
Nobody can predict the twists and turns that life can take, but with a little bit of preparation Airmen can make the best of any situation. The Air Force Personnel Center has designated March as Personnel Records Readiness Month. Military members should use this opportunity to review such items as their virtual record of emergency data, or vRed,
0 3/06
2007
OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea --  Senior Airman Amayou Smith reads "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" into the camera as part of the "United Through Reading" program here. United Through Reading is a Family Literacy Foundation and United Services Organization program that allows servicmembers at remote locations to read to their children or young family members on video. Airman Smith is with the 51st Communications Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Benjamin Rojek)
Story time: Separated families stay 'United Through Reading'
Once upon a time there was an Airman who traveled all over the world to defend her great nation. Unfortunately, there were times when she couldn't see her young children for months. "How can I keep in touch and let them know I love them?" she asked herself.Well here in Mustang territory, the United Services Organization is giving Team Osan a way to
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2007
OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea --  Members of the Osan Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts take part in a flag retirement ceremony here Saturday. The scouts participated in the event with the Osan Base Honor Guard in retiring eight U.S. flags. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jason Epley) Brownie, red, white and blue

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2007
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