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Default Air Force Logo Coming soon: bigger, better, brand new base exchange
For those who love to shop, this is a dream come true. Within two years Andersen will have a large, new and improved Army and Air Force Exchange Service Base Exchange. This building will be located directly across from the new shoppette. It will have approximately 60 percent more space, which is more than Andersen's current shopping center. For
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Second convenience store opens on Andersen
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service recently opened a Shoppette/Class Six on Andersen to provide customers the opportunity to purchase necessities within only one stop. "It has a little of everything, including an assortment of stationery, books, magazines, and health and beauty aids," said Mr. Roy Punzalan, facility manager. The new shoppette
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Keep illegal software off Andersen's computers
During the last few months, more than 6,000 illegal software downloads have been removed from official government computers on Andersen. The recent push to clean the network first stemmed from the 36th Wing Information Assurance Office establishing a software management and monitoring program in accordance with AFI 33-114. "The goal of the program
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2007
Default Air Force Logo AFPC: No involuntary DEROS extensions
The Air Force Personnel Center has matched assignments for Airmen who volunteered for Consecutive Overseas Tour with reporting dates of July, August, or September 2007. The assignment process is slowly stabilizing with this move. Additionally, Airmen should be relieved to know that the AFPC is not going to involuntarily extend an Airman's DEROS as
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Taxis on base: AAFES contracts new cab service to better serve military customers
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service has contracted taxis that will now be allowed to provide service on the installation. "We decided to offer taxi service for the convenience of our military customers," said Elaine Sablan, AAFES services business manager. "We always look for different ways to provide service and this is one thing we have been
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Andersen fire department, HSC-25 rescue injured hiker
An Airman assigned to the 36th Expeditionary Operations Group was injured while hiking at Tarague Beach here Sunday. The Airman was injured after falling approximately 10 to 15 feet while hiking on a downhill slope. One of three other hikers was able to use a cell phone to call for assistance. A team of four Andersen fire and rescue members was
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2007
Default Air Force Logo 36th LRS three-peats PACAF win
The verdict is in -- Andersen has the best non-flying logistics readiness squadron in the Pacific Air Forces. This fact was confirmed when PACAF announced the 36th LRS won their third consecutive PACAF Non-flying Logistics Readiness Unit of the Year Award for 2006. "Winning this award validates what we do here," said Capt. Scott Sitterson, 36th LRS
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2007
William C. Anderson shares breakfast with several Airmen Jan. 20 during his visit to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. As assistant secretary of the Air Force, Mr. Anderson heads three division departments that deal at the policy level with Air Force facility and logistical issues. The department's responsibilities include installations, military construction, base closure and realignment; environment, safety and occupational health issues; and all logistical matters. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Miranda Moorer)
Assistant SECAF visits Andersen, speaks of future Guam development
Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Logistics the Honorable William C. "Bill" Anderson and his Navy counterpart, the Honorable B.J. Penn, traveled to Guam to analyze the status of joint basing and future Guam development. Retired U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Gen. David Bice U.S. accompanied the assistant secretaries as
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2007
ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- The first of six B-52 Stratofortresses taxis to its parking spot here after landing Feb. 22.  The B-52s and about 300 people from Minot Air Force Base, N.D., are deploying here to support U.S. Pacific Command's request for a rotational bomber force on Guam.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Bennie J. Davis III) Bombers arrive at Andersen
The first three B-52 Stratofortress bombers from Minot Air Force Base, N.D., arrived here Feb. 22 under an overcast sky. A total of six bombers from the 5th Bomb Wing will call Andersen home for an undetermined amount of time at the request of U.S. Pacific Command officials.The bombers are the first rotation to deploy here as part of the command's
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