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  • Beale maintains global readiness

    Saying "goodbye" to loved ones before a deployment  can be difficult. The thoughts of "what if something happens while I'm gone?" or "what if I don't out process in time?" can go through your mind.  These thoughts and emotions can be normal for Airmen, but thanks to the guidance and processes given by the Installation Deployments Readiness Cell
  • Congressman discusses key issues with Beale leadership

    Congressman John Garamendi greets Col. Christopher Stricklin, 9th Reconnaissance Wing vice commander (center), and Chief Master Sgt. Randy Kwiatikowski, 9th RW command chief (right) on Beale Air Force Base, California, Apr. 06, 2016. Garamendi met with Beale leadership to discuss electrical infrastructure and wastewater projects. (U.S. Air Force
  • Mosquitoes bugging you?

    It’s that time of year again. The dreaded mosquitoes are coming back. What can we do about it? Who do we contact to get rid of them? Annually, members of Team Beale pose these questions and more. Knowing your enemy is half the battle. Through preventive measures and trained personnel we can hopefully decrease the numbers of our invading nuisances.
  • Beale provides cautionary driving instruction for Airmen

    Beale's safety office spread awareness of the dangers of distracted driving to the base populace with the assistance of the Arrive Alive Tour March 28-29, 2016, at Beale Air Force Base, California.The Arrive Alive Tour provided a demonstration, which gave Airmen the opportunity to experience the realistic effects of driving under the influence, and
  • Team Beale hosts Women’s History Month Mentorship Panel

    Members of Team Beale hosted a Women’s History Month Mentorship Panel to provide personnel the opportunity to ask questions about their experiences as a woman in the Air Force March 25, 2016, at Beale Air Force Base, California. A variety of senior non-commissioned officers and officers volunteered to share their diverse experiences, family
  • AFCOMAC celebrates 30th Anniversary

    The Air Force Combat Ammunition Center (AFCOMAC) celebrated its 30th Anniversary during a ceremony here March 18, 2016.
  • Airman 2 Airman aims to create strategic wingmanship

    Chaplain (Capt.) Timothy Tangen, 9th Reconnaissance Wing chaplain, speaks at the inaugural Airman 2 Airman Prayer Lunch on Beale Air Force Base, California, Mar. 17, 2016. The Beale Chaplain Corps Team held a luncheon for the airmen of team Beale. “Airman 2 Airman” is a Beale Chapel initiative to stand shoulder to shoulder with Airmen creating
  • Team Beale participates in 136th Annual Bok Kai Parade

    2nd Lt. Nancy Gately leads The “Hong Wan Lung” Dragon down the street in Marysville, California, Mar. 12, 2016. Beale Air Force Base volunteers brought the dragon to life for the Bok Kai parade. Beale has been a part of the parade for more than 20 years. The festival celebrates the Chinese Water God of the North. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior
  • CMSAF James Cody meets with Beale Airmen

    Beale Airmen had the opportunity to meet with Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody during his visit March 7 - 9, 2016, at Beale Air Force Base, California.Cody immersed himself within the Beale community visiting an array of work centers, speaking in small group settings with Airmen and holding two all calls allowing Airmen the opportunity
  • Beale introduces its newest Chief Master Sergeants

    More than 100 members of Team Beale gathered to celebrate and recognize its newest and select chief master sergeants March 3, 2016, at Beale Air Force Base, California.Four Airmen were inducted to the top one percent of the enlisted force structure and donned the rank of chief master sergeant. The Airmen are as follows:-Chief Master Sgt. Bobby J.
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