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  • AF names 30th LRS civilian supervisor of the year

    It is my extreme pleasure to announce John Span, 30th Logistics Readiness Squadron, as the winner of the 2006 Air Force Fuels Civilian Supervisor/Leader of the Year Award.To be recognized at the AF-level is a rare honor; it is a true testament to Mr. Span's professionalism, superior performance, and dedication to the mission. I couldn't be more
  • Scowcroft honors top ICBM, Space and C3I Airmen

    Top performers in the intercontinental ballistic missile and space and communications, command, control and intelligence career fields were recently honored at the 18th annual Air Force Association Brent Scowcroft Awards banquet, hosted by the northern Utah chapter of the AFA. Approximately 500 people gathered at the Eccles Conference Center in
  • Housing announces yard of the month for February

    The winner of the 30th Civil Engineer Squadron yard of the month contest here for February was Tech. Sgt. William Cope, 30th Logistics Readiness Squadron."I take the same pride in my yard the same as I do with my military career," Sergeant Cope said.The runner-up was Tech. Sgt. Jeffrey Tagle, 30th CES."I owe it to my wife," Sergeant Tagle said. 
  • Air Force announces milestone in force transformation

    The secretary of the Air Force and chief of staff recently announced the completion of the next phase of Total Force Integration initiatives after discussions with Airmen from active-duty, Guard and Reserve organizations. Total Force Integration initiatives and their changes to the Air Force are supported by Lt. Gen. H. Steven Blum, chief of the
  • Services Focus Day showcases barbecue bonanza

    Vandenberg's Ultimate Tri-Tip Challenge, part of Services Focus Day, drew hundreds to the Pacific Coast Club March 15 for some Santa Maria-style barbecue, games and information on the programs offered by the 30th Services Division. Three of 10 culinary challengers took trophies home. The Grill Sergeants, a team of first sergeants and their spouses,
  • Vandenberg confidence course closed to all personnel

    All Air Force obstacle courses were closed by an Air Force chief of staff memorandum as a positive and immediate step toward guaranteeing safety for Airmen who would use them while training. To secure Vandenberg's confidence course and prevent unauthorized access, 30th Space Wing's Ground Safety office and the 30th Security Forces Squadron
  • AFAF campaign kicks off at Vandenberg

    The Air Force Assistance Fund kicks off today and participants can donate through unit points of contact during the six-week campaign, which runs March 26 through May 7. Last year, Vandenberg's campaign collected $77,652, exceeding the monetary campaign goal of $47,866 by 162 percent. This year, the goal is to make 100 percent contact with all
  • Wing commander, chief have breakfast with Airmen

    Col. Stephen Tanous, 30th Space Wing commander, and Command Chief Timothy Gordon, 30th Space Wing command chief, chat with 20 Airmen who were chosen to eat breakfast with the new wing commander at Breakers Dining Facility, March 22.
  • 30th LRS receives Space Command transportation award

    It is my pleasure to announce the 30th Logistics Readiness Squadron as the winners of the Air Force Space Command 2006 National Defense Transportation Association Military Unit Award.This annual award recognizes the operational logistics readiness unit that has significantly contributed to the transportation mission.The men and women of the 30th
  • Vandenberg launches Minuteman II

    An unarmed Minuteman II intercontinental ballistic missile testing Missile Defense Agency sensors was launched from North Vandenberg at 9:27 p.m. March 20. Col. Teresa Djuric, 30th Space Wing vice commander, was the spacelift commander. Representing MDA locally was Richard Vernetti acting as target mission director. "This was another safe and
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