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Linda Reiling, 509th Maintenance Group, receives the Whiteman Spirit Award from Col. Eric Single, 509th Bomb Wing vice commander, June 18. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Rob Hazelett) Whiteman Spirit Award
Linda Reiling 509th Maintenance Group, received the Whiteman Spirit Award from Col. Eric Single, 509th Bomb Wing vice commander, June 18. Col. Bob Dulong, 509th Maintenance Group commander, nominated Ms. Reiling for the award. "Linda performs an outstanding rendition of the national anthem, and gives freely of her time to support honoring our
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(Front row, left to right) Senior Master Sgt. Bryan Sanders, Airmen 1st Class Taija Velasquez and Jason Baldridge. (Back row, left to right) Master Sgt. Ed Paxton, Chief Master Sgt. Robert Rush, Master Sgt. Ray Mancini, Tech. Sgt. Jason Hera, all from the 509th Security Forces Squadron, and Ingrid Durbin, Whiteman U.S. Protect, teamed up to carry the Special Olympics Missouri torch May 30. The 509th SFS team ran more than 73 miles and helped police units around the state raise more than $1 million for 22,000 Special Olympics Missouri participants. (Courtesy photo) 509th SFS carries torch for Special Olympics

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Default Air Force Logo 509th SFS carries torch for Special Olympics

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Default Air Force Logo 2006 study shows base water is safe
(Editor's note: This is an annual report on the quality of water delivered by Whiteman Air Force Base. This report is intended to provide Team Whiteman with important information about your drinking water and the efforts made to provide safe drinking water. Users will not be mailed individual copies of this report. Under the Consumer Confidence
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Default Air Force Logo Tips for keeping Whiteman neighborhoods clean
Now that we are into the summer recreational time period, housing occupants are reminded of their responsibilities detailed in their housing brochures. Inoperative, off-road and recreational vehicles are prohibited from being parked in the housing area at any time for more than a 24-hour loading/unloading time period. - Inoperative vehicles are
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Default Air Force Logo 509th CPTS financial management transformation underway
The Air Force financial management transformation, currently underway, is the greatest single change in the organization's 60-year history. A team of experts on cut-over were here June 14 to brief wing and base leaders on the process and brief and provide preparation guidance to the 509th CPTS personnel on the processes. "We - and all of Air Force
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Ticks, illnesses unusually high early in season
It's still early in the tick season, but health officials are worried that the tiny bugs could spread a lot of sickness this year. Missouri and Illinois already have reported more ticks or illnesses from tick bites than there were last year at this time. A girl from northeastern Missouri died May 23 of an infection with a tick-carried disease
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Default Air Force Logo 509th EOD responds to suspicious package in Warrensburg
The 509th Explosive Ordinance Disposal Squadron and the 509th Security Forces Squadron K-9 Unit responded to a suspicious package June 7 in Warrensburg. The suspicious package was discovered in the parking lot of Community Behavioral Healthcare in Warrensburg with a note attached stating "to you from God.". "EOD will deploy a robot to locate the
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Lt. Col. Craig Allton, 509th Security Forces Squadron commander, presents the 1st place trophy to the 509th SFS Delta Dawgs June 9. The 509th SFS helped raise money and donations for the Staff Sgt. John Self Memorial Fund. Sergeant Self was a fellow security forces member from Little Rock Air Force Base who was killed recently in the line of duty in Iraq. The Defender’s Association and Security Forces family would like to thank and recognize the following individuals and organizations for their help and participation in the inaugural 509th SFS defenders association softball tournament. (Courtesy photo)
509th SFS raises money, donations for memorial fund

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Senior Airman Zachery Teague meets with Senator Kit Bond during his trip to Washington D.C. Airman visits the capitol
Senior Airman Zachery Teague, 509th Maintenance Squadron, was selected to go to the capitol to do some sight seeing and meet government officials April 26-28. This annual trip to the Capitol takes an Airman who is an annual award winner or has been recognized as a superior performer and is preferably a native of Missouri who has never been to the
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