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19th AF holds July 30 change of command
July 18, 2008
Brig. Gen. Gregory A Feest will take command of 19th Air Force from Maj. Gen. Irving L. Halter Jr. at a ceremony July 30 at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas.

PHA process to focus on individuals instead of groups
July 17, 2008
First Lt. Roy Blount, 12th Medical Operations Squadron, speaks with Airmen during their annual physical health assessment in a 12th Medical Group briefing room July 16. A change to the PHA process Aug. 1 will allow people undergoing the exam to spend one-on-one time with health practitioners instead of the current process that puts people in groups. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rich McFadden)

Bats unable to overshadow dormitory improvements
July 15, 2008
With up-to-date renovations to the Airmen dormitories, residents can now enjoy leisurely activities like video games, high-definition television and movies and wireless internet in their dayroom.

560th FTS changes hands
July 15, 2008
Lt. Col. Kenneth Frollini assumed command of the 560th Flying Training Squadron during a ceremony at Hangar 4 July 11. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rich McFadden)

Deck, bar improvements come to base enlisted club
July 15, 2008

Base officials outline off-limits locations
July 14, 2008

37th Operations Support Squadron have their eyes on the skies
July 11, 2008
Airman 1st Class Brandon Lee, left, and Staff Sgt. Robert Butler, 37th Operations Support Squadron, monitor the Kelly Field Annex. (USAF photo by Alan Boedeker)

Plenty of child care options for Team Lackland
July 11, 2008

PECI program provides productivity
July 11, 2008

Commander assesses first 6 months
July 11, 2008

4th of July fun
July 11, 2008
Jazmyn and Talayeh Reese, daughters of Staff Sgt. Jarvis Reese, 59th Medical Wing, enjoy their first-ever carnival ride July 4. The festival featured a carnival and "kidzone" tent filled with fun for children of all ages. (USAF photo by Alan Boedeker)

Iowa next destination for Randolph, AF cyclists
July 10, 2008
Col. James Sturch, chief of the programs division for AETC, and Rob Thomas II, former Air Force Personnel Center executive director, will join ten other riders from military institutions around San Antonio in a bike ride across the state of Iowa that begins July 19. The event, officially called the Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, or RAGBRAI, will last seven days and riders will travel around 70 miles a day.

ALS Class 08-5 announces award winners, grads
July 8, 2008

AFPC on target to complete AEF merger
July 8, 2008
Gregory Campbell, a network data communication analyst at the Air Force Personnel Center on Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, verifies cable ports for the new operation center?s network switch recently. The switch's components feed down from a secure server and will give AEF workers secure lines once the operation center is fully operational. Since November 2007, more than 12,000 feet of combined fiber optic and copper cables have been placed in the new center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Richard Salomon)

Thanking a hero
July 8, 2008
Tech. Sgt. Israel Del Toro, a tactical air control party member, poses with Leslie and  Gen. Stephen Lorenz, Commander of Air Education and Training Command, after the AETC change of commander ceremony July 3. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rich McFadden)

Flying Training Operations Center stands up July 17
July 8, 2008

Air conditioning spikes energy costs at Randolph
July 8, 2008
Anthony Martinez, a civil engineer with the Randolph Air Force Base energy office, reviews chilled water processor locations scattered around the base July 2. Several water processors chill air conditioning units for buildings around base. Due to rising energy costs across the country, base officials are reevaluating the energy usage at Randolph to find ways to cut back. (Photo by Tom Warner)

Chief Moreau offers advice to enlisted
July 3, 2008