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Vandenberg at a glance

Members of Vandenberg Air Force Base Honor Guard present the colors at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, on Friday. The Giants were defeated 10-7 by long-time rivals the Los Angeles Dodgers in a game dedicated to men and women of the United States Military.(Photo Courtesy/Robert Galindo)

Members of Vandenberg Air Force Base Honor Guard present the colors at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, on Friday. The Giants were defeated 10-7 by long-time rivals the Los Angeles Dodgers in a game dedicated to men and women of the United States Military.(Photo Courtesy/Robert Galindo)

Airman 1st Class Crystal Artega, 381st Training Squadron, mops the G.I. Java floor during one of her bay orderly tasks here.(Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Trey Lewis)

Airman 1st Class Crystal Artega, 381st Training Squadron, mops the G.I. Java floor during one of her bay orderly tasks here.(Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Trey Lewis)

Airman 1st Class Eddie Chaney, a vehchle operator with the 30th Logistics Readiness Squadron, cleans and inspects a bus as part of his daily duties. Airmen of the 30th LRS are responsible for the maintnance and care of all base transportation equipment.(Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Heather Shaw)

Airman 1st Class Eddie Chaney, a vehchle operator with the 30th Logistics Readiness Squadron, cleans and inspects a bus as part of his daily duties. Airmen of the 30th LRS are responsible for the maintnance and care of all base transportation equipment.(Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Heather Shaw)

Jeff Marion, Kroeker Demolition company concrete hammer operator, breaks up concrete torn down from the old base theater. About 85 percent of the base theater material, including concrete, wood, and steel, were recycled.(Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Andrew Lee)

Jeff Marion, Kroeker Demolition company concrete hammer operator, breaks up concrete torn down from the old base theater. About 85 percent of the base theater material, including concrete, wood, and steel, were recycled.(Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Andrew Lee)