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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage
October 17, 2008
Nelly Medina, a performer from Ballet Folklorico Del Cielo, dances during the Hispanic Luncheon Oct. 1 at the Gateway Club. Lackland celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 15 - Oct. 15, celebrating the culture of those whose ancestry traces back to Spanish-speaking countries. (USAF photo by Alan Boedeker)

Randolph comforted by Homecoming celebration
October 15, 2008

Rambler 120 kicks off Saturday at Canyon Lake
October 14, 2008

Randolph PTO to host ‘Carnival’ Oct. 21
October 14, 2008

Clinic gets overhaul
October 14, 2008
Leroy Guerrero, a contractor, drills beams Oct. 14 as part of a 12th Medical Group renovation project. (U.S. Air Force photo by Don Lindsey)

Heritage luncheon wraps up celebration of Hispanic contributions
October 13, 2008
Members of the 12th Flying Training Wing listen to Hispanic music during the 2008 Hispanic Heritage Luncheon Oct. 9 at the enlisted club. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve White)

Wing on track to make Combined Federal Campaign goal
October 13, 2008

Airmen get creative with method to measure fitness, muscle mass
October 10, 2008

ICE feedback gives customers voice
October 9, 2008

Blue Angels to headline AirFest
October 9, 2008

319th TRS remembers fallen Airman
October 9, 2008
9/29/2008 - A memorial to Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Jacobson in Bldg. 9310 serves as a reminder of her sacrifice. Airman Jacobson was the first female Airman killed in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. The building was dedicated to her in 2006. (USAF photo by Alan Boedeker)

Deployment Processing Center prepares Airmen for GWOT
October 9, 2008
Basic Combat Convoy Course graduates walk to board an aircraft at Kelly Field Annex. Approximately 150 BC3 graduates deployed Monday in support of the Global War on Terrorism. BC3 trains Air Force transportation Airmen in the basic combat skills required to integrate with Joint Forces in hostile convoy operations. The 37th Training Wing runs the mentally and physically challenging course at Camp Bullis. The Airmen receive approximately 300 hours of rigorous training in 30 days to prepare them for security escort and line haul missions with coalition convoys supporting the GWOT. (USAF photo by Alan Boedeker)

Team Lackland takes a night off against crime
October 9, 2008
10/7/2008 - Bak latches onto Senior Airman Chad O'Neil, 37th Security Forces Squadron, during a military working dog demonstration. The demonstration was part of Lackland's National Night Out Against Crime Oct. 7 at Lions Park. The National Night Out campaign involves citizens, law enforcement agencies, civic groups, businesses, neighborhood organizations and local officials from communities and military bases worldwide. (USAF photo by Alan Boedeker)

Friends of the library
October 8, 2008
37th Services Division Chief Jerry Stanfill, right, and staff at the Lackland Library accept a $1500 gift card from the Friends of the Lackland Library and Officer's Wives Club and Security Service Federal Credit Union Sept. 29. The donation will help purchase materials such as bestsellers, DVDs and graphic novels for library customers. (USAF photo)

Randolph football team uses idle week to prepare, rest
October 8, 2008

Randolph showcases talent
October 7, 2008
Robbie Elefante won the Preteen 9-12 Solo Act division and was named ?Best in Show.? Awarding the top prize to Robbie were (from left) Angela Davis, Youth Programs staff; Delia Castillo-Ramos, Youth Programs project officer; Karen Rudolph, Family Member Programs flight chief. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rich McFadden)

Vaccinations coming as flu season approaches
October 6, 2008
Senior Airman Christela Turner, 12th Medical Operations Squadron, innoculates Col. Alan Lake, 12th Mission Support Group commander, with the "flu shot" in preparation for the upcoming influenza and cold season. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rich McFadden)

Volunteers needed for Rambler 120 success
October 6, 2008