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A automotive worker at the recycling plant moves pallets of recycled items to storage. Hurlburt Field has a world-class recycling program. Hurlburt's program educates, recycles and then reinvests in the community. 
More than 900,000 of metal and 1.7 million pounds of cardboard were recycled in 2006, returning $350,000 to Hurlburt's quality-of-life programs.  (U.S. Air Force Photograph by Dylan Laurie) Cash for trash

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The Hurlburt Field Gator Lakes Golf Course re-opened in November after a $1 million rebuild of 19 greens - improving the playability of the course and generating income for the 1st Special Operations Services Squadron. (U.S. Air Force Photograph by Dylan Laurie) Fore!

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Staff Sgt. Esther Werstler, left, 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron, demonstrates how to administer a Breathalyzer test to Senior Airman Michael Levine, 1st SOSFS. (U.S. Air Force Photograph by Dylan Laurie) DUI: Careers, futures ruined by DUIs - Court-martial, Article 15, injury, death
Thinking about getting behind the wheel of a car after drinking too much? Think again; your career will be in jeopardy. Tech. Sgt. Donald McKnight, 6th Special Operations Squadron, was court-martialed last week for driving while intoxicated and drunken disorderly conduct. He was sentenced to 60 days confinement, a reduction to senior airman,
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Default Air Force Logo Appeals speed up via Virtual MPF
Active-duty Airmen seeking a correction to or removal of an evaluation report may now receive quicker results by initiating an appeal to the Evaluation Reports Appeal Board which became available through the virtual Military Personnel Flight Monday. When members apply for an ERAB, they are requesting that a previously finalized enlisted performance
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For the Hurlburt Field fitness fanatics, the 1st Special Operations Services Squadron offers 12 intramural programs, five extramural programs, three varsity sports programs and 12 special events. (U.S. Air Force Photograph by Jamie Haig) Commander In Chief's Installation Excellence Award
Hurlburt Field is in a three-way race with Columbus Air Force Base, Miss. and Mountain Home AFB, Idaho, to determine the winner of this year's Installation Excellence Award.What can you - the Airmen - do to help us prove we are the best base in the Air Force?- Educate yourself. Find out if your unit will be visited and familiarize yourself with
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Default Air Force Logo Special Tactics Officer Earns 2006 Lance P. Sijan Award
An Air Force Special Operations Command warrior has been awarded the 2006 Sijan Award for distinguished leadership. Capt. Matthew S. Allen, a flight commander in a unit assigned to the 720th Special Tactics Group was named the junior officer category winner for the coveted award. The Lance P. Sijan Award recognizes the accomplishments of officers
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Default Air Force Logo AFSOC Units Earn Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
Seven Air Force Special Operations Command units have been awarded the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. They are: 353d Special Operations Group, AFOUA with valor, for the period 2 September 2004 to 1 September 2006. 18th Flight Test Squadron, AFOUA, for the period 1 October 2005 to 30 September 2006. 16th Mission Support Squadron, AFOUA, for the
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Default Air Force Logo AFSOC sweeps SOCOM Financial Management Awards
Air Force Special Operations Command has the best financial managers in the business, according to the results of the 2006 United States Special Operations Command Financial Management Awards competition. Ten of this year's 13 awards went to AFSOC for extraordinary work at all component levels. Mr. Bill Rone, AFSOC 's senior financial manager
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Default Air Force Logo AFSOC announces Air Force Civil Engineer Award winners
The Air Force announced the 2006 Air Force Civil Engineer Award winners this week. Air Force Special Operations Command winners include: Lt. Col. Douglas Hardman, commander, 16th Civil Engineer Squadron, Hurlburt Field - Major General L. Dean Fox Award (Formerly the Outstanding Civil Engineer Senior Military Manager) Runners-up for other awards
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Default Air Force Logo DUI exacts high price
Article 111 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and Florida Statute 316.193 makes it a crime for individuals to operate or be in physical control of a vehicle while impaired by alcohol or other intoxicants. Physical control is defined as the capability and power to dominate, direct or regulate the vehicle, regardless of whether one is
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