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  • Food Initiative to provide more availability, healthy choices

    Team Beale will begin to see changes in 9th Force Support Squadron food service operations starting Oct. 1, as the Food Transformation Initiative expands to Beale.FTI is a dining program designed to provide Airmen with improved food quality, variety, availability and facilities."The initiative has many customer-focused aspects," said Capt. Anthony
  • Crossing into the red, white, blue

    An Airman from the 9th Force Support Squadron took the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America at the Airmen Family Readiness Center here July 27. Airman 1st Class Princess Sheriffa Okai was born in Ghana, West Africa, where she spent most of her childhood until the day her family moved to Long Island, N.Y., in 2007. Okai entered Basic
  • Etiquette for the sound of music

    The giant voice system echoes music across the base four times throughout the day. What does the music signify and what is each Airman expected to do? Recently questions have arisen as how to properly show respect during these ceremonies. Col. Phil Stewart, 9th Reconnaissance Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Robert White, 9th RW command chief,
  • Military Appreciation Night at Gold Sox game

    More than 75 Airmen participated in the opening ceremonies of a Marysville Gold Sox baseball game at Appeal-Democrat Park, Marysville Calif., July 29.The Military Appreciation Night honored servicemembers and veterans with Beale Airmen unfurling a large American flag in center field during the national anthem. "This is another example of the great
  • 2012 Team Beale Second Quarter Awards luncheon

    The 2012 Second Quarter Awards luncheon was held July 19 at the Recce Point Club to recognize Airmen and civilian employees who had been graded on leadership, job performance, self improvement, and base and community involvement.Nominees had won at the squadron and group levels prior to being awarded at the wing level, with the difficult task of
  • Beale ushers in new defense team

    Members of Team Beale may have noticed new Department of the Air Force uniformed officers at the gates and patrolling the base as of November 2011 but should prepare to be seeing them much more soon.The guards and police officers have taken many of the entry control and patrol responsibilities and from the 9th Security Forces Squadron with their 12
  • Air Force Cadet plays for Marysville Goldsox

    Air Force Academy cadet Seth Kline took a three week Operation Air Force tour here June 25 - July 13. In his three week tour the Mountain West All-Conference Baseball Team sophomore standout will play summer baseball for the Marysville Goldsox."I love it," said Kline. "The Goldsox have great coaches."The Goldsox are a summer league baseball team
  • Paralympic gold medalist speaks at Olympic Day

    A Paralympic gold medalist spoke to members of Team Beale during Olympic Day at the Youth Center here June 27. Jennifer Kelchner said she was only four years old when she was injured in an accident which took her right leg. She told students about what inspired her to not give up on her dreams. At the age of seven she met the members of the United
  • Servicemembers honored during MLS showdown

    The Stanford University stadium rumbled as more than 50,000 soccer fans cheered in honor of a formation from each branch of the U.S. military who marched on the field during half time of the L.A. Galaxy versus San Jose Earthquakes game June 30.More than 300 servicemembers participated in the military appreciation night which highlighted the
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