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  • Constant training makes for consistent success

    Always vigilant and ever prepared is the Air Force way.  Staying in tune to this philosophy, March Air Reserve Base is holding a two-week training course ending today on operational procedures for our Tunner 60K loaders, a piece of equipment exclusive to the military. The Tunner 60K, named after former Commander of the U.S. Air Forces in Europe,
  • From Vietnam to March: 37 years of selfless service

    She has a career that spans nearly 37 years, starting as a young nurse in her early twenties serving with the Twelfth Air Force Hospital at Cam Rahn Bay, Vietnam, in 1971 and 1972.  And today, when you talk candidly to her, she will emphatically tell you she loves every bit of what she does. So, the standing ovation from the audience during her
  • Kitchen on wheels serves up meals

    New Orleans may have Emril, and Las Vegas brags about Wolfgang Puck, but the Army has Sgt. Miguel Lopez. Soldiers of the 304th Sustainment Brigade at March Air Reserve Base, Calif., were treated to Lopez's cooking on the weekend of March third and fourth as part of the debut of the unit's Containerized Kitchen, a trailer that has all of the
  • An hour in Africa

    Senior Airman Jorge Luna joined the Air Force four years ago "just for fun." He said that after the tragedy of 9/11 he felt compelled to do his part and so he took a break from college to attend Basic Training and Technical School. One of the things he looked forward to after joining was the military's promise of seeing the world. But the only
  • Korean aircraft lands at March Air Reserve Base, makes history

    A Korean airlines 747 landed on the flight line at March Air Reserve Base Wednesday, making history as the first aircraft to fly under an airlift support agreement established in 1981 by the Department of Defense and South Korean Air Force. Sung H. Kim, senior manager at Korean Air's traffic department in Los Angeles, said the exercise ran smoothly
  • 163d RW Civil Engineers Train and Build

      What do a tropical island and thirty-eight 163d Reconnaissance Wing Civil Engineers have in common? Both were surrounded by water during a Deployment For Training (DFT) exercise at Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen, Puerto Rico, Mar. 3 to 17.   The DFT project involved renovating a barbershop/class six into a gym annex that included two bathrooms
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