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Lady Commando Natasha Card gloves a dying quail in the outfield during a loss to Tyndall. Commandos go 1-3
Hurlburt Field’s women’s varsity softball team played hostess Saturday for a four-team round-robin tournament on the diamonds behind the Aderholt Fitness Center. Teams from Keesler, Tyndall and the home team participated. Hurlburt’s squad divided into two teams, augmented by players from a local off-base team. The team of entirely base players
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Hearing draws crowd over new housing
The Air Force held a public hearing Tuesday evening in an effort to record the community’s comments and concerns regarding the Military Family Housing Privatization initiative on Eglin Air Force Base and Hurlburt Field. Some 250 people packed the Fort Walton Beach Civic Auditorium to show support for or opposition to the project at the
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2006
Staff Sgt. Timothy Mueller pats down Maj. Mike Arnold, both from the 16th Special Operations Squadron, with simulated decontamination paper at the permanent exercise facility Wednesday during the Ability to Survive and Operate Rodeo. (Photograph by A1C Ali Flisek) Taking care of your wingman

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2006
Dominique Colon, son of Staff Sgt. Rachel and Victor Colon, greets the Easter Bunny at the egg hunt and Family Fest Saturday morning in the community park. Airman 1st Class Megan Stanton, 16th Medical Support Squadron, spent the day inside the bunny suit. Food, fun, activites at Hurlburt Family Fest

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Staff Sgt. Peter Laing and Richard Lawson, 16th Civil Engineer Squadron, mount the Air Force Special Operations Command and 16th Special Operations Wing emblems on building 90210 Wednesday. The emblems were removed from the building for about two weeks to be refurbished and repainted. Emblems return

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2006
Default Air Force Logo Honorary commanders, command chief tour 16th OG
The 16th Special Operations Wing’s honorary commanders and command chief toured the 16th Operations Group April 10. The tour was part of the honorary commander program’s plan to spotlight one of the 16th SOW’s four groups each quarter. With the vast missions performed by the 16th OG, it was difficult to narrow down the units they would have time to
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Officer records unmasked
Air Force leaders announced April 13 that promotion boards will once again consider officers’ educational progress as they advance in rank, beginning with the calendar year 2008 central selection boards. In a joint letter released from Secretary of the Air Force Michael W. Wynne and Air Force Chief of Staff T. Michael Moseley, they state, “Our
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Sexual assault report card, details reflect positive changes
The Department of Defense released the second-annual report on the Sexual Assault Response Program March 16. The report identified that recent procedural changes have allowed more victims to come forward. Air Force Special Operations Command ranked second to last in sexual assaults reported throughout the nine Air Force major commands, with only
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2006
Default Air Force Logo AFAF nears end, organizers hope for donation rally
The Air Force Assistance Fund campaign comes to a close at Hurlburt Field on May 7, after being extended for two weeks. With only two weeks left in the AFAF and one third of the way to the base goal, project officers are looking for a rally. "The last two weeks are going to be critical to the success of the campaign," said Capt. Jon Cotton, project
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2006
Jimmy Rogers, 16th Communications Squadron, lines up beneath a pop-fly Monday. Intramural softball action: Comm stays undefeated; OSS rises from ashes
There was plenty of scoring on field 2 Tuesday night – in just two games, the four teams pushed 50 runs across home plate in National League intramural softball action. Extending its unbeaten streak to five games, the 16th Communications Squadron slapped the 16th Component Maintenance Squadron 15-5 in five innings. Fueled by 17 hits, which looked
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2006
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