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Vol. 64 No. 8 March 1, 2013

23 master sergeants earn next stripe

Red Flag 13-3 continues

Master Sgt. Arthur J. Baltier, 757th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Master Sgt. Nathan A. Caldwell, 422nd Test and Evaluation Squadron Master Sgt. Scott M. Chandler, 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron Master Sgt. Jason P. Cooper, 57th Maintenance Group Master Sgt. Marquell D. Fallin, 757th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Master Sgt. Jasmine Jenkins, 99th Surgical Operations Squadron Master Sgt. Ronald J. Killen Jr., 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron Master Sgt. Michael T. Laine, 57th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Nellis Public Affairs

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — Air Force officials selected 1,360 of 12,834 eligible master sergeants for promotion to senior master sergeant for a selection rate of 10.65% percent. T he average overa l l score for those selected was 673.11. Selectees’ average time in grade is 4.02 years and time in service is 18.89 years. Other score averages included 135.00 for enlisted performance reports, 20.63 for decorations and 71.73 for the Promotion Fitness Exam. The following 23 Nellis Airmen have been selected for promotion to the rank of senior master sergeant: Master Sgt. Nelson G. Alamanzor, 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron Master Sgt. Richard A. Anderson, 57th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Master Sgt. Laurie L. Bach, ___ See PROMOTIONS, on page 3 8th Weapons Squadron

The writing on the wall: ‘Tigers’ preserve spot in Red Flag history By Staff Sgt. Kenny Holston 20th Fighter Wing Public Affairs

They are stopped dead in their tracks upon entering the mass briefing hall their eyes wide and their jaws dropped. One Airman utters “Wow, now that’s a history lesson.” What the Airmen see is an array of plaques and framed photos from units that have participated in previous Red Flag exercises. The commemorations

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — As Airmen gear up for the start of Red Flag 13-3, they arrive at the 414th Combat Training Squadron Red Flag building here and shuff le into the main auditorium for a commander’s briefing about their involvement in _________ See TIGERS, on page 3 the three-week exercise.

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U.S. Air Force EC-130H Compass Call flight engineer assigned to the 43rd Electronic Combat Squadron out of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., inspects the aircraft’s fuselage prior to a Red Flag 13-3 training mission at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., Feb. 27. The 43rd ECS combat mission is to support tactical air, ground and naval operations by confusing the enemy’s defenses and disrupting its command and control capabilities. (For related photos on Red Flag 13-3, goto pages `16-`17 of this issue.)

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Plan ahead for those you love Commentary by Airman 1st Class Alexander W. Riedel Defense Media Activity

(AFNS) — Last year, I dealt with the death of two people close to me. In September, my father passed away unexpectedly at the age of 59, due to an illness. The man I thought to be indestructible, suddenly was gone. Almost exactly two months later, a long-time friend also passed away in the hospital when complications occurred during a routine surgery. Only a few weeks before, the young athlete had celebrated his 25th birthday. All I wanted during that time was to retreat and deal with my grief. However, my family was left not just with the emotional pain, but also the dreadful duty of arranging funeral proceedings and disposal of my father’s personal belongings. Needless to say, I didn’t like the tasks at hand. Even while living in a clean household, my father’s many financial and legal documents were only haphazardly filed in rows of unmarked binders, threatening to come tumbling off the shelf in an avalanche of paper. His bank information was hidden in a random cabinet, and nothing was labeled or sorted in any distinguishable order or system. After I returned to my own apartment, I quickly realized my own passing wouldn’t make it much easier for my survivors. While I consider myself to be a tidy person, my apartment is still full of individualized organization that sometimes even makes my wife wonder where I filed the last utility bill. My friend’s passing especially sent the frightening message that while death at any age is tragic to family and friends, it can happen to anybody, any time. I invite you to consider this: If you were to die, how long would it take people to find the things that matter among much unnecessary clutter we often accumulate in life? Are your important documents easily accessible, and does somebody know where to find them? Luckily, a few simply steps can make a big difference to those left behind. Why your will will matter: According to the Air Force Legal Assistance website, a last will and testament is a legal document you use to dispose of your property at your death. It may also name people to do important jobs, such as a personal representative or executor of your estate, a trustee if you have established a trust and guardians for minor children. One of the worst things about my dad’s passing was that he did not leave instruction or wishes. For my family, this meant we had to discuss thoroughly

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how and where my dad would have liked to have been buried, what to do with his car, furniture and the rest of his possessions. If my father had had a will, a lot of those questions would’ve been answered for us and the “next steps” would have been expedited. The most important part about creating a will is simply starting one. Luckily, a will does not take effect until your death and can be discarded and renewed anytime a change in life occurs. Almost as important as creating and maintaining a will, however, is also making it accessible and safe, keeping it in a fireproof box, for example. As my experience with my father’s bank information showed, documentation does no good unless somebody knows where to find it when it matters. ‘The uninsured life is not worth leaving’: While I was aware that a funeral costs money, the many small expenditures connected to a burial were a surprise to me. From the casket to the headstone, from coffee for funeral attendees to burial plot fees -- unexpected expenses quickly rack up. Life insurance could have alleviated this problem. It is intended to replace the initial loss of income, pay estate taxes, debts and cover funeral costs to the family. Unfortunately, my father did not have a policy, leaving those costs to be covered by his hardly accessible bank account, his remaining paycheck and the rest by his family. Every active-duty service member, of course, is eligible for the Service Member’s Group Life Insurance, a term life insurance. That means it does not build cash value over time and only provides cover-

