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  • Air Force kicks off NASCAR season at Daytona

    The Air Force begins its seventh year of sponsorship in the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series when the No. 21 car begins the 2007 season Feb. 10 at the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway, Fla. The Air Force No. 21 car, owned by Wood Brothers Racing/JTG Organization, features a new paint scheme this season as well as a new driver, Jon Wood.
  • AFRS salutes its recent promotees

    Air Force Recruiting Service congratulates the following Airmen who pin on their new rank in February. Major Milton O. Johnson Jr., 344th Recruiting Squadron Risa Riepma, 341st RCS Captain Jason Kunik, 317th RCS 1st Lieutenant Michael Steward, 369th Recruiting GroupChief Master Sergeant Kevin Howard, 339th RCS Master Sergeant David Campbell, 341st
  • Air Force announces top recruiters for 2006

    Twelve Air Force recruiters garnered top honors in their field for fiscal year 2006 as winners of Operation Blue Suit XXVIII, Air Force Recruiting Service officials announced today. The winners include Master Sgt. Richard Cuddeford, 343rd Recruiting Squadron at Offutt AFB, Neb.; Tech. Sgt. Darren Briggs, 341st RCS at Lackland AFB, Texas; Tech Sgt.
  • New recruit honored for act of bravery, compassion

    As Jacqueline Watkins prepares for service to her nation, Air Force Recruiting Service honors the Delayed Entry Program member for her service to her fellow man. Lieutenant Colonel Cameron Gilbert, 331st Recruiting Squadron commander, presented Ms. Watkins, 23, the Air Force Recruiter's Salute award during a DEP Commander's Call Jan. 18, for her
  • Air Force Week locations selected for 2007

    Air Force officials announced Dec. 5 the six locations to host "Air Force Week" in 2007. They are Phoenix from March 19 to 25; Sacramento from June 4 to 10; St. Louis from July 2 to 8; New England from Aug.18 to 26; Honolulu from Sept. 10 to 16; and Atlanta from Oct. 8 to 14. The inaugural Air Force Week took place in St. Louis in August. The
  • AFRS lauds its 2006 Annual Award winners

    It's been another hot recruiting year for the Air Force thanks to Recruiting Service's dedicated producers and support personnel. Members and units were recognized for outstanding dedication to duty during the annual award banquets that took place in autumn. "This year's top awards and honors went to extraordinary individuals ... professionals who
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  • Top recruiters get instant promotions through STEP

    Air Force Recruiting Service honored two of its top recruiters recently by awarding them promotions through the Stripes for Exceptional Performers program. Master Sgt. Amy Cost, 330th Recruiting Squadron in Indianapolis, Ind., and Tech. Sgt. William Daniels, 311th RCS in New Cumberland, Pa., both received STEP promotions from Brig. Gen. Suzanne