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Mr. Steve Andrews, KC-10 Aircrew Training System Site Manager, banks left in the KC-10 flight simulator.  It has a wide screen wrap around visual system that displays a realistic view out of the windows. Simulator teaches emergencies before they happen
The left engine is malfunctioning and we’re losing altitude! The sound and feel of a replicated malfunction can be experienced by crewmembers while training in the KC-10 flight simulator. The simulators can also simulate all types of weather conditions from clear day to extreme weather. The flight deck is identical to the real KC-10 aircraft with
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2006
Default Air Force Logo JCAHO awards full accreditation status to David Grant USAF Medical Center
The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations has awarded full accreditation status to the David Grant USAF Medical Center here for another three years as a result of a recent combined survey with the Air Force’s Health Services Inspection. “The Joint Commission was very impressed with the level of healthcare services provided
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2006
Airman 1st Class Sparkle Reid, 60th Services Squadron, puts icing on a cake. Travis Food Service facilities won the Air Mobility Command Services Hennessy Award for the fourth time since 2001. Dining facility wins AMC Hennessy Award
Travis Food Service facilities won the Air Mobility Command Services Hennessy Award for the fourth time since 2001. However, this is the first time Travis Food Service has won in the single facility category. “It’s a great program and as that bar continues to rise, it’s our Airmen that win,” said Maj. Tim Telega, 60th Services Squadron commander.
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2006
Airman 1st Class Jeff Robbins, 660th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, gathers up the fronds of a palm tree the Base Appearance Team is cutting down in the dorm area. Base Appearance Team keeps it clean
There is no amount of litter, tree too unsightly or any amount of ginger rock too vast for the Base Appearance Team. “There are a lot of projects that entail a large amount of time and effort,” said Senior Airman Anthony Howe, Base Appearance Team assistant manager. The Base Appearance Team is responsible for removing litter from areas across the
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2006
Lt. Col. John Payne, 22nd Airlift Squadron commander, thanks Mr. J.D. Collinsworth, a fighter ace who served in World War II. The 22nd Airlift Squadron honored retired Col. Collinsworth’s place in Air Force history Dec. 21. Retires fighter ace's visit reminds 22nd AS of unit, military history
In 1943, J.D. Collinsworth became a fighter ace while serving in World War II. In December, the 22nd Airlift Squadron honored retired Col. Collinsworth’s place in Air Force history. The brief ceremony unveiled a limited-edition lithograph by Roy Grinnell, celebrating Mr. Collinsworth’s achievements while serving in North Africa. Mr. Collinsworth
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2006
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