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  • Schriever Major one of nation's best

    Maj. Tina Hagen remembers her first experience with racquetball. Her father, Dennis Bragdon, brought her to a court, broke out the racquets and taught her the rules. Her competitive nature took over from there. "I was only eight, but I wanted to beat him," she said. "So I took lessons and started playing with my friends. That didn't help much then,
  • Reserve maintainers hard at work in preparation for Nellis air show

    Reserve maintainers from the 926th Group spent days preparing aircraft for the annual Aviation Nation, a free air show here open to the public Nov. 8 and 9. Tech. Sgt. Shanna Perry, a dedicated crew chief, worked tirelessly detailing an F-22 Raptor, fixing oil leaks and placing chocks, plugs and covers on the jet to ensure it was in top shape to
  • 26th Space Aggressor Squadron leads way in bone marrow donation drive

    More than 465 names were added to the C.W. Bill Young Department of Defense Marrow Donor Program's database during a registration drive here Oct. 3 and 4. The 26th Space Aggressor Squadron decided to take on a project of registering volunteer donors after the squadron's commander, Lt. Col. Rob Rysavy, shared his positive experience as a donor. "A
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