The Bullseye is published by Aerotech News and Review, a private firm in no way connected with the U.S. Air Force, under exclusive written contract with Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Contents of the Bullseye are not necessarily the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense or the Department of the Air Force. The appearance of advertising in this publication, including inserts and supplements, does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense, the Department of the Air Force or Aerotech News and Review of the products or services advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made available for purchase and use of patronage without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap, political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user or patron. T h e d e a d l i n e f o r s u b m i s s i o n s t o t h e B u l l s eye i s n o later than Wednesday, 4:30 p.m., one week prior to desired

age for the assigned term only. This is an excellent way to protect against premature death on a strictly temporary basis -- an example being military duty. A variety of cash value insurance is available to provide a lasting insurance asset in the form of a cash accumulation account. For military members, it is important to check whether such policies have a “war clause,” preventing their beneficiaries to collect if the service member is killed in war or on duty. Service members should also make sure that their SGLI is updated regularly to ref lect the desired beneficiaries. Privacy in life, access after death: In addition, there are more private issues to deal with. As I scoured my dad’s house for photos, letters, important documents and memorabilia important to my memory of him, I realized many were digital photos saved on hard drives and his pass-coded computer. This left many of his photos and favorite music, email accounts and social media, for example, nearly inaccessible and his computer as a vault to the information contained inside. Consider preparing a list of passwords to your computer and online accounts, so others can access your digital documents even when they don’t share your computer on a regular basis. Naturally, such a listing should be kept in a safe place, a sealed envelope and safe deposit box; but make sure the bank does not seal or limit access to it after your death. Talking it over: Finally, more important than legal preparation may be the open conversation with those closest to you. While speaking about your own death may seem callous, it can make it easier for your family to meet your wishes. Will your family know whether you wanted to be cremated or not, for example? Where you would like to be buried or what you would like your headstone to look like? I’m not suggesting we live in fear of death every day -- but you never know what life has in store for you. After all, not one of us is indestructible. Instead, I suggest that as Airmen we have a duty not only to our service, but also to our next of kin, our loved ones -- those who have already enough to deal with after we’re gone. It’s better to prepare now, before it’s too late. If you haven’t already, strive to get your things in order and plan ahead for those you love. For more information on how to establish a will and what Airmen should do to prepare, please visit the U.S. Air Force Legal Assistance website, where you can also locate contact information for your local legal office.

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BULLSEYE PROMOTIONS, from page 1 ____ Master Sgt. Frederick D. Little, 57th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Master Sgt. Edward M. McCoy, 556th Test and Evaluation Squadron Master Sgt. Charles R. Parton,

757th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Master Sgt. Erin J. Ramil, United States Air Force Warfare Center Master Sgt. Robert D. Ross, 57th Operations Support Squadron Master Sgt. Juan C. Santos,

99th Logistics Readiness Squadron Master Sgt. Gaylon H. Simmons, 57th Maintenance Group Master Sgt. Michelle M. Stavig, 57th Information Aggressor Squadron Master Sgt. Kelley J. Stewart,

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99th Air Base Wing Master Sgt. Daniel J. Tachick, 57th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Master Sgt. Brian A. Taylor, 57th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Master Sgt. William M. Weir, 57th Maintenance Squadron

TIGERS, from page 1 ___________ and hung them up for all to see.” cover a majority of the auditorium’s walls from the ceiling down to the floor. As the historical Red Flag exercise hits the 38-year anniversary, it’s safe to say most everyone in and around a military community is familiar with the story -- fast planes, pilots and high performance aircraft engaging in different combat training roles, explained a local Nellis, Nev., resident. For those who don’t know about Red Flag, it was developed to help the U.S. Air Force “train like they fight.” It’s a simulated combat training exercise that pulls in multiple air force assets from all four U.S. military services from around the globe and allies of the United States. The exercise is conducted over the Nevada Test and Training Range and is managed by the Air Warfare Center through the 414th Combat Training Squadron. But what are some of the untold stories? For the 79th Fighter Squadron “Tigers” from Shaw AFB, S.C., the writing for one of their untold Red Flag stories is on the wall. It is here you can find a piece of the “Tigers’” story, and their preserved spot in Red Flag history. “I took it upon myself to take on this project,” said Fred Whitehead, 414th CTS database management. “I’ve touched every plaque on this wall at one point or another.” “What I’ve done is taken the plaques and photos given to us by units that have participated in Red Flag, organized them

