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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
0 12/15
2006
Default Air Force Logo Seasons Greetings!
I'd like to wish you and your loved ones a happy and blessed holiday season. It has been a fantastic year to be in Air Force Special Operations Command, and I am incredibly proud of each and every one of you. We have achieved great things this year, including adding three remarkable aircraft into our inventory -- the U-28, the MC-130W and the
0 12/15
2006
Default Air Force Logo 1st SOMSS trio aid injured man
Going to a farewell luncheon isn't too unusual when you're in the military, but a recent such gathering turned into a chance event to be heroines for three Hurlburt Field women Nov. 30. Staff Sgt. Kelly Potter, Senior Airman Amelia Robinson and Tami Ivison, all assigned to the 1st Special Operations Mission Support Squadron, were standing in the
0 12/11
2006
Default Air Force Logo Hurlburt Airmen grant Honduran Christmas Wish
With the holidays closing in at break-neck speed, most of us are trying to finish up our shopping, decorating and holiday travel plans. But one group of Hurlburt Airmen will take a break from the usual hustle and bustle to make a special trip and grant some Christmas wishes. From Monday through Thursday, more than a dozen Airmen from the 6th, 15th
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2006
Tech. Sgt. Daniel Hunt, 1st Special Operations Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, and his wife, Hannah, decorate their base residence Nov. 25. The warm November weather was a treat for the family who moved here from Alaska. (U.S. Air Force Photograph by Master Sgt. Stuart Camp) Holiday fire safety tips for families
The Hurlburt Field Fire Emergency Services cares about every member of our Air Force community, so during the holiday season, we would like to share some simple safety rules. When setting up your tree, follow these rules: Never use candles to decorate a tree, water cut trees daily and never place trees near a heating source. Look for a fire
0 12/08
2006
Senior Airman Nathaniel Starr, 1st Special Operations Helicopter Maintenance Squadron, practices hitting a few balls at the Gator Lakes driving range Dec. 4. The Gator Lakes Golf Course reopened recently after months of renovations. (U.S. Air Force Photograph by Jon Ortiz) Gator Lakes reopens
The Gator Lakes Golf Course opened Nov. 15 after nearly seven months of renovations. The course, which closed in April, suffered from drought and outdated drainage and irrigation systems, prompting the greens renovation project. Officials expect the greens to be fully matured by May 2007. Meanwhile, the course's front nine holes are grown in and
0 12/08
2006
An Airman applies a fresh coat of paint to the Airmen Center here Dec. 4. The new Airmen's Center is located at Dldg. 90337 on Tully St. and is scheduled to open after New Years. (U.S. Air Force Photograph by 2nd Lt. Lauren Johnson) Missed a spot

0 12/08
2006
Default Air Force Logo Hurlburt Field nominated for excellence
Air Force announced Dec. 6 that Hurlburt Field has been named one of three finalists in the Commander-In-Chief's Annual Award for Installation Excellence. The other bases nominated are Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, and Columbus AFB, Miss. The bases were selected for "outstanding contributions, innovation and commitment to excellence of our
0 12/06
2006
Default Air Force Logo Air Force recognizes five combat controllers
Five combat controllers accepted the Air Force-level special operator awards Nov. 9 at the 23rd Special Tactics Squadron. The recipients were Maj. Michael Martin, 24th STS, Pope Air Force Base, N.C., Capt. James Alexander, Master Sgt. Douglas Fenske and Senior Airman Fred Baker, 21st STS, Pope AFB and Tech. Sgt. Bradley Reilly, 23rd STS. The 23rd
0 11/20
2006
The CV-22 Osprey flies by during its unveiling ceremony at Hurlburt Field, Fla. on Nov 16.  The arrival of the CV-22 to Air Force Special Operations Command is part of Hurlburt Field's Heritage to Horizon commemoration, reflecting on the heritage of air commandos, reaffirming the commitment to the war on terrorism and resolving to continually expand capabilities. The commemoration also includes marking the re-designation of the 16th Special Operations Wing to the 1st SOW and the Air Force's 60th birthday.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman First Class Stephanie Sinclair) Air Commandos celebrate AF60 with old and new
The first operational CV-22 Osprey stole the show during an air power demonstration at Hurlburt Field, Fla., Nov. 16, commemorating the Air Force's 60th anniversary. As special operations forces simulated a behind-the-lines mission with Air Force Special Operations Command AC-130 gunships firing overhead and MH-53 Pave Low helicopters bringing in
0 11/17
2006
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