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Airman 1st Class Aubrey Sarver cuts her first red bell pepper of the day as she prepares a dish to be served at the Knight’s Table dining facility. (Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kris Levasseur) Come sit at the Knight’s Table
There are many places for Airmen to eat a meal on base. From popular fast food restaurants to the commissary, making a decision can be difficult. If there's not a lot of time to decide what to do for lunch, why not go to RAF Lakenheath's Knight's Table dining facility. Hundreds of people eat at the Knight's Table every day. The Knight's Table
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2007
RAF Lakenheath Community Relations Advisor, Natalie Benge Look who’s discovering Britain now
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Natalie Benge, and I am your new Community Relations Adviser here at RAF Lakenheath. Thanks to everyone I have met so far for giving me such a warm welcome, but there are lots of people I still have to meet, so I hope to get out and about and see you all soon. I live in Market
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Farewell to the Jet 48
As the years go by, many things change. Compact discs have made way for mp3 players, floppy disks have been replaced by memory sticks and the majority of households now have internet wired into their homes. Many people across the globe are turning to the internet as a more convenient way to shop, book travel, communicate and receive the most
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2007
Airman 1st Class Jack Smithson III works in security forces at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Scott Wakefield) Serving through the season: Airman 1st Class Jack Smithson III
With security forces' manning levels already low due to deployments to Iraq, Airman First Class Jack Smithson knew he would work at the main gate on Christmas. It's a job he joined the Air Force to do, as he follows in his father's footsteps. "Sitting in a patrol car is easier duty," Airman Smithson said, "but out here on the gate, you get to meet
0 1/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo Behind the "green door" - Demystifying the mystique of Intel
They work behind locked doors, in a building with no windows. They are closely integrated into the flying operations and force protection aspects of every Air Force Wing, but most of us know very little about what they do. "That's part of the mystique surrounding Intel," said 379th Air Expeditionary Wing Intelligence Officer Maj. Ed "Tornado"
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Grim Reapers help ensure summit success
Over the Thanksgiving holiday, the 493rd Fighter Squadron's Grim Reapers and the 493rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit deployed to Denmark to support the 2006 NATO Summit. Called Operation Peaceful Summit, the Reapers were tasked with protecting the U.S. President and the 26 NATO heads of state gathering in Riga, Latvia as the only air superiority
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2006
Default Air Force Logo 2006 A year in review
January: Airmen Against Drunk Driving answer the call. Volunteers serve in the roles of dispatcher, speaker and driver. Speakers are available to talk about the AADD program and volunteer opportunities at commanders' calls, in processing briefings or the First Term Airmen Center. Ministry of Defence augments 48th Security Forces at base gates. The
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2006
(Left to right) Pararescuers Tech. Sgt. Eric Barry, Tech. Sgt. Michael Gray and Senior Airman Kristofer Abel, 56th Rescue Squadron, run toward the aircrew of a simulated downed F-15E during a large force exercise Dec. 15. (Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kris Levasseur) "Exercise, exercise, exercise, Plane down!"
The 56th Rescue Squadron along with the Royal Air Force, took part in RAF Lakenheath's Large Force Exercise on the bombing range at RAF Donna Nook in Lincolnshire on Dec. 15. The exercise incorporated the 56th RQS into operations at RAF Lakenheath. It was the first exercise to employ all three major aircraft in Lakenheath's arsenal, as well as the
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2006
RAF LAKENHEATH, England -- Aileen Schriner, a spouse of a deployed Liberty Warrior, along with family open a care package from the Lakenheath High School faculty and staff.  Items in the package included pampering items to include a 100 minute phone card, seasons greeting cards and stamps, making it easier for deployed members to send holiday messages home to family, friends and deployed loved ones. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nicholasa Reed) High school teachers care for deployed Airmen and families
Upon receiving a yellow delivery notification card in her base mailbox, Aileen Schriner wondered who sent her a package. She picked up the package, noting a return address from Lakenheath High School. She double checked the package was addressed to her because she has no connection with the high school since her son is only 3 months old. When she
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Vietnam vet shares war experiences with Liberty Warriors
The Vietnam War, the longest war in U.S. history, stretched from 1957 to 1975. The war claimed the lives of more than 58,000 American men and women and wounded nearly 365,000. One of the Airmen who served in Vietnam shared his trials and tribulations of his war experience with Lakenheath Airmen Dec. 4. "Young people today need to know the story of
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2006
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