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Paralegal Badge. U.S. Air Force graphic. Image is 7x3.5 inches @ 300 ppi. Two 24th AF legal officers selected for promotion
The Air Force announced two 24th Air Force Judge Advocate officers among its calendar year 2011 Line of the Air Force - Judge Advocate promotion selectees Oct. 13.Air Forces Cyber's Lt. Col. Jeffrey Sattler was selected to pin on the "full bird" eagles of colonel, and Capt. Sara Dayton was selected for promotion to the rank of major.Among those
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Chief Master Sgt. Mark Renninger (left), 67th Network Warfare Wing command chief, Chief Master Sgt. Patricia Morris, 59th Medical Support Group superintendent, and Chief Master Sgt. Johnny "Mike" Phelps, Robert D. Gaylor Non-Commissioned Officer Academy operations superintendent, pose with their race medals after completing the Air Force Marathon at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Sept. 17. The Lackland AFB, Texas, based chiefs ran the marathon on behalf of the Air Force Enlisted Village as part of a fundraising effort for the Memory Care Unit at the Village for those residents suffering from Alzheimer's and other memory issues. (Courtesy photo) Lackland chiefs run for Memory Care

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Default Air Force Logo 352nd NWS wins 2010 Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Volunteer Unit Award
In the military, volunteerism is considered a selfless act intended to make a difference, not only in the local community, but in the lives of those who give their time. The men and women of the 352nd Network Warfare Squadron were awarded the 2010 Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Volunteer Unit Award by lending their hands in big ways throughout the
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Technical Sgt. Gary Harris, a 24th Air Force personnelist, hands off the baton to Maj. James Hale, 26th Network Operations Group, during the 24-hour POW/MIA Vigil Run at the Gillum Fitness Center track, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, Sept. 15. Volunteers also read aloud the names of American military members listed as prisoners of war or missing in action. Cyberspace operators and support personnel from across 24th Air Force units participated in the Lackland Security Hill vigil. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Scott McNabb) Cyber personnel keep vigil for POW/MIA

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Default Air Force Logo IPv6 conference plans for 'key technology insertion'
More than 60 representatives from across the Air Force and Department of Defense gathered recently in San Antonio for the Internet Protocol version 6 Conference to discuss the status and way ahead for the Air Force's transition to IPv6.As part of the event, 24th Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. Suzanne Vautrinot highlighted the benefits IPv6 will
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2011
Amanda Walker and Airman 1st Class Christopher Farrell, a 54th Combat Communications Squadron ground radar systems journeyman at Robins Air Force Base, Ga., embrace in front of her family home in Euharlee, Ga. The couple recently won an essay contest that bumped their wedding plans up to a grand-scale, $70 thousand wedding. The couple will wed Nov. 19. (Courtesy photo by Tiffani Walker) Robins combat communications Airman, fiancée win $70K wedding
There will be no justice of the peace, no flip flops on the beach and no Elvis-inspired weekend wedding fling in Vegas.When Airman 1st Class Christopher Farrell and Amanda Walker get married, it will be in a quaint, but beautiful chapel on the campus of Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Ga., with the backdrop of a sprawling 68-foot by 35-foot window
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Brig. Gen. Paul Ayers, Air National Guard assitant to the commander, 24th Air Force, prepares to hand out cake after he and the most junior command member present at the ceremony, Senior Airman Joshua Deporto (not pictured), cut the cakes in honor of the 24th Air Force second anniversary, Aug. 18. Personnel gathered to commemorate the accomplishments of the past two years, and to look ahead to growth in the areas of capability, capacity and collaboration. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christine D. Millette) AFCYBER marks second anniversary with focus on way ahead
Twenty-Fourth Air Force celebrated two years of operation with a personnel call and celebration to honor the successes of the past two years Aug. 18, but also looked to the future as the command works to stabilize and baseline its units and operations."The people of 24th Air Force have accomplished great things in the past two years," said Maj.
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force Art Program canvases AFCYBER
Members of the Air Force Art Program recently visited 24th Air Force units to take photos and conduct interviews that will serve as inspiration for paintings designed to grace the walls of the Pentagon, Air Force Space Command and the units surveyed.The first visit took place at Robins Air Force Base, Ga., July 19 where artists toured the units
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Captain Jarrod Stuard, 67th Network Warfare Wing Legal Office, measures out framing on the overhang of a home Aug. 11. He and 24 other members of the wing volunteered that day to help build housing for less fortunate community members of San Antonio. The team built the first level of the roof on this house intended for single parent and her children. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Scott McNabb) 67th NWW members lend a hand through Habitat for Humanity
Twenty-five members of the 67th Network Warfare Wing donated sweat, hard work and smiles to a woman they might never meet.The Airmen spent Aug. 11 working with Habitat for Humanity-San Antonio and put the first layer of a roof on the future home of a single parent family with a total income between 25 and 60 percent of the area median income."The
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Master Sgt. Jason Slaymaker, an instructor with the 39th Information Operations Squadron, evaluates the progress of his students during class July 29. As an instructor for the 39th IOS, Slaymaker provides advanced training to students which in turn provides Air Force and Department of Defense organizations with mission-ready information operations and cyber warfare operators. Slaymaker was recently named the Space Command Instructor of the Year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Ty Lantta) 39th IOS sergeant wins Space Command Instructor of the Year award
A senior non-commissioned officer recently garnered top Air Force Space Command honors for his work as an instructor with the 39th Information Operations Squadron.Master Sgt. Jason Slaymaker didn't call his wife right after he found out he was named best instructor in Space Command because her news was even better. "I would have called my wife with
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