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Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo. - Col. John Robinson, 509th Bomb Wing vice commander, presents the Whiteman Spirit Award to Staff Sgt. Letrece Green, 509th Medical Support Squadron, Dec. 18. (U.S. Air Force photo/A1C Cory Todd)
Whiteman Spirit Award
Staff Sergeant Letrece Green, 509th Medical Support Squadron, received the Whiteman Spirit Award from Col. John Robinson, 509th Bomb Wing vice commander, Dec. 18. Col. Gloria Twilley, 509th Medical Group Commander, nominated Sergeant Green for the award. Sergeant Green retooled the 509th Medical Group's Medical Evaluation Board Program, Colonel
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Capt. Joshua James deployed to South West Asia from Whiteman Air Force Base recently earned a Bronze Star. (Photo printed with permission of Chief Master Sergeant Robert Rush) 509ers earn awards
Deployed 509er earns Bronze Star Capt. Joshua James, deployed to South West Asia from Whiteman Air Force Base, recently earned a Bronze Star. Mighty Medics, Best in ACC - Mr. James Esarey, 509th Medical Support Squadron, - Expeditionary Medical Operation Civilian of the Year - Capt.Troy Faaborg, 509th Medical Operations Squadron- Outstanding
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Emma Atherton, Daughter of Diana and Tech. Sgt. Neil Atherton, 509th Maintenance Squadron, makes a crystal ornament in the art area at the School-Age Program. School-Age program assistants plan and provide a wide variety of interesting and fun activities based on children's input. Parents may enroll their child for before school care, after school care, or before and after school care. School-Age program provides full day care on out-of-school days and a full-day summer camp. Fees are based on total family income. School-Age Fun

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Retired Col. Tony Merritt and retired Lt. Col. Chuck McManus, Airmen who were directly involved with Linebacker II, stand beside Brig. Gen. Douglas Owens, 36th Wing commander, as the Guam hymn is sang before the start of the ceremonies. Mr. Merritt later accompanied General Owens to place a memorial wreath at the base of the flag pole in Arc Light Memorial park to mark the sacrifice made by the heroic Airmen in Linebacker II. (Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Steven Wilson) 35th Anniversary of Linebacker II campaign marked in memorial ceremony
Servicemembers, congressional representatives, civil leaders and their families paused December 18 to recognize the 35th Anniversary of the Linebacker II campaign in a memorial ceremony at Arc Light Park here. The 393rd Expeditionary Bomb Squadron, deployed here from Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., spearheaded the effort and crafted a dignified
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Maj. Alex Jernigan, 393rd EBS mission planning cell team chief, re-enlists Senior Airman Tyler Cresap here December 14 prior to the Team Andersen Challenge. Airman Cresap’s re-enlistment took place on a hill above Andersen’s scenic golf course, where he and his teammate, Senior Airman Todd Anderson, eventually won the large unit golf tournament. (Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Steven Wilson) Spirits high inTeam Andersen Challenge
Members of the 393rd Expeditionary Bomb Squadron, also known as the "Tigers", which operate the world's most advanced and deadliest stealth bomber, made an anything but "stealthy" showing during the Team Andersen Challenge here December 14. The Team Andersen Challenge started with a morning wing run, led by Brig. Gen. Douglas Owens, and ended with
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The 393rd Expeditionary Bomb Squadron, the Tigers, kick off to their opponents from the 366th Munitions Squadron in a flag football game here December 12. The Tigers special teams held their opponents to starting in their own territory following this kick. Both squadrons’ special teams were successful throughout the game in nullifying their opponents’ efforts to return the ball for a long gain after a kick off or punt. (Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Steven Wilson) 393rd EBS vs 36th MUNS on gridiron

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WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo.— Col. John Robinson, 509th Bomb Wing vice commander, presents a memento to Richard Svitak, father of the late Sergeant Philip J. Svitak who died in Afghanistan on March 4, 2002. The Philip Svitak Bicycle Benefit donated more than 40 bikes to the Whiteman Airman and Family Readiness Center, Dec. 17. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Stephanie Clark) Freedom ride

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ALS graduates 32 future NCOs The Whiteman Airman Leadership School Class 08-B graduated 32 senior Airmen in a ceremony Dec. 14 at the Mission's End. The award winners were: Senior Airman Steven Poettker, 325th Weapons Squadron, John L. Levitow; Senior Airman Chad Burk, 509th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and Senior Airman Steven Lowry, 509th
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WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- Tech. Sgt. Alison Bridges, 509th Communications Squadron, helps a Johnson County Care Center resident open a gift Dec. 13. More than 25 members of the 509th CS sang carols, passed out drinks and cookies and distributed presents that members of the squadron had bought for the residents. (Photo printed with permission of Chief Master Sgt. John Blair) 509ers spread holiday cheer

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SOUTHWEST ASIA - Airman 1st Class William Knight, 379th Air Expeditionary Wing Public Affairs deployed from Whiteman Air Force Base, uses a video camera to document the latest events that occur in Southwest Asia. Airman Knight was recently recognized by Brig. Gen. Charlie Lyon, 379th AEW commander, for winning the Wing Staff Airman in the Month of Oct. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Doug Olsen) Shooting for number one

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