Whitehead, who served in the U.S. Air Force for 26 years as an F-111 Aardvark crew chief and retired as a master sergeant, explained how the tradition of passing on what would become historical relics came to be. “This is literally a display of 30-plus years of history we have managed to preserve,” the retired master sergeant said. “It’s taken five years of sorting and organizing to reach this point.” While giving mementos wasn’t popular when Red Flag first started back in the mid-1970s, the idea of leaving something to the unit that makes Red Flag happen began to evolve over time. “After each Red Flag exercise, some of the commanders from the units that participated presented the Red Flag staff with some sort of memento ranging from unit patches, squadron photos and plaques,” the retired crew chief continued. Among these mementos are 79th FS plaques dating back to the early 1990s. The plaques, which are shaped like the tail of an F-16 Fighting Falcon and painted gray with a tiger stripe across the top, display quotes from the commander of the unit at the time. One plaque reads, “Magnum rifle fox three, bombs away. See ya! Thanks, from the 79th FS Tigers.” It’s plaques with special sayings that mark time and reserve a unit’s spot in history, Whitehead explained. As Whitehead began talking about a few of the individual units displayed on the auditorium walls, the importance of maintaining such history became increasingly clear.

U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kenny Holston

Fred Whitehead, 414th Combat Training Squadron database management explains the history behind the plaques displayed on the wall of the 414th CTS Red Flag auditorium, Feb. 22, Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Among these mementos are 79th Fighter Squadron plaques dating back to the early 1990s. Whitehead explained that by displaying the plaques on the auditorium walls, it preserves each units spot in Red Flag history.

“A good percentage of these units have been deactivated,” Whitehead said. “Not to mention, the amount of aircraft displayed here that have since been retired and replaced with newer air frames.” As the former crew chief squinted his eyes to read quotes from the different plaques, he stumbled across an old photo of himself in front of an F-111 Aardvark, “Ah hey,” Whitehead said. “That’s me a good while ago.” It was at this moment the dedication to the mission of preserving history that Whitehead had taken on was validated. As Airmen made their way out of the auditorium one Airman expressed his

thoughts on the array of mementos displayed on the auditorium walls. “I was really impressed with all the different types of plaques and photos from each unit as I made my way into the briefing hall,” said Senior Airman Mike Green, 20th Logistics Readiness Squadron. “It’s pretty cool knowing the ‘Tigers’ are amongst those who are featured on the wall.” While members of the 79th FS move forward with mission planning in anticipation of the official kickoff of Red Flag 13-3 Feb. 25, they do so knowing they not only have a spot on the auditorium wall but also a reserved place in history.

U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kenny Holston

U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kenny Holston

Plaques are displayed among on the wall of the 414th Combat Training Squadron Red Flag auditorium, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Fred Whitehead, 414th CTS database management, took on the project of organizing and displaying the plaques given to the Red Flag staff by units that have participated in previous Red Flag exercises.

Fred Whitehead, 414th Combat Training Squadron database management, (center, left) looks at the vast display of unit plaques on the wall of the 414th CTS Red Flag auditorium wall, Feb. 22, Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Whitehead took on the project of organizing and displaying the plaques given to the Red Flag staff by units that have participated in previous Red Flag exercises. Among these mementos are 79th Fighter Squadron plaques dating back to the early 1990s. Whitehead explained that by displaying the plaques on the auditorium walls it preserves each units spot in Red Flag history.


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F-35s grounded as precaution after crack found in engine blade By Jim Garamone American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON (AFNS) — All F-35s have been grounded as a precaution after a routine engine inspection revealed a crack on an engine blade, Defense Department officials said Feb. 22 here. Officials call this a “cautionary

suspension of f light.” The Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps f ly F-35s. Inspectors found the crack in an F135 engine installed in an F-35A Lightning II at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. This is the conventional take-off and landing version of the joint strike fighter. Of f icia ls a re sh ippi ng t he en-

gine and its associated hardware to Pratt & Whitney’s engine facility in Middletown, Conn., to conduct more thorough evaluation and root cause analysis. Of f icia ls said the grounding is precautionary. All F-35 f light operations have been suspended until the investigation is complete, officials

said, and it is too early to know the f leetwide impact. “The F-35 Joint Program Office is working closely with Pratt & Whitney and Lockheed Martin at all F-35 locations to ensure the integrity of the engine, and to return the fleet safely to f light as soon as possible,” a Defense Department news release said.

Drivers continue to find road bumpy after answering automobile ads By Chris Ward AAFESA Exchange

DALLAS. Texas — An individual or individuals claiming to be “Exchange Inc.” have been placing advertisements in auto magazines and commercial newspapers, leading Army & Air Force Exchange Service shoppers to believe they’re purchasing a vehicle through the Department of Defense retailer. “This has been a problem for the past few months where someone is using the Exchange’s trademarked logo and name without permission to purportedly sell vehicles in the United States,” said Rick Koloski, the Exchange’s loss prevention vice president. “Unfortunately, some have sent money only to receive nothing in return.” Despite the fact that military exchanges do not have the authority to sell vehicles in the continental United States, the individuals responsible for these advertisements have left consumers with the impression they are doing business with the DoD’s oldest and largest exchange service.

