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Maj. Ellen Adams, acquisition officer for Air Force Space Command contracting, pushes off from the starting house during NASTAR racing Jan. 27 at Keystone. SnoFest skiers or snowboarders could race the course free as part of the weekend’s activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Brady) SnoFest proves popular, draws skiers from far, near
Servicemembers stormed Keystone mountain Jan. 26 to 28 for the annual SnoFest weekend here. An estimated 3,600 Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine servicemembers and their families descended on the mountain for a weekend of skiing, ice skating, dining and more during the annual military ski weekend. "We try to provide great things for our Warrior
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2007
Tech. Sgt. Schubert observes a satellite dish inside one of the "golf ball" protective dish covers at Thule Air Base, Greenland as it rotates to track a satellite moving across the northern polar sky Jan. 25.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael Tolzmann) Life at Thule
Landing on a snow-packed winter runway 700 miles north of the Arctic Circle can be a harrowing experience for anyone who journeys here. Snow-blinding winds howling in excess of 50 mph, temperatures plunging below zero, and going 24 hours-a-day without sunshine are commonplace and make it unlike nearly anywhere on Earth. But from the moment their
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Team Pete honors Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a man that led a movement, inspired a generation, and changed a nation. Honoring him every January is more than just getting the day off from work, as many of the speakers at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Service reminded the audience Jan. 15. It is a day to Remember, Celebrate, and Act on the teachings
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Staff Sgt. Paula Moungsiharat, a medical technician with the 21st Medical Operations Squadron, explains features of the expanded family practice clinic to Col. Stephen Tanous, 21st Space Wing vice commander. The clinic officially opened the new area with a ribbon cutting Jan. 17. The $500,000 expansion has room for two more doctors and four patient exam rooms. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Brady) Just what the doctor ordered

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Everyone a sensor with Eagle Eyes program
Force protection is at the forefront of many minds, especially while working on a military installation. The Air Force Eagle Eyes Program is one avenue to report suspicious activity. "It's for deterring terrorism by recognizing and reporting pre-attack activities," said Special Agent Crystal Morado, Air Force Office of Special Investigations,
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2007
More than 750 volunteers answered phone calls and helped track Santa during NORAD’s annual Santa Tracker program. (Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Joaquin Juatai) NORAD receives record number of Santa inquiries
Santa has long since returned to the North Pole, preparing for next year's visit to the good little boys and girls worldwide. Among those good 'boys and girls' are myriad volunteers who helped track him at North American Aerospace Defense Command's NORAD Tracks Santa program. "On behalf of all the children who had the magical feeling of personal
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2007
Tech. Sgt. John Berquist, a logistics planner for the 21st Logistics Readiness Squadron, holds Jackie Cubas, daughter of Janet Cubas, small business office. Sergeant Berquist took being a good Wingman seriously Dec. 20 when he not only pushed Ms. Cubas’ car out of the Child Development Center’s snow-slick parking lot, but also followed her home. When her car could not climb a hill near her home, Sergeant Berquist took Ms. Cubas and her daughter the rest of the way home in his truck.
Sergeant Berquist said he lives only a few blocks from Ms. Cubas, and also works with her husband, and he takes the same route home.
“He also had his own baby boy in the truck to worry about,” Ms. Cubas said. “I am so grateful he was there to help.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Brady)
Way-home Wingman

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2007
Tech. Sgt. Greg Jensen, a contracting specialist supervisor with the 21st Contracting Squadron, got a new stripe with a STEP promotion Jan. 5. Col. Jay G. Santee, 21st Space Wing commander, surprised Sergeant Jensen with the master sergeant stripes at the civil engineer conference room. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jessica Switzer) Steppin' up

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2007
With the Rocky Mountains in the background, aircraft fill the ramp at Peterson Army Air Field in 1943. These are F-4s and F-7s, the photo reconnaissance versions of the P-38 Lightning fighter and B-24 Liberator bomber. (Photo courtesy Peterson Air and Space Museum.) Peterson going strong as 65th anniversary approaches
With the breathtaking Rocky Mountains in the background, Peterson Air Force Base has long been a fixture in Air Force life. Originally Colorado Springs Army Air Field, the base was renamed in late 1942 for 1st Lt. Edward J. Peterson, a Coloradoan killed that year in the crash of an F-4 Lightning, the reconnaissance version of the P-38 fighter.
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2007
Workers attach crane lines to the McDonnell F-101B “VooDoo,” which was moved from the West Gate area Dec. 28 to make room for new outbound driving lanes. It took workers about four hours to move the 20,000 pound craft. The aircraft will be refurbished and reinstalled elsewhere after the West Gate project is done. The Army Corps of Engineers construction project is on time and estimated to be completed in January 2008.
Photo by Rick McKittrick/U.S. ACOE Up and away

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