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Allan Widener, driver and mechanic, opens the panels of the war wagon to reveal the equipment and supplies it holds. U. S. Air Force photo by Sue Sapp   B-1 Stab Shop finishes eight-year project
The B-1 Stabilizer Shop recently completed an eight-year modification project to extend the life of the aging aircraft. Concluded March 13, the process removed and replaced roughly 95 percent of the B-1B horizontal stabilizer's internal structure on the entire fleet of 77 bombers. Located near the tail of the aircraft, the left and right horizontal
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Brigadier General Kathleen Close Brig. Gen. Close named new Ogden Air Logistics Center leader
Brig. Gen. Kathleen D. Close has been selected to become the next commander of the Ogden Air Logistics Center. General Close is currently the Director of Maintenance within the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Installations and Mission Support, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. She will succeed Maj. Gen. Kevin J. Sullivan, who was
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Default Air Force Logo Hill AFB general nominated for third star
Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates announced Tuesday that the President has nominated Maj. Gen. Kevin J. Sullivan, commander of the Ogden Air Logistics Center here, for the rank of lieutenant general and to become the Deputy Chief of Staff, Installations, Logistics, and Mission Support, at Headquarters United States Air Force, Pentagon,
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Jasey Colunga, machinist with the 530th Commodities Maintenance Squadron, leans on his most recently completed artwork at Hill Air Force Base. This is the single largest work of art Mr. Colunga has completed. The entire mural spans 170 feet by 35 feet, and is too wide to capture in a single photo. Drafts for the mural began with roadmaps from Texas to Utah representing the connection the unit has had with Texas in the past. Those drafts were tossed aside, however, and replaced with an all encompassing picture of Utah. The mural depicts southern Utah on the left and northern Utah on the right side. “The mural is really just to boost morale in our building,” said Mr. Colunga. “It turns our industrial workplace into an interesting shop that people remember.” Courtesy Photo Art at work: Maintenance employee swaps wrench for brush
Jasey Colunga, machinist with the 530th Commodities Maintenance Squadron, leans on his most recently completed artwork at Hill Air Force Base. This is the single largest work of art Mr. Colunga has completed. The entire mural spans 170 feet by 35 feet, and is too wide to capture in a single photo. Drafts for the mural began with roadmaps from Texas
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Fiscal year 2006 was the safest year in aviation ever for the Air Force.  The year marked the lowest number of major aircraft accidents and fatalities within the Department of Defense.  (U.S. Air Force illustration/Luke Borland) Air Force announces 2006 as safest year in aviation
Fiscal year 2006 was the safest year in aviation ever for the Air Force.The year marked the lowest number of major aircraft accidents and fatalities within the Department of Defense, said the Chief of Air Force Safety Maj. Gen. Stan Gorenc recently.According to the statistics, the Air Force recorded 19 major aviation mishaps, eight destroyed
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