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  • Cadet corps helps youth learn about military

    Young people can now learn about military life without ever joining. The Naval Sea Cadet Corps was established as a youth group designed to teach patriotism, leadership, and basic naval skills to Americans age 10 to high school seniors. Ron Baker, a retired Navy captain and headquarters

  • Units to merge into 78th Force Support Squadron

    This summer, the 78th Mission Support Squadron and the 78th Services Division will merge to become the 78th Force Support Squadron. The standing up of the 78th FSS is part of a Program Action Decision. All Air Force bases are projected to be in this structure by 2010, with most merging in summer

  • Program allows wounded Soldier to recover at Robins

    Sergeant Joe Krummert, a paratrooper assigned to the 1230th Transportation Company in the Georgia Army National Guard at Bainbridge, Ga., was riding in an armored vehicle in Iraq when an accident caused by a roadside improvised explosive device turned his world upside down. Sergeant Krummert

  • Random tests help deter drug use

    The Air Force has zero tolerance for drug use. The Drug Demand Reduction Program, an Air Force-wide random drug testing program established in the late 1970s, is a force the military branch uses to deter illegal drug use. All active-duty military members can be tested at random. However, only