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A U-2 Dragon Lady, from Beale Air Force Base, Calif., prepares to land at RAF Fairford, United Kingdom, June 9, 2015. U-2 pilots have a small margin of space to effectively land the plane without causing damage to the aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jarad A. Denton/Released) On final approach
The sunlight seemed to rise and greet him, as he sailed along an endless sea of clouds."It was very surreal," he said. "You look outside, and know you're somewhere over the coastline. But all you see is a sea of clouds. It's very peaceful."For more than 16 years Lt. Col. Alex Castro called the sky home - navigating it on the steel wings of the U-2
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Col. Christopher Stricklin, 9th Reconnaissance Wing vice commander, poses for a photo May 5, 2015, at Beale Air Force Base, California. Stricklin is Beale’s new vice commander, as of June 9, 2015. He was previously assigned as deputy director and U.S. senior national representative, NATO Center of Excellence-Defense Against Terrorism, Ankara, Turkey. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ramon A. Adelan/Released)  The 9th Reconnaissance Wing new vice commander: Q&A
Team Beale welcomed Col. Christopher Stricklin as the new 9th Reconnaissance Wing vice commander June 9, 2015, at Beale Air Force Base, California. Stricklin was previously assigned as deputy director and U.S. senior national representative, NATO Center of Excellence-Defense Against Terrorism, Ankara, Turkey.Stricklin a Shelby, Alabama, native,
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Lt. Col. Laura K. Jones, 9th Medical Operations Squadron commander. Stress and Resiliency
Do you know anyone who isn't at times feeling stressed these days? It's not uncommon to juggle multiple responsibilities, work, home life, deployments, but stress is not always a bad thing. Stress is simply the body's response to changes that create challenging demands. The pace of our everyday lives makes stress management an essential life skill.
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Tech. Sgt. Michael Sangria, 9th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron assistant first sergeant and Yuba-Sutter Amateur Radio Club member, poses for a photo in front of his radio equipment May 9, 2015, at Beale Air Force Base, California. Sangria participated in the annual Armed Forces Cross band Communications Test with Steve Albrecht, YSARC member. This annual event gives amateur radio operators and shortwave listeners an opportunity to demonstrate their technical skills and to receive recognition from the appropriate military radio stations. (Courtesy photo) Beale Airman participates in the Annual Armed Forces Cross band Communications Test 2015
The annual Armed Forces Cross band Communications test offered amateur radio operators a chance to use modern military communication modes May 9 to 10, 2015.This annual event gives amateur radio operators and shortwave listeners an opportunity to demonstrate their technical skills and to receive recognition from the appropriate military radio
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Sara Todd, Anastasia Nikolaeva, Gabrielle Hayes, Jessica Calahorrano, and Marissa Rodriguez (left to right), high school students and children of military service members, receive scholarships from the Beale Officers' Spouses' Club May 19, 2015, at Beale Air Force Base, Calif. The total amount of the scholarships awarded was $12,000. (Courtesy photo) BOSC awards scholarships to local military students
The Beale Officers' Spouses' Club is honored to have awarded a total of $12,000 in scholarship funds to five deserving students. All of this year's recipients are children of local military service members. The scholarship recipients are:-- Gabrielle Hayes, Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts-- Anastasia Nikolaeva, Whitney High School-- Jessica
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force moves to bring about RPA mission relief
The Air Force is pursuing a range of options that will, in combination with a reset in the number of sustainable combat air patrols, help alleviate long-term stress on Remotely Piloted Aircraft crews.Initial efforts were announced by the Air Force Secretary and Chief of Staff earlier this year; new initiatives include incentive pay increases and
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Default Air Force Logo Dispelling remotely piloted aircraft myths
Public interest in remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) continues to grow thanks to increasing non-military uses and portrayal in popular culture. For the Air Force, remotely piloted aircraft are and will continue to be a vital mission set delivering vital airpower to combatant commanders throughout the world.While the demands placed upon the Airmen
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Senior Airman Jan C. Flores, 9th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron radio frequency technician (center) and fellow selectees for the All-Air Force Men's Volleyball Trial Camp pose for a photo on the Air Force training court at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., May 6, 2015. Airmen who earn a spot on the final team will go on to represent the Air Force at the Armed Forces National Men’s Volleyball Championship in Detroit, May 22 to 27, 2015. (Courtesy photo) Beale Airmen selected for Air Force Volleyball Trial Camp
Two Beale Airmen have been selected to participate in the All-Air Force Men's Volleyball Trial Camp at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., May 4 to 21, 2015.Senior Airman Jan C. Flores, 9th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron radio frequency technician, and Senior Airman Michael, 13th Intelligence Squadron geospatial analyst, are two of the 21 Airmen chosen
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2015
Staff Sgt. Nicholas Patton, 446th Force Support Squadron services craftsman, serves pasta during lunch at the Contrails Dining Facility on Beale Air Force Base, April 23. In addition to his food service training Patton is trained in lodging, fitness, recreation and mortuary affairs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brenda Davis) 446th FSS provides reinforcements at Beale AFB
 A team of services specialists from the 446th Force Support Squadron refined their skills during their two-week annual training tour, as guests of the 9th FSS Sustainment Services Flight at Beale Air Force Base, Calif.The half-dozen McChord Airmen were there April 13 to 27, 2015, supporting services operations, and fulfilling their skill-level
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Dr. Mica Endsley, Chief Scientist of the U.S. Air Force, sits in an altitude chamber in preparation for a U-2 Dragon Lady high-altitude flight at Beale Air Force Base, Calif., April 23, 2015. Endsley’s mission is to serve as the chief scientific adviser to the Chief of Staff and Secretary of the Air Force, and provide assessments on a wide range of scientific and technical issues affecting the Air Force mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by John Schwab/Released) Chief Scientist of the Air Force visits Beale
The Chief Scientist of the Air Force, Dr. Mica Endsley visited Beale Air Force Base, Calif., April 22 to 25, 2015, to learn about the 9th Reconnaissance Wing's intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance mission.The Gold Canyon, Ariz. native was selected as the Chief Scientist June 2013. Her mission is to serve as the scientific adviser to the
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