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Default Air Force Logo Winter parking plan now in effect
The Winter Parking Plan is now in effect. The intent of this plan is to remove vehicles from the street for snow removal; occupants may park on the lawn in front of their homes ensuring the sidewalks are not blocked. The 'parking on the lawn' portion of this plan does not apply to Meadowlark Manor, Prairieview, Lewis & Clark, Northern Lights
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2007
Linda Rohloff and Frank Rohloff, attended the grand opening of Fast Eddie’s coffee shop at the Community Activities Center. Linda and Frank are the wife and son of Edward Rohloff, who the coffee shop is named after. (photo/Airman 1st Class SerMae Lampkin) Grand opening

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2007
Maj. Gen. James Hawkins, 18th Air Force commander, re-enlists two Airmen. (photo/Airman 1st Class SerMae Lampkin) General Hawkins re-enlists Airmen

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Study at Grand Forks AFB to research jet fuel exposure
Air Force, Army and civilian researchers will come to Grand Forks Air Force Base this month to conduct a study about exposure to jet fuel in cold temperatures. Led by Dr. Susan Proctor, an Army research epidemiologist, this two-part research study will focus on better understanding of the levels of exposure one receives when working with jet
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Tankers support President Ford’s memorial service
The 319th Air Refueling Wing flew a unique and poignant mission earlier this month through which the Warriors of the North paid their respects to a patriot the best way they knew how: aerial refueling. The mission flown by the Grand Forks Air Force Base tankers wasn't unique, but the final destination of the receivers was. Three KC-135R
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2007
Base first sergeants received more than 900 food items for the food pantry from Twining Middle School and Twining Elementary School students Dec. 21. The students and facility posted fliers and collected food items for five days and the highest earners were congratulated by the first sergeants with a pizza party. (photo/Airman 1st Class Ashley Coomes) Students help fill pantry

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Grand Forks paper to go online
An era will come to an end Dec. 22 when the base newspaper, "The Leader," hits the streets for the last time. The Air Force is phasing out traditional newspapers in favor of Web-based products indicated senior Air Force leaders. Starting in January, readers will get their information from the Grand Forks AFB public Web site and the new "The Leader
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2006
319th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Airmen warm themselves by a heater on the flightline after fixing one of the jets Wednesday morning. Tuesday morning was the first significant snow fall of the winter with the coldest temperature so far this year. (photo/Airman 1st Class Ashley Coomes) Winter begins

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2006
Default Air Force Logo Electronic medical records: Improve accuracy, timeliness of medical care
The 319th Medical Group has implemented AHLTA, a new electronic medical record system, Aug. 14 through Sept. 30. There are many benefits of this new system to both health providers and the patients. AHLTA will provide instant access to patients' health records 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout the Air Force. It also provides a single,
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2006
GRAND FORKS AFB, N.D. -- Col. Diane Hull, 319th Air Refueling Wing commander, speaks to the local community during a University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux hockey game.  Discounted tickets were made available to Airmen through a collaboration between the base, city and UND.  The commander was present to give a welcome message to Sioux fans on behalf of the Warriors of the North. (photo/Tech. Sgt. Rob Mims) Warriors supporting warriors

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