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Capt. Dan Daehler, 389th FS, shoots an AIM-120 Advanced Medium Range Air to Air Missile at a QF-4 drone. AMRAAM is designed to improve pilot survivability by allowing multiple attacks on the enemy. (Photo by Photos by Tech. Sgt. Michael Ammons)

T-Bolts train over southwest N.M.
The 389th Fighter Squadron "Thunderbolts" deployed eight jets and 97 Airmen, including pilots, maintainers, weapons, intelligence, aviation resource management and life support troops, to Combat Archer at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., July 29. The purpose of the deployment was to get hands-on experience in live fire missile training. (Combat
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2006
Gunfighter children race toward the Base Primary School yesterday, eager to start the new school year. MH Schools resume classes
BBBBRBRrrrrrrIIIIIINnnnnnGGGGGG! The sound of school bells echoed across Mountain Home School District campuses Wednesday as classes resumed for the new school year. Approximately 370 students returned to the Base Primary School, whose staff was still busily transitioning in the wake of the closing of Liberty Elementary Aug. 15. "With Liberty
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Airman, neighbor battle fire in Tipanuk
A Gunfighter spent eight hours protecting his home along with his neighbors' place after a storm blew through the area around 8 p.m. Aug. 10. Tech. Sgt. Lee DuBry, 391st Aircraft Maintenance Unit, watched as a lightning bolt struck a transformer outside Tipanuk, Idaho, located just east of Mountain Home. "It usually takes the Idaho Bureau of Land
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2006
Decisions, decisions... Viper scratches his head as he debates which type of frame wood would work best for a customized project at the base's arts and crafts center.  Located in Bldg. 2806 next to the bowling center, the arts and crafts center features custom framing and matting class for beginners in addition to hundreds of frames and mattes for all types of projects.  The center is also home to a fully stocked wood hobby shop, custom engraving center and arts and crafts supply store.  For more information, call the center at 828-6680. Viper Visits... The Arts and Crafts Center

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2006
Viper watched as Victoria Olvera, 366th Medical Operations Squadron nurse practitioner, prepares to put an IV in the arm of Capt. Karrn Gustafson Tuesday afternoon. The 366th Medical Group takes care of all the Gunfighter's medical needs to ensure they are mission ready. Viper Visits... The 366th MDG

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2006
Joseph Armstrong 'Warriors of the Week'
Joseph ArmstrongUnit and occupation: Mechanical engineer with the 366th Civil Engineer Squadron Time in the Service: Three years civil service and three years in the Marines Time at Mountain Home Air Force Base: Three years Hometown: Roswell, N.M. Hobbies: Fly fishing and camping, "but my true interest is coaching soccer." Most memorable Air Force
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2006
Senior Airman Robert Terry: 366th Civil Engineer Squadron 'Warriors of the Week'
Senior Airman Robert TerryUnit and occupation: Electrical power production journeyman with the 366th Civil Engineer Squadron Time in the Air Force: Four years Time at Mountain Home Air Force Base: Three years, five months Hometown: Cameron, Texas Hobbies: Camping, hunting and fishing, however, "I really enjoy spending time with my wife and
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2006
2nd Lt. Jacob "Smoot" Hart 'Warriors of the Week'
2nd Lt. Jacob "Smoot" HartUnit and occupation: Officer in charge of the 389th Aircraft Maintenance Unit Time in the Air Force: One year Time at Mountain Home Air Force Base: Less than six months Hometown: Rapid City, S.D. Hobbies: Road trips (he's been to all 48 lower states), mountaineering, guitar, playing ping-pong, skiing, reading. He also
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2006
Senior Airman Michael Carbullido 'Warriors of the Week'
Senior Airman Michael CarbullidoUnit and occupation: F-15E crew chief with the 391st Aircraft Maintenance Unit Time in the Air Force: Four years Time at Mountain Home Air Force Base: Three years Hometown: Copperas Cove, Texas Hobbies: Playing football and tennis and working on automobiles Most memorable Air Force experience: His incentive ride in
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Air Force leaders meet in Ohio for Corona
The Air Force's top leaders met for a forum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, on July 12 to 14 to discuss the global war on terror, the state of readiness for Airmen and Air Force modernization. Army Gen. John Abizaid, U.S. Central Command commander, spoke with the leaders about his area of responsibility and complimented the Air Force for
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2006
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