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  • Communications Airmen setting new standards

    Outstanding Airmen and Leaders - that's the order of business for the 844th Communications Group, and its latest round of award w\inning performers. Five members of the 844th CG were recognized Friday by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, a non-profit organization founded in 1946 with roots dating back to the American
  • TAPS volunteers help honor family heroes

    Most of the children are playing and laughing with those around them, while others are writing or coloring quietly. But a few are sitting alone, unable or unwilling to engage anyone at all. An air both of excitement and grief pervade the rooms, as old friends meet again and new arrivals watch shyly, hoping to make a friend or two. Here, the new
  • 579th MDG welcomes new commander

    The men and women of the 579th Medical Group welcomed Col. Dennis L. Oakes as the new 579th MDG commander during a ceremony on the U.S. Air Force Ceremonial Lawn May 25. Colonel Oakes takes the reins from Col. Brenda J. McEleney. Colonel Oakes comes to the 11th Wing from the Air Force Surgeon General's Modernization Directorate, and is originally
  • Bolling to offer bus transportation to and from Anacostia Metro Station

    Beginning May 29, Bolling and Anacostia Annex will offer free bus transportation to and from the Anacostia Metro Station. From 6 to 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 to 6 p.m., three shuttles will transport federal employees from the Anacostia Metro Station to nine locations on Bolling and Anacostia Annex: Building 168, Anacostia child-development center,
  • Airman found not guilty of 2005 murder of fellow Airman in Iceland

    A military jury of eight Air Force officers and six enlisted members found Airman Calvin Eugene Hill not guilty of the August 14, 2005 premeditated murder of Airman Ashley Turner while the two were stationed at Naval Air Station Keflavik, Iceland, as well as a related obstruction of justice charge. The verdict was announced May 16. Airman Turner
  • Privatization peeks interest at town hall meeting

    Housing privatization was the most discussed topic at Bolling's Town Hall Meeting held May 10 at the base technology center. Col. Thomas J. Carroll, the 11th Civil Engineer Squadron commander, spoke about housing privatization and other 11th CES issues of concern to Bolling residents. "Housing privatization is a huge deal containing a lot of