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Navy Rear Admiral Mark Handley observes as Seaman Alex Spears and Senior Chief Petty Officer Todd Bolden, the youngest and oldest Seabees in attendance, cut the cake during the Seabee Ball at the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel March 3. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Tonnette Thompson) Seabees let their hair down at anniversary ball
In a hotel ballroom, a bride and groom sent their audience of well-wishers cheering as they suddenly halted their quaint, proper waltzing and began shaking it to Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back." About an hour later, across the hall from the Fincher-Pena wedding reception, dozens of twenty-somethings, clad in sailor's dress blues and evening gowns,
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2007
Tech. Sgt. Norman D. Hicks III, a military training leader for the 360th Training Squadron, sits and watches as Airmen-in-Training run by during physical readiness training March 2. Sergeant Hicks was “mobile” the day of Airman 1st Class Anthony Vogel fell out and experienced convulsions, and was one of the MTL's who admisitered care. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jacob Corbin) Airman down!
"Airman down!" a voice with an urgent tone came across the radio. "All available personnel respond to the scene!" "We need an MTL! We need an MTL!" yelled a number of Airmen-in-Training, frantically searching for the closest military training leader. The urgency of the moment is instinctively understood as the MTL makes his way toward the Airman
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2007
Voting How Hard Poster.  Poster provided by the Department of Defense Federal Voting Assistance Program and is available as a PDF up to 22x15.5 inches.  Download at: http://www.fvap.gov/vao/posterdownloads.html. Federal Voting Assistance Program looking for slogans
The Voting Slogan Contest is a biennial contest sponsored by the Federal Voting Assistance Program in its efforts to promote interest in the democratic process among citizens covered under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act - members of the uniformed services, the Merchant Marine, their families and all U.S. citizens residing
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2007
Senior Airman Robert Zuniga draws a dosage of vaccine in preparation for the re-implementation of the Anthrax inoculation program.  Airman Zuniga was named a member of the Air Force Association's 2007 Team of the Year for his work as an expeditionary medic. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Tonnette Thompson) Immunization medic sticks spot on AFA Team of the Year
The technician assesses the situation before him: a nervous mother and her infant son, the younger of whom will undergo a painful medical procedure under the lone tech's ministrations. With practiced ease, he runs through the standard prep work - pre-screening questions, accessing and reviewing medical records, briefing the mother on possible side
0 3/02
2007
Members of the 360th Training Squadron stand ready while performing physical readiness training March 1 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. The Airmen-in-training participate in PRT, consisting of 30 minutes of calisthenics and a group run among the training squadrons, outside the 360th dormitory three times a week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jacob Corbin) Falling in and working out

0 3/02
2007
David Hendricks, a production controller with the 982nd Maitenance Support Squadron's training support flight, shows some of the products created by the flights fused deposition modeler to Tech Sgt. Stephen Stults, a operations managerwith the 372nd Training Squdron, at the 5th Annual Sheppard Tech Expo Feb. 27. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jacob Corbin) Instructors introduced to technology at 5th Annual Sheppard Tech Expo
The Sheppard Club housed a plethora of teaching technology, from the surprisingly simple to the absurdly advanced, Feb. 27 at the 5th Annual Sheppard Tech Expo. The expo gave almost 30 commercial vendors and Team Sheppard members the chance to show off the types of technology available to help train the next generation of Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors
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2007
Neil Kendall, a Boy Scout with Troop 232 on Sheppard, makes room for more donated items Feb. 24. Neil, the son of 80th Flying Training Wing Commander Col. Jeffrey and Lori Kendall, organized a drive to collect various items from base housing areas for delivery to the Airman's Attic. (U.S. Air Force photo/Adrian McCandless) Local Scouts step up, collect donations for Airman's Attic
Generation Y might be thought of as slackers, wasting away their time in front of television sets and video games. They may have been saturated with the best that technology has to offer. Multi-tasking could consist of listening to music through their "pod" of choice while playing a video game, breaking occasionally to take a picture on their cell
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2007
"Aquavit," a Norwegian drink derived from potatoes, is offered to attendees for the Around the World Celebration at the Sheppard Club Feb. 24. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Tonnette Thompson) ENJJPT offers "smorgasbord" of cuisine at Around the World Celebration
Charlotte Sorensen adjusts her "bunad" before offering up another helping of "lefse." Behind her, a projection screen flashes landscape scenery: the Sunnmřre mountains frosted with snow; planes flying through a blue, cloudy sky; the city of Oslo bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Before her, a sea of people swarm the small area, wandering to and from
0 2/27
2007
Imani Pirrie stands very still while Cherie and Dave Gregg, Goodwill Ambassador Clowns with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus strategically juggle pins around her. Cherie and Dave performed their Circus Science show Feb. 24 for Sheppard children at the Madrigal Youth Center. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Isom) Ringling Bros. clowns entertain at Sheppard

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2007
Staff Sgt. Holly Long, a physical education instructor for the 382nd Training Squadron, was STEP-promoted to technical sergeant Feb. 26.  With her students looking on, Tech. Sgt. Long was informed of her new status by 82nd Training Wing commander Brig. Gen. Richard Devereaux and 82nd TRW Command Chief Master Sgt. Jeannie McLean.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Tonnette Thompson) Physical therapist gets STEP-promoted to tech.

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