“This type of fraud has proliferated with the use of the internet and continues to be a challenge because oftentimes the perpetrator cannot be identified as the methods they utilize are not traceable back to any individual,” Koloski said.

Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov. Exchange facilities are located solely on military installations. While the Exchange does have mail order and Internet offerings, the Exchange does not advertise in civilian outlets such as metropolitan newspapers or automobile sales magazines. All advertisements for legitimate Exchange offerings are published in outlets whose audiences are comprised mostly of military members. The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is a joint non-appropriated fund instrumentality of the DoD and is directed by a board of directors which is responsible to the Secretaries of the Army and the Air Force through the Service Chiefs of Staff. The Exchange has the dual mission of —Rick Koloski providing authorized patrons with quality merExchange’s loss prevention vice president chandise and services at competitively low prices and generating non-appropriated fund earnings “In fact, in a most recent case, money grams sent as a supplemental source of funding for military by one couple were picked up in Bangladesh, indi- morale, welfare and recreation programs. To find cating this crime goes well beyond U.S. borders.” out more about the Exchange history and mission Shoppers who believe that they may have been or to view recent press releases please visit our web taken advantage of, can file a complaint through the site at http://www.shopmyexchange.com.

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Legal office assists service members, spouses with vehicle registrations By Staff Sgt. Tiffany Austin United States Air Force Warfare Center

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — The Nellis Air Force Base Legal Office offers a variety of services to active duty members, reservists, retirees and their families. One of those services is assisting active duty members and their spouses renew vehicle registrations. In Nevada, out-of-state residents who are active-duty in the military and their spouses are not required to register

their vehicles in state. Should service members choose to obtain a Nevada registration however, they are eligible for an exemption from all governmental taxes associated with its registration. In order to obtain this exemption, service members must submit a Non-Resident, Active Duty Military Governmental Services Tax Exemption Affidavit or “VP 203,” along with a Leave and Earnings Statement dated within the previous 30 days. If only the spouses name appears on the vehicle registration, a Non-Resident Military

Spouse Governmental Services Tax Exemption Affidavit or “VP 203S,” must be submitted instead. Both the VP 203 and VP203S forms can be found at the Nellis Legal office or on the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicle website. Members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and other foreign forces are not eligible for this exemption and must pay the full registration fees. Due to a spike in deployment requirements a number of service members have been paying late fees due to a registration that expires while the member is gone.

However, these penalty fees are no longer applicable to certain service members. In 2011, the Nevada State Legislature passed a measure to waive registration late fees for active duty military members assigned to combat or combat support positions. Airmen are encouraged to see the legal office for eligibility upon return from deployment status. For more information on vehicle registration in Nevada, visit the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicle website at www.dmvnv.com or call the Nellis Legal Office at 702-652-5407.


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Nellis, Creech to undergo Air Force vehicle validation visit By Master Sgt. Rene Valdez and Mr. Kelly Keebler 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — In these days of severe budget limitations there are tough questions that are going to have to be answered in regards to government-owned vehicles. Are unit vehicles underutilized? Can units justify all their vehicles? In fact, these questions need to be answered next month by every unit on base. Air Force Vehicle Management Staffs will be on Nellis and Creech to conduct a Vehicle Validation Visit March 18-22. The VVV is a process to validate the vehicles we have in our fleet by reducing, increasing, moving or simply changing the size or type of vehicles a unit uses. Each unit will get the chance to sit down with the validation team and justify why they need to retain their vehicles or discuss possible changes.

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CSAF discusses impact of sequester By Karen Parrish American Forces Press Service

(AFPS) — America’s military superiority is founded on training and readiness, and the fiscal crisis facing the country threatens to strip away that edge, members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told Congress Feb. 26. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, along with Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert, Marine Corps Commandant Gen. James F. Amos and National Guard Bureau Chief Army Gen. Frank J. Grass, testified before the House Appropriations Committee’s defense subcommittee on fiscal challenges facing the Department of Defense. The chiefs discussed the effects of sequester -- $47 billion in across-the-board 2013 defense spending cuts that will take effect March 1 if Congress doesn’t act -- and the continuing resolution, which guides government spending in the absence of an approved budget. If sequestration occurs, “it will significantly undermine your Air Force’s readiness and responsiveness today,” Welsh said. “It will significantly impact our civilian workforce in the coming months. And its impact on modernization will clearly affect our future capability.”

