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Staff Sgt. Carys Cloudwalker, 9th Communications Squadron NCO in charge of the Communications Focal Point, troubleshoots a help desk ticket for a commander Dec. 21, 2011. Cloudwalker and other Comm. Airmen can remote into other computer, enabling them to solve issues without dispatching a technician. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Shawn Nickel/Released) Communications Airmen make small differences in a big way
In modern warfare, keeping good communication moving up and down the line can be critical to keeping Beale's 24/7 missions operating smoothly. A team of experts with the 9th Communications Squadron provides service to customers with communication problems and requirements -- often being the one-stop shop to get the right people on the job to fix
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The new Iraq/Afghanistan Dog Tag Memorial before an unveiling ceremony at the Museum of the Forgotten Warrior outside of Beale Air Force Base, Calif., Nov. 10, 2011. The memorial was built to honor all of the servicemembers who have been killed during the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jonathan Fowler/Released) Display memorializes Iraq and Afghanistan veterans
As the sun rose over the barn red walls and freshly laid gravel, slight wind through the new memorial sent 6,297 dog tags swinging, creating a low chiming sound. A crowd of spectators stepped back from thousands of reflections created by the tags, each representing a service member who has lost their life during the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan.
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Default Air Force Logo Wounded warrior program cares for injured Airmen
When his convoy was hit Sept. 15, 2009 by an Explosively Formed Penetrator blast, .50 cal gunner Staff Sgt. Phillip Newlyn would be taken back to his Forward Operating Base in Baghdad, Iraq, then medavaced to Balad Air Base before being transported to Landstuhl, Germany and onward to Walter Reed Medical Hospital, Md. There, Newlyn would spend the
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Tech. Sgt. Thundercloud Hirajeta, heating, ventilation and air conditioning mechanic assigned to special duty, dances in his traditional regalia used in powwows and dance competitions. Hirajeta is a champion Straight Dancer winning several powwow contests throughout Oklahoma. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Robert Scott) Native American Heritage History Month Profile
Name: Thundercloud HirajetaRank: Technical SergeantJob Title: Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning mechanic assigned to special duty.Time in service: 15 yearsWhere does the name Thundercloud come from? "My father named me the day I was born in Panama. When my mother went into labor it was a bright sunny day. My father had to retrieve something
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Default Air Force Logo Sacramento: A rich and dynamic past
What began as a supply town in the mid 1800s for boomtown Gold Rush miners has evolved into one of California's fastest-growing areas. The river city of Sacramento is the California state capitol and home to many historical attractions showcasing its rich and dynamic past. Laid out in a grid fashion, Sacramento is easy to navigate on foot or by
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1st Lt. Melissa Croy does lunges using a Body Pump barbell Aug. 17, 2009 at the Harris Fitness Center. Instructing Body Pump classes is one of Lieutenant Croy's many extra curricular activities which garnered her the 2010 FSS CGO of the year award for ACC. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Sandy Healy) Award winning CGo always on the go
"You can only do good if you set out to do good."Those are the words spoken and lived by 1st Lt. Melissa Croy, 9th Reconnaissance Wing assistant director of staff. Every day she wakes up happy to be alive and enjoying the little things in life.Whether it's having a hot shower every morning, food on her table or any other daily comforts she enjoys,
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