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Salute to Veteran's Parade Salute to Veteran's Parade
Salute to Veteran's Parade
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2013
Heroes Day at UC-Riverside Baseball Heroes Day at UC-Riverside Baseball
Heroes Day at UC-Riverside Baseball
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2013
Discovery Dome Planetarium at March Field Air Museum this month Discovery Dome Planetarium at March Field Air Museum this month
Discovery Dome Planetarium at March Field Air Museum this month.
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2013
The renovation of the March Inn is nearing completion. All major construction projects on the outside are finished, though there are still some minor upgrades on the inside that are being worked. After passing inspection, new furniture will be moved in and the inn’s 25 newly-renovated rooms will be ready for the first overnight guests, since construction began in February 2011. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Tracy Ellingsen) March Inn nears completion
The renovation of the March Inn is nearing completion. All major construction projects on the outside are finished, though there are still some minor upgrades on the inside that are being worked. After passing inspection, new furniture will be moved in and the inn's 25 newly-renovated rooms will be ready for the first overnight guests, since
0 3/18
2013
Staff Sgt. Joshua Tovar, 452d Aerial Port Support Flight said, “As members of the military we are in a unique position to make a positive impact on the youth and children in our community and it is important that we do so.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Darnell Gardner) Read Across America: Dr. Seuss National Reading Day
Approximately 35 Airmen from March Air Reserve Base participated in the 15th annual Read Across America Day program, at the John F. Kennedy Elementary school and four other local schools, March 1. Each member was assigned to several classrooms for a "celebration of reading," in which they read their favorite children's book and cast votes for the
0 3/18
2013
The 137th Quartermaster Company prepared a Chinese meal for the judges during the
Connelly Competition held in El Monte, Calif., March 2. The menu included sweet and sour chicken, egg drop soup, Lyonnaise rice, vegetable stir fry, spring salad and yellow cake. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Tracy Ellingsen) Connelly competitors cook for the trophy
They are usually the first soldiers to wake up in the morning and the last to go to bed at night. They spend their days in hot kitchens and cold refrigerators, all so their fellow service members can enjoy a hot meal. Recently, one unit of Army cooks got its share of the glory.The 137th Quartermaster Company participated in the highest level of
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2013
Emergency Services Support Team volunteers needed Emergency Services Support Team volunteers needed
Seismic activity is no stranger to California, as we were reminded again, March 11, with two mid-morning tremors, initially measuring 5.1 magnitudes, in the Anza and La Quinta areas. Although they were adjusted downward later in the day, the reminder of our vulnerability to such an event is always apparent.March Air Reserve Base is home to almost
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2013
Colonel Samuel Mahaney, 452d Air Mobility Wing commander, performs a final torque on a C-17 NLG Tie Bolts to 162 ft. lbs with Staff Sgt. John Rey, 452d Maintenance Squadron. The wing commander began what he calls a “Dirty Thursday” program where he works along side Airman, getting his hands and clothes dirty.He noted that it’s a great opportunity to know the people who work in the wing as well as a chance to learn what individuals are really doing to support the mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Joshua Hornberger) Dirty Thursday
Colonel Samuel Mahaney, 452d Air Mobility Wing commander, performs a final torque on a  C-17 NLG Tie Bolts to 162 ft. lbs with Staff Sgt. John Rey, 452d Maintenance Squadron.  The wing commander began what he calls a "Dirty Thursday" program where he works along side Airman, getting his hands and clothes dirty. He noted that it's a great 
0 3/10
2013
Aeromedical personnel tend to wounded warriors while onboard a C-17 Globemaster
III. Missions transport the injured from areas of responsibility to Ramstein AB, Germany, the regional contingency aeromedical staging facility. There, wounded will be assessed for continued care, in which they will be transferred to Lundstul Army Hospital if unstable, or released to travel stateside for continued recovery. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) 452d Aeromedical Staging Squadron: Our reward is our job
If the U.S. Armed Forces are to remain the leaders of global engagement, they must maintain a force that stands ready to deploy at a moment's notice. This type of commitment involves the selfless acts of those whose calling is to serve their country without question or mental reservation. Hardest hit are forces assigned to combat duty. Casualties
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2013
An employee unscrews the gas cap to a new electric government vehicle. These vehicles can drive up to 38 miles on pure electricity before a gas powered motor begins to generate electricity to power the engine. Currently, privately owned vehicles cannot be serviced at government charging stations. (U.S. Marine photo by Pfc. Melissa Eschenbrenner) Electrifying: Where can I plug in my EV?
The goal of a healthy environment, reduced dependence on foreign oil and sky-rocketing gas prices has inspired many people and organizations to purchase electric vehicles. The Department of Defense has expanded their fleet of electric vehicles to more than 3,000 cars. As a matter of fact, many members of the Air Force are choosing electric vehicles
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2013
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