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Welsh said two-thirds of Air Force combat units will curtail flying training starting in March. “They’ll drop below acceptable readiness levels, by our definitions, by mid-May,” he added. “Most will be completely non-mission-capable as a unit by July.” If a 2014 budget is in place by October, he said, it will take the Air Force six months to regain its present level of training. The chiefs asked for Congress’ help in giving them some spending flexibility if the continuing resolution re-

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EO promotes culture of unity in war-support location By Master Sgt. Christian Michael 379th Air Expeditionary Wing

SOUTHWEST ASIA — An Air Force staffed by different races, colors, genders, religions and national origins faces the challenge of building a culture of acceptance, inclusion and cohesion. In the deployed environment, that task becomes even more important, reminding all Airmen about the importance of equal opportunity. “Our mission is to ensure the environments which people work in are free from any form of discrimination or sexual harassment,” said Master Sgt. Sonya Ferguson, 379th Air Expeditionary Wing EO director. “Part of our job is to help people with those types of complaints.” To accomplish that mission, Ferguson does not use the same tools she would stateside, such as the unit climate assessment. Instead, she keeps track of the nature of EO complaints over time and performs site visits around the base and tenant units to speak with Airmen directly about issues they face. Complaints here are relatively low, Ferguson said, something she credits to leadership. “A lot of it is the wing leadership, they do help a lot,” Ferguson said. “As soon as I got here, they actually showed they did care about the program, because I’ve heard horror stories where some people said ‘Oh, our wing commander doesn’t help, won’t do anything for us. They think EO shouldn’t even be on the base.’ And it just blows my mind that some people think like that, but I get support here.” Ferguson praised Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark

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(AFNS) — The Defense Department is rolling out a program that will allow users of a range of mobile devices -- working anywhere from remote battlefields to the Pentagon to rapidly share classified and protected data across all components. More than 600,000 DOD employees, from soldiers on the front lines to Joint Staff planners, use government-issued mobile devices, mostly BlackBerry phones. Several thousand of the mobile devices in use in DOD are capable of handling classified data. The goal of the implementation plan announced today is to ensure that mobile devices throughout the department -- as well as their apps, email and other functions, and the wireless networks supporting them -- can operate securely in often hostile and remote environments and can adapt to ever-changing technology, even as the number of users expands. Teri Takai, DOD’s chief information officer, told American Forces Press Service and the Pentagon Channel that the challenge for the Defense Department has been to design a unified system capable of fully leveraging the potential of devices that often differ in capabilities and sophistication in a way that will allow users to communicate in a secure, wireless environment. “We will be able to not only use multiple commercial devices, but we will have a better process for bringing

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Pre-flight inspection A Royal Air Force Coningsby, No.11 Squadron crew chief removes a pitot cover during a pre-flight inspection on a Typhoon during Red Flag 13-3, Feb. 25 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The RAF Typhoon aircraft is participating in Red Flag for the first time.

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Inspecting a Tornado FR4 A Royal Air Force 12th Bomber Squadron crew chief performs preflight inspections on a Tornado GR4 during Red Flag 13-3 Feb. 25 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Red Flag is one of a series of advanced training programs administered by the United States Air Force Warfare Center.

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Nellis veterinary clinic does more than you think By Airman 1st Class Timothy Young 99th Air Base Wing Public Affairs

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — Pets aren’t just animals but an extension of the family to most people. Whenever a family member gets sick, the rest make sure that member is taken care of by offering the best medical care possible. Why would our pets be any different? Few service members and their families know that Nellis has its own veterinary clinic that is able to provide the care needed for their pet’s health concerns. Spaying, neutering and mass removal are just the tip of the surgical procedures the Nellis Veterinary Treatment Facility has available to its patients. According to Capt. (Dr.) Amanda Smith, Nellis Veterinary Treatment Facility Officer in Charge, the clinic treats an average of 30 pets for preventative treatments a day. Dr. Michael Simpson, Department of Army Civilian Veterinary Medical Officer, said they have the ability to provide all sorts of surgical services, but focus on preventive care in order to avoid any unnecessary procedures. Preventive care includes wellness checks, annual exams and sick appointments. Since Nellis’ clinic does not provide services for profit, it is routinely cheaper than those located off base. This gives customers a chance to focus on what is best for their pets and less on what’s affordable. “My favorite thing about working for this particular clinic is that since we are not a profit clinic, we are able to

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Cassidy McClain, Veterinary Tech, comforts Eliot Thompson, a Jack Russell Terrier mix, while Dr. Michael Simpson, Veterinary Medical Officer, administers a pre-anesthetic at the Nellis Veterinary Treatment Facility Feb. 20 at Nellis Air Force Base Nev. Eliot is receiving the pre-anesthetic to ease the transition of the anesthesia before being treated for a tooth infection.

provide a lot of services for a really low cost,” Smith said. “This clinic can help a lot of owners do what they need to do for their pets that they might not otherwise be able to afford.” Another service provided at the clinic is microchipping and pet registration. Dr. Simpson suggests having your pet microchipped not only because it’s inexpensive, but can save your pet’s life.

