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Elizabeth Marquardt files records July 30 at the 48th Medical Group Dental clinic. Elizabeth is a Lakenheath High School student participating in the summer hire program, which allows students to work at various base agencies. (U.S. Air Force photo/Cassandra Coleman) Summer hires get hands-on job experience
Summer is delightful. You get to go out and have some fun, but soon you are stuck at home with nothing to do. All your friends have a job or are on vacation.You don't want to be sitting at home staring at that blank wall; it isn't going to start talking to you. Believe me, I have wondered a couple times myself.How about when you're out and about
0 8/03
2010
Default Air Force Logo Awestruck at the F-15E
Two members from the 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, UK, have spent the last seven days highlighting the strength of the U.S. commitment to the security of Europe and overseas contingency operations by showing off their aircraft at the 2010 Farnborough International Air Show.Capt. Ben Dean, F-15E fighter pilot with the 494th Fighter Squadron,
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2010
Default Air Force Logo Top flight security at Farnborough
Ten security forces members from RAF Lakenheath and RAF Mildenhall provided overhead security of U.S. Department of Defense assets participating in the 2010 Farnborough International Air Show.According to Master Sgt. Arbra Anthony, security team leader here at Farnborough, the security forces members quickly got to know each other to form a tight
0 7/26
2010
Both Airmen and Ministry of Defence personnel process packages in the Traffic Management Office warehouse July 19. TMO is responsible for all incoming or outgoing government shipments on RAF Lakenheath. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman David Dobrydney) Everything from a bolt to a bomb
Anywhere in the world, seven days a week, they are ready to stand and deliver.The 48th Logistics Readiness Squadron Traffic Management Office is responsible for the movement of every piece of government equipment that arrives at or leaves through RAF Lakenheath."It doesn't matter what it is; it could be a simple bolt or screw to a container full of
0 7/22
2010
There are many different summer activities with varying levels of risk involved. With long, hot and sunny days, the beaches and lakes becomes a prime location for friends and families to enjoy. Keep safety in mind, and enjoy – safely. (U.S. Air Force photo/A1C Lausanne Morgan.) Soak up the sun - safely
The U.S. Air Force has reached the midway point of the 101 Critical Days of Summer with dramatically less reportable mishaps from previous years.The goal every year is zero fatalities, zero DUIs and to reduce the number of reportable mishaps, according to the 48th Fighter Wing safety office."So far this year we have not lost any of our Airmen due
0 7/21
2010
Instructor Herman Hicks (center) leads exercises during the fitness boot camp June 11 at the RAF Lakenheath Fitness Center. The camp consisted of one-hour workouts five days a week consisting of weight training, power stretching and yoga. (U.S. Air Force photo/Sara Harr) Fitness boot camp challenges for healthier lifestyle
The RAF Lakenheath Fitness & Sports Center recently wrapped up its first fitness boot camp. At least 10 members of the local community participated in this five-week event designed to encourage healthy eating and fitness habits.The fitness boot camp was developed by two fitness instructors and personal trainers, Herman Hicks and Gina Burton, after
0 6/24
2010
The 48th Force Support Squadron Outdoor Recreation Pedaler Bike Shop offers a wide selection of bicycles and accessories for sale. In addition, the RAF Lakenheath Outdoor Recreation Center has the only certified bike technician of all the RAF bases where American personnel work. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Lausanne Morgan) Adventure awaits at Outdoor Recreation
Airmen and families at RAF Lakenheath have many options when it comes to off-duty activities, and several can be found at the 48th Force Support Squadron Outdoor Recreation center -- Outdoor Rec for short. Not only does Outdoor Rec provide planned trips, they also rent out equipment for do-it-yourself projects. "Outdoor Rec is typically the most
0 6/23
2010
Airmen complete a hands-on scenario during an Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century course, titled “The 8-Step Problem Solving Method” at RAF Lakenheath, England, June 9. Nine courses have been held since August 2009 and are held monthly to train Airmen on a proper way to tackle difficult problems. (Pictured clockwise from top) Tech. Sgt. Kenneth Moncrief, 48th Communications Squadron assistant NCO in charge of airfield systems; Staff Sgt. Gregory Greer, 48th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief; Senior Master Sgt. Jeremy Krumenauer, 48th Force Support Squadron superintendent of manpower and organization; Airman 1st Class Chelsea Nobles, 48th Operations Group intelligence analyst; Staff Sgt. Alejandro Soto, 48th Logistics Readiness Squadron quality assurance technician; and Tech. Sgt. Brian Thomas, 48th Comptroller Squadron NCO in charge of customer support. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Nathan Gallahan) 8-Steps of Bright Ideas
When an Air Force organization is faced with severe manning shortages and an ever-increasing mission, how do they overcome those challenges? The answer is teamwork and bright ideas. The Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century office here taught 12 Airmen how to utilize the 8-Step Problem Solving Method to work together and find answers to
0 6/11
2010
(Courtesy graphic) Heart Link helps Air Force spouses
Air Force spouses can learn more about the Air Force lifestyle during the Airman & Family Readiness Center's Heart Link, June 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Eagles' Landing.Heart Link is a spouse orientation program geared toward strengthening military families and enhancing mission readiness. Heart Link's objective is to increase spouse
0 6/09
2010
(Left) Staff Sgt. Timothy Miller and Tech. Sgt. Gilbert Wallers, both egress technicians with the 48th Component Maintenance Squadron egress technicians, remove pieces of equipment pilots use to breathe so they can be inspected. (Right) Airman 1st Class Raul Santos and Airman 1st Class David Hocker,  both 48th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron weapons team members, clean up their tools and equipment after finishing a 30 and 60 day inspection on an F-15 at RAF Mildenhall, England. The maintenance squadron is working out of RAF Mildenhall temporarily while their home runway at RAF Lakenheath, England, is being repaired.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Nathan Gallahan) Maintainers confront challenges, overcome all
It has been a lot quieter around the base in recent weeks as all 48th Fighter Wing F-15 flying operations have moved to RAF Mildenhall due to required runway repairs here.While it's been quiet here, it's been bustling at the nearby tanker base thanks to the hard work and dedication of the 48th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and all of the support
0 5/28
2010
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