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Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Jennifer Smith, commissary shopper, picks apples from the new produce section at the Bolling commissary April 30. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandre Montes) Commissary makes layout changes
The Bolling commissary began construction April 19, replacing old refrigerators, shelves and registers to redefine its look. The project is scheduled to be finish by the end of August and will result in an increase in products and accelerated service. Changes began with refrigerators in the produce section and will end with new bakery cases
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(U.S. Air Force graphic) Bolling celebrates Asian Pacific Heritage Month
Cooking demonstrations featuring Filipino Lumpia, Japanese Gyoza and Indian Curry Rice, and an Expo of cultural performances, embassy representatives and food sampling are a few of the events people can expect from this years Asian Pacific Heritage Month during the month of May. The theme for this year is "Pursuing Excellence through Leadership,
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Members of the mock jury discuss the facts from the case, State of Italia v. Gepetta, and decide on the verdict at the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals April 27. (U.S. AIr Force photo by Airman 1st Class R. Michael Longoria) Homeschoolers, legal office conduct fairytale trial
Twelve Bolling area homeschoolers participated in a mock trial held by the 11th Wing Judge Advocate at Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals courtroom here April 27. The goal of the mock trial, State of Italia v. Gepetta, was to introduce the homeschoolers to the legal process. The children also learned about the military justice appeals processes,
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Default Air Force Logo Airman Hill murder trial gets under way at Bolling with opening statements, early testimony
After five motions hearings and several months of administrative delays, the court-martial of Airman Calvin Eugene Hill, charged with premeditated murder, in the August 14, 2005 death of Airman 1st Class Ashley Turner while the two were stationed at Naval Air Station Keflavik, Iceland, began April 25 with opening statements from both sides. Maj.
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L to R, front:  SSgt Leah Francisco, NCO of Yr; SrA Victoria Herron, Amn of Yr; SMSgt Ish Mohammed, 1st Sgt of Yr; Elaine Rogers, AFDW Community Partner of the Year, 2006; Mr Michael Zdobysz; Civ Vol of Yr; Ms Catherine Fairlie (standing in for SMSgt Robert Rodewald, SNCO of the Yr who is deployed)

 

L to R, Back:  MSgt Brian Woodbury, Mil Vol of Yr; 1 Lt Thomas Eckel, CGO of Yr; Mr Wesley Beemer, Civ of the Yr Cat II; Ms Wanda Griggs, Civ of the Yr Cat I; Ms Patricia Gray, Civ of the Yr Cat III

Headquarters Air Force District of Washington names Annual Award Winners
Major General Robert L. Smolen, Commander, Air Force District of Washington, hosted the annual headquarters awards banquet on Apr. 24 in the Bolling Clubs. The winning Airmen and civilians from AFDW headquarters staff , 316th Wing, 11th Wing and the 79th Medical Wing were selected based on their outstanding performance and meritorious contributions
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Wilma J. Bommer (left), 11th Civil Enigneer Squadron, performs with her band, The Change of Pace Band, at the Slip Inn April 18. The Slip Inn will have a live band or deejay every Wednesday and Friday from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. throughout the summer. Change of Pace Band will be performing again April 27, May 11, May 30 and June 15. Master Sgt. Vincent Loran, also known as DJ Caribbean Breeze, will be performing during the Cinco de Mayo party May 4. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandre Montes) Live jazz band preforms at Slip Inn

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Family and friends gather in memory of the Flak Man crew, after a wreath-laying ceremony at the Air Force Memorial, Arlington, Va., April 24. The wreath was placed by Edward McNally, the Bombardier of the B-24 Bomber, The Flak Man, in honor of the former crew members of the Flak Man who dedicated their lives to the cause of freedom. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Rusti Caraker) AF lays wreath in honor of the Flak Man crew

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Col. Elizabeth B. Borelli (left), 11th Operations Group commander; Col. John M. Pletcher, 11th Mission Support Group commander; and Col Terry L. Ross (right), 11th Wing vice-commander, plant a cherry tree during the 11th Wing Earth Day celebration at the Bolling Marina April 24. The wing hosted the event in recognition of Earth Day which is observed annually on April 22 across the world.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandre Montes) Col. Green Thumb

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Master Sgt. Lee Pierce (right), 11th Security Force Squadron, helps a customer at Bolling's Joint Vistors Center April 23. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandre Montes) JVC makes policy change for signing visitors on base
After a policy change on April 1, visitors are no longer required to provide their Social Security number on entry authorization lists for events held on Bolling. "This is in an effort to minimize the security concerns associated with providing Social Security numbers," said Maj. Richard W. DeMouy, 11th Security Forces Squadron commander. Guests
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ARLINGTON, Va. -- First Lt. Brent Mundie, Air Force Honor Guard ceremonial guardsman, leads Maj. Gen. Robert Smolen, Air Force District of Washington commander, through the arrival cordon before beginning the Air Force Review ceremony held April 14 at the Air Force memorial.  AFDW commander hosts Air Force Review
In true "Heritage to Horizons" style, the Air Force held an event that took a more than 300-year-old military-review ceremony and presented it to a modern audience. Air Force District of Washington Commander Maj. Gen. Robert Smolen hosted the Air Force Review April 14 at the Air Force Memorial, featuring the U.S. Air Force Band and U.S. Air Force
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