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  • Beale lodging upgrades internet capabilities

    The Gold Country Inn is in the process of completing its 1.5 million dollar upgrade to boost Internet performance throughout lodging facilities base wide early May.The 9th Force Support Squadron lodging office saw the need for the upgrade from customer feedback and comment cards."It was the number one issue customers relayed to us about their
  • Under Secretary of the Air Force visits Beale

    Under Secretary of the Air Force Erin Conaton visited here March 6-8 to learn more about Beale's continuing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance mission.During her visit, Conaton toured the 548th ISR Group, aircraft static displays, Beale's flying squadrons, the 9th Physiological Support Squadron and met with Airmen during breakfast and an
  • Beale Outdoor Adventure Center best in ACC

    Although it's often described as being a remote base, or in the middle of nowhere, one Beale agency is determined to showcase all that the base, and the local area, has to offer. Whether it's offering discounted concert and sporting event tickets or renting out camping gear, Beale's Outdoor Adventure Center, recently named best Outdoor Recreation
  • Team Beale kicks off 2012 AFAF

    The 2012 Beale Air Force Assistance Fund kicked off Mar. 5, and runs through Apr. 13. The fundraising campaign is a program that benefits Air Force families in need, and is managed by Airmen at the local level. The AFAF is an Air Force-wide program in its 39th year which benefits active-duty members, Reserve, Guard, retirees, and surviving spouses
  • Tuskegee Airmen visit Beale

    Members of a local Tuskegee Airmen Inc. chapter toured the base and showed a screening of the new George Lucas film "Red Tails," Feb. 24, in honor of the base's celebration of African-American/Black History Month. The term Tuskegee Airmen refers to all who were involved in the Army Air Corps program to train African-Americans to fly and maintain
  • Agency photographer receives combat award

    Armed with a camera and an uncompromising resolve to accomplish the mission, an Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency Airman earned an honored place in the annals of combat photography.Senior Airman Chanise Epps, an aerial imagery production journeyman with the 9th Intelligence Squadron, Beale Air Force Base, Calif., earned
  • Beale hosts National Prayer Luncheon

    Team Beale hosted the annual National Prayer Luncheon at the Recce Point Club Feb. 16.Air Combat Command's Command Chaplain, Col. Gregory L. Tate was the guest speaker at the "Unity and All Mighty God" themed event.The National Prayer Luncheon is a tradition that dates back to 1953 during the administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
  • Military Saves classes teach dollars, cents

    The Beale Airman & Family Readiness Center is hosting a day of free financial classes March 1 in recognition of Military Saves Week. In its sixth year, Military Saves Week is an Office of Secretary of Defense initiative designed to help military members and their families with their financial goals, including building savings and decreasing debt.