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Dragon of the WeekDragon of the Week
Dragon of the Week

Senior Airman Derik Hoskins
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Posted: 12/17/2008

Holiday spirit in Bay RidgeHoliday spirit in Bay Ridge
Holiday spirit in Bay Ridge

A group of children gathered together in the Bay Ridge housing area Monday to sing Christmas carols. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 12/17/2008

Holiday spirit in Bay RidgeHoliday spirit in Bay Ridge
Holiday spirit in Bay Ridge

Aidan Naylor, son of Col. Richard Naylor, 2nd Air Force, and Suzanne, sings Christmas carols with friends in the Bay Ridge housing area Monday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 12/17/2008

Holiday spirit in Bay RidgeHoliday spirit in Bay Ridge
Holiday spirit in Bay Ridge

From left, Sarah Ramsay, 16, daughter of Lt. Col. Steven Ramsay, 81st Training Group deputy commander, and Leanne Ramsay; sing with Joshua Gilliard, 8, and Jordan Gilliard, 12, son and daughter of Col. Prince Gilliard, 81st TRG commander and Wanda Gilliard. The children caroled in the Bay Ridge housing area Monday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Angel TreeAngel Tree
Angel Tree

Airman Basic Isaac Willard, 334th Training Squadron, Air Traffic Control student, helps with sorting the 11 pallets of toys donated to support Keesler's Angel Tree. Airmen Basic Willard and Todd Cole, and Airman 1st class Brandon Brurgess, also from the 334th TRS, worked with Mr. Ron Bublik and Mr. John Lowe, Airmen and Family Readiness Center, to sort and bag the toys destined for 122 Keesler children. Each child receives 6-8 toys. The toys were donated by the Salvation Army and first sergeants across base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Chuck Marsh)
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Posted: 12/17/2008

Angel TreeAngel Tree
Angel Tree

John Lowe puts a toy into a bag Monday, Dec. 15. Mr. Lowe is heading the toy distribution through Project Cheer and worked with the Salvation Army to acquire toys for more than 122 Keesler children. Keesler first sergeants picked up toys for distribution on Dec. 17. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Chuck Marsh)
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Posted: 12/17/2008

Avery Manor comes tumbling downAvery Manor comes tumbling down
Avery Manor comes tumbling down

Maj. Gen. Al Flowers, 2nd Air Force commander, uses a sledge hammer to begin demolition of Avery Manor, one of the old dormitories in the Triangle, Dec. 12. There are no plans to redevelop the area since it’s in the airfield clear zone, according to 1st Lt. Justin Delorit, 81st Civil Engineer Squadron. Also, the lieutenant mentioned an initiative for bases to reduce their physical footprint by 20 percent by removing old buildings that are no longer needed.
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Avery Manor comes tumbling downAvery Manor comes tumbling down
Avery Manor comes tumbling down

J.J. Vollmuth, Chief Master Sgt (Ret), uses a sledge hammer to begin demolition of Avery Manor, one of the old dormitories in the Triangle, Dec. 12. There are no plans to redevelop the area since it’s in the airfield clear zone, according to 1st Lt. Justin Delorit, 81st Civil Engineer Squadron. Also, the lieutenant mentioned an initiative for bases to reduce their physical footprint by 20 percent by removing old buildings that are no longer needed.
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Avery Manor comes tumbling downAvery Manor comes tumbling down
Avery Manor comes tumbling down

Brig. Gen. Greg Touhill, 81st Training Wing commander, uses an excavator to begin demolition of Avery Manor, one of the old dormitories in the Triangle, Dec. 12. There are no plans to redevelop the area since it’s in the airfield clear zone, according to 1st Lt. Justin Delorit, 81st Civil Engineer Squadron. Also, the lieutenant mentioned an initiative for bases to reduce their physical footprint by 20 percent by removing old buildings that are no longer needed. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Avery Manor comes tumbling downAvery Manor comes tumbling down
Avery Manor comes tumbling down

Brig. Gen. Greg Touhill, 81st Training Wing commander, uses an excavator to begin demolition of Avery Manor, one of the old dormitories in the Triangle, Dec. 12. There are no plans to redevelop the area since it’s in the airfield clear zone, according to 1st Lt. Justin Delorit, 81st Civil Engineer Squadron. Also, the lieutenant mentioned an initiative for bases to reduce their physical footprint by 20 percent by removing old buildings that are no longer needed. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 12/17/2008

Facelift for weather classroomsFacelift for weather classrooms
Facelift for weather classrooms

Airman Basic Adriana Lopez, a student awaiting training in the 336th Training Squadron, replaces books on a shelf in a 335th TRS weather schoolhouse classroom after new carpet was installed. Some of the renovations are self-help projects, while others are the result of classroom sponsorship by weather squadrons at other bases. The weather schoolhouse has asked weather squadrons, ROTC units and other agencies to sponsor a classroom. Sponsorship includes adding unique squadron items or historical facts to the classroom. Trainers believe a visually-stimulating classroom will improve the overall academic experience of the students. The schoolhouse is striving to improve two to four classrooms per quarter. To this point, 12 classrooms are refurbished and three sponsors have been secured. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 12/11/2008

Airfield repair beginsAirfield repair begins
Airfield repair begins

From left, contractors Quilliard Baker, Justin Schmitts and Rod Vandulman work on airfield repairs Dec. 3. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 12/11/2008

    

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