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Arizona medics go “Beyond the Horizon” Arizona medics go “Beyond the Horizon”
Arizona medics go “Beyond the Horizon”

Chief Master Sgt. George Silvas and Tech. Sgt. Travis Davis, 162nd Fighter Wing medical staff, escort a Jamaican woman to see the doctor. The woman reported having problems walking due to medical complications. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Christine Rhodes)
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Posted: 5/5/2009

Arizona medics go “Beyond the Horizon” Arizona medics go “Beyond the Horizon”
Arizona medics go “Beyond the Horizon”

Lt. Col. (Dr.) John Murphy, an optometrist with the Arizona Air National Guard’s 162nd Fighter Wing, gives an eye exam to a Jamaican patient. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Christine Rhodes)
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Posted: 5/5/2009

Arizona medics go “Beyond the Horizon” Arizona medics go “Beyond the Horizon”
Arizona medics go “Beyond the Horizon”

Lt. Col. (Dr.) Mark Emshwiller, an Arizona Air National Guard dentist, inspects the teeth of two Jamaican school children to identify cavities and offer referrals, if necessary. While at Lottery All Age School, Dr. Emshwiller saw 108 children in two hours. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Christine Rhodes)
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Posted: 5/5/2009

Alert Detachment: Alert Detachment:
Alert Detachment: "MISSION READY!"

A 162nd Fighter Wing F-16 at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base sits ready for alert in support of Operation Noble Eagle. During a no-notice NORAD Alert Force Evaluation April 14, the wing's Alert Detachment earned the highest possible marks. Based on a new three-tier rating system, the alert force was rated overall "Mission Ready" with zero findings. Of particular note was the outstanding effort and performance of maintenance at the det which the IG team lead stated, "is the best F-16 maintenance in NORAD." "The pressure of performing superior actions or procedures on a no-notice inspection, for a can-not-fail mission is just outstanding!" said Col. Greg Stroud, 162nd Fighter Wing commander. "My thanks go out to all the personnel at the 162nd and Davis-Monthan who help our air sovereignty alert detachment accomplish the mission." (Air National Guard photo)
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Posted: 4/22/2009

162nd Fighter Wing Commander162nd Fighter Wing Commander
162nd Fighter Wing Commander

Col. Gregory N. Stroud, 162nd Fighter Wing commander, Arizona Air National Guard, Tucson International Airport.
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Posted: 4/17/2009

Arizona Guard, Reserves honor Senator McCainArizona Guard, Reserves honor Senator McCain
Arizona Guard, Reserves honor Senator McCain

Bill Valenzuela presents a framed ESGR certificate of support to U.S. Senator John McCain April 16. Valenzuela is a veteran of the Korean War having served in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Today he continues to serve the military as Arizona State Chair Emeritus for the National Committee of Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. Through ESGR, he promotes understanding and support between employers and their National Guard and Reserve member employees. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 4/16/2009

Arizona Guard, Reserves honor Senator McCainArizona Guard, Reserves honor Senator McCain
Arizona Guard, Reserves honor Senator McCain

Col. Greg Stroud, left, 162nd Fighter Wing commander, and Lt. Col. Ed Maxwell, vice wing commander, present U.S. Senator John McCain with an ESGR certificate of support, April 16, for his work in Congress to pass legislation supporting the Reserve component. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)
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Posted: 4/16/2009

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

    

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