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									Vol. 33 No. 19       FRIDAY, MAY 19, 2006

                                                        Down and dirty
                                                      48th SFS celebrate National Police Week

   PLUS: USAFE Youth of the Year             Keflavik reassignments   CMSAF Letter to Airmen
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                    JET 48 Vol. 33 No. 19
                   Friday, May 19, 2006

           “Anywhere, Anytime ...
           Whatever needs done.”
                                                                                    48th Security Forces Squadron
           Brig. Gen. Robert P. Steel                                               members observe a Defender
              48th Fighter Wing commander                                           Challenge team in action at the
            Capt. Beth Kelley Horine                                                Lakenheath     High    School
                        Public affairs chief                                        football field Tuesday. The
          Tech. Sgt. Renee Kirkland                                                 event was part of National
                      Public affairs NCOIC                                          Police Week.
                                                                                                                                                                Photo by Tech. Sgt. Sabrina Johnson
     Senior Airman Vanessa Young
                   Internal information chief
                                                                                      COMMANDERS’ FORUM
                       JET 48 STAFF                                                       4   Chairman thanks spouses, 48th/CC Guardians of freedom, integrity
     Airman 1st Class Michael Hess
                                   Editor                                                 7   CMSAF: Are you ready?

          Senior Airman Eric Donner                                                   LOCAL NEWS
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                    Samantha Lamont
                                                                                         8 Class 06-E graduates ALS
                      Caitlin Tyree                                                     11 Personnel teams help ease Keflavik transition
                             Jet 48 interns
                HOW TO REACH US                                                        13 48th LRS returns from joint deployment experience
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                                                                                    ON THE COVER: National Police Week.
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MAY 19, 2006                                                                                                                                                       JET 48 MAGAZINE       PAGE 3

 By Gen. Peter Pace                                         ue to serve this nation with honor and distinction.
 Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff                         In a month honoring the military, it is only fitting
                                                            that on the 12th of May we specifically recognize
                                                            military spouses — our silent heroes. They serve
     This month we honor the extraordinary contribu-        beside those in uniform, selflessly relocating our
 tions of the men and women who serve our country           homes and assuming new responsibilities at each
 in the armed forces. I am proud to serve alongside         assignment. They understand long hours, exercises
 2.4 million Americans in the active, Guard and             and deployments and give us strength to drive on
 Reserve force who have chosen to take the oath to          when duty calls.
 defend our Constitution. Whether deployed in Iraq or          On behalf of the Joint Chiefs, I join all Americans
 Afghanistan, or supporting humanitarian operations         and extend a sincere thanks to the men and women of                  Gen. Peter Pace, USMC
 at home or abroad, today’s military personnel contin-      our armed forces and their families.                                 Chairman Joint Chiefs of

Guardians of freedom, integrity
By Brig. Gen. Robert P. Steel                                                  degrading the work environment, whether through favoritism or
48th Fighter Wing Commander                                                    even just the appearance of it. We must take action, even if it is
                                                                               done simply to derail a faulty perception. We need to have the
                                                                               courage to make those “knock it off ” calls as soon as we realize one
    It is no secret, as Airmen we are held to a higher standard. Our           of our leaders, enlisted or officer, has lost their way and has become
responsibility as guardians of freedom and stewards of America’s               too friendly with their subordinates. Only then can we sustain good
Air Force demands we conduct ourselves in a fashion that demon-                order and discipline and unit morale.
strates the highest level of integrity.                                           In addition, our AF mentors and instructors taught us the impor-
    Between deploying across the world, working with multi-million             tance of a keen sense of judgment and maturity. Newly-pinned staff
dollar equipment and leading America’s sons and daughters, it is               sergeants must understand and embrace the change in relationships
vital we measure ourselves by a different set of rules than others.            they experience as they may be supervising troops who were once
    However, even with our mastery of deploying people and equip-              their peers. The same holds true for when a company grade officer
ment and our smart ways of carrying out the mission – there is still           becomes a field grade officer.
more. This higher level of integrity required to accomplish our mis-              Our training instructors highlighted a vital point: interactions
sion also dictates that we maintain professional relationships.                between leaders and their troops influence morale, discipline, respect
    Maintaining professional relationships is as important as carrying         for authority and ultimately unit performance. Unprofessional relation-
out our tactical deployments and smart operations. It gets at the heart of     ships lead to favoritism and misuse of authority. Even the perception of
everything we do as Airmen. From day one, as we learned how to wear            favoritism can harm the morale of the unit. Consequently, those who
the uniform, we were also taught how to understand the importance of           participate in these relationships are subject to counseling, reassign-
the chain of command, the rank structure and how it relates to us. We          ment, demotion and possibly even court-martial.
learned about clearly defined boundaries to help us avoid the pitfalls              As we perform our mission, some of us may lose track of these
associated with fraternization and unprofessional enlisted relationships.      fundamental concepts. I urge everyone to refocus on the basic les-
While there are some straightforward rules governing unprofessional            sons of professionalism and relationship integrity that we all learned
relationships, often these will involve using good judgment and avoid-         in our basic training.
ing even the appearance of favoritism. When we see such situations                In doing so, you will help maintain credibility within our chain
develop, we need to reaffirm our commitment to integrity and loyalty           of command, which will in-turn, lead to continued successful opera-
to the Air Force.                                                              tions. America is confident that you can uphold this high standard
    We need to be strong wingmen when we see a relationship                    of integrity, and so am I.

