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Lt. Col. Scott Adams, 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, Chaplain talks to deployed service members at 'The Rock' pavilion during the chapel sponsored National Prayer Luncheon Feb. 23, 2013. The National Prayer Breakfast is a yearly event for politicians, businessmen and leaders in Washington D.C to get together and pray for the President and his family. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Austin Knox) Marauders host National Prayer Luncheon
More than 200 service members deployed to the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing came together for a BBQ and fellowship sponsored by the chapel community in observance of the National Prayer Breakfast at the base pavilion today."Since 1953 the National Prayer Breakfast has been an event for politicians, businessmen and leaders in Washington D.C. to get
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Master Sgt. William Dawson, 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineering Squadron, explains the concept behind the African American History Month T-Wall Feb. 12, 2013. The 386th African American History Month committee followed the 2013 theme of ‘At the Crossroads of Freedom and Equality: The Emancipation Proclamation and the March on Washington’ as the base design for the T-Wall. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. George Thompson) 38,000 Pound Canvas Honors African American History Month
For anyone that has deployed to the U.S. Air Forces Central Command Area of Responsibility you can count on Jersey, California, Texas or Alaska concrete 'T-Wall' barriers as a part of your daily landscape.Fortunately, artistic airmen like Master Sgt. William Dawson, 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineering Squadron, deploy to the region armed with a
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Senior Airman Kyle Paridee and Master Sgt. Shane Cox, 386th Civil Engineering Squadron operate inside a grader at a deployed base in Southwest Asia Feb. 18, 2013. The Dirt Boyz construct and maintain concrete and asphalt runways, aircraft parking aprons, and roads using a variety of heavy construction equipment, such as, loaders, graders, dozers, backhoes, and dump trucks. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. George Thompson) Dirt Boyz make the Grade
The 386th Air Expeditionary Wing is home to over 15 pieces of heavy construction equipment from articulated trucks, excavators and dozers to backhoes, trenchers and loaders, the wing has heavy equipment covered from A to Z.For two Dirt Boyz deployed to the 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineering Squadron, their shared passion for grading has led to a
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Senior Airman Daniel Nester, 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineering Squadron, and a member of the Canadian team jockey for position during a face-off at the All-Star floor hockey match-up at a deployed base in Southwest Asia Feb. 15, 2013. The Canadians ultimately won the game 7 to 3, in a well-played match that enhanced the camaraderie for both teams participating in the event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Staff Sgt. George Thompson) Senior Airman leads multinational Hockey League
Stateside service members can watch a variety of sports almost every day of the week depending on the season and time of year. Sports fans can enjoy professional football on Sunday and Monday, hockey, basketball or baseball Tuesday through Thursday, boxing on Friday and college sports on Saturday. At the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, Senior Airman
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Senior Airman Denice Luke, 386th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron poses inside a 60 K-Loader at a base in Southwest Asia Feb. 8. Luke is serving on her first deployment from Robins Air Force Base Ga. to the Air Force Central Command Area of Responsibility. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. George Thompson) Aerial Port achiever
Sometimes mockingly called weekend warriors or part time soldiers by their active duty counterparts, National Guardsman and reservists are a vital piece of the Total Force Integration Air Force. For one Airman assigned to the 386th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron, being a reservist allows her time to pursue other passions while also
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Professor Pawelek encourages student participation during Introduction to German class at a base in Southwest Asia. Professor P. as she’s called by her students has taught over 53 courses in the last three years and educated over 1,000 deployed service members is Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. George Thompson) Serving by Educating
52 years ago during John F. Kennedy's inaugural address he uttered the famous words "ask not what your country can do for you -- ask what you can do for your country." These words challenged every American to contribute in some way to the public good.For Nanette Pawelek, a professor at the University of Maryland, University College Europe, her call
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SOUTHWEST ASIA - Tech. Sgt. Gerry Paquette, 386th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron, searches for a military hat at the Airmen's Attic here Aug. 23. The Airmen's Attic is a facility where Airmen, Soldiers, Marines and Sailors can get free donated military clothing. The attic has provided a wish list for items that are not on the shelf. The list allows patrons to place an order and once the desired item is donated, they are contacted.
(U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandra M. Boutte)
The price is right
SOUTHWEST ASIA - The Air Force offers a resource where Airmen can help other Airmen, their fellow wingman, by donating gently-used items to the Airmen's Attic.The Airmen's Attic is a facility where Airmen, Soldiers, Marines and Sailors can get free donated military clothing. "Rank is not an issue here," said Staff Sgt. Joesph Hornbeck, 386th
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SOUTHWEST ASIA – Senior Airman Daniel Rodriguez, 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron structural apprentice, climbs a latter to place bolts in a tent at Commando Village here July 12. Several Airmen around the wing volunteered their time to support the eight-man shop in building six new tents in preparation for inbound and outbound personnel. The structures shop’s mission is to keep the infrastructure of the base maintained, operational and in good performance. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandra M. Boutte) Hard hats hard at work
SOUTHWEST ASIA - When it comes to getting the job done, they hit the nail on the head every time. They put a roof over the heads of Marauders, and keep their facilities running smoothly. The structures shop is one of many flights in the 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron that directly supports Airmen, Sailors, Soldiers, Marines and
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SOUTHWEST ASIA – Chief Master Sgt. Dennis Daubert, 386th Air Expeditionary Wing command chief, is taken down by the 386th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, military working dog, Don, here July 28. Daubert put on protective gear to become a mock victim to train the MWDs on procedures and obedience. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandra M. Boutte) Keep running - Don't look back
Effective communication, training and hard work is required for a bond to form between canine and its handler. Additionally, extra time and effort helps prepare the dogs for real-world scenarios through various exercises.The Military Working Dogs in the 386th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron work alongside their handlers searching buildings
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SOUTHWEST ASIA – Tech. Sgt. Tonie Marshall, Tops In Blue vocalist, sings during their performance at the Rock Theater here July 17.  The performance featured renditions of The Doobie Brothers, Earth, Wind and Fire, Michael Jackson and Maroon 5. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexandra M. Boutte) Tops In Blue rock "The Rock"
Tops In Blue, the premier entertainment showcase of the U.S. Air Force, performed their free yearly show at the Rock Theater, July 17.Tops In Blue is one of the oldest and most widely-traveled entertainment groups of its kind. Composed of 37 of the Air Force's most talented vocalists, musicians, dancers and technicians, their primary purpose is to
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