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Default Air Force Logo Air Force leaders issue Energy Awareness message
Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz send the following message regarding energy awareness month to the Airmen of the U.S. Air Force and their families:Global Vigilance, Reach, and Power at home and abroad require vast amounts of energy - whether it is fuel for our aircraft, gas for our
0 10/04
2011
Onizuka's transfer is final mission Former Onizuka Air Station ready for new challenges
For more than 50 years, Onizuka Air Force Station was a top secret member of the Air Force Satellite Control Network. The installation is now ready to take on new frontiers.The "Blue Cube" building on Onizuka AFS played a critical role in our nation's security and protection since 1960. The station started off conducting operations on the nation's
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2011
Default Air Force Logo Air Force signs cleanup decision for former McClellan Skeet Range
The Air Force marks another cleanup achievement for the former McClellan Air Force Base with the signing of the Record of Decision for the former Skeet Range. Encompassing some 50 acres in the northwest portion of the former base, the Skeet Range includes seven vernal pools and an unlined drainage ditch. Several buildings and a baseball field have
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2011
Terry Yonkers (right), the assistant secretary of Air Force for installations, environment and logistics, talks with Virginia Congressman Randy Forbes July 19, 2011, at the Association of Defense Communities annual conference in Norfolk, Va.  Air Force officials participate in this event, underscoring the commitment to local communities with active and closed military installations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Linda Geissinger) Partnering is vital to Air Force and communities
Speaking at the opening of the annual conference of the Association of Defense Communities July 19, Terry Yonkers, the assistant secretary of the Air Force for installations, environment and logistics, stressed the importance of Air Force partnerships with local communities as well as with private sector businesses. "These partnerships become more
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2011
Construction workers removing pipes from one of the groundwater treatment systems at the former Castle Air Force Base in Atwater, Calif.  The Air Force has two additional groundwater treatment systems that continue to operate on the former base. This system had achieved its goal and is no longer needed for groundwater cleanup. Air Force dismantles groundwater treatment plant at Castle
The Air Force Real Property Agency marked a major achievement in the groundwater cleanup program at the former Castle Air Force Base this month by dismantling a groundwater treatment plant that is no longer needed. Built in 1994, the Operable Unit (OU) 1 plant, located on the southeast side of the base, treated the highest levels of groundwater
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