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  • National prayer breakfast features a true American hero

    Joining in a tradition that began in 1952, more than 200 RAF Lakenheath warriors, civilians and spouses attended the 48th Fighter Wing' s Commander National Prayer Breakfast March 7, at the Eagles Landing. The purpose in observing this event remains unchanged: "To bring together the military and civilian leadership of the United States in
  • RAF Mildenhall and Lakenheath aircrews converge for training

    Units from RAFs Mildenhall and Lakenheath took part in a survival, evasion, resistance and escape demonstration and training March 6. To complete that training, troops from the 100th Air Refueling Wing and 352nd Special Operations Group here met with RAF Lakenheath's 48th Fighter Wing troops at the Ministry of Defence's Stanford Training Area, near
  • New survey aims to improve information delivery to Airmen

    The Secretary of the Air Force Office of Communication at the Pentagon has launched a study to find out how Airmen want to get information about the Air Force. A randomly selected group of Airmen and Air Force civilian employees will receive an e-mail invitation from Brig . Gen. Erv Lessel, Air Force Director of Communication, asking them to
  • RAF Lakenheath community bulletins, March 8 - April 14, 2007

    Furnishings Management Office The Furnishings Management Office (FMO) will begin charging customers for No Shows in accordance with HQ USAFE/A7CPH supplement dated 4 Jan 07 to AFI 32-6004. The effective date to begin charging for No Shows is 1 April 2007. Personnel coming to FMO to an open account or arranging service will be notified as will
  • Communications squadron Airmen highlight the Air Force

    If a picture says a thousand words, what does the multimedia center say about RAF Lakenheath? A walk down any hall in the buildings of RAF Lakenheath will show the work of the MMC. Along with highlighting the day-to-day work Liberty Airmen do, the MMC supports most base functions. Three sections of the MMC provide the base with full visual
  • Royal England

    England's rich and often turbulent history is perhaps best reflected in its buildings, and nowhere is this more apparent than in those properties associated with the Royal Family and their celebrations. Such iconic and indelible signposts to rulers and their reigns have captivated visitors for years and continue to stimulate the interest of people
  • First step toward a new life

    Basic Military Training is over. You've graduated technical school for your Air Force specialty skill classification and you're taking your first steps in a new country, base and lifestyle. This can be a confusing time for many first-term Airmen, as they do not know what to expect or even what to do when they arrive. That's where the First Term
  • What is Red Nose Day?

    Red Nose Day is a fund-raising event held every two years organised by the charity Comic Relief. Since it began in 1988, Comic Relief has raised over £425 Million. Of this massive amount £355 Million has been raised through Red Nose Day, celebrated on March 16. Comic Relief was launched from a refugee camp in Sudan in response to the famine in
  • Dangerous crosswalk and speed limit

    QUESTION: As a frequent Lakenheath visitor I have noticed a dangerous situation that I hope can be fixed. It concerns the road from the main gate to the gas station. The sign just inside the main gate, at the roundabout, indicates a base-wide speed limit of 25 mph unless otherwise posted. As you go towards the gas station there are no other signs,
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