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Eaker College dedicates Kaysing Auditorium to former commandantEaker College dedicates Kaysing Auditorium to former commandant
Eaker College dedicates Kaysing Auditorium to former commandant

More than 30 family, friends and faculty gathered in the Ira C. Eaker College for Professional Development's Defense Financial Management & Comptroller School auditorium for a dedication ceremony held April 17 in honor of Col. Charles "Chuck" Kaysing. Colonel Kaysing served in the Air Force from June 1963 to August 1993 and held leadership positions as the commandant of the Professional Military Comptroller School, now DFM & CS, Pacific Air Forces comptroller, former president and treasurer of the Air University Foundation and president of the American Society of Military Comptrollers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Melanie Rodgers Cox)
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Posted: 4/24/2009

Eaker College dedicates Kaysing Auditorium to former commandantEaker College dedicates Kaysing Auditorium to former commandant
Eaker College dedicates Kaysing Auditorium to former commandant

The Ira C. Eaker College for Professional Development's Defense Financial Management and Comptroller School dedicated its auditorium April 17 in honor of retired Col. Charles "Chuck" Kaysing. Col. Barbara Gilchrist, director, DFM & CS, retired Col. Daniel Dunaway, former director of the DFM & CS and retired Col. Joseph Panza, Jr., executive director of the Air University Foundation offered remarks about Colonel Kaysing prior to the unveiling of the official portrait, biography and the auditorium name plate. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Kevin Stanley)
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Posted: 4/24/2009

Eaker College dedicates Kaysing Auditorium to former commandantEaker College dedicates Kaysing Auditorium to former commandant
Eaker College dedicates Kaysing Auditorium to former commandant

Mrs. Joyce Kaysing stands beside a portrait of her spouse, retired Col. Charles "Chuck" Kaysing, during a ceremony April 17 as the auditorium at the Defense Financial Management and Comptroller School was dedicated in his honor. Colonel Kaysing, who died in 2006, was a former commandant of the school. Also shown are sons Keith and Kevin Kaysing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Melanie Rodgers Cox)
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Posted: 4/24/2009

Maxwell medics plan joint exercise in Dominican RepublicMaxwell medics plan joint exercise in Dominican Republic
Maxwell medics plan joint exercise in Dominican Republic

John Henry the mission planner of the largest Maxwell Air Force Base-planned U.S. Air Force Medical Readiness Training Exercise (MEDRETE) to date, from the 42nd Medical Group, consults Tech. Sgt. Marcus Jackson, Security Forces day shift flight chief, 42nd Security Forces Squadron, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. at the start of the day outside of the gate at a primary school in Hostos, Dom. Rep., as patients line up in the background April 20. A group of 45 medics, translators, security and support personnel derived from the U.S. Air Force, Army and Marines provided dental, dermatologic, general medicine, optometric, pediatric, pharmacy and public health services. The medics treated 760 patients on the first day as part of the 10-day U.S. SOUTHCOM sponsored Beyond the Horizon 2009 - Caribbean. A MEDRETE is a U. S. Southern command-sponsored exercise designed to provide humanitarian assistance and free medical care to the people of the host nation, while providing an unparalleled training opportunity for U.S. and host nation forces. SOUTHCOM sponsors approximately 70 MEDRETEs per year. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Ben Sakrisson)
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Posted: 4/22/2009

Presidential Inauguration: Witness to HistoryPresidential Inauguration: Witness to History
Presidential Inauguration: Witness to History

Despite temperatures in the teens, nearly two million people attended the inauguration of President Barack Obama at the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday. Attendees watched the inauguration on jumbo monitors along the National Mall between the Capitol and the Washington Monument. (Air Force photo by Scott Knuteson)
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Posted: 1/22/2009

Tops in Blue entertains with oldies, but goodiesTops in Blue entertains with oldies, but goodies
Tops in Blue entertains with oldies, but goodies

(Left to right) Tech. Sgt. Bridgett Johnson, Senior Airman Cristy Lagazo, Capt. Courtney Wallace, Tech. Sgt. Chandra Smith and Senior Airman Gina Bauza perform "Natural Woman" during Sunday's performance on the 2008 Tops in Blue tour. (Air Force photo by Jamie Pitcher)
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Posted: 11/7/2008

Tops in Blue entertains with oldies, but goodiesTops in Blue entertains with oldies, but goodies
Tops in Blue entertains with oldies, but goodies

Airman 1st Class Jesse Hernandez-Lora rocks out on his tenor sax to "Life is a Highway" during the 2008 Tops in Blue tour, which performed for a near-capacity crowd Sunday at the Davis Theater. (Air Force photo by Jamie Pitcher)
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Posted: 11/7/2008

Tops in Blue entertains with oldies, but goodiesTops in Blue entertains with oldies, but goodies
Tops in Blue entertains with oldies, but goodies

Staff Sgt. Corey Sims (right) leads the 2008 Tops in Blue performers, the Air Force’s premier expeditionary entertainment group, in a rendition of “God Bless the USA” during a public concert Sunday at the Davis Theater. The song is a tradition for the group, as it has been using the song to close its concerts for more than 20 years. (Air Force photo by Jamie Pitcher)
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Posted: 11/7/2008

Historic homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opensHistoric homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opens
Historic homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opens

After the opening ceremony of the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site Oct. 10 at Moton Field, Ala., visitors explore the interpretive and static displays housed the in the only remaining original hangar of the "Tuskegee Experience." (Air Force photo by Scott Knuteson)
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Posted: 10/15/2008

Historic homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opensHistoric homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opens
Historic homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opens

One of the Documented Original Tuskegee Airmen, or DOTAs, wears the distinctive red hat and jacket at the opening ceremony of the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site Oct. 10 at Moton Field, Ala. One estimate notes the Airmen, now in their late 70s and early 80s, are dying at a rate of five per week. (Air Force photo by Scott Knuteson)
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Posted: 10/15/2008

Historic homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opensHistoric homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opens
Historic homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opens

As part of the opening ceremony of the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site Oct. 10 at Moton Field, Ala., National Park Service officials unveil a sign that designates part of Interstate 85, which passes near the city of Tuskegee, as the Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Highway. Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama looks on from behind. (Air Force photo by Scott Knuteson)
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Posted: 10/15/2008

Historic homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opensHistoric homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opens
Historic homecoming for Tuskegee Airmen as site opens

Retired Lt. Col. William Holloman, one of the Documented Original Tuskegee Airmen, participates in a panel discussion prior to the opening ceremony of the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site Oct. 10 at Moton Field, Ala. (Air Force photo by Scott Knuteson)
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Posted: 10/15/2008

Air Force IT Conference kicks offAir Force IT Conference kicks off
Air Force IT Conference kicks off

Lt. Gen. Robert J. Elder Jr., commander of the 8th Air Force, opens the Air Force Information Technology Conference 2008 at the Renaissance Hotel and Spa at the Convention Center in downtown Montgomery Monday. Officials expect about 5, 600 attendees from military and private sector organizations. (Air Force photo by Sarah Blake)
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Posted: 8/26/2008

    

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