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A full-spectrum video camera records as it sits on the floor of a building on March Air Reserve Base, Califl, where Senior Airman Jose Mora, 452nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron, and a small team of assistants, conduct a parnormal investigation April 20, 2013. Mora teamed with Senior Airman Mathieu Beaulieu, 912th Air Refueling Squadron, and the two have done many investigations together this year. (U.S. Air Force photo/Linda Welz) All in the 'spirit' of Halloween
(This is the final in a four-part series on things that go bump in the night.)In an effort to entertain readers, I did some research, interviews and investigations to see what, if any, paranormal information I could find on base for the October issues of the Beacon.The pre-cursor to the series was a ghostly Candid Comments in the last September
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2013
Senior Airman Jose Mora, 452nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron, wears a lab coat and stethoscope during an April 20, 2013 paranormal investigation, hoping it would put spirits at ease while investigating a former medical facility at March Field. Here Mora sits in the dark asking questions to prompt replies through an Electronic Voice Phonomina recorder. (U.S. Air Force photo/Linda Welz) He's a 'sensitive' ghost hunter
(This is the third in a four-part series on things that go bump in the night.)Senior Airman Jose Mora, 452nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron, isn't just a ghost hunter. He is also known as sensitive in the psychic arena. His mother and sisters are sensitive also. He said that if something bad is going to happen, that they are unaware of at the time,
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Senior Airman Mathieu Beaulieu, 912th Air Refueling Squadron (left) and Senior Airman Jose Mora, 452nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron, prepare to set up a digital voice recorder during a September 2013 paranormal investigation at March Air Reserve Base, Calif. Beaulieu, an active duty mechanic, and Mora, a Reserve medical administration technician, joined forces to investigate various locations on the historic base.(U.S. Air Force photo/Linda Welz) Who ya gonna call?
(This is the second in a four-part series on things that go bump in the night.)Senior Airman Mathieu Beaulieu is an active duty, aircraft mechanic assigned to the 912th Air Refueling Squadron at March Air Reserve Base, Calif. He is also a paranormal investigator. He has always been curious about the paranormal and enjoys watching shows about ghost
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2013
These two appartitions were captured recently, on March Air Reserve Base, with an infra-red video camera, during the early-morning hours, in a dark room with no lights being used. Every person on the investigation team is accounted for in the video and none of them saw anything when they were in the room. When the camera was panning, the images were captured, but disappeared when the pan was reversed. (Courtesy photo/Mathieu Beaulieu) Do you believe in ghosts?
(This is the first in a four-part series on things that go bump in the night.)Movies with a paranormal theme are popular in the entertainment industry. But, how much of it is really true, or is any of it? Do you believe in spirits among us? Do you believe some people are sensitive or have a sixth sense? Have you ever heard stories about Air Force
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2013
Tech. Sgt. Matthew Blonde pauses during a typical day at the 'office.'  Sergeant Blonde, 452nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron, is a member of the Critical Care Aeromedical Transport Team and a full-time, civilian respiratory therapist.  (Photo courtesy of TSgt. Matt Blonde) Giving the breath of life
They called Iraq's Camp Anaconda "Mortaritaville." On April 10, 2004, Tech. Sgt. Matthew Blonde found out why.He and another medical technician were walking back to their tent after their shift ended at the hospital when a mortar whooshed overhead, flashing as it exploded into a tent a few hundred yards away.Sergeant Blonde remembers dashing into
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2011
Ricardo Alvarez March Minutes: Following March ARB personnel in 130-character micro-messages
Ricardo AlvarezCutting hair at March since 1964Consolidated Barber Shop HOMETOWN McNary, Ariz.Tuesday, March 2, 2010 0703 Picking up breakfast and coffee at the Back Street Cafe. 0751 Sweeping the floor. Even though I swept it last night before I left, there is always more hair on the floor in the morning. 0800 My first haircut is a retired service
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2010
The Beacon is March Air Reserve Base's weekly newspaper. The Beacon's Highlights of 2009
March Air Reserve Base news35 members of the 452nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron deployed to Panama for a humanitarian mission (Jan. 12)March received a ninth C-17 Globemaster III (Jan. 13)Brig. Gen. Eric W. Crabtree became Commander, Fourth Air Force; Major Gen. Robert E. Duignan retires (Jan. 25)50th and 56th Aerial Ports Squadrons deployed
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2010
Default Air Force Logo Airmen Against Drunk Driving
The effects of drinking and driving can be devastating and, at times, fatal. Social drinking impairs the drinker's perception, judgment and slows motor skills. Injuries such as scrapes, bruises and sprained ankles are not uncommon and, in some cases, drinkers are a danger to not only themselves but to others if they decide to drive. Excessive
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2008
Allan Miller, 452nd MOS, goes for the shot and helps give his team, Old School,
the game lead. Four teams entered the AFRC initiated games, battling it out in a first to 15 double elimination tournament held at March Air Reserve Base.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt Mike Blair) 452nd All Stars win first Fit to Fight - Keep Moving Initiative
The Sports and Fitness Center recently hosted the first of the Air Force Reserve Command Fit To Fight - Keep Moving Initiative. Four teams turned out for a double elimination 3-on-3 basketball tournament.  They played first to 15 or 15 minutes. During round one, the 452nd All Stars beat out the Predator team and team Old School took out team
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2007
Chris Lowe took first place in the five kilometer run at March Air Reserve Base with a time of 20 minutes, 41 seconds. He was followed by James Moat running a 20:49. (U.S. Air Force photos by Staff Sgt. Amy Abbott) March runs for fun
The Sports and Fitness center hosted a 5-kilometer walk/run Wednesday. Forty-six participants showed up for the event representing various units on base to include the Air National Guard and the Army, as well as the local retirement community. Taking first place for the men was Chris Lowe who ran the course in 20 minutes, 41 seconds. Coming in
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2007
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