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ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England—Master Sgt. Michelle Blake, 48th Medical Group flight chief for medical readiness, sends a message to women, “It’s NOT your fault” April  2, 2013. Blake was a victim of sexual and domestic abuse and her story is being featured during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stephanie Mancha) Finding Her Voice
Editor's Note: April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We feature the story of MSgt. Michelle Blake, who overcame tremendous adversity and has finally found the courage to tell her story. It's often said that joining the military can change a person's life. For Master Sgt. Michelle Blake, flight chief for medical readiness with the 48th Medical
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Alexis Quinn, daughter of Tech. Sgt. Ruben TrejoSanchez, 493rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit NCO in charge of weapons maintenance, and Tech. Sgt. Patti TrejosSanchez, 48th Medical Support Squadron transfusion service NCO in charge, sleeps in a knitted football costume. Alexis was delivered at home by her father the night of the Super Bowl. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Jamie Olguin) Airman delivers baby at home
Super Bowl Sunday was a memorable night for the 100 million people who tuned in to watch the Ravens vs. 49ers on Feb. 4; but for two Liberty Airmen, it's a night they'll celebrate for the rest of their lives.While everyone else was watching Beyoncé during the halftime show, Tech. Sgt. Ruben TrejoSanchez, 493rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit NCO in
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ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England - Tech. Sgt. Tanya Evans, 48th Logistics Readiness Squadron Traffic Management Office receiving and inbound NCO in charge, and her two kids Marquis and Tierra pose for a photo March 11, 2013.  Evans story of overcoming domestic abuse is one of several being featured during Womens' History Month. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stephanie Mancha) Women's History Month: Seeing life through six eyes
Editor's Note: The following is the second in a series of articles featuring women who have overcome adversity to become successful Airmen in the United States Air Force. We salute their service not only during Women's History Month, but all year long. "You can be the victim, or you can be victorious." This has become the life motto for Tech. Sgt.
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ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England - Senior Airman Annette Bieniek, 48th Equipment Maintenance Squadron inspection section journeyman, inspects the primary heat exchanger of an F-15E Strike Eagle March 5, 2013. Bieniek's story of overcoming adversity is one of several being featured during Womens' History Month.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stephanie Mancha) Women's History Month: Her story - SrA Bieniek
Editor's Note: The following is the first in a series of articles featuring women who have overcome adversity to become successful Airmen in the United States Air Force. We salute their service not only during Women's History Month, but all year long. For Senior Airman Annette Bieniek, an inspection section journeyman with the 48th Equipment
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ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England - Karri Hackney, president of Red, White and Bruises Rollers, takes a second to catch her breath between scrimmages Feb. 21, 2013. RWBR is a private derby league at RAF Lakenheath and is open to women 18 years or older with base access. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stephanie Mancha) Let the good times roll
Have you recently PCSed to the U. K. and are looking to for a hobby or a team to be a part of? Or maybe you've been here a while and are bored with the same old things? Stop by the Royal Air Force Lakenheath skating rink and check out the Red, White and Bruise Rollers flat-track roller derby team. The team is looking to add more players from RAFs
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ALBACETE AIR BASE, Spain -- Airmen from the 493rd Fighter Squadron participate in the Tactical Leadership Program Jan. 18, 2013. The TLP is a multi-national program, which develops key leadership and mission planning skills needed for NATO operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lausanne Morgan) Eagle pilot upgrades to NATO mission commander
Capt. Aaron "Buck" Schuett, 493rd Fighter Squadron chief of squadron mobility, always wanted to be a fighter pilot, but he never thought he would be in Spain training to be a NATO mission commander."I thought at some point I'd get to take a vacation to Spain, but not be here, enrolled in a multi-national exercise doing an upgrade," said Schuett,
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ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England -- Students from RAF Feltwell Elementary School make their way to an open field to watch a helicopter demonstration June 2, 2010. Recently, U.S. Air Forces in Europe bases have experienced a series of unsuccessful child abduction attempts.  Wing leadership advises parents, students, teachers and 48th Fighter Wing personnel to be more vigilant and maintain situational awareness.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Lausanne Morgan) Child safety is everyone's job
For many parents one of their biggest fears is the thought of their child being abducted. In order to help educate families and their children, Tech. Sgt. Michael Price, 48th Security Forces Squadron provost NCO in charge and Drug Abuse Resistance Education instructor, goes to base schools to teach about the dangers of drugs and alcohol and
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ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England -- Jessie Tate (left) and Chief Master Sgt. SaRita Lathan, 48th Fighter Wing command chief, hug during Tate’s book signing Aug. 18. Tate is an Air Force dependent who recently published a book about her experiences as a young adult. (Courtesy photo) A story of resiliency
Jessie Tate, a military dependent born and raised in Ramstein Air Base, Germany, felt she lived a sheltered life within the confines of her overseas military upbringing. What she hadn't expected was for her world to be turned upside down when her father left. "Young girls seek validation from men all the time, and if you don't get validation from
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Default Air Force Logo Defusing Situations
Being an Explosive Ordnance Disposal specialist is a dangerous job, but someone has to do it. Airmen at RAF Lakenheath are training to do their part to keep you safe.Check out the video to find out more.
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U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Jamie Kuranda, a C-27A maintenance advisor with the 440th Air Expeditionary Advisory Squadron, wathes an Afghan air force electronic and avionics student solder a piece of wire, in Kabul, Afghanistan on July 7, 2012. The mission of the 440th AEAS is to train, mentor and advise Afghan air force Kabul Air Wing members capable of sustaining a healthy fleet that is ready to perform training and operational missions in support of Afghan national security requirements today and in the future. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg C. Biondo)(Released) 748th AMXS Airman has Afghan students wired
Afghan air force Electrical and Radio C-27A maintainers began a four-day class to learn the tools, safety procedures and practical hands-on application of electrical aircraft wiring at Kabul, Afghanistan, International Airport, recently. More than 40 AAF students will complete the course, which certifies them in 14 different core tasks necessary to
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