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  1. This Is The End Of The Line For The USAF's Most Versatile Cargo JetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jalopnik

    Yesterday, the final aircraft had its wings mated to its massive fuselage, ending not just the production run of the C-17, but the 72-year-old plant that produced it. Although the quad-engine transport found some export success later in its production life - with Canada, Australia, the UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, India, and NATO's heavy lift wing receiving copies - the demand for large transport aircraft has softened as defense budgets around the globe retract.


  2. Allan E. Scholl, 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cape Cod Times

    Allan E. Scholl, 89, of Mashpee, died Feb. 23, 2015. He was the husband of the late Mary Eilene "Marlene" Scholl, to whom he was married 67 years.


  3. Caitlyn Carrillo and Alexander Stephens to wed in June 2013Read the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2013 |

    Bill and Dee Carrillo of Loveland announce the engagement of their daughter, Caitlyn Jean-Marie Carrillo of Loveland, to Alexander Stephens of Fresno, Calif.


  4. Lockheed Martin Australia to deliver modern, affordable C-130J training solutions to RAAFRead the original story

    Friday | Aerotech News And Review

    The Royal Australian Air Force has awarded Lockheed Martin Australia a contract to supply a modern C-130J-30 Virtual Maintenance Trainer and a Multi-Function Training Aid to support maintenance and aircrew training at RAAF Base Richmond. Through this major upgrade, the RAAF will have a standardized curriculum tailored for its operations and based on decades of C-130 training innovation by Lockheed Martin.


  5. Four-star general nominated to lead nuclear command in LouisianaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Robin Rand has been nominated to command the nation's nuclear arsenal and bomber fleet from Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier City.


  6. Q&A: Wright-Patt commander talks NCAA First FourRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    Col. John Devillier - commander of the 88th Air Base Wing, the host wing at Wright-Patt - talks about the First Four's impact on the military. That's because Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is again playing a key, and highly visible role, in the games at the University of Dayton and their related events.


  7. Air Force Marathon named one of the bestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Xenia Daily Gazette

    Herald file photoSpectators filled the Fairborn Fly Zone, along Main Street and Central Avenue, with noise makers, signs and patriotic garb to show their support for the 2014 Air Force Marathon participants. Runners were also greeted by volunteers serving water at the hydration station.


  8. Report will speak to C-130 reallocationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Stars and Stripes

    Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., listens to testimony during a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense hearing on Feb. 25, 2015. ST. JOSEPH, Mo.


  9. If You Love The Internet, Set It FreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Daily Caller

    Chris Stewart is the Congressman from Utah's Second Congressional District. He is a No.


  10. Bruce Edward NotsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Okanogan Valley Gazette-Tribune

    Bruce E. Notson, 83, of Anacortes, Wash., passed away on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at Home Place Special Care Center in Burlington. He was born to Mildred and Edward Notson 83 years ago in Thorp, Wash.


  11. USAF getting aicraft structural modification kitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | UPI

    CPI Aerostructures is supplying the U.S. Air Force with structural modification kits to enhance the capabilities and safety of T-38C Pacer Classic III aircraft. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the kits was issued by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Hill Air Force Base in Utah and is worth $49 million.


  12. The Secure Path to Value in the Cloud By @Windstream | @CloudExpo [#Cloud]Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SOA World Magazine

    Even as cloud and managed services grow increasingly central to business strategy and performance, challenges remain. The biggest sticking point for companies seeking to capitalize on the cloud is data security.


  13. New York Dental Practice Says Once Baby Starts Teething, It's Time to Book an AppointmentRead the original story

    Friday | PR Log

    Plattsburgh, NY - Feb 27, 2015 - Renowned Plattsburgh dentist Dr. William Caldon published a new blog post entitled "When Is It Time to Bring a New Baby to the Dentist?" In the post, he discusses the importance of bringing babies into the dentist starting with their very first tooth, not just to gauge oral health, but also to habituate them to oral hygiene practices. Says Caldon, "Today, dentists recommend that parents bring their new child into the office sometime between the first tooth and the first birthday.


  14. 'It's about ownership': CMXG working toward achieving 'Art of the Possible'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Robins Rev-up

    Bridget Teasley, 574th Commodities Maintenance Squadron sheet metal mechanic, loads rivets before attaching sheet metal to a C-130 short flap. The organization's process improvements include standing aircraft parts vertically when possible to facilitate less strain to the mechanic and decreased production times.


  15. Advanced Education in General Dentistry program at JBABRead the original story

    Friday | DC Military

    Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling is home to one of the 13 Advanced Education in General Dentistry programs offered in the United States Air Force, each providing diverse specialized training in clinical dentistry. The program began at JBAB , in the 1960s and has since been an aggressively sought after program for postgraduate training due to the limited availability of residency positions.


  16. S.O.G. Military CollectiblesRead the original story

    Friday | The Community Voice

    Almost everything in Bruce Christensen's shop has a story; just ask him. Whether it's the machete from Vietnam, the Spanish treasure chest, the CIA bugging device used in the 1970s, the 1779 powder horn from Pennsylvania or the London land lease from 1885, almost every piece in S.O.G. Military Collectibles, located in the Crossroads Center in Cotati, is unique.


  17. Exercise Spartan Pegasus demonstrates joint military partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | The United States Army

    Paratroopers, with U.S. Army Alaska's 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team , 25th Infantry Division, performed the largest U.S. airborne mission north of the Arctic Circle in more than a decade during Exercise Spartan Pegasus 15, Feb. 24. This exercise demonstrated their unique ability to rapidly mass power on an objective in extremely cold and austere environments. The airborne operation, spearheaded by the Spartan Brigade's 6th Brigade Engineer Battalion, or BEB, inserted nearly 150 paratroopers along with arctic-mobility equipment, including a small unit support vehicle and arctic sustainment gear.


  18. IAF suspended training flights after series of mishapsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ynetnews

    A chain of grave safety mishaps in the span of ten days forced the Israeli Air Force chief to suspend all training flights for 24 hours on Thursday. The pilots instead dedicated the day to a series of lessons and lectures on flight safety.


  19. Wentworth Military Academy and College Cadets Receive Appointments to the Air Force Academy.Read the original story

    Thursday | Lee's Summit Tribune

    Welcome to the new home of Lee's Summit Tribune. We are dedicated to providing you the most current and accurate news and events in Lee's Summit From left to right: COL Tim Casey, CDT Amanda Miller, CDT Emma Lindberg, CDT Jeffery Austin, CDT Luke Easton, CDT Paige Ramirez, CDT Nicole Severson Wentworth Military Academy and College has announced that six college freshmen cadets have been selected to attend the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado.


  20. U.S. Army Not Keen on Flying A-10sRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Flight Journal

    The U.S. Army has no interest in taking over the Air Force's fleet of Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II attack planes, even if it would save the venerable Cold War-era aircraft from the bone yard. The service's top civilian, Army Secretary John McHugh, rejected the idea of accepting hand-me-down A-10 Warthogs from the Air Force.