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March 9, 2007

Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday morning

On Aug. 8, 2005, President George W. Bush signed the Energy Policy Act of 2005. This Act changed the time change dates for Daylight Saving Time in the U.S. Beginning in 2007, DST will begin on the second Sunday in March and end the first Sunday in November. The Secretary of Energy will report the impact of this change to Congress. Congress will

March 8, 2007

New survey aims to improve information delivery to Airmen

The Secretary of the Air Force Office of Communication at the Pentagon has launched a study to find out how Airmen want to get information about the Air Force. A randomly selected group of Airmen and Air Force civilian employees will receive an e-mail invitation from Brig Gen Erv Lessel, Air Force Director of Communication, asking them to complete

March 1, 2007

Elmendorf sergeant to receive expeditionary medical award

A sergeant assigned to the 3rd Medical Operations Squadron here was selected to receive the Air Force Association "expeditionary medics" 2007 Team of the Year Award. Master Sgt. Kory Rivera, women's health services flight NCOIC, is one of seven Airmen from the medical career field to receive the award. The sergeant admitted he knew little about the

Feb. 28, 2007

CJCS visits Elmendorf, answers servicemembers' questions

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff candidly answered questions during a town hall-style meeting at the Talkeetna Theater here Feb. 23. Marine Corps Gen. Peter Pace, in his first visit to Elmendorf since becoming the chairman, kept his opening remarks brief - pointing out he only had two words to say - "Thank you." "You've been doing this job

Feb. 27, 2007

General Chandler speaks on Elmendorf's future

Lt. Gen. Carrol H. Chandler, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, Plans and Requirements, visited here Feb. 21-23 to discuss the capability Alaska provides to the Air Force, recapitalization of the force, joint initiatives and the arrival of the C-17 and F-22. Although he is no longer stationed in Alaska, General Chandler is still in a position to

Feb. 6, 2007

Elmendorf Snow Removal flight best in Air Force ... again

For the third time in as many tries, the 3rd Civil Engineer Squadron Snow Removal Flight has won the Balchen/Post Award for the best snow removal team in the Air Force. Joseph Cross, 3rd CES snow removal element chief said he was surprised to win a third time. "This is the first time someone had won three consecutive times," said Mr. Cross. The

Feb. 6, 2007

3rd CES named best in Air Force

In a year of money saving projects and ahead-of-schedule work, the 3rd Civil Engineer Squadron had no problem demolishing the competition to become the 2006 Maj. Gen. Robert H. Curtin Large Civil Engineer Unit award winners, the top Air Force award. "I could tell from day-one that this was a special team ... eight flights with nearly 700 people

Jan. 29, 2007

PACAF Command Chief shares thoughts

As the world evolves, inevitably, so does the Air Force. In today's Air Force, Airmen are being asked to do things that have never been asked of them before. "In the past, we would defend our base from inside the perimeter and the coalition forces would defend it from outside the perimeter. Today we have young Airmen driving convoys and are members

Dec. 14, 2006

517th Airlift Squadron brings holidays to Arctic Village

For various reasons, Santa Claus' reindeer were not able to make the trip to Arctic Village. For example, Donner and Blitzen were not current on their training and Rudolph was getting his red-nose shined so he could lead the way on Santa's Christmas journey. So, like they have done for the last 40 years and for the final time, Air Force C-130s from

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