“I know from my experience at a shelter, that is too common that people’s pets are put to sleep simply because they can’t be reunited with their owners after being lost, a problem that can be fixed simply with an inexpensive microchip,” Simpson said. “It is simple and convenient to get your pet microchipped during your scheduled visit.” The clinic treats mostly dogs and cats but can sometimes support smaller mammals such as rabbits, hamsters and guinea pigs. They also provide yearly services to the horses located at the Nellis stables. Because of the treatment facility’s close interaction with military members it has a unique understanding of basic military procedures. This knowledge helps when preparing family pets for a Permanent Change of Station. “PCSing with a pet is a pretty complex procedure depending on where you’re going,” Smith said. “People bringing their pets here will have a huge benefit because we do all the medical preparations for the move.” The clinic focuses on the well-being of its customer’s pets and will do what’s needed to keep them active and healthy. “Preventing suffering and reducing problems is really the hallmark of what we do here,” Simpson said. With caring hands and professionalism the Nellis Veterinary Treatment Facility combines a variety of veterinary procedures and military understanding in order to provide the best service possible for its customers. The clinic requires appointments for any visit that is not an emergency. For more information contact the clinic at (702) 652-8836.


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Dental clinic gets modernized By Senior Airman Matthew Lancaster 99th Air Base Wing Public Affairs

U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Matthew Lancaster

David Soto, Daimler Construction Inc. dry wall finisher, tapes a plastic cover to the floor at the Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center Dental Clinic during the dental clinic renovation Feb. 26 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The cost of the renovation for phase one and two combined is $468,000.

N ELLIS A IR FORCE BASE , Nev. — The 99th Dental Clinic patient treatment rooms at the Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center will be undergoing renovation from Feb. 25 through Mar. 25, 2013. The renovation project will upgrade the clinic’s cabinets, supply carts, computer desks and provide a fresh coat of paint. There will be more space to store equipment so dentists and technicians have everything they need to take care of the patients. It will also be more sanitary and easier to clean. The total cost of the renovation project is $468,000. “We had to replace our cabinetry and drawers that were breaking down and beyond repair,” said Col. (Dr.) John Safar, 99th Dental Squadron residency director. “This was our window of opportunity to get new cabinets so we have a modern clinic for our residents and patients.” “If budget permits there may be a phase three for more upgrades,”

Safar said. We want to try to renovate the mini supply rooms and get new dental treatment chairs. I was a patient the other day and I can tell you that those chairs are old and not as comfortable as they could be.” The renovation will not affect operations at the clinic. Dentists and technicians will be split into two shifts to be able to accommodate all incoming patients. “Luckily we don’t have to shut down the clinic for a month. The split shifts will help make sure we have the same amount of appointments as normal,” Safar said. “We are going to try to see all the exams, so no one gets left behind. Obviously, if it’s very simple procedure then we may have to hold off and save the slot for more in depth procedures. Our first priorities are Class 3 patients who need immediate dental care, our deployment and flight exam members and molar oral surgeries.” “There are a lot of people involved with this project and it has been a huge planning effort,” Safar said. “I’m glad that we are going to get it done soon.” During the renovations the den-

tal clinic will extend hours of operations from 7 am to 7 pm, Monday-Friday. For more information contact the clinic at (702)-653-2600.

U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Matthew Lancaster

Patrick Parks, Daimler Construction Inc. president, stacks cabinets at the Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center Dental Clinic during the dental clinic renovation Feb. 26 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The renovation project will provide a fresh coat of paint and upgrade the clinic’s cabinets, supply carts and computer desks.

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NELLIS LIVING . . . HAPPENINGS . . . THINGS TO DO . . . Chapel (702) 652-2950 Catholic Services Mon-Thurs at 11:30 a.m. Sunday Mass at 9:45 a.m and 5 p.m. Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession Sundays from 4-4:30 p.m.

Protestant Services Gospel Service Sunday at 8 a.m. Praise Service Sunday at 11:15 a.m.

Sunday School Non-denominational Religious Education classes for ages 3-adult. Meet in the Annex from September-May, 9:30 a.m.-10:45 a.m.

Children’s Church Sundays during worship for ages 18 months-Pre K in the Annex and Kindergarten-5th Grade meet in the Chapel basement. Dental Clinic Renovation: The 99th Dental Squadron Dental Clinic at the Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital will be undergoing a treatment room renovation project through -March 25, 2013. In order to maintain base dental readiness, the dental clinic will extend clinic hours of operation to Monday thru Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m. during this renovation period. Las Vegas Hospitality Association Nellis AFB Spouse’s Scholarship: Applicant must be the spouse of a Nellis AFB military member, grade E-5 and below and plan to enroll in at least six credits per 16 weeks, at an accredited college, university or trade school. Including online programs through Nellis AFB Schools/Education Office. A 3.0 GPA is a minimum requirement. Up to six scholarships in the amount of $500 each will be offered. Verification of enrollment and class schedule are required. Scholarship funds must be applied toward tuition only. If a student drops out of school the pro-rated tuition refund is to be returned to The Public Education Foundation and deposited in the LVHA scholarship fund. These funds are for tuition only. Include a copy of the most recent end of month LES of active duty military member. Also, a 400-500 word essay. “How will this scholarship assist you with your post-secondary education?” (FIRST TIME APPLICANTS ONLY).The website to apply is thepef.academicworks. com Must fill out the general application and submit the required documents. 57th MXS Munitions Flight Quarterly Closed Warehouse Inventory: In accor-

dance with Air Force Instruction 21-201, Conventional Munitions Maintenance Management, Paragraph 7.11, the Munitions Storage Area will be closed for a wall-to-wall inventory from March 4 to 11. All issue requests must be submitted no later than close of business Feb. 28. Munitions must be picked up and/or turned in no later than close of business March 20. Emergency issue requests must be approved, in writing, by the group commander or equivalent. Scheduling errors that result in issue requests for daily use and training munitions are not considered an emergency situation. Contact Master Sgt. Flores, Master Sgt. Gressick, Master Sgt. Yoder or Tech. Sgt. Bruce at Munitions Accountability, DSN 682-1076 or 682-1525.

