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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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  • 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,
  • 'Boom!' Staff sergeant recalls roadside bombing

    He had pieces of glass in his mouth and ears, six broken teeth, facial lacerations and a badly torn up vehicle, and he's probably lucky that things worked out so well. "I just looked up and 'boom!' said Staff Sgt. Chris Lelm, 319th Logistics Readiness Squadron. "I don't remember hearing anything - I think we were too close to hear it. It was just a
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