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Command Chief Master Sgt. John Anderson spoke about the Air Force Core Values and the value of mentoring Airmen during his visit to the 94th ASTS with Colonel Thomas. “I always want to know what’s going on with Airmen because I am one,” said ChiefAnderson. “If you don’t know why an Airman joined the Air Force, then how can you help him?” (Air Force photo/Master Sgt.Stan Coleman) Pep talk

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2008
Maj. Gen. James W. Graves, Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for Reserve Matters, Washington, D.C., talks on the success of diversity through examples in United States History at the 2008 AFRC HRDC Workshop in Atlanta.  (Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Stan Coleman) Faithful to a proud heritage: Diversity council held in Atlanta
Nearly 250 Total Force Airmen convened in downtown Atlanta Oct. 28 to attend the bi-annual Air Force Reserve Command Human Resources Development Council.Formed in 1991, the three-day workshop is a multi-tiered initiative that allows Reservists, Active Guard and Reserve, Air Reserve Technicians and civilians a chance to learn about current issues
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2008
Maj. Gen. James W. Graves, Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for Reserve Matters, Washington, D.C., talks on the success of diversity through examples in United States History at the 2008 AFRC HRDC Workshop in Atlanta.  (Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Stan Coleman) Diversity Council held in Atlanta

0 10/29
2008
An Air Force Academy Wings of Blue parachutist makes his descent to the
Dobbins' airfield carrying a POW/MIA flag while a partial moon is sighted in the background. Dobbins hosted the 2008 Wings Over Marietta Air Show Oct. 18-19, which featured an F-22 Raptor demo and the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. (Air
Force photo/Senior Airman Shaun Shenk) Wings Over Marietta soars at Dobbins
From the retired Army OV-1 Mohawk surveillance aircraft to the Air Force's brand new F-22 Raptor, the Wings Over Marietta Air Show & Open House held here Oct. 18-19 had something for everyone. During the flying demonstrations eyes and cameras caught the aerial actions as civilian and military demonstration teams looped and dived over the airfield
0 10/22
2008
Senior Airman Ashley Hanshaw, a postal clerk with the 379th Expeditionary Communications Squadron at an air base in Southwest Asia, receives a completed absentee ballot that is ready to mail.  Absentee ballots are given top priority for mail processing during election season in order to provide the best chance to have votes count.  Airman Hanshaw, a native of the Bronx, N.Y., is deployed from Dobbins Air Force Base, Ga.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Michael Boquette) Get out the vote

0 10/21
2008
DOBBINS AIR RESERVE BASE, Ga. -- An aircraft maintainer with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds give the signal for the F-16 jet to taxi to the runway.  The USAF Thunderbirds aerial demonstration are in town for the "Wings Over Marietta" air show here Oct. 18-19.  The Thunderbirds are the featured act each day. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek) Wings Over Marietta Air Show 2008 kicks off

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2008
Jordan Headley, age 5, is all smiles after receiving a 2008 Thunderbirds Program from Maj. Tyrone Douglas, USAF Thunderbirds No. 6 F-16 pilot (left), and Maj. Charla Quayle, USAF Thunderbirds flight surgeon (right), at the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Pediatric Hospital.  "We enjoy the opportunity to have a one-on-one  visit with children," said Maj. Quayle. "It inspires and empowers them to follow their dreams." Thunderbird team members also visited two metro Atlanta area high schools as part of their community relations visits in connection with their appearance at the Wings over Marietta Air Show and Open House at Dobbins ARB, Oct. 18-19. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Stan Coleman) Thunderbirds visit Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

0 10/17
2008
A father of a military member deployed from Dobbins Air Reserve Base fills a box with various items to send as a care package.  The Family Readiness center partnered with Cobb County to host a 'Family Care Package' day at the base Sept. 13.  Several family members showed up to take advantage of creating a care package that the U.S. Post Office would ship at a $10 flat rate. Sending love from home

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2008
Wings Over Marietta Air Show and Open House Oct. 18-19. Wing to host first air show since 2001
What's significant about the number 162,000? That's how many pounds of thrust six F-16 Fighting Falcons produce. It may also represent the number of goose bumps visitors will have when they fly over their heads at several hundred miles per hour during the Wings Over Marietta Air Show Oct. 18-19. The 94th Airlift Wing has teamed up with the Georgia
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2008
Maj. Marcus Smith and Capt. Donna Smith joke with Braves’ right fielder Jeff Francoeur before a game Sept. 10. Military members from Dobbins were invited out to the game to show appreciation for their service. (Air Force photo/Airman Chelsea Gitzen) Reservists meet Braves at game
Military members from Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Naval Air Station Atlanta and nearby Army units got a special treat when they were invited to attend a Braves game Sept. 10 at Turner Field against the Colorado Rockies. Nearly 50 servicemembers from the Navy, Army and the 94th Airlift Wing were invited near the field to meet and greet Braves' general
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2008
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