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  • Reserve RED HORSE Squadron to be activated at Beale

    The Air Force has formally announced the activation of the 583rd RED HORSE Squadron here.The mobile heavy construction civil engineering unit will be the sixth such squadron in the Air Force Reserve Command and the first on the West Coast. The squadron will stand-up in March, according to a memo released by Headquarters AFRC. The activation of the
  • The season for hearts brings spouses of deployed together

    More than 80 spouses and children of deployed Airmen came together for a Hearts Apart Dinner at the Contrails Inn Dinning Facility Feb. 6.The Airmen & Family Readiness Center together with Beale's first sergeants hosted the dinner for families to get together for a night of food, fun and prizes."There are so many unexpected challenges that come up
  • Fueling the high flyers- How America’s high-flying aviators stay fueled

    Peach cobbler, chicken-a-la-king, key lime pie, or even the classic sloppy joe don't compare to a home cooked meal, but U-2 Dragon Lady pilots say the food they eat while flying long missions is delicious.While wearing a fully pressurized suit, pilots aren't able to open the visors on their helmets and have limited range of motion to feed
  • Beale celebrates 50 years of scouting

    The Boy Scouts of America Troop 44, which is based out of Beale held a dinner Jan. 26 at the Recce Point Club to celebrate their 50th anniversary.The Troop was first chartered in 1963 under the Butte Area District of the Golden Empire Council in Northern California.The guest speaker for the event was Col. Phil Stewart, 9th Reconnaissance Wing
  • Beale Airmen Give Back

    Members from the 9th Munitions Squadron volunteered to move office materials and furniture to a new location for the Yuba City Downtown Business Association in Yuba City Calif., Jan. 23.Volunteer opportunities for Airmen at Beale are abundant. In 2012, Beale Airmen participated in more than 200 community outreach events involving 4,962 Airmen in 32
  • Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office gets new home

    The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office is slated to be at a new location in Building 2400 on the corner of Warren Shingle Road and C Street by the end of January.Moving will give SAPRO, often referred to as the SARC office, more space for training and provide a more visible location to better serve Airmen.Dr. Michael Stacy, 9th
  • 9th CES structure fire

    A structure fire started at approximately 2:30 p.m. yesterday at a 9th Civil Engineer Squadron building here. Beale Air Force Base firefighters along with several cooperating agencies from the surrounding area responded to the scene and controlled the fire. Beale firefighters and emergency response crews remained on scene overnight to extinguish
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