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Air Guardsman earns top Air Force safety award Air Guardsman earns top Air Force safety award
Air Guardsman earns top Air Force safety award

Under the Air Force Maintenance Resource Management (MRM) program, all Airmen are empowered to call “Knock it off” if they witness an action that could lead to a mishap. Lt. Col. Doug “Odie” Slocum, an F-16 pilot and the 162nd Fighter Wing chief of safety, recently earned the Air Force Chief of Staff Individual Safety Award for his work to bring the MRM program to Air Force units around the world. (Air Force poster by Lt. Col. Doug “Odie” Slocum)
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Posted: 4/14/2009

Security Forces get pepper sprayedSecurity Forces get pepper sprayed
Security Forces get pepper sprayed

Army Specialist Jose Zavala finds relief after being sprayed with pepper spray in an open fire hydrant at the 162nd Fighter Wing in Tucson, Ariz., April 7. All Security Forces members who have not experienced the non-lethal agent are now required to learn its effects according to a new Air Force manual on the use of force. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 4/8/2009

Security Forces get pepper sprayedSecurity Forces get pepper sprayed
Security Forces get pepper sprayed

Senior Airman Joe De Vos finds relief after being sprayed with pepper spray in an open fire hydrant at the 162nd Fighter Wing in Tucson, Ariz., April 7. All Security Forces members who have not experienced the non-lethal agent are now required to learn its effects according to a new Air Force manual on the use of force. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 4/8/2009

Security Forces get pepper sprayedSecurity Forces get pepper sprayed
Security Forces get pepper sprayed

Army Specialist Jose Zavala, left, fights off Tech. Sgt. Michael Royval after being sprayed in the face with pepper spray at the 162nd Fighter Wing in Tucson, Ariz., April 7. All Security Forces members who have not experienced the non-lethal agent are now required to learn its effects according to a new Air Force manual on the use of force. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 4/8/2009

Security Forces get pepper sprayedSecurity Forces get pepper sprayed
Security Forces get pepper sprayed

Senior Airman Joe De Vos, left, fights off Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Wallace after being sprayed in the face with pepper spray at the 162nd Fighter Wing in Tucson, Ariz., April 7. All Security Forces members who have not experienced the non-lethal agent are now required to learn its effects according to a new Air Force manual on the use of force. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 4/8/2009

Security Forces get pepper sprayedSecurity Forces get pepper sprayed
Security Forces get pepper sprayed

Senior Airman Joe De Vos gets sprayed in the face with pepper spray at the 162nd Fighter Wing in Tucson, Ariz., April 7. All Security Forces members who have not experienced the non-lethal agent are now required to learn its effects according to a new Air Force manual on the use of force. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 4/8/2009

NGB selects international training wing for top diversity honorsNGB selects international training wing for top diversity honors
NGB selects international training wing for top diversity honors

Tucson’s Ballet Folklorico Los Mextucaz, take a souvenir photo in front of an F-16 static display at the 162nd Fighter Wing at Tucson International Airport. The dance team demonstrated Mexican folk dancing at the wing to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month, Oct. 3, 2008. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Dave Neve)
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Posted: 4/3/2009

Expeditionary entertainer returns to TucsonExpeditionary entertainer returns to Tucson
Expeditionary entertainer returns to Tucson

Tech. Sgt. Chandra Smith sings with Tops in Blue at the Tucson Convention Center, June 4, 2008. The show was a short-lived homecoming for the Arizona Air Guardsman who is now looking back on her year on the road with the Air Force’s expeditionary entertainment group. (Air National Guard Photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 4/2/2009

Expeditionary entertainer returns to TucsonExpeditionary entertainer returns to Tucson
Expeditionary entertainer returns to Tucson

Tech. Sgt. Chandra Smith tries skydiving during Tops in Blue’s visit to Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii. According to Smith, one year with Tops in Blue gave her countless experiences that were just as thrilling. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/2/2009

Expeditionary entertainer returns to TucsonExpeditionary entertainer returns to Tucson
Expeditionary entertainer returns to Tucson

(From the left) Tech. Sgt. Chandra Smith, Capt. Darci Day, 1st Lt. Rhoda Alzo and Tech. Sgt. Bridgette Johnson sit in a Bagram Air Base bunker in Afghanistan. The Tops in Blue team members visited virtually every U.S. air base around the world. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/2/2009

Expeditionary entertainer returns to TucsonExpeditionary entertainer returns to Tucson
Expeditionary entertainer returns to Tucson

Tech. Sgt. Chandra Smith visits with children in Honduras during Tops in Blue’s January performance at Soto Cano Air Base. The team’s visit to three Honduran orphanages was the highlight of Smith’s personal experience with the Air Force’s expeditionary entertainment group. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/2/2009

Peruvian Air Force introduced to international F-16 training wingPeruvian Air Force introduced to international F-16 training wing
Peruvian Air Force introduced to international F-16 training wing

Lt. Gen. Norman Seip, right, the Twelfth Air Force (Air Forces Southern) commander, talks about F-16 phase maintenance with General Pedro Minaya Torres, Peruvian Air Force commanding general, in a 162nd Fighter Wing maintenance hangar at Tucson International Airport, April 1. Staff Sgt. Raul Quiroz, an aircraft maintainer at the Air Guard unit and a native of Peru, translates the conversation. Twelfth Air Force introduced General Minaya to the 162nd for its international pilot training mission. "I'm inspired by all the United States has done for its allies and I hope Peruvian Air Force pilots will one day train with U.S. pilots," said General Minaya. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Dave Neve)
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Posted: 4/2/2009

    

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