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Senior Airman Alex Ponusky 319th Contracting Flight contract specialist sorts through a few of the base’s open contracts dealing with projects under $750,000 Feb. 18, 2015 on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. In 2014, Ponusky awarded and administered 20 projects valued at roughly $4.5Mil., with the vast majority of these projects being completed by local companies' in Grand Forks. Ponusky is this week’s warrior of the week for the third week of February. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Zachiah Roberson) Warrior of the Week: Senior Airman Alex Ponusky
Name and Rank: Senior Airman Alex PonuskyUnit: 319th Contracting FlightDuty title: Contract SpecialistTime in service:  4 yearsTime on station:  4 yearsHometown:  Lunenburg, Mass.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?It was always a personal goal to join the military, and I wanted to do something that few of my friends and family members
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2nd Lt. Thane Hillig and Master Sgt. Jason Cantu, 319th Logistics Readiness Squadron unit safety representatives, are their commander’s eyes when it comes to safety. Both supervise five sections in the squadron to ensure all 194 Airmen have up-to-date safety training. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Xavier Navarro) Danger ahead; safety in mind: 319th Logistics Readiness Squadron
The 319th Logistics Readiness Squadron manages the distribution of materials, fuels and vehicles; they maintain their drive to succeed by motivating Airmen to be "razor sharp" no matter what heavy load they might face.The vehicle maintenance shop repairs and maintains government vehicles while the fuels shop supply fuel to planes, trucks and other
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2015
Airman 1st Class Aaron Caldwell, an Advanced Integrated Avionics Systems journeyman with the 69th Maintenance Squadron, positions a Halon fire extinguisher next to a Block 40 RQ-4 Global Hawk inside a hangar on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., Feb. 5, 2015. Halon is a liquefied, compressed gas that stops the spread of fire by chemically disrupting combustion. As a safety precaution, Halon extinguishers are positioned in close proximity to the stationary aircraft in case of a fire emergency. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Luis Loza Gutierrez)
Warrior of the Week: Airman 1st Class Aaron Caldwell
Rank and name: Airman 1st Class Aaron CaldwellUnit:     69th Maintenance SquadronDuty title: Advanced Integrated Avionics Systems JourneymanTime in service:  2 years, 6 monthsHometown:     Independence, Mo.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?Serving in the Air Force is important to me because it provides me the ability to continue my
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Staff Sgt. April Archambault, 319th Medical Operations Squadron NCO in charge of flight medicine, prepares a cryotherapy treatment for a patient Feb. 4, 2015, on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Archambault was selected as Warrior of the Week for the first week of February, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Susan L. Davis) Warrior of the Week: Staff Sgt. April Archambault
Unit: 319th Medical Operations SquadronDuty title: NCOIC Flight MedicineTime in service: 4 years 9 monthsTime on station: 4 years 1 monthHometown: Agawam, Mass.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?Serving in the AF is important to me because it's selfless. We're all dedicating time to something bigger than ourselves.What moment or
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2015
Default Air Force Logo 319th Air Base Wing Legal Office Offers Tips for Purchasing a New Vehicle
Buying a new vehicle is a big decision, and one that could have big consequences if the buyer goes to the dealership unprepared.When buying a new vehicle, service members may run into several problems, such as receiving financing under different terms than those promised, inability to return a vehicle for a full refund, not receiving a fair value
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2015
“Air Force Liquid Television” is a series of articles examining the facts of drinking and driving. The second story of the series is inspired in part by the Big Bang Theory, CBS network’s popular American TV show. The second story in the series is titled, “The Big Bang Theory Explanation of: Why do drunk drivers get drunk in the first place?” From left to right posing a lookalike models of characters from the show are Airmen from Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. :Senior Airman Micaela Rubio as Amy Farrah Fowler; Senior Airman Travis Von Elling as Sheldon Cooper; Airman 1st Class Madison Sylvester as  Penny; and Senior Airman Syler Feldman as Leonard Hofstadter.  (U.S. Air Force graphic/Staff Sgt. Luis Loza Gutierrez) The Big Bang Theory Explanation of: Why do drunk drivers get drunk in the first place?
EDITORS NOTE: This article is part of a series titled "Air Force Liquid Television," which features stories about the various areas of life impacted by alcohol and the act of drinking and driving.Drunk driving is a problem, but even if you remove the driving factor you still have the problem of a person being drunk. But how did the person get
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2015
Airman 1st Class Jason Kish, 319th Civil Engineer Squadron structural apprentice, practices placing pins in a barrel used to build a lock Jan. 27, 2015 at Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. As a structural apprentice, Kish specializes in building, fixing and picking locks. Kish was selected as Warrior of the Week for the last week in January. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Bonnie Grantham) Warrior of the Week: A1C Jason Kish
Name: Airman 1st Class Jason KishUnit: 319th Civil Engineer SquadronDuty title: Structural ApprenticeTime in service: 1 year 5 monthsTime on station: 10 monthsHometown: Marysville, OhioWhy is serving in the Air Force important to you?Serving in the Air Force is important to me because a lot of my family have been in the service.  I just wanted to
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When it comes to the 319th Civil Engineer Squadron’s work ethic, it isn’t shocking to see them get down and dirty, working hard to keep the base running. Safety is a priority for all CE jobs, since they deal with hazardous and dangerous work environments on a daily basis. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Senior Airman Xavier Navarro) Danger ahead; safety in mind: 319th Civil Engineer Squadron
When it comes to the 319th Civil Engineer Squadron's work ethic, it isn't shocking to see them get down and dirty, working hard to keep the base running.The electrical systems shop is in charge of maintaining all electrical infrastructures while the power production shop maintains installation generators to keep the base's power supply continuous
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Airman 1st Class Nicholas Berta, 319th Comptroller Squadron, logs into his work station Jan. 21, 2015, on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Berta was selected as the Warrior of the Week for the fourth week of January. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Susan L. Davis) Warrior of the Week: Airman 1st Class Nicholas Berta
Rank and name: Airman 1st Class Nicholas BertaUnit: 319th Comptroller SquadronDuty title: Financial Services TechnicianTime in service:  1 Year, 11 monthsHometown: Atascadero, Calif.Your age: 21 Why is serving in the Air Force important to you? Serving the Air Force is important to me because it gives me the chance to better myself each day and
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Senior Airman Joshua Coonich, 348th Reconnaissance Squadron aerospace medical technician, opens his mishap bag Dec. 24, 2014, at medical treatment facility on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. The mishap bag serves as a medical kit, and is used to treat people who may have been injured in incidents such a plane crash. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Luis Loza Gutierrez) Warrior of the Week: SrA. Joshua Coonich
Rank and name: Senior Airman Joshua CoonichUnit: 348th Reconnaissance SquadronDuty title: Aerospace Medical TechnicianTime in service:  3 years, 7 monthsTime on station:  8 monthsHometown: Schaumburg, Ill.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you? Serving in the Air Force is important to me because this is the only military branch that has
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