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EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- 95th Security Forces Squadron Airmen shake the hands of 4-H Club members during a security forces recognition at the 95th SFS headquarters building June 15. The 4-H Club donated letters, magazines, games and goodies for the 95th SFS troops deployed downrange. The 4-H Club is a youth organization administered by the Cooperative Extension System of the Department or Agriculture. (Photo by Edward Cannon) Line it up

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EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Col. Bryan Gallagher, 95th Air Base Wing commander, explains the new housing move plan to Team Edwards at a town hall meeting in the Conference Center on June 15. The residential moves are part of the completion of the housing construction program. (Photo by Jim Shryne) Pointed in the right direction

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Col. Bryan Gallagher (left), 95th Air Base Wing commander, together with Dr. Rob Challinor (center), Muroc Joint Unified School District superintendent, and Chuck James, Muroc district school board president, signs the lease agreement between Team Edwards and the school district June 15 for the Center of Excellence's occupation of the old Edwards Middle School. The lease will only cost the Air Force $1 a year. (Photo by Edward Cannon) Team Edwards, Muroc school district stand up Center of Excellence
Team Edwards joined forces with the Muroc Joint Unified School District to establish the Center of Excellence during a lease-signing ceremony June 15 at the old Edwards Middle School here. Through the lease agreement, the base will take over the responsibility of maintaining the facility and turning it into an educational center catering to adults,
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Special guests shovel dirt during the Lancaster, Calif., veterans home groundbreaking June 12. A contingent from Edwards provided support during the event. The veterans home, which features 60 beds with a 50-member capacity for adult health care, will give residential care for the elderly. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Stacy Sanchez) Lancaster veterans home breaks ground with Edwards support
After more than a decade of preparation, the California Department of Veterans Affairs and the Lancaster, Calif., community unveiled their plan for a veterans home during a groundbreaking ceremony June 12. As the nearest military installation, Edwards provided support for the event. The keynote speaker for the event was Col. David Miller, Air Force
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Default Air Force Logo Operational Readiness Exercise may cause delays at gates
The Operational Readiness Exercise on Monday through June 22 could cause persons entering the gates major traffic delay. Employees of the base are reminded to allow extra time to get to work and all motorists should be vigilant for slow moving or stopped traffic as they approach entry gates. Temporary gate closures can happen at any time of the day
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A Hughes 500D helicopter hovers over Edwards' non-operational ranges during a sortie recently. (Photo by Wendelyn Leon) Edwards begins second phase of site evaluation for non-operational ranges
During the coming weeks, Edwards will be using a low-flying civilian helicopter as part of the second phase of its site evaluation for the areas on base identified as non-operational ranges -- the occupied areas of the base and their immediate surroundings. This action is part of the base's effort to comply with the Air Force's Military Munitions
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A construction worker prepares cement for Edwards' new housing. (Photo by Senior Airman Jason Hernandez) Commander to discuss new housing move plan today
The 95th Air Base Wing commander is set to discuss the new housing move plan affecting Pacific Winds and Palo Verde Heights at a town hall meeting at 11 a.m. today. The meeting between Col. Bryan Gallagher and the Edwards community, which will be held at the Conference Center here, will detail the plan to move the residents of these areas as part
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Default Air Force Logo Edwards IG realigns objectives, responsibilities
Subject to the ongoing cuts and belt-tightening throughout the Air Force, the Edwards Inspector General office is undergoing various adjustments that will reduce the size of the Edwards IG office and the amount of responsibilities from the IG office's shoulders. First and foremost, the installation Inspector General position will now be filled by a
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2007
Tech. Sgt. Steven Marzec opens the cargo door of a C-17 Globemaster III transport aircraft. (Photo by Senior Airman Jason Hernandez) Edwards loadmasters bring supplies, warfighters to world
One person is vitally important to ensuring our troops and supplies are moved aboard military transports to destinations all over the world -- the loadmaster. The loadmaster is the individual responsible for on and off-loading cargo, supervising passengers and performing weight and balance operations on aircraft that vary in size from the C-130
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2007
Richard Micalizzi, 412th Maintenance Squadron parachute rigger, repacks a parachute. (Photo by Airman Mike Young) Parachute riggers ensure safe landing
When a plane goes down, the first lifeline a pilot can rely on is his parachute.Edwards pilots have the 412th Maintenance Squadron parachute riggers to trust when donning their gear. They have one common objective -- to keep people alive. "In this line of work you only get one chance," said Roberto Reyes, a 412th MXS parachute rigger. They pack
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