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  • More documentation needed for CAC, other cards

    A new Department of Defense mandate requires two forms of identification to be presented before common access cards and other types of identification cards can be issued.Effective Sept. 25, 2008, computer software will block creation of new cards until two forms of acceptable identification are scanned into its system (the 931st Air Refueling
  • Airmen graduate Group's first NCOLDP

    In one day, Staff Sgt. Moni Ringer tried to calm a mutiny among her Airmen, lost her vision to a poisonous gas and then was blown-up crossing a mine field.It was all part of simulated training during the first Noncommissioned Officer Leadership Development Program course taught at the 931st Air Refueling Group. Sergeant Ringer and 20 other 931st
  • Many volunteer opportunities still available for picnic

    The committee in charge of planning this year's Family Day Picnic for the 931st Air Refueling Group is still looking for many volunteers to help with the following activities:Bounce House and Obstacle Course (inflatables)Ring Toss Horse Shoes Red Light Basketball Toss Plinko Color Wheel Shockwave Potty Toss Tic Tac Toe Say AHHH Ducky Game Bean Bag
  • Motorcycle crash survivor retires

    Master Sgt. Shelby Gobel was six days short of retirement when his motorcycle collided with a deer two years ago.He beat the 50-50 odds doctors gave him to survive but was told later that the crash had claimed his hope to retire from the Air Force Reserve. Airmen at his unit, the 931st Civil Engineer Squadron, decided that was unacceptable."We at
  • Newcomers welcomed during August UTA

    The following Airmen joined the 931st Air Refueling Group during the August Unit Training Assembly: Maj. Celso SalinasAerospace Medicine FlightCapt. Kelvin TuckettHeadquarters StaffMaster Sgt. Cynthia SchlitzCivil Engineer Squadron Staff Sgt. Brandon BlodgettCivil Engineer Squadron Staff Sgt. Joel JanssenAircraft Maintenance SquadronStaff Sgt.
  • Motorcycle crash survivor to retire during August UTA

    Master Sgt. Shelby Gobel was six days short of retirement requirements when his motorcycle crashed into a deer just over two years ago.  He barely survived, but the crash claimed his hope for serving at least five more years with the 931st Air Refueling Group's Civil Engineer Squadron.  After a lot of patience and help from his fellow CES Airmen,
  • Spirit Spotlight: Staff Sgt. Monica Conforti

    Staff Sgt. Monica Conforti is an El Paso, Texas, native who has been in the Air Force 10 years. Air Force Job: Aviation Resource Manager for the 18th Air Refueling Squadron Civilian Job: Hoping for a marketing job in Enid, Okla. Education: Bachelor's Degree in Communication Favorite way to relax: Reading What annoys me: When people don't do what
  • Spirit Spotlight: Airman 1st Class Elliott Snow

    Airman 1st Class Elliott Snow is a Derby, Kan., native who has been in the Air Force four months. Air Force Job: Information Manager for the 931st Aerospace Medicine Flight Civilian Employer: Jabara's Carpet Outlet in Wichita, Kan. Favorite way to relax: Play video games Favorite movie: Talladega Nights Most influential person in my life: My dad.