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Default Air Force Logo Senior leader retirements, assignments
The following are senior leaders in ACC who scheduled to retire: Maj. Gen. Kenneth M. Decuir, Air Combat Command vice commander, Langley AFB, Va. Col. Harvey L. Hammond Jr., 98th Operations Group commander, Nellis AFB, Nev. The following are senior leaders in ACC who have been selected for assignment: Maj. Gen. Stephen M. Goldfein, Air Force
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2006
The F-16A evolved from a 1972 USAF Lightweight Fighter (LWF) prototype program which sought a small, lightweight, low cost, air superiority day fighter designed for high performance and ease of maintenance. (b/w), Graphic courtesy of NASA 
ACC releases details on Shaw F-16 crash
An F-16CJ pilot ejected from his aircraft over the Atlantic Ocean Apr. 5, 2006 after experiencing a Gravity-Induced Loss of Consciousness and awaking to find his aircraft in an unrecoverable dive, according to an Air Combat Command report released today. The pilot suffered serious injuries during the high-speed ejection, which took place while the
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2006
Staff Sgt. Brian Gaylor, 77th Fighter Squadron crew chief, pre-flights an F-16 engine prior to launch in support of Operation Dynamic Weasel June 29, 2006, at Shaw AFB, S.C. Operation Dynamic Weasel is a multi-aircraft exercise imitating combat operations currently taking place in Southeast Asia. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tech. Sgt. James Arrowood) Weasel shakes Shaw Airmen
Shaw pilots and ground players honed their combat skills last week during a large force-employment flying exercise called Dynamic Weasel 06-2. About 70 fighter, attack, helicopter and command and control aircraft including F-16CJ, A-10, F/A-18, F-15C, EA-6B, UH-60, AH-64, E-8C, E-3 and RC-135 participated in the exercise June 29-30. Dynamic Weasel
0 7/07
2006
The space shuttle Discovery lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center Tuesday, July 4, with seven astronauts on board. (NASA photo by Sandy Joseph/Robert Murray)
Pilots get bird's eye view Discovery launch
Pilots from the 58th Fighter Squadron had front-row tickets to one of the hottest fireworks shows in the country when they were flying top cover for the NASA's launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery at Cape Canaveral, Fla., on July 4. Maj. Timothy Luce and Capt. Tim Monroe, both pilots with the 58th FS, were flying in support of the Discovery
0 7/07
2006
BALAD AIR BASE, Iraq -- "Give 'er the gun," shouts Brig. Gen. Frank Gorenc with his fist in the air while singing the Air Force song during the wing change of command ceremony here, July 5.  Lt. Gen. Gary North, U.S. Central Command Air Forces commander (left) officiated the passing of the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing flag to Brig. Gen. Robin Rand and announced that General Gorenc received the Moller Award as the most outstanding commander in Air Combat Command for his year of service in Iraq.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Tony Tolley) Brig. Gen. Gorenc best in Air Combat Command
Before Brig. Gen. Frank Gorenc relinquished command of the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing here July 5, he found that his bittersweet day had an unexpected extra. During the ceremony's opening, Lt. Gen. Gary North, commander of U.S. Central Command Air Forces, announced that General Gorenc had won the Joseph A. Moller Award. "No commander has done it
0 7/07
2006
Default Air Force Logo Barkesdale NCO convicted of negligent homicide
A panel of officer and enlisted Airmen found a Barksdale senior NCO guilty of negligent homicide and careless driving during a three-day special court-martial that ended here June 15. The court sentenced Master Sgt. Kenneth Sciara, 2nd Maintenance Squadron, to 30 days confinement, forfeiture of $100 pay per month for nine months, a reduction in
0 7/05
2006
Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Hansen, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron, is one of the 12 Airmen of the Year of 2005. Holloman NCO nabs Airman of the year
A noncommissioned officer at Holloman AFB, N.M., is one of 12 Airmen who won the Air Force Outstanding Airmen of the Year Award. Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Hansen, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron, received a call from Gen. Ronald Keys, commander of Air Combat Command, June 12, informing him of the outstanding award. "It's a huge honor to get an award like
0 7/05
2006
Default Air Force Logo Air Force changes network operations structure
The Air Force reorganized its network operations structure on Wednesday, July 5, to better support the warfighter. The move puts all Air Force units charged with network operations under the command of a single commander, Lt. Gen. Robert Elder, 8th Air Force and Air Force Network Operations commander at Barksdale AFB, La. Previously network
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2006
MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Senior Airman Polly-Jan Bobseine, 823rd Security Forces Squadron fire team member, takes aim behind a M-24 Sniper Rifle to hone her close precision engagement skills during proficiency weapons training at a deployed location. Airman Bobseine was chosen out of more than 270,000 enlisted Airmen as one of the Air Force’s 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year. (Courtesy photo) Moody home to AOY third consecutive year
Among the service's more than 270, 000 enlisted people, a Moody Airman has been named one of the 12 elite for the third consecutive year. Senior Airman Polly-Jan Bobseine, 823rd Security Forces Squadron, was selected as one of the 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year based on her battlefield experience combined with a perpetually positive attitude.
0 6/30
2006
Default Air Force Logo Senior leader retirements, assignments
The following are senior leaders in ACC who have been selected for assignment:Maj. Gen. Timothy C. Jones, ACC director, plans and programs, Langley AFB, Va., will become Air Force special assistant to the deputy chief of staff, strategic plans and programs, Washington D.C. Brig. Gen. Mark T. Matthews Air Force Institute Of Technology, Air Education
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2006
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