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Oct. 9, 2007

You never know who's listening

The Air Force uses telephones, cell phones, radios, fax machines, pagers, computer networks and other wired and wireless electronic devices every day to conduct official business. And every day, these telecommunication systems are unsecured and vulnerable to monitoring by adversaries of the United States. Monitoring that could provide information

Oct. 4, 2007

LOSC tourney exceeds goal

The second annual Langley Officers' Spouses Club Charitable Golf Tournament ended on a swing, surpassing their previous year's fundraiser total of $3,600. The more than $4,800 raised from the tournament will be used for the LOSC scholarship fund. "It was a great success," said Laurie Frampton, LOSC golf tournament coordinator. "We're thrilled to be

Oct. 4, 2007

Intramural, PBA Experience Bowling League update

Here are the weekly updates for Langley's Intramural Bowling League and the PBA Experience League:Intramural reportThe league has gone through one-quarter of the schedule following last Wednesday's position round. Last year's runner-up to the base champion, GCIC "A", have now placed themselves on the top of the table by posting a 6 - 2 victory over

Oct. 3, 2007

Langley privatization: A done deal

At midnight Sept. 27, BLB Family Housing assumed ownership of all family housing on Barksdale, Langley and Bolling Air Force Bases, bringing the privatization deals to a close.At the closing, Langley housing was renamed "The Landings at Langley" and throughout the next seven years, will be completely transformed into world-class communities, said

Oct. 3, 2007

Learn ways to keep your family, pets safe during Fire Prevention Week

The Langley Fire Department will provide information on fire safety during Fire Prevention Week , which is scheduled for Oct. 7 to 13.Most people are familiar with the phrase "Stop, Drop and Roll!" and simply following those three words if on fire, can save lives. The fire department said the same is true about this year's theme "Practice Your

Oct. 3, 2007

Cleanup time

Oct. 1, 2007

Military members lose interest in loans

Military members will find less interest in payday loans and payday lenders will find less money in the military beginning Oct. 1. The change is an amendment to the 2007 Defense Authorization Bill, passed Sept. 30, 2006, which allows Congress to limit the amount of interest payday lenders can charge service members, capping high-interest loans at