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Tech. Sgt. Mike Laughlin, 319th Security Forces Squadron, explains equipment used during a K-9 demonstration to Gail Christopher (left) and Tammy Christenson (right) from the Golden Eagles Club here June 1. The Golden Eagles Club was formed in 1990 and is a division of the Chamber’s Military Appreciation Committee. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Suellyn Nuckolls) When a “thank you” card just isn’t enough
It's no surprise that Grand Forks Air Force Base has a special bond with the Grand Forks community. Grand Forks, N.D., and East Grand Forks, Minn., provide base support in many ways. On June 1, the base had the opportunity to say "thank you" by giving a tour to the Golden Eagles Club comprised of leaders in the local community. "This was a
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2007
The base’s new drug dog, Rex, is a two-and a-half-year-old Belgium malinois. He arrived to Grand Force Air Force Base in April.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Amanda Callahan)

Sniffing his way into his job
The youngest Warrior of the North is not quite the Airman you think he may be. At 2-and-a-half-years-old, Rex, a Belgium malinois, has arrived as the Grand Forks Air Force Base drug dog. "Typically, Air Force bases have one drug dog," said Staff Sgt. Andrew Goligowski, 319th Security Forces Squadron. "With the success of the urine analysis program,
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2007
Default Air Force Logo 101 days of peak summer moving
Are you planning to move, retire or separate this summer? Then this article is for you. For Airmen who have moved since October 2003, the information contained here may simply be a refresher of what you already know. For others, this may be the first time you've seen or heard about changes to the personal property move process. In October 2003, the
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Military StarSM Card strengthens Grand Forks Airmen’s return on investment
The use of bank-issued cards by troops at their base exchanges costs the military community millions of dollars annually that could be directed to Morale, Welfare and Recreation efforts. Last year alone, bank issued card processing expenses at Grand Forks Army and Air Force Exchange Service facilities jumped 15.82 percent, ultimately sapping more
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Six weeks to a better you: week 4
At week four, the participants have learned what they are doing wrong and what they are doing right. Let's see if they are practicing what they've learned. The six participants of the Body Gem® program have completed their fourth week. Each has submitted seven days of meals and exercise logs to Staff Sgt. Shaleika Anderson, a Health and Wellness
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Six weeks to a better you: week 3
Week three is the midpoint for this program. This week, the participants weigh in on their goals to see how they have progressed. The six participants of the Body Gem® program have completed their third week. Each has submitted seven days of meals and exercise logs to Staff Sgt. Shaleika Anderson, a Health and Wellness Center dietician. She will
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2007
Default Air Force Logo The benefits of optimism for stress management
Do you know someone who always seems to have a smile on his face and shares a positive thought with you every day? For those individuals, hardships are often seen as learning experiences and even the most miserable day holds the promise that "tomorrow will probably be better." For those of you who are optimistic, you may well feel that you
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Sexual assault awareness, not to be ignored
We, at the Sexual Assault Prevention Response office, have been a bit quiet; almost hidden, some may say. In many ways this reflects what happens with a sexual assault or sexual violence. "Let's not talk about it." "I'm not sure what I want people to know." "Do we have to say rape, it is such a harsh word; it scares people off." It is a harsh word,
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Six weeks to a better you: first week round up
The six participants of the Body Gem® program have completed their first week. Each has submitted seven days of meals and exercise logs to Staff Sgt. Shaleika Anderson, a Health and Wellness Center dietician. She will comment on each participant according to their logs and each participant will describe how they feel they did the past week. The
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2007
Default Air Force Logo They call the thing Rodeo
When we hear the word "rodeo," many of us think of cowboys, broncs and bull riding. But Air Mobility Command has a different take on the word "rodeo." This Rodeo isn't about horses and bull riding, it's about readiness, it's about air refueling, air drop, air land, security forces, aerial port operations, aero-medical evacuation, maintenance and
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2007
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