AFB tax center hours of operation are: Fridays 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. From 8 a.m.- 9 a.m., the tax center will accept walk-ins for Short Forms 1040EZ (basic return) and 1040A (basic return plus Forms 2441, 8863, and 8880 and Schedules B, M and R) tax returns only. Long Form 1040 tax returns which require schedules and forms will be completed by appointment only. To make an appointment for tax assistance, call the tax center appointment line at (702)652-2645 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday-Thursday.

Gate Closure: The Landings gate will be closed until March 16 for construction of force protection improvements at the gate. The Manch Manor gate will be open during the construction period.

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Deployed Spouses supporting Deployed Spouses: Stay strong during deployments and meet with other deployed spouses. Share ideas, learn coping skills, socialize and more. Meetings are held at the Airman and Family Readiness Center from 11 a.m. to noon the first and third Monday of each month. For more information call (702) 652-3327. Gate Changes: The Range Road gate will no longer conduct commercial vehicle searches or issue base passes. All commercial traffic will be rerouted to the Area II commercial gate for inspection and all visitors will be processed at the Main Gate Visitor Center 24/7. In addition the Hollywood and VA gates will close until further notice. Traffic that would normally use the Holly wood gate can use the Tyndall, Main, or Area II gates, while traffic for the Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center should use the Range Road gate. Any questions can be addressed to the 99th Security Forces Squadron Base Defense Operations Center at (702) 652-2311. Base Ta x Center: Nel lis a nd Creech Tax Centers provide free tax advice, tax preparation and tax assistance to include electronic filing to active duty, reservists on orders, retirees and military family members possessing a valid United States Uniformed Services Identification Card. The tax center at Nellis AFB is located in the Nellis Community Center, Building 625, Suite 320. The tax center at Creech AFB tax center is located in USAF Building 81 on Third Street. Nellis AFB tax center hours of operation are: Mondays and Tuesdays 8 a.m. - 6:30 a.m., Wednesdays and Thursdays 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Creech

Force Support Events Every Monday: Breakfast at The Club 7 a.m. Ready Set Grow at the Youth Center 10 a.m. Breakfast at The Club 7 a.m. Every Wednesday: Breakfast at The Club 7 a.m. Storytime at the Library 10:30 a.m. Grill Your Own Steak at The Club 5 p.m. Every Thursday: Breakfast at The Club 7 a.m. Cook Your Own Steak at Time Out Sports Lounge 5 p.m. Every Friday: Breakfast at The Club 7 a.m. Social Hour at The Club and Time Out 4 p.m. March 5 & 6 - STOMP: Specialized Training of Military Parents will provide parents with individual assistance and information about parents’ rights and responsibilities in achieving special education services for their children, plus much more. Training is from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. Call the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 652-3327 to register. Resume Tips and Job Search class: Resume Tips and Job Search class at the Airman & Family Readiness Center from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Get the latest trends on resume styles; learn interviewing techniques and

how to network. Call 652-3327 to register. March 6: Deployed and Remote Family Dinner at Crosswinds Dining Facility. Free Deployed & Remote Family Dinner at Crosswinds Dining Facility from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Meet and socialize with other deployed and remote families and get a night off from cooking! Call the Airman & Family Readiness Center at 652-3327 to register. March 9: Irish 4 Ball Golf Tournament. Irish 4 Ball golf tournament at Sunrise Vista Golf Course. Four player teams, starts at 8 a.m. Call 652-4497 for more details. March 9: Deployment Seminar. Learn to build coping strengths and provide emotional support to one another during the deployment cycle at the Deployment Seminar held at the Airman & Family Readiness Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Children will be able to make memory boxes. Lunch will be served! Call 652-3327 to register. March 15: Shamrock 5k Run. Show off your fitness at the monthly 5k run. Run will start at the Warrior Fitness Center at 7 a.m. Prizes will be given. Volunteers are also needed for set-up, tear down, road guards, and water. Volunteer showtime is 6 a.m., please contact the Warrior Fitness center for details. March 19: Resume Tips and Job Search class. Resume Tips and Job Search class at the Airman & Family Readiness Center from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Get the latest trends on resume styles; learn interviewing techniques and how to network. Call 652-3327 to register. March 27: Job Fair. Job Fair at Outdoor Recreation!! Representatives from local and out-of-state agencies will be here from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. to speak about employment opportunities with their companies. Come prepared: Bring resumes, portfolios, and necessary papers to complete an application. Call the Airman & Family Readiness Center at 652-3327 for more information. Registration not required.


