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The fifth Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, retired Chief Master Sgt. Robert Gaylor adresses RAF Lakenheath Airmen at an enlisted call March 29. Lakenheath was Chief Gaylor's first visit on his European tour to share his knowledge and experience with Airmen. Enlisted call: Fifth CMSAF imparts wisdom to local Airmen
Airmen from RAF Lakenheath, had the opportunity to hear advice from the fifth Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Robert Gaylor, at an enlisted call in Hangar 7, March 29. Chief Gaylor returned to RAF Lakenheath for the first time in three years to talk to the Airmen. RAF Lakenheath is the first stop for the chief on his tour of U.S. Air Forces
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Default Air Force Logo RAF Lakenheath community bulletins, April 10 - April 30, 2007
WIC Overseas WIC Overseas offers free milk, eggs, cheese, cereal, infant formula and other foods to eligible families. WIC staff can answer questions about breast feeding, starting solids, picky eaters, over-eating and any other questions. For more information, call 226-1728. Breastfeeding Support Group A breastfeeding support group meets on the
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Staff Sgt. Mark Dale (left), a 48th Fighter Wing Munitions Specialist, shows the 3rd Air Force vice commander, Maj. Gen. Paul Fletcher, the  how to assemble a Mark 82 bomb. The demonstration is part of an eight-hour munitions building course held at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Scott Wakefield)
Air Force officers In England build bombs for a day
Munitions specialists for the 48th Fighter Wing put senior leaders through eight hours of training in a munitions accountability course. The one-day course is designed after an Air Force senior NCO munitions course at Beale Air Force Base, Calif., that takes senior NCOs through the steps of an operational readiness inspection-type scenario. A
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Default Air Force Logo New £20 Bank Note for Britain
The Bank of England issued a new-style £20 note, March 13. The note features Adam Smith on the back, one of the fathers of modern economics, and incorporates enhanced security features. It is the same size and predominantly the same colour as the old-style £20 note. The old note will be progressively withdrawn from circulation. The date its legal
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ALI BASE, Iraq – Senior Airman Timothy Fleshman, deployed from RAF Lakenheath to the 407th Air Expeditionary Group, is pictured here with the secretary of the Air Force March 28. The Honorable Michael Wynne toured 407th AEG facilities and dined with some of the unit’s top Airmen. Airman Fleshman is a vehicle maintenance technician with the 48th Logistics Readiness Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo) Air Force Secretary visits Ali Airmen
The Secretary of the Air Force toured 407th Air Expeditionary Group facilities and dined with some of the unit's top Airmen March 28. The Honorable Michael Wynne dined with the group's recent monthly award nominees, including Senior Airman Timothy Fleshman, a vehicle maintenance technician from RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom. "It was pleasure and
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MOSUL, NINEWA PROVINCE, Iraq -- From left, Master Sgts. Kenneth Hans, John Murrell, Ralph Zanfagna, and Jaime Cordero, Jr., salute 732nd Expeditionary Support Squadron commander Lt. Col. Geoffrey Ellazar after receiving Iraqi Campaign and Air Force Expeditionary medals. Master Sgt. Cordero, of RAF Lakenheath, and the other sergeants were all assigned to the 732 EMSG administratively during the deployment and operationally, then "chopped" tactically to the Army's 403rd Civil Affairs Battalion. More than 1,700 combat Airmen from the 732 EMSG perform these "ILO," or in-lieu-of taskings at more than 60 forward operating locations throughout Iraq. (U.S. Air Force Photo) Lakenheath Airman excels in Iraqi Provincial Reconstruction
More than ever before, Airmen are serving combat deployments traditionally filled by the Army and Marine Corps. Because of sister-service personnel shortages, Airmen are serving in-lieu-of, or ILO, the Soldiers and Marines who would normally execute these combat missions. Master Sgt. Jaime Cordero, Jr., stationed at Lakenheath, is one of them. In
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(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jessica Snow) Liberty Spotlight
Tech. Sgt. Merlin Choice Unit: Airmen and Family Readiness Center Duty title: AFRC NCO Time in service: 19 years Time on base: 5 years Hometown: South Carolina Marlins Hobbies: I like interior decorating and spending time with my family. What were some things she did to go above and beyond? We are thankful for her selfless devotion to duty. She
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RAF Lakenheath newcomers view aircraft and artifacts displayed at the American Air Museum hangar in the Imperial War Museum Duxford.( US Air Force photo by Jill Fuson)

Newcomers tour to Imperial War Museum, Duxford
Free monthly tours for newcomers to the Imperial War Museum Duxford, approximately 45 minutes from RAF Lakenheath, began March 9 through the Airmen Family and Readiness Center. The American Air Museum displays the largest collection of U.S. military aircraft on display outside the United States. Duxford also displays a variety of aviation heritage
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Susan Pearson of Foley House, a British social services agency, and Ed Cole of the Airmen and Family Readiness Center discuss the many different aspects of raising a child (U.S. Air Force photo by Patti Dybdahl) Parenting Fair 2007
Parenting can be one of the hardest, but most rewarding jobs in the world. Unfortunately, children do not come with an instruction manual and sometimes parents are challenged dealing with behaviors and power struggles within the family. Most parents learn how to be a parent from upbringing. The Parenting Fair 2007, held at College Heath Middle
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Brig. Gen. Robert Steel, 48th Fighter Wing commander and Liberty teens cut the grand opening ribbon at the newly renovated Teen Center. The newly painted facility houses new pool and ping pong tables, sofas, air hokey, flat screen televisions and exercise equipment. The teen center is open Wednesdays and Thursdays 3 to 8 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays 3 to 11 p.m. Liberty Teen Center revamped

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