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Museum opens exhibit dedicated to 'Warrior Airmen' Museum opens exhibit dedicated to 'Warrior Airmen'
DAYTON, Ohio (AFNS) -- A new exhibit at the National Museum of the United States Air Force now gives visitors a chance to see not only the service's past, but also its present and future.

Called "Warrior Airmen," the new exhibit highlights how today's Airmen are contributing to the war on terrorism, both in the air and on the ground.

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Vice president-elect meets Airmen in Southwest Asia
  Vice president-elect meets Airmen in Southwest Asia
SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFNS) -- Vice President-elect Joe Biden met Airmen from the 387th Air Expeditionary Group here as part of his tour of American bases in the Southwest Asia region.

Academy officials announce second hall of fame class
U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AFNS) -- Air Force Academy officials have announced the second class for induction into the Air Force Academy Athletic Hall of Fame.

Afterburner flies high in Monster Jam
  AF flies high at Monster Jam
Damon Bradshaw, in the Air Force Afterburner monster truck, soars through the air Jan. 11 during the Monster Jam at the Alamodome in San Antonio.

Airman dies following training exercise
LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE, Texas (AFNS) -- A 30-year old male Airman assigned to the 342nd Training Squadron as a combat control apprentice died Jan. 12 at Wilford Hall Medical Center here.

McChord Airmen earn top marks in nuclear inspection
McCHORD AIR FORCE BASE, Wash. (AFNS) -- Air Force inspectors gave members of the 62nd Airlift Wing here the highest-possible grade Jan. 12 following a weeklong inspection of the wing's role as the nation's primary nuclear airlift force.

'Year In Photos' highlights 2008
  2008 Year In Photos
SAN ANTONIO (AFNS) -- During 2008, military photographers have taken thousands of photographs that document the service of the nation's Airmen. The annual "Year in Photos" captures the spirit and essence of the men and women serving in the United States Air Force.

DOD suicide prevention conference under way
  DOD suicide prevention conference under way
SAN ANTONIO (AFNS) -- An Army staff sergeant who had lost Soldiers in the war zone was called a coward, a wimp and a wuss from a leader when he mentioned he might need psychological help.

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Air Force activates provisional Global Strike Command

Academy track coach inducted into hall of fame

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Jan. 11 airpower summary: B-1Bs hit anti-Afghan units

Air Force officials look at robots for aircraft ground refueling

Airmen in sky give warriors on ground situational awareness

Raptors return to the Pacific

Manas Airmen host Kyrgyz Congress of Women

American Airman teaches Iraqi air force cadets

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