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  • Airmen!

    As newspaper headlines scream about the "failure of generalship", and the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) somberly ponders testimonies about the "broken Army", a quiet revolution is underway in the United States Air Force: a fundamental revitalization of America's youngest Service's warfighting ethos. The United States Air Force is commonly
  • Pride of the Pack: Staff Sergeant Kamau Joseph

    Staff Sergeant Kamau O. Joseph was selected as the Pride of the Pack for the week of May 7. Each week the 8th Fighter Wing commander recognizes one member of the Wolf Pack by awarding them with a Pride of the Pack certificate for their stellar commitment to excellence and superior mission accomplishment. Here are some of Sergeant Joseph's
  • Maintenance professionals honored for 2006

    A vocal crowd of Airmen from across the maintenance group and other units across the base honored the 2006 Maintenance Professionals of the Year at a banquet April 27 in Hangar 3 here. More than 400 Airmen chanting squadron slogans at the tops of their lungs seen the "best of the best" recognized for the work accomplished day in and day out keeping
  • Hip-hop artist Sean P entertains Wolf Pack

    More than 150 Wolf Pack members were treated to the fresh sounds of Atlanta hip hop artist Sean P and his group the Heavyweights April 23 at the Loring Club.  Sean P and his group, sponsored by Morale, Welfare and Recreation, Armed Forces and Navy Entertainment, kicked off the night with hits "Snap Yo Fingers" and "Do It To It." Before the concert,
  • Wolf Pack proves "Excellent"

    The 8th Fighter Wing culminated its 10-month run of exercises Tuesday with the Pacific Air Forces Inspector General rating the Wolf Pack's ability to execute its war-time mission as "Excellent." The presentation, which took place at Hangar 3 on the flightline, broke down and evaluated the four areas of the April 16 to 20 Operational Readiness
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