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  • Worlds Connect @ USAFE Libraries!

    It's National Library Week, a time to celebrate the contributions of libraries, librarians and library workers in schools, campuses and communities all over the world - and the perfect time to discover how worlds connect @ your library. USAFE libraries are celebrating National Library Week - April 13-17 - by holding special story hours, featuring
  • When a roof over your head is just not enough

    As a member of the military, Air Force personnel can expect to receive the standard essentials to survival, a roof over their heads and food in their stomach, but for some, this isn't enough. Under rare circumstances, people need more than the standard essentials, and that's where the 48th Civil Engineer Squadron can assist. According to David
  • Tower of history

    For more than 60 years it has watched aircraft come and go, including B-47 Stratojets, F-4 Phantoms and F-111 Aardvarks; but now it's time for the old air traffic control tower to go and historians took one last opportunity to document it Feb. 27. Bill Harris, the 48th Fighter Wing historian escorted Paul Francis, a renowned historian and
  • 48 LRS reminds Team Lakenheath of proper GMV driving

    In an effort to promote this year's safety campaign of "Make the Right Call" at RAF Lakenheath, the 48th Logistics Readiness Squadron is providing guidance on safe driving while in a Government Motor Vehicle.According to the 48th LRS, the number one GMV incident doesn't even occur on the road, most mishaps occur in parking lots on base."Drivers
  • Mind that railway crossing

    For many Liberty Warriors, driving in England is a new experience. From learning to drive on the left hand side of the road to understanding new road signs and highway codes, it can be difficult to get the hang of. One obstacle new drivers to the U.K. should consider is the higher concentration of railway crossings and the potential driving hazard
  • Liberty Wing command chief shares vision and expectations

    Chief Master Sgt. James Lucas, 48th Fighter Wing command chief, hit the ground running after returning from a deployment in December and receiving his appointment to command chief. "In many ways it's like I'm restarting my career," Chief Lucas said. "I feel very fortunate to have been selected for the command chief of this wing and have the
  • Don’t let a 50 cent candle cost $50,000 in damages

    Candles perform many functions such as setting the mood for a fancy meal, enhancing the smell and lighting the environment of a home or office, but if not taken seriously, they can have devastating consequences. More than 15,000 residential fires are caused each year in the U.S. by the careless or inappropriate use of candles, which could have been
  • Education office offers one-stop shop to obtain degree

    With education being of the utmost importance in our Air Force today, the 48th Force Support Squadron Education and Training Center wants to remind Team Lakenheath that they are a one-stop shop for all educational needs. The education center here is responsible for helping Airmen as well as their spouses attain voluntary off-duty post secondary
  • Military saves; building wealth, not debt

    The tree is packed away and 2009 is here... How many times have you made the New Year's resolution to start a savings account and pay yourself first? Or, maybe you decided you were going to put your tax refund in the bank to create an emergency fund. But, despite your efforts, there you sit with little or no savings to your name. Don't feel alone,
  • Premature twin's courageous fight for life leaves lasting legacy

    Eric LeVon Frazier II, one of two premature twins born Sept. 6 to Tech. Sgt. Barry Frazier and his wife Mandy, died Dec. 10 at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital - but his courageous fight for life left a lasting legacy that will stay with the family forever. With a due date of Jan. 1, Eric and his twin sister Alexis were born at just 23 weeks