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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Tyndall Summit provides key leaders with "Eagle Vision" for upcoming disaster response

    Key leaders united for a three-day summit here Tuesday to showcase satellite imagery that brings life-saving images to civilian and military first responders. Commander of First Air Force, Air Force Northern Command, Maj. Gen. Hank Morrow and Continental U.S. Northern Region Deputy Commander Brig. Gen. Andre Viens brought active duty, Air National
  • Air Force Historian helps us remember through new seven volume history what "history never forgets" at Tyndall's 9/11 memorial

    The 9-11 memorial here at the six year old Air Operations Center brings back memories of a America united in what "history never forgets" and will become the focus of a seven volume history to be released in 2010 by the Air Force Historian. The Director of the Air Force History and Museums Policies and Programs, Mr. Clarence R. "Dick" Anderegg in
  • Air Force Pilot with 1,000 combat hours puts experience to work for U.S. citizens.

    The pilot who achieved 1,000 combat flight hours, and more than 3,000 flight hours overall, returned from war to the numbered Air Force to offer his invaluable experience for the benefit and protection of U.S. citizens. Lt. Col. George A. Uribe works here under Commander Maj. Gen. Henry 'Hank' Morrow at First Air Force, Air Force Northern,
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