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Sailors from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron-Two Five pose after placing third in the Continental Airlines Plane Pull. HSC-25 places third in aircraft pull
This was Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron-Two Five's second year participating in the Continental Airlines Plane Pull "Towing the Line to Save Lives." HSC-25's entry fees were donated by the HSC-25 Chief and Officers mess. The proceeds for this event went to the American Cancer Society. This year the event had a personal touch for the command. HSC-25
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2007
Airmen from the 36th Contingency Response Group conduct a morning workout at Tarague Beach to stay “Fit to Fight.” The 36 CRG's physical training is structured to keep the Airmen from the group in top physical condition and ready to respond to any call short-notice deployment. The groups’ structured PT involves the entire squadron and works to bolster morale as well as to stay in shape.  (Courtesy Photo) 36th Crisis Response Group is "Fit to Fight"
They have a first sergeant who holds the record for push-ups in the gas chamber and a superintendent who has two degrees in fitness. Each Airman is in peak physical shape. The 36th Contingency Response Group definitely is "Fit to Fight!" The 36 CRG is well-known at Andersen for their rigorous physical training program, which was established by
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Researching career counseling options avoids confusion
People who are happy with their job tend to perform it best - that's not a secret. Supervisors at all levels are required to give career counseling to subordinates. Helping people find the right job at the right time provides a happier and healthier workforce, thus optimizing our warfighting effectiveness. You, as a supervisor, are the catalyst for
0 5/11
2007
Jonathon Payton of the 36th SVS prepares to bat as the pitcher launches the ball.
AMS sends SVS packing, 20-5
The 734th Air Mobility Squadron sends 36th Services Squadron packing, 20-5. When the first inning was over between the 734 AMS and the 36 SVS, it looked to be an exciting offensive softball clinic as the 36 SVS was on top 4-2. Apparently, the Services team didn't get the memo as their offense stalled the rest of the way, while the AMS' went into
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2007
ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam 00 Capt. William Lujan and Jeffrey Crandell stand with Lt. Col. James Hudson, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Det. 602 commander, and Maj. Erik Goepner, 36th Security Forces Squadron commander, after being recognized as the Vigilant Warrior. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Brian Bahret) Base recognizes two for increased awareness, security response
The Vigilant Warrior Program, a joint Security Forces and Air Force Office of Special Investigation initiative, was created to increase awareness in our Air Force community. Working in conjunction with the Air Force Eagle Eyes Program, SFS/AFOSI created bi-monthly exercises to test how quickly people report suspicious activities. The first person
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2007
Asian-Pacific American Heritage Poster. This poster is 7.5x10 inches @ 300 ppi and was created by Bob Goode of the Air Force News Agency. This poster can be provided up to 18x24 inches in size and in almost any format required upon request. Air Force Link does not provide printed posters but assistance can be provided in acquiring posters through your servicing DAPS. A PDF version for printing on office printers is also available. Requests can be made to afgraphics@dma.mil. Please specify the title and number. Andersen celebrates Asian/Pacific Heritage Month
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is celebrated around the globe with community festivals, educational activities for children, and government sponsored activities. This month, the Special Observance Committee plans to bring Andersen Air Force Base a celebration unlike what has been seen in the last few years. Events to expect in honor of Asian
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Andersen establishes new website, retains base paper
The Air Force's initiative to move news to the web has left people wondering what exactly will happen to the base newspaper. At many bases, the newspaper is simply going away - a paper copy will no longer exist. For them, the news will be delivered online. We at the 36th Wing Public Affairs Office are working with Lee Weber, the Pacific Daily News
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2007
Airmen from the 36th Munitions Squadron load weapons on a B-52. ‘Bring the mission home’
Brig. Gen. Douglas Owens addressed Airmen and their families at two Town Hall meetings held Tuesday at the base Theater. The meetings were a forum for wing leadership to inform the base populace about the wing and listen to the concerns of the men and women who live and work here. General Owens opened the meeting by outlining the base's role in
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2007
Four 36th Contingency Response Group Airman stand ready to parachute from a C-17.  Joint exercise demonstrates CRG, C-17 capabilities
Airlift and contingency response combined recently during a joint training mission between the 36th Contingency Response Group and the 15th Airlift Wing, Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii. Together, they conducted the first C-17 airdrop training mission that paired the two units together. After drop zones opened up on Northwest Field and Andersen, a
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2007
Col. Joel Westa congratulates Staff Sgt. Michael Pough for his contributions to the tax center.  Sergeant Pough was the top tax preparation volunteer for the year.  Tax center collects $1.6 million in refunds
The Andersen Tax Center, a vital service to Team Andersen members, closed out another successful year on April 17. Each year, the tax center provides Airmen, dependents, and retirees in the Andersen Air Force Base community an avenue to obtain quality tax preparation services free of charge. In just a few short months, Stephanie Hansen, the tax
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2007
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