WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio -- Attention all runners! Become a part of the Air Force Materiel Command Marathon team! A total of eight active duty members will be selected to participate. Two male and two female runners will be selected for the full marathon, and two male and two female runners will be selected for the half marathon.
Iron Man is back, a little lighter in both material and structure, a little darker in tone and deed, yet at the heart of it all beats a decent summer thriller that should satisfy more than a few.
It's been six months since Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) revealed that he is Iron Man. The resulting world peace accord is greeted around the globe with great excitement, but governments, particularly Tony's own, are nervous that all of this power lies within the hands of one man.
Col. Scott Stapp, commander of the 84th Combat Sustainment Wing and 508th Aerospace Sustainment Wing, has formally changed job titles as a long planned merger of the two wings took place at Club Hill on July 16 after an inactivation ceremony. The organizations are now assembled into the Aerospace Sustainment Directorate under the direction of the Ogden Air Logistics Center with Stapp as the director.
On July 16, the 34th Fighter Squadron "Rude Rams" celebrated not only the success of their last deployment to Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, but also the rich heritage, dedication and passion of all Rams, both current and past. That afternoon the Rams furled their flag and inactivated as a squadron but continued to stand strong together as "America's finest."
Before its inactivation, the 34th FS held its last Warrior Call honoring the hard work and dedication of all who worked to make its last deployment to Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, a success.
Ongoing plans for transportation corridor solutions for the western portion of Davis County will be highlighted at a series of open houses as officials ask for resident input. All open houses are from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. They include:
•Tuesday, Aug. 3, Sunset City Hall, 200 W. 1500 North
•Wednesday, Aug, 4, Kanesville Elementary School, 3112 S. 3500 West, West Haven
•Thursday, Aug. 5, Legacy Events Center, 151 S. 1100 West, Farmington
Senior Airman Terrence Kelley
388th Equipment Maintenance Squadron
Where are you from?
My dad was in the Army, so I was a military brat growing up and we moved around a lot.
What is your favorite band?
Lamb of God.
What are your hobbies?
Working out, music and singing in my band Scarred for Six.
How has the Air Force impacted you?
Hill Air Force Base has recently received free tickets to The Top of Utah Military Affairs Committee/Hill Appreciation Night at Lindquist Field with the Ogden Raptors on Tuesday, July 27, at 7 p.m. The Raptors will be playing the Missoula Osprey.
WASHINGTON -- Air Force officials emphasized that first responders -- security forces, fire emergency services and emergency medical services -- make up the essential elements necessary to protect people and assets.
Security forces responders train in realistic scenarios involving base organizations ranging from accidents, shootings, drivers under the influence, protests and domestic assaults, to barricaded hostages, felony arrest and routine traffic stops.
Of course, buckling a child up in a safety seat or seatbelt can sometimes be easier said than done. Here are eight tips to help keep your children happy and safe at the same time:
2.Be consistent. Always buckle up your child.
3.Use encouraging words. Be comforting and loving so that the child realizes you are buckling them up because you care.
4.Set an example. Be an example and be consistent so that children aren't confused.
5.Use a travel bag. Have special toys and games that the child can play with in the car.
California is currently dealing with its worst epidemic of pertussis (whooping cough) in more than 50 years and multiple other states have noticed an alarming increase as well. In an effort to protect the health and well being of you and your family the 75th Medical Group advises that you read the following.