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NEWS | April 25, 2008

Wingspread, Web site e-mail address changes

By 12th Flying Training Wing Public Affairs

The Wingspread and Web site e-mail addresses customers have come to know and love have combined into a new address:  

In accordance with the Air Force Smart Operations 21 initiative, the 12th Flying Training Wing Public Affairs office has begun streamlining the Wingspread and public Web site submission procedure. 

The change is designed to ensure the staff has a common operation picture when it comes to requests for support, be it a Wingspread article or Web site post. 

In addition to ensuring submitted information is gathered, sorted and organized appropriately, the new address is easier to remember. 

"If you're looking to post information on our Web site or in the newspaper, it's much more convenient for customers to remember one e-mail address," said Airman 1st Class Katie Hickerson, Wingspread editor. 

Although customers will still be able to send e-mail to, their correspondence will be auto-forwarded to the new address. 

"Eventually, that e-mail address will disappear, leaving customers scratching their heads if they don't update their address books," said Airman Hickerson. 

Several changes to the Web site have made it more streamlined and user-friendly than ever. As an additional commander's tool, the Web site will soon feature exclusive content, "hot" topic information links, in-depth information on important command topics and interesting information about Randolph Air Force Base. 

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