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Chief Master Sgt. Chief Vicki Orcutt, 509th Bomb Wing command chief, and Master Sgt. Dana Fraher, discuss Chief Orcutt’s agenda during her last duty day June 20. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Rob Hazelett) 509th Bomb Wing command chief retires
The rank of chief master sergeant was authorized through the Military Pay Act of 1958, along with senior master sergeant, to prevent career stagnation and open up promotional opportunities. Moreover, in November 1998, the position of command chief master sergeant, formerly titled senior enlisted advisor, was created to serve as senior advisors to
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Sean Single, son of Col. Eric Single, 509th Bomb Wing vice commander, receives help from Airman 1st Class Lorenzo Lancia, 509th BW fire department, to spray the colonel following his last B-2 flight as vice commander June 20. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Stephen Linch) First to fight leader departs for capital
The B-2 Spirit is a multi-role bomber capable of delivering both conventional and nuclear weapons. Its low-observable characteristics give it the unique ability to penetrate an enemy's most sophisticated defenses and strike its most valued and heavily defended targets without the enemy ever detecting its presence. In much the same manner, Col. Eric
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A paintball player fires a shot from his marker during the Squadron vs. Squadron game May 21. The game was set up as a preview to Area 509 to give everyone a chance to experience paintball firsthand and spread the word that the field was near completion and soon would be open to play. Area 509 is now available for reservation and open play. For more information, call outdoor recreation at 687-5565. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jason Barebo) Area 509 officially operational
After several delays and weather cancellations, the Whiteman Paintball Field finally hosted its grand opening June 9. Named Area 509, the field hosted an inaugural tournament with Northrop-Grumman boasting a seven-man team, 'The Company,' and the remaining players, hailing from different squadrons, were melded to form a second team, the 'Shadow
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Staff Sgt. Kenneth Westrum, 509th Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight, unearths an improvised explosive device June 7 during a week-long training scenario here. The training was conducted to better prepare Airmen for real world scenarios during deployments. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jason Barebo) Ready to deploy: 509th EOD, SFS complete Joint Service training
With the sun setting in the distance, a UH-60 Blackhawk took flight from Whiteman's north ramp area toward the Cobra site during a week-long joint aerial training scenario. Under the guise of night, the fully loaded helicopter, provided by the Missouri Army National Guard in Fort Leonard Wood, descended to land in a grassy clearing, throwing fresh
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Default Air Force Logo Raising 'Spirits': Base chapel offers new cafe and services to build Airmen morale
The base chapel will be offering new services to better meet the needs of Whiteman's community and reach out to a younger audience. One of the many changes is the creation of the Spirit Café, a non-threatening atmosphere for Airmen to relax in, said Chaplain, (Lt. Col.), Steven West, 509th Bomb Wing chaplain. The emphasis of the Spirit Café is to
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