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Default Air Force Logo Men’s Varsity end season with heart
The men’s varsity basketball team brought home fourth place from the Southeastern Men’s Athletic Conference double elimination tournament Saturday and Sunday at Robins Air Force Base, Ga. There were eight teams total in the conference. Tyndall defeated Hurlburt 74-61 in the semi finals. Hurlburt’s first game was against local rivals, Eglin.
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Default Air Force Logo EOD Airmen remove, detonate WWII-era bomb in Pensacola
Explosive ordnance disposal Airmen from the 16th Civil Engineer Squadron destroyed a Word War II-era explosive device found in Pensacola Tuesday. The 100-pound photo-flash bomb, common to the World War II or Korean War period, was found by construction workers clearing storm debris in the waters of the Santa Rosa Sound on Pensacola Beach. When they
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Default Air Force Logo Three college scholarships offered to families
In the past two years, more than $27,000 have been given in scholarships to military family members seeking educational opportunities.Three types of scholarships are available this year as well through the Hurlburt Spouses Club and First Command Financial Planning: the Turnaround Scholarship worth $500, the First Command scholarship worth $2,000
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PENSACOLA BAY, Fla. - An HH-60G Pave Hawk, from the 41st Rescue Squadron at Moody Air Force Base, Ga., is guided into the Baylander, a Navy vessel used for helicopter training, during ship board operations Jan. 25 and 26 here. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Mark Riensche)
Air Force rescue helos perform ship-board ops
 More than 25 Airmen from the 41st Rescue Squadron took to the open waters of Pensacola Bay, Fla., Jan 25 and 26 to perform ship-board training with the Navy. The training included day and night landings on a Navy vessel to educate the pilots, co-pilots, gunners and engineers on procedures they may encounter on search and rescue operations.
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Default Air Force Logo ‘Just another day at work’ for the 106th Rescue Wing
Tred Barta claims to be one of the “best big game fishermen in the world,” with a reputation for doing things the hard way. His blunt talk and nonconformist style has made him a popular, if controversial, star of the television show, “The Best and Worst of Tred Barta,” and he’s teamed up with an elite Air Force pararescue unit for the show’s season
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Default Air Force Logo AFSOC announces 2005 media contest winners
AFSOC is proud to announce the winners of the 2005 AFSOC Media Contest. The winners in each category will go on to compete at the Air Force level. Best News Article: Airman Eric Schloeffel, 347th Rescue Wing Public Affairs. Second place: Airman 1st Class James Dickens, 16th Special Operations Wing Public Affairs. Best Feature Article: Capt. Gary
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MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. - Senior Airman Cody Mass, 347th Communications Squadron ground radio technician, sets up a satellite communication device. Airman Mass is the only Air Force Special Operations Command selection for the Scholarship for Outstanding Airman program. The program provides Airman Mass  $15,000 per year to enroll in college and return to the Air Force after graduation as a second lieutenant. (Photo by Airman Eric Schloeffel) Moody Airman SOARs to new heights
All it took for Senior Airman Cody Mass to follow his dream was a trip to the Education Office and a few minutes online. “I’d been very interested in getting commissioned,” said Airman Mass, 347th Communications Squadron ground radio technician. “After receiving some information at the education office, I applied for a couple of different
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Master Sgt. Tom Rago and Capt. Ryan Freeland, 16th Operations Support Squadron, perform self aid and buddy care on a simulated downed Airman who was ran over by a forklift.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Ali Flisek)                Airmen tested during base Phase II exercise
With mission-oriented protective posture gear on, more than 400 Airmen reported to the Permanent Exercise Facility and the flight line Jan. 17 for a Phase II employment exercise that continued through Jan. 19. The purpose of the exercise was to prepare for real-world attacks and to use information in the Airman’s Manual in order to “survive and
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1st. Lt. Nicole Mitchell, 403rd Wing, shows local teachers WC-130J weather tracking equipment, (U.S. Air Force photo by Amy Oliver) Hurricane Hunters visit Hurlburt
If it were hurricane season, some might have been worried. A Hurricane Hunter crew from the Air Force Reserve Command's 403rd Wing and their WC-130J from Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., visited Hurlburt Field Friday and Saturday, combining a flying weekend with a cameo appearance at the Teachers' Aviation and Aerospace Workshop, sponsored by the
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Lt. Col. Ted Fordyce, 16th Special Operations Squadron director of operations, explains the capabilites of the AC-130H Spectre Gunship to the teachers. Local teachers attend aviation workshop
 Fifty teachers of all grade levels from Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Escambia counties spent the day here Saturday learning about aerospace education resources and support available for use in their classrooms. The event, called the Teachers’ Aviation and Aerospace Workshop, has been sponsored here for three years by the Hurlburt Field chapter of the
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