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Brig. Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski, Military Satellite Systems Wing Commander, swears in new recruits at the Muscle Beach Memorial Day celebration in Venice, Calif., May 28 Venice beach honors fallen heroes, present military members
Memorial Day is a time for remembrance, a time for honoring those fallen in battle, a time for giving thanks for what free Americans are able to do because of the ultimate sacrifice made by so many. Venice Beach was one of many communities in the Los Angeles area that recognized the fallen heroes and present service members with a special tribute
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Here's the latest news of interest to the LAAFB community.Base-Wide Yard Sale The base-wide yard sale will be held on the Fort MacArthur Parade Grounds from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., June 2. Here's an opportunity to get rid of surplus household items and give shoppers a chance to pick up some bargains. Military I.D. cardholders and dependents will be
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Tops in Blue, one of the oldest and most widely-traveled entertainment groups of its kind, performed at Fort MacArthur, May 26. The 2007 tour commemorates the 60th anniversary of the Air Force. During this year's tour, Tops in Blue will travel throughout the United States and to more than 25 countries. 
Tops In Blue continues to inspire audiences
Some 550 music enthusiasts braved the chilling night winds of the Pacific on a Memorial Day weekend to hear Tops In Blue perform on the Fort MacArthur Parade Grounds this past Saturday, May 25. Commemorating the Air Force's 60th Anniversary as an independent service, this year's show, The Fly-By, continued the group's grand tradition of dynamic,
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Lt. Gen. Michael Hamel, SMC Commander, was the keynote speaker at this year’s Los Angeles National Cemetery’s Memorial Day salute, May 28. Transcript - Lt. Gen. Michael Hamel's keynote speech, Los Angeles National Cemetery - May 28. 2007
Keynote address by Air Force Lt General Michael Hamel, Commander, Air Force Space & Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles AFB in El Segundo, on Memorial Day 2007 at the Los Angeles National Cemetery in Westwood, California: Good morning and thank you Captain Sommer for the kind introduction. It is an honor to join you today to speak on behalf of the
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Default Air Force Logo Base Personnel to Represent Air Force at Inter-Service Chess Competition
Los Angeles Air Force Base's Lt. Col. Douglas Taffinder, Global Positioning Systems Wing, will be one of six players to represent the Air Force in the upcoming inter-service chess competition at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, June 10- 16. Of the six finalists in the Air Force Chess Tournament recently conducted at Davis Monthan AFB, Ariz.,
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Brig. Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski accepts a check representing the money base volunteers saved by giving of their time.  Base volunteers worked 57,925 hours from April 1, 2006 through March 31 2007, saving the base $1,045,622.96 in salaries. Los Angeles Air Force Base celebrated the work of more than 290 volunteers at the annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony and luncheonat the Schriever Space Complex, May 23. Approximately 125 volunteers and their supervisors attended the event. Base volunteers honored at recognition ceremony
Los Angeles Air Force Base celebrated the work of more than 290 volunteers at the annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony at the Schriever Space Complex, May 23. Approximately 125 volunteers and their supervisors attended the event. Base volunteers worked 57,925 hours from April 1, 2006 through March 31 2007, saving the base $1,045,622.96. The
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Default Air Force Logo Base swimming pool to open May 25
The heated outdoor pool at Fort MacArthur will come to life at noon, May 25, as it opens for the 2007 season. Located across the street from the Community Center, the base pool will be open on weekends from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and from noon to 8 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. It will be closed on Wednesdays for maintenance. Lap
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An Air Force C-17 flys over the parade route during the 2007 Torrance Armed Forces Day Parade, May 19. Gen. Kevin Chilton, Air Force Space Command commander, served as the Grand Marshal for the parade. A Los Angeles AFB honor guard led the way as Los Angeles, Edwards, and Vandenberg Air Force Bases and March Air Reserve Base marched passed the crowds with a total of more than 300 airmen participating. 
48th Annual Torrance Armed Forces Day Celebration Draws Crowd of 50,000
Torrance officials estimate that the 48th Annual Torrance Armed Forces Day celebration drew 50,000 people from May 18-20. As dawn broke on May 19, large crowds began lining up their chairs and blankets along the parade route several hours before 79 entries began their march along tree-lined Torrance Boulevard. At 1:30 p.m., the parade kicked off
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Default Air Force Logo OPSEC – a family responsibility
"Hi ... I'm Jane Doe, 23, married to John, 25. He works in the Security Forces Squadron as a gate guard. He is deployed right now and will be home May 10 after being gone for nine months!! We have one son, Johnny, who is 20 months. We have been here for a little over a year. We came from Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota ... we were there for
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Default Air Force Logo Tops in Blue to perform at Fort MacArthur this month
The Air Force's Tops in Blue, one of the oldest and most widely-traveled entertainment groups of its kind, will be appearing on the parade grounds at Fort MacArthur at 8 p.m., May 26. All individuals with military identifications and their families and guests are invited to the free, one-night concert. Composed of 40 talented vocalists, musicians,
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