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Oct. 9, 2006

Langley circus provides Big Top entertainment

Thursday, September 28th the Carson and Barnes three-ring circus took to the Lighter than Air side of Langley Air Force Base to put on two shows in front of a packed house. The more 135 members Car sen and Barnes crew quickly turned an empty field of grass into a complete circus complete with four Asian elephants, camels, goats and even zebras. To

Oct. 9, 2006

Get ready for Fire Prevention Week

Mark your calendars! Next week, Oct 8-14 is Fire prevention Week and there are several events on base and in the community to attend! This is the 84th National Fire Prevention Week, and the theme this year is "Prevent Cooking Fires, Watch what you heat." It is important for everyone to practice fire safety in the home, especially in the kitchen,

Oct. 9, 2006

Retort recognizes CBRN specialists

Members of the 1st Civil Engineer Squadron's readiness specialty now sport a new occupational specialty badge after a ceremony at the Base Theater Friday. The 3E9X1 career field, the specialty responsible for preparing for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear attacks and accidents, now wear the retort, a badge recognized by militaries

Sept. 29, 2006

101 critical days of summer are over; now what?

Well, summer's over, everyone's home from vacation, and the kids are back to school. Now it's time to take a look at where we've been over the last year and what we've learned. Let's take a few minutes to review our Ground Safety mishaps for Fiscal Year 06 and see how we can apply our lessons learned to reduce our mishap rate for FY07. The year

Sept. 29, 2006

Living in a culture of responsibility

A mechanism for organizing and implementing activities is the Culture of Responsible Choices Program. This program is about creating a cultural shift within the Air Force, focusing on a number of behaviors that impair mission readiness. Alcohol misuse, illegal drug use, tobacco use, fitness deficits, general health problems and failure to follow

Sept. 29, 2006

New and improved Bethel Clinic open for business

The refurbished Bethel Clinic opened for business Monday, ending a month-long project designed to update and improve the facilities. Clinic staff held an open house for Bethel Manor residents Sept. 19. "We wanted to give the community an opportunity to come and see the changes and why we had to close down," said Maj. Zina Crump, 1st Medical

Sept. 29, 2006

Take a bow

Sept. 29, 2006

Golf tourney beats all expectations

More than 100 people showed up to participate in the Langley Officers' Spouses' Club golf tournament fundraiser Sept. 22, raising $3,600 for scholarships. The LOSC surpassed its goal of raising $2,500. "It was a successful, successful event," said Joan Rickert, LOSC vice president. "It was a perfect day with excellent turnout." The LOSC held a

Sept. 22, 2006

HAWC to hold 1.5 Mile Running Clinic: Beyond the Basics

Ready to take your running to the next level? Need advanced training tips? Join the Health and Wellness Center staff 1-2:30 p.m. Oct. 5 for the first session in of the 1.5 Mile Running Clinic: Beyond the Basics series. This class is the first in a three-part clinic designed to help active-duty members safely train to enhance their performance

Sept. 22, 2006

PHP: Providing supportive programs to Airmen

Every Air Force base has an Integrated Delivery System, which is comprised of key base agencies. The primary goal of the IDS, in addition to educating people on how to prevent suicide and where to turn for help, is to reduce stress by providing supportive programs and services. At Langley, the IDS is People Helping People. The members of PHP