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Jennifer Richardson, 319th Contracting Flight Agency Organization Program Coordinator for the Government Purchase Card Program, holds up a 2015 GPC binder on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., May 18, 2015. Richardson was selected as the Warrior of the Week for the third week of May 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Xavier Navarro/released) Warrior of the Week: Jennifer Richardson
Name: Jennifer RichardsonUnit: 319th Contracting FlightDuty title: Agency Organization Program Coordinator for the Government Purchase Card ProgramTime in service: 28 YearsTime on station: 21 yearsHometown: Bemidji, Minn.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you? By serving in the Air Force I have the opportunity to be part of an amazing
0 5/21
2015
Informational flyer provided by the 319th Medical Group on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Skin Cancer Awareness Month: Screening out the bad rays
Nearly 5 million people in the United States are treated for skin cancer each year, and in the past three decades more people have had skin cancer than all other cancers combined.May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and during this time it is important to develop habits that can prevent skin cancer and also learn the facts and how to screen for skin
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2015
Staff Sgt. Anna Harris, 319th Operations Support Squadron weather forecaster, talks about the airfield observing system which pulls data from sensors to give present weather conditions on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., May 12, 2015. Harris was selected as the Warrior of the Week for the second week of May 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Xavier Navarro/released) Warrior of the Week: Staff Sgt. Anna Harris
Name: Staff Sgt. Anna HarrisUnit:319th Operations Support SquadronDuty title: Weather ForecasterTime in service: 8 yearsTime on station: 6 monthsHometown: Fairmont, W. Va.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?Serving in the Air Force is important to me because it gives me a sense of country and a sense of pride. Being a part of something
0 5/13
2015
Kin Fat Lai, Exchange alternations manager, uses a computer program in conjunction with an embroidery machine to precisely create patterns on textiles on May 7, 2015, on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Before coming to America, Lai spent 25 years of his life in Hong Kong where he tailored patterns for clothing factories. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Xavier Navarro/released) Sewing happiness into uniforms
The military uniform is a unique symbol; it's what strings the men and women who serve the country together. Needless to say, behind every uniform there is a person who stitches every patch, name tape and military branch you work for.Kin Fat Lai, alterations manager at the Exchange here, specializes in customizing and repairing existing clothing
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2015
May is observed throughout the Air Force as a time to set and achieve fitness goals to improve personal health and fitness. It is recommended to get at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic activity each week in order to reduce the risk of premature death, coronary heart disease, stroke, hypertension, type II diabetes and depression. For more information about May Fitness Month activities, contact the Grand Forks Air Force Base Fitness Center at 747-3384 or Denae Grove, 319th Medical Operations Squadron health promotion coordinator, at 747-6112. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Airman 1st Class Bonnie Grantham/Released) May Fitness Month: Why fitness matters
May is observed throughout the Air Force as a time to set and achieve fitness goals to improve personal health and fitness.Life for an Airman can be busy, and it can be hard to schedule in time for the gym. It is important to remember, though, that daily physical activity has more benefits than just passing a physical training test."Physical
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2015
Senior Airman Travis Von Elling, 319th Air Base Wing Honor Guard ceremonial guardsman, poses with the flag May 5, 2015 on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Von Elling was selected as the Warrior of the Week for the first week of May 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ryan Sparks/released) Warrior of the Week: Senior Airman Travis Von Elling
Name: Senior Airman Travis Von EllingUnit    : 319th Operations Support Squadron    Duty title: Ceremonial GuardsmanTime in service:  2 years, 8 monthsTime on station:  2 yearsHometown:  Manhattan, Kan.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?I have always wanted to serve in the armed services. My personal values and mentality seemed to fit
0 5/07
2015
Default Air Force Logo Many countries make up Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. It is a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States.For 2015 the Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) has chosen the theme "Many Cultures, One Voice: Promote Equality and Inclusion."According to the Council, the theme emphasizes the diversity of the AAPI
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2015
Senior Airman Sean Egan, 319th Security Forces Squadron alarm monitor, logs on to the computer to monitor live surveillance footage to detect any suspicious activity on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., April 24, 2015. Egan was selected as the Warrior of the Week for the last week in April. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Bonnie Grantham/Released) Warrior of the Week: Senior Airman Sean Egan
Name: Senior Airman Sean EganUnit: 319th Security Forces SquadronDuty title: Alarm MonitorTime in service: 2 years and 6 monthsTime on station: 2 yearsHometown: Cleveland, OhioWhy is serving in the Air Force important to you?The Air Force is like a second family, a home away from home. When you take away someone's name on their uniform, all they
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2015
Senior Airman Joshua L. Coonich, 319th Medical Operations Squadron flight medicine medical technician, holds his breath underwater April 18, 2015 on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Coonich is practicing his water confidence training before he leaves for pararescuman training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ryan Sparks/released) Battlefield Airmen: GFAFB Airmen work together for a common goal
Many young Americans join the Air Force with great aspirations. They desire to be a part of the Air Force elite; they want to be Battlefield Airmen. What they don't realize is that it takes dedication and years of hard work to reach that goal. The training will push you to the brink and test your resiliency. The work you put in before the training
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2015
Paige “Paiger” Holmes, 17, was selected as the North Dakota Boys and Girls Club of America 2014 Military Youth of the Year. The Military Youth of the Year honor acknowledges club members who overcame obstacles and showed excellent character and accomplishments. For those who want to earn this honor, club youth have to advance through local, state and regional competitions in order to compete for the National Youth of the Year title. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman Xavier Navarro/Released) North Dakota Boys and Girls Club of America Military Youth of the Year: Paige "Paiger" Holmes
The North Dakota Boys and Girls Club of America has named Paige "Paiger" Holmes 2015 Military Youth of the Year."The Boys and Girls Club has had a huge impact on my life and has given me different experiences as a young teen," said Holmes. "In my speech I talked about the leader that I am because of youth programs and from that I can continue with
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