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Default Air Force Logo 452nd ACLF wins top command award
MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE, Calif. – The 452nd Airlift Control Flight was one of three Air Force Reserve Command units to win airlift control flight awards for 2005. The 452nd ALCF here claimed the top unit award. Capt. Robert Acosta and Master Sgt. Gerardo Zuniga of the 433rd ALCF, Lackland AFB, Texas, were named the top officer and senior NCO,
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2006
All users who access the March LAN must log on with their Common Access Card beginning July 31. This includes remote users, such as Outlook Web Access, Remote Access Server and Citrix.  Users will also be required to use strong passwords. Only in special circumstances, such as users that are not issued CAC cards, personnel will use strong passwords
July 31 deadline for CAC login

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2006
With all of the 163rd Air Refueling Wings remaining KC-135R tankers scheduled to be dispersed to other organizations by the beginning of June, the team received a briefing on their new Predator mission. The wing will soon be redesignated and transferred to Air Combat Command. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. D. Clare) Predator mission comes to March
The future is here. And this is the future," members were told by Col. Al Aimar as the 163rd Air Refueling Wing's commander unveiled the capabilities of the MQ-1 Predator on March 4. And, for the first time since the Base Realignment and Closure decision was announced May 13, the Grizzlies had a chance to see a static display of the aircraft they
0 3/15
2006
Drinking and Driving More serious consequences than just a hangover
Drinking for the sole purpose of getting drunk is an example of excessive drinking. Extreme indulgence of alcohol can be far more expensive than what a drinker can fix with a Bloody Mary the next morning. One of the possible repercussions is alcohol poisoning, which results when the nerves that are responsible for controlling involuntary actions
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2006
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