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Default Air Force Logo KC-X Aerial Refueling Aircraft announcement
The assistant secretary of the Air Force for acquisition announced Jan. 30 the posting of the KC-X Aerial Refueling Aircraft Request for Proposal to the Federal Business Opportunities Web site, signaling the official launch of the Air Force's No. 1 priority acquisition program. The announcement comes after an extensive and transparent dialogue
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Base sets AT benchmark for AMC, garners DoD recognition
The remote nature of Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., doesn't isolate it from threats. The wing anti-terrorism office's job is to identify threats, both real and anticipated, and develop measures to counter them. The AT office's efforts were recognized by the Department of Defense recently and adopted by Air Mobility Command. The AT awards
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Welcome Eubanks team
The 319th Services Squadron is hosting an evaluation team here to determine if the squadron will receive Air Force level recognition as the top small base services program. The evaluation team arrives Jan. 25 and will kick off their visit with an icebreaker and in-brief Jan. 26. The 319 SVS will be graded on how well it meets customers' needs and
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
The Air Force Outstanding Unit Award has been issued to Grand Forks Air Force Base personnel who were assigned to the base from July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006. Wear of the medal for authorized personnel should be reflected on virtual MPF. The medal is awarded by the Secretary of the Air Force to numbered units which have distinguished themselves by
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GRAND FORKS AFB, N.D. -- Chief Master Sgt. Brye McMillon, 18th Air Force command chief master sergeant, speaks go Airmen here Jan. 25 about changes in the Air Force and why we must revamp. (photo/Airman 1st Class SerMae Lampkin) Chief McMillon shares his wisdom with Airmen

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Gen. Duncan McNabb, Air Mobility Command commander, is briefed by Senior Airman Jason Bales, 319th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, on the squadron's snow removal machinery during his visit Jan. 20. (photo/Airman 1st Class SerMae Lampkin)
General McNabb takes the driver’s seat

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Default Air Force Logo Honoring the man, over lunch
"We must combine the toughness of the serpent and the softness of the dove, a tough mind and a tender heart." Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 1963 Grand Forks Air Force Base honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Jan 16 at a luncheon held in the Northern Lights Club. About 80 members of the base community, including Brig. Gen. Frederick
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2007
A Grand Forks AFB KC-135 refueled F-16s from the 119th Fighter Wing in Fargo, N.D., during a ceremony  Jan. 16 marking the end of the unit’s fighter mission.  (photo/Maj.John Kruczynski) Fueling farewell to Fargo F-16s

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A Grand Forks AFB KC-135 refuels a F-22 Raptor from Edwards AFB. A refueling team from Grand Forks will be the lead tanker unit at the upcoming Red Flag exercise at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., in February. (photo/Darin Russell) Grand Forks tankers set for stealthy Red Flag
Two KC-135 Stratotankers, four air crews and a large supporting cast from the 319th Air Refueling Wing are primed to be the lead tanker unit at the upcoming Red Flag exercise at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., in February. As the lead tanker unit, the wing is the focal point for all Red Flag tanker issues. Red Flag exercises are designed to train U.S.
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Default Air Force Logo Base gets wireless internet
Grand Forks Air Force Base - Change is constant. The Air Force is no stranger to changes in aircraft, processes and technology. Grand Forks Air Force Base is no different when it comes to updating technology, especially in relation to the internet. The 319th Communications Squadron and the 319th Services Squadron have found innovative ways to use
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