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  • 926th Group names its Airman of the half

    Staff Sgt. James McKeown (right) receives the 926th Group's semi-annual award for the Airman category for the January through June 2009 period from Col. Herman Brunke, 926th GP commander, here Oct. 3. Through Total Force Integration, Sergeant McKeown supports MQ-9 Reaper aircraft operations as the Mission Support Analysis lead for the Regular Air
  • 926th Group names its company grade officer of the half

    Capt. Michael Horner (right) receives the 926th Group's semi-annual award in the company grade officer category for the January through June 2009 period from Col. Herman Brunke, 926th GP commander, here Oct. 3. Through Total Force Integration, Captain Horner is the Chief of Intelligence Standards and Evaluation for the Regular Air Force's 42nd
  • 926th Group names its senior non-commissioned officer of the half

    Master Sgt. Melody Younger (right) receives the 926th Group's semi-annual award in the senior non-commissioned officer category for the January through June 2009 period from Col. Herman Brunke, 926th GP commander, here Oct. 3. As the Personnel Relocations Chief for the 926th Mission Support Squadron at Nellis AFB, Sergeant Younger prepares and
  • 926th Group names its field grade officer of the half

    Maj. Joy Patton was recently presented the 926th Group's semi-annual award in the field grade officer category for the January through June 2009 period. Major Patton is an Intelligence Officer in the 84th Test and Evaluation Squadron at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., a geographically-separated unit under the 926th GP. As part of Total Force
  • 926th Group names its civilian of the half

    Jennifer Greathouse (left) receives the 926th Group's semi-annual award in the civilian category for the January through June 2009 period from Col. Herman Brunke, 926th GP commander, here on Oct. 2. As a Military Pay Technician for the 926th GP, Ms. Greathouse provides financial customer service to more than 300 members. Her duties include
  • 84th Test and Evaluation Squadron lauded for safety practices

    Lt. Col. John Breazeale, 84th Test and Evaluation Squadron commander (right), accepts the Fifth Annual 53rd Wing Commander's Cup Safety Challenge first-place prize from Col. Michael Gantt, 53rd Wing commander, at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., on Sept. 29. The squadron secured the win in the small group category for their innovative safety campaigns
  • 926th Group celebrates first PEP recipient

    The 926th Group's first Promotion Enhancement Program recipient pinned on Sept. 30 during a ceremony here. Tech. Sgt. Amy Bailey, of the 926th Mission Support Squadron, spoke to a large crowd of Reserve and Regular Air Force co-workers who joined in to help celebrate her early promotion. "I'm so excited to have earned the promotion this way,"
  • Meet the new 926th Group chaplain

    Q. Where are you from? A. My name is Chaplain Donald Chaney, and I'm originally from Sumter, South Carolina. Q. What is your background? A. I was an engineer in the active Navy and Navy Reserve for seven years, and in the Army National Guard in signal communications for three years before joining the Air Force Reserve in 1999. I received my
  • 78th Reconnaissance Squadron reunion scheduled for Nov. 12-16

    The 78th Reconnaissance Squadron is scheduled to host the first Bushmaster reunion at Creech Air Force Base, Nev., Nov. 12-16. The event will consist of a veterans muster, flightline tour, visits to Aviation Nation at Nellis Air Force Base, and closing banquet. Attendees are responsible for securing hotel accommodations in Las Vegas and
  • Air Force unveils new fitness program

    Approval of the new Air Force fitness instruction in the coming weeks brings about some of the most significant changes to the Air Force fitness program in the last five years and shifts a greater responsibility of maintaining physical fitness 365 days a year to all Airmen. Those changes take effect Jan. 1, 2010. In June, Air Force Chief of Staff
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