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Hourly wage 11.99 plus $3.71 hourly Health and Welfare Benefit Monday – Friday 4:00 pm – 1:30 am Under the supervision of the Dining Room Operations Manager, the Pots & Pans Sanitation Worker is responsible for all sanitation duties related to the operations of Dining Facilities.  Duties will include operating dishwashers, cleaning pot/pans in scullery, before during and after meals.  Dining Hall and kitchen cleaning, cleaning of docks and grounds.  Experience: One (1) year food service industry work experience. 

Fax resume to 702-259-1044 or E-mail resume to recruitment@opportunityvillage.org


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PLUMBER AND PIPEFITTER APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITY The Pipe Trades JATC sponsored by the UA Local #525 Plumbers/Pipefitters and the Mechanical Contractors Association Inc. will accept applications for the Plumbers and Pipefitters Apprenticeship beginning April 1st, 2013. Applications are accepted Monday through Thursday afternoons from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM only. NOT ON FRIDAYS. Applications must be filled out and submitted in person at the Pipe Trades Training Center located at 750 Legion Way. The deadline to submit an application is May 15th, 2013. Please note: Applications must be complete with all the required documents at the time of submittal. Apprentice starting wage is currently $17.36 per hour plus benefits and Journeyman wage is $38.57 per hour plus benefits. The recruitment selection, employment, and training of apprentices during their apprenticeship shall be without discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex. The sponsor will take affirmative action to provide equal opportunity in apprenticeship and operate the Apprenticeship Program as required under Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 30, and the State of Nevada Apprenticeship Council’s State Plan for Equal Employment Opportunity in Apprenticeship.

APPLICANT’S MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: (NO EXCEPTIONS) 1. Minimum age- 18 years. No maximum age limit. 2. Must possess the natural aptitudes essential to acquiring the skills of the trade. 3. Must be physically able to perform all work of the trade. 4. Must be legally residing in the United States, genuinely interested in learning the trade, and willing to comply with all terms and conditions of the Apprenticeship Standards, Rules, and Regulations. 5. Possess a High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate 6. Provide copies of the following documents at the time of application: NO EXCEPTIONS a. Birth Certificate b. High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate c. Legible High School Transcripts (even if High School not completed) or G.E.D. Transcripts d Transcripts of Trade School, College, etc. e. Photo ID- (A valid Driver’s license will be required if you are indentured into the program) f. Social Security Card g. Military DD-214 Release Papers and Military Transcripts (If Applicable) 7. Take a Basic Math Exam administered by the Committee on the day assigned. *Please note: In order to be able to test, you must have submitted the application and all the required documents. 8. Appear before the J.A.T.C. Committee for an oral interview. 9. All Applicants selected are subject to a Substance Abuse Test prior to being indentured into the 2013 Plumbers and Pipefitters Apprenticeship Program.

Contact the Pipe Trades Training Center, 750 Leigon Way, Las Vegas, NV 89110 by phone at 702-459-3473


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15

$

00 Smog Check

14 OF THE 10 OIL CHANGE HOME $

Up to 5 qts. Plus tax and disposal fee, canister filters extra, most cars and light trucks Exp 12/31/12

$

95

Includes Certificate

30/60/90K Service

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Deluxe 5/30 Synthetic Blend Oil & Filter Change

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Up to 5 qts. Plus tax and disposal fee, canister filters extra, most cars and light trucks Exp 12/31/12

49

95

In Jim We Trust

Premium Full Synthetic Oil & Filter Change

Complete Auto Repair & Maintenance

Lamb

per axle

Brake Inspection

OFF ANY SERVICE OR REPAIR OF $100 OR MORE.

WE ACCEPT ALL COMPETITORS COUPONS!

Large SUV’s, press-on rotors extra. CHECK Cheyenne

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$15

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SMOG CHECK

Exhaust Exhaust & & Alignment Alignment Center Center

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$

Includes pads /shoes,

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95

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Complete Auto Repair & Maintenance

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129

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Craig

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Lamb

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WE ACCEPT ALL COMPETITORS COUPONS!

Jones

Durango

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Cheyenne

PREMIUM WE ACCEPT ALL COMPETITORS COUPONS! Includes pads /shoes, per axle

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14

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1996 & NEWER

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49 ALIGNMENT 4 WHEEL $

Brake Inspection

95

CONVENTIONAL OIL CHANGE

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6995

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Craig

Durango

CATALYTIC CONVERTERS

9995

STARTING AT $

Jones

INCLUDES: IS UP FOR THE TRIP. Ann Cheyenne Lamb W NO N•! Oil Change 10/30 up to 5 qts OPE • Air Filter STOP IN FOR A • Fuel Injection Cleaning WE ACCEPT ALL COMPETITORS COUPONS! WE ACCEPT ALL COMPETITORS COUPONS! • Check and set Air Pressure Hours: Mon-Fri. 8am-6pm, Sat. 8am-4pm. Must present coupons at time of write up. Coupons cannot be combined with any other offers. • Tire Rotation - Most Cars

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Bullseye - March 1, 2013