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Their continuing mission: Hurricane Hunters gather data for winter storms

Story by TSgt Ryan Labadens on 01/12/2018 KEESLER AIR FORCE BASE, Miss. Some people might think that when hurricane season comes to an end, so does the mission of the Air Force Reserve "Hurricane Hunters." But that's not the case. For members of the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, also know
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104th Training Division (LT) hosts Change of Command Ceremony

Story by SPC Tynisha Daniel on 01/05/2018 Joint Base Lewis-McChord, W.A. The 104th Training Division (Leader Training) held a historical change of command ceremony at Watkins Field on Sept. 23, 2017. Brig. Gen. Joseph A. Edwards II assumed command of the 104th from Brig. Gen. (Promotable) Darrell J. Guthrie. With
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Recycled, repaired and ready to roll

Story by CPT Briana McFarland on 01/03/2018 CAMP TAJI MILITARY COMPLEX, IraqInteroperability and partnership are two key words that loomed in the air as the 536th Support Maintenance Company and the 449th Combat Aviation Brigade welcomed the task of repairing a vital piece of equipment for mission success while strengthening
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From Texas heat to ROK winters, 3-16 FAR put rounds downrange despite the change of scenery

Story by PFC Keonhee Lee on 01/02/2018 YEONCHEON, Republic of Korea -- Grumbling sounds of the engines of M109A6 Paladins rattled the quietness of the snow and the mountains as 3rd Battalion, 16th Field Artillery Regiment, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division/ROK-US Combined Division conducted Table XII certification at
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Unraveling my elitist bias

Story by SrA Abby Finkel on 12/29/2017 ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England Enlisted Airmen are uneducated, mindlessly-rule-following peons who only perform menial grunt work and are cannon fodder for the battlefield. As an over-educated civilian who had no ties to the military, I am ashamed to say that I had
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Army Arsenal signs $14.2M contract to reduce costs, become more environmentally compliant

Story by John Snyder on 12/20/2017 WATERVLIET ARSENAL, N.Y. -- The Watervliet Arsenal has agreed to a $14.2 million contract with energy provider National Grid that will make the Army manufacturer of cannons and mortars so energy efficient that the savings will pay for the enhancements over a 16-year period.
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