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  • Air Force OneSource: 'Wingman that never sleeps'

    U.S. Air Forces in Europe members looking for a comprehensive source of information on everything from childcare to car parts have only to pick up the phone or log on to a computer for a one-stop shop.Air Force OneSource is a consultant service that falls under the Military OneSource program and has been available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365
  • Information Quest contest gears up

    Beginning Sept. 15, U.S. Air Forces in Europe libraries are running a contest to highlight their website and electronic resources.Each USAFE base library is participating in Project Wizard Information Quest, a contest that offers prizes as well as the opportunity to learn more about what resources libraries have available.The contest is open to
  • Day at the beach

  • U.S. aircraft, troops a hit at Moscow air show

    Staff Sgt. Christy Jeffreys isn’t new to traveling. In the last nine years since she’s been in the Air Force, her job as a boom operator on the KC-10 Extender has taken her to more than 10 different countries.But, this was the first time her job has also made her feel like a celebrity.Sergeant Jeffreys, a Reservist assigned to the 79th Air
  • NATO, USAFE vie during Excalibur bombing competition

    Aircraft from the United States Air Force and the Royal Air Force joined forces for a training exercise here Aug. 17 through 19.Excalibur, a multi-nation bombing competition, provided an opportunity for aircrew members from the two nations to test their skills and pit their wits against each other.Competitions like Excalibur not only allow us to
  • Mildenhall Airmen forge ties with past enemy

    Though he’d talked to his wife, Kelley, about this trip for three solid weeks, Lt. Col. Rich Cordell had no idea how he’d feel flying his KC-135 Stratotanker into Russian airspace for the Moscow International Air Show and Space Salon at Ramenskoye Airfield here.After all, Colonel Cordell, the 100th Operations Group deputy commander, was
  • Airmen doctor up Russian fuel at Moscow air show

    U.S. aircraft at the Moscow International Air Show and Space Salon at Ramenskoye Airfield here aren’t just sharing airspace and the runway with the Russians -- they’re also sharing fuel.Normally topped off with JP-8, the eight American aircraft here are getting a doctored-up version of Russia’s TS-1 thanks to two petroleum, oil and lubricants
  • Incirlik hub delivers cargo to warfighters

    Ever since cargo hub operations began June 1, the workload here has increased more than ten times its previous amount. The eight-week old mission has moved almost 20,000 tons of cargo into theater.At Incirlik, the 728th Air Mobility Squadron, in concert with the 385th Expeditionary Air Group, has shipped so much cargo to Iraq that, if measured, it
  • America's B-1B Lancer takes to Russian skies

    Because of its ability to rapidly deliver massive quantities of weapons against any adversary in the world, the capabilities of America’s B-1B Lancer may have once been feared by the former Soviet Union during the Cold War. Now it’s making history by demonstrating its capabilities during the Moscow International Air Show and Space Salon held Aug.
  • Photo op

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