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  • New Exchange General Manager Takes the Reins at the Beale Exchange

    Beale's newest resident, Mary Omler, is ready to make an impact on quality of life here as the Exchange's new General Manager."I'm extremely excited to be at Beale," said Omler. "Taking care of Airmen and their families is my number one priority. I will strive to ensure their needs are met every time they step foot in the Exchange."Omler comes to
  • Beale hosts inaugural AFCEA luncheon

    Team Beale hosted its inaugural Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association luncheon at the Recce Point Club here Aug. 28.More than 75 communication and electronics specialists from Beale and Travis Air Force Base attended the event.The luncheon was facilitated to provide a broader scope and understanding of the communications and
  • Beale Airmen volunteer, provide veterans with basic needs

    More than 70 members of Team Beale volunteered alongside local community groups and fellow service members during the 2012 Veteran's Stand Down at River Bottoms Park in Marysville, Calif., Aug. 23-25.The annual stand down provided basic needs, such as medical, financial, mental and religious services to veterans and their families and especially
  • New program streams visual information to desktops

    Video streaming sites such as Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube allow people to watch on demand content with their personal computers. The 9th Communication Squadron has implemented that trend with Internet Protocol Video Distribution System or IPTV.IPTV is a system allowing the users to view media from broadcast cable channels through their computer
  • National crackdown aims to reduce impaired driving fatalities

    If you drink and drive, beware! Law enforcement agencies throughout the nation are launching the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign Aug.17 - Sept. 3, 2012. The nationwide impaired driving crackdown will include high-visibility enforcement and high-profile events and will be supported by national paid advertising, creating a comprehensive
  • Town hall meeting briefs important subjects, curbs concerns

    The commander of the 9th Reconnaissance Wing, Col. Phil Stewart, hosted a town hall meeting for Airmen and their families Aug. 14 at the Community Activity Center.During the meeting department heads briefed the new Food Transition Initiative, back to school, the Eagle Eyes program, housing privatization and welcomed questions from guests."These are
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