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Colonel Michael Hare, AFNSEP director, works the phones at the 601st Air and Space Operations Center while monitoring the movements of Hurricane Gustav.  1st Air Force (AFNORTH) remains fully staffed throughout the Labor Day weekend, keeping tabs on Gustav's path and preparing for defense support of civil authorities taskings.  (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Jared Scott)                           AFNORTH ready to support Gustav relief efforts
With Hurricane Gustav rapidly approaching, Air Forces Northern is ready to provide military resources to civil authorities if requested. "We're ready and leaning forward to anticipate mission assignments," said Maj. Gen. Hank Morrow, 1st Air Force (AFNORTH) commander. "We bring a wealth of military capabilities to save lives, reduce suffering and
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2008
Retired U.S. Air Force Colonel Harlon Hain with the Epic LT turboprop aircraft he flew Aug. 12 when WADS and FAA controllers, and a Navy EA-6B, helped bring him and his passengers home after a multi-instrument failure.  (Photo illustration by Mike Strickler) WADS, FAA, Navy pilots aid airmen "in the blind"
Roland Manarin pulled his Epic LT turboprop from the runway at Fairbanks International, climbing smoothly into what he hoped would be a memorable southerly sortie around Mount McKinley, and then on to Ketchikan, Alaska. His co-pilot Harlon Hain, an Epic Aircraft instructor pilot, planned to take full advantage of the balmy August skies by helping
0 8/29
2008
A CONR poster depicts the intercept of a private aircraft to remind pilots of the temporary flight restrictions in effect during the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.  CONR distributed the posters to fixed-base operators within 100 nautical miles of Denver and Minneapolis/St Paul to remin pilots to "Check NOTAMS, Fly Informed!" CONR, partners work to reduce air violations over Democratic, Republican conventions
The Continental U.S. NORAD Region is partnering with the U.S. Secret Service and the Federal Aviation Administration to help reduce airspace violations near Denver and Minneapolis/St. Paul during the 2008 Democratic and Republican National Conventions. Public and private airports, known as fixed-base operators, within 100 miles of the convention
0 8/18
2008
Master Sgt. Robbie Robinson from the 601st Air and Space Operations Center presented Team Georgia with the open championship trophey for this years 43rd Annual Air National Guard Softball Tournament. Photo taken by Mr. Cliff Fallico. Team Georgia wins Air National Guard softball tourney
The 116th Air Control Wing's Team Georgia men's softball team won the open championship at the 43rd annual Air National Guard Softball Tournament with a 21-19 victory over New Jersey's 108th Air Refueling Wing on Aug. 9, 2008, at Frank Brown Park. Team Georgia continued its dominance of the Air National Guard softball tournament walking away with
0 8/11
2008
Larry Christie a leader of the Tyndall distributed mission team shows airmen how the virtual technology works to provide leaders information make critical decisions,  Tyndall welcomes "Virtual Flag" training facility
First Air Force opened a new multi-purpose training facility and added virtual technology to its monthly training last week to explore new frontiers in the cyber world, raise training standards and save millions in live-fly costs. First Air Force, Air Forces Northern combined 'Virtual Flag', using live, virtual and constructive platforms with its
0 8/11
2008
Mr. Larry Christie (forward) and Mr. Steve Boe of AFNORTH DMO team instruct Master Sgt. Angie Wyandt during a VIRTUAl FLAG scenario at Tyndall AFB.  The DMO team is competing fot the 2008 Chief of Staff Team Excellence Award.                                AFNORTH simulation team competes for Chief of Staff Team Excellence Award
Innovative simulation advances have led the National Guard Bureau to tag Air Forces Northern' s (AFNORTH) Distributed Mission Operations (DMO) team as their sole competitor for the 2008 Air Force Chief of Staff Team Excellence Award. NGB nominated the DMO team for pioneering the use of networked simulation technology to train war fighters in the
0 8/08
2008
The 601st Air and Space Operations Center Honor Guard presented the colors during the opening ceremony of this years 43rd Annual Air National Guard Softball Tournament being held at Frank Brown Park, Panama City Beach. (Air Force photo by 1st Lt Jared Scott)                                 America’s AOC hosts ANG’s 43rd national softball tourney
Play is underway in Panama City Beach, Fla., as the 601st Air and Space Operations Center hosts the 43rd annual Air National Guard Softball tournament. Sixty teams from around the country are vying for best-of-the-best honors at Frank Brown Park, where play will continue through Saturday. Opening ceremonies kicked off yesterday morning with the 601
0 8/08
2008
Default Air Force Logo Bowling brings in more than six hundred dollars for Airman’ s sick child
More than six hundred dollars was raised at a First Air Force bowling tournament here Thursday for a child of an Airman who faces a serious illness. The response was immediate. First Air Force staff formed bowling teams in three days to support the medical expenses needed for an enlisted Airmen to care for a seriously ill child. Five-person teams
0 7/31
2008
7/28/2008 - ROME, N.Y. -- Members from the Northeast Air Defense Sector stand at attention before the start of the Honor America Days Parade in Rome, N.Y. July 26. The 1.5 mile parade in Rome included a bi-national color guard and participants from NEADS, Air Force Research Laboratory, Information Directorate, and the Rome Free Academy Junior ROTC. Additionally, 2 CF-18s from the  425 Fighter Squadron, located in Bagotville, Quebec, Canada performed a flyover in honor of the North American Aerospace Defense Command's 50th Anniversary. (Photo by Master Sgt. Danny Doucette). Military members participate in Honor America Days parade

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2008
SSgt Amanda Perkins receiving the Tyndall Airman the Quarter award from Col Roberson of the 325th wing at the Quarterly Awards Luncheon July 28, 2008. Photo by Lisa Norman. Inspiring excellence in the Air Force through search and rescue of U.S. citizens
Inspiration was free here Monday when First Air Force nominees were honored for their outstanding performance in the search and rescue mission of U.S. citizens. Staff Sgt. Amanda Perkins a search and rescue controller for the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center, First Air Force was announced as Tyndall's Airman of the Quarter along with Chief of
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2008
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