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  • On-time landing, team spirit highlight Rodeo beginning

    The Patriot Wing made a precise transcontinental arrival as part of the opening of the Air Force's premier airlift competition held here. Following a 2,460-mile trip from Westover, Majs. Glenn Melia and Mike Smith, 337th Airlift Squadron, put the C-5 wheels on the runway here at 11:34 and 59 seconds - one second before a mandatory 11:35 a.m.
  • Rodeo Run

  • Smoke House

  • Reconstructivist

    Col. Paul T. Babin Jr. brings his concern for the Iraqi people directly to the heart of Baghdad. As a Facility Sector Lead, Gulf Region deployed to Baghdad since early February, the former 439th Civil Engineering Squadron commander works directly with 13 different Iraqi Ministries to build or repair badly-needed resources throughout Iraq. Gen.
  • Westover officer rifles through history

    Maj. Warren Smith loves the firing range, but he usually can't see how he did until the smoke clears. But, that's pretty typical when your weapon-of-choice is a live-fire, Civil War musket - and you're competing on a Civil War shooting team. Major Smith is chief of mobility and disaster preparedness with the 439th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron,
  • Cops in Kirkuk

    Six members of the 439th Security Forces Squadron deployed to Iraq on Feb. 18. Capt. Shawn Swarz, Master Sgt. Paul Cyr, Tech. Sgt. Scott Taylor, Tech. Sgt. Ronnie Briere, Staff Sgt. Eric Marjault and Senior Airman Arjel Falcon, left as part of a 13-man squad of security forces Reservists tasked with the defense of Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq,
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