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Leslie Santa Maria Warrior of the Week - Leslie Santa Maria
Leslie Santa MariaUnit and occupation: Release of information clerk with the 366th Medical Support Squadron Time in civil service: Seven years Time at Mountain Home Air Force Base: Two years Hometown: Honolulu, Hawaii Hobbies: "I enjoy reading, watching television and going on road trips." Most memorable Air Force experience: "I enjoy the feeling I
0 10/12
2006
Sgt Sideline week seven picks Tennant caps off perfection by winning tie-breaker score for week five title
Victor Tennant claimed the weekly honors by correctly guessing all 14 games over the weekend. However, he didn't run away with the title as two other Gunfighters also claimed to be the ultimate prognosticators. Tennant beat out Steven Ewert and John Walker on the tie-breaker game Monday night. Tennant missed the final score by 10 points. "Who would
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2006
Steve Vedder Jr., 366th Services Squadron golf course golf professional, gives Viper some lessons on improving his putting game. Mr. Vedder offers half-hour lessons for $25 or five lessons for $100 at the golf course. "I will give the lessons year-round," said Mr. Vedder. "Even in the dead of winter, if you want to improve your game, I am here for you." (Photo by Senior Airman Brian Stives)

Viper Visits ... the golf course

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2006
Capt. Tammy Johnson, 366th Fighter Wing military equal opportunity chief, serves Viper food during the Hispanic Heritage Tastefest held Wednesday afternoon at the community center. "We have a unique culture here in the Air Force and events like this help us celebrate all we have to offer," said Chief Master Sgt. Allen Niksich, 366th Fighter Wing command chief. (Photo by Senior Airman Brian Stives)
Viper Visits ... the Hispanic Heritage Tastefest

0 10/06
2006
Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape specialists assist a simulated downed aircrew into a Black Hawk helicopter during Combat Survival Training near Mountain Home Air Force Base. (Courtesy photo) Aircrews practice survival, evasion skills
Aircrew spend most of their time training to kill and survive in the aerial battlefield, but every three years, aircrew are required to refresh in combat survival on the ground. Last week, three aircrew from the 389th Fighter Squadron and 391st Fighter Squadron practiced their survival and evasion skills under the expert guidance of the Survival,
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2006
Airman 1st Class Darlene Tydingco  (Photo by Senior Airman Brian Stives) Warrior of the Week - Airman 1st Class Darlene Tydingco
Airman 1st Class Darlene TydingcoUnit and occupation: Customer service finance technician with the 366th Comptroller Squadron Time in service: One year, one month Time at Mountain Home Air Force Base: Eight months Hometown: Umatac, Guam Hobbies: "I enjoy baking and reading novels." Most memorable Air Force experience: "The most memorable Air Force
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2006
Ramon Roman (Photo by Senior Airman Brian Stives) Warrior of the Week - Ramon Roman
Ramon RomanUnit and occupation: Client support administrator with the 366th Comptroller Squadron Time in service: One year (20 years active duty) Time at Mountain Home Air Force Base: Nine years Hometown: Queens, N.Y. Hobbies: "My hobbies are weight-lifting, jogging and sports." Most memorable Air Force experience: "My most memorable Air Force
0 10/06
2006
(Left to right) Senior Airman Kyle Shields, 2nd Lt. Reid Lamson and Staff Sgt. Justin Fusco, all from the 366th Communications Squadron, walk along the taxiway on the flightline picking up foreign object debris Sept. 29. Many Gunfighters walked around the airfield picking up trash and other objects to prevent them from getting sucked up into a jet. (Photo by Master Sgt. Brain S. Orban) FOD walk

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2006
Default Air Force Logo 0+0+1+3 = responsible drinking
The 366th Fighter Wing safety office started a new Air Force program at Mountain Home Air Force Base this month - called the 0-0-1-3 program. It all starts with a simple motto -- 0-0-1-3. The first "0" stands for zero drinks for those younger than 21. The second "0" stands for zero DUI offenses. The "1" stands for one drink per hour to give the
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2006
Members of the 366th Civil Engineer Squadron paving and equipment flight, remove rubber deposits on the flightline. When the jets land, the tires leave marks and over time the rubber clogs the pores of the pavement causing a loss in traction upon landing. Removal takes about four hours and includes wetting the pavement, spraying a chemical and then driving trucks with spinning brushes up and down the area to scrub the pavement clean. (Photo by Staff Sgt, Jasmine Reif)
366th CES takes nine Air Combat Command awards
The 366th Civil Engineer Squadron has been awarded nine 2006 Air Combat Command Civil Engineer Awards. They received the outstanding civil engineer small unit award, two flight awards and four individual awards. They were also runner ups for one flight and two individual awards. "The performance, achievements and professionalism of the 366th Civil
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2006
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