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                                          Are you ready?
               As Airmen, we raised our right hand and solemnly swore       ready to continue their legacy.
           to support and defend the Constitution of the United States           Our first Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Paul
           against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Our enemies           Airey, joined the Army Air Corps at the age of 17 to serve
           emerged from the shadows on 9-11 and today, in the Global        our nation during a hellacious time of war, WWII. He left
           War on Terror, we are taking the fight directly to them. Our     U.S. soil in March, 1944. Soon afterwards, on his 28th com-
           mission is clear – win this war.                                 bat bombing mission over Germany, his aircraft was shot
               We all have a role to play and we must continually evalu-    down; he was captured, and held as a prisoner of war until
           ate whether we are doing everything we can to support the        May, 1945. We owe it to Chief Airey and so many others who
           war and combat operations. If the call comes tomorrow for        endured years of separation and hardships to be ready.
           you to deploy to Baghdad, Kandahar, or wherever our Air               Senior Airmen Jason Cunningham, a pararescueman,
           Force needs you, are you ready to go? You must be. We are        answered the call to deploy to Afghanistan in 2002. He con-
           the nation’s warriors!                                           tinued answering that call even after being mortally wounded
                By now, many of you are familiar with frequent or           while on a rescue mission in support of Operation Anaconda.
           extended deployments. Thank you for your continued dedica-       Jason was credited with saving 10 fellow comrades before he
           tion and personal sacrifice. Many thanks to your family as       ultimately lost his life. We owe it to SrA Cunningham and his
           well, for enduring many sacrifices as they await your return.    family, who gave the ultimate sacrifice, to be ready.
           You are the Airmen this nation called for and depends on.             As the requirements for more six-month and one-year
           For those not ready to deploy at this moment, what deliberate    taskings and deployments continue to rise, more Airmen will
           action are you taking to be ready? For some, it may be time      be called upon to deploy, and, in many cases, perform duties
           to reevaluate why you are serving in our Air Force. You vol-     in different organizations and environments than they’ve
           unteered and swore an oath; our nation relies on your readi-     known before. These are different times; the War on Terror is
           ness and commitment.                                             a different kind of war; and, it requires Airmen to be adap-
                Combat operations call for a force with ingenuity and       tive, courageous, and ready to fight. What has not changed is
           courage … a force that is trained, equipped and ready to         the fact that we are fighting for fundamental freedoms.
           deploy at a moments notice. To achieve this you must main-            The American public; mothers, fathers, husbands, wives
           tain your duty and combat skills, health and fitness levels,     and most importantly, our children, are the beneficiaries of
           and take the necessary steps to prepare yourself and loved       our efforts. I ask you to never forget the people who are
           ones for the road ahead. Your family counts on your plans        counting on us—here at home and in the fledgling democra-
           and preparation for deployments and separation. Finances,        cies abroad. Also never forget those who came before us.
           housing, legal matters, child-care arrangements, and extend-     They answered our nation’s call to fight for freedom. Now
           ed family support needs must all be settled before the           we must carry that torch. We inherited an arduous responsi-
           deployments orders come down. These are basic responsibili-      bility, but one we must shoulder with courage and honor. In
           ties of being Expeditionary Airmen.                              time to come, others will reflect on our service. How will
                Thousands upon thousands of Airmen have served,             they judge our courage … our commitment ... our readiness?
           fought and sacrificed before us. We owe it to our forefathers         You have to be ready to fight today and tomorrow. Keep
           who shed their blood so we can enjoy the freedoms we cher-       your focus on the mission, live by our Core Values, and
           ish today. More than 2,400 of our comrades have given their      remember how blessed we are to live in and serve our great
           lives in this fight against terrorism. We owe it to them to be   nation.

MAY 19, 2006                                                                                                                  JET 48 MAGAZINE PAGE 7

           SFS blotter                               Mathies Airman Leadership School Class 06-E graduated students Apr. 28, during ceremonies at
                                                  Eagles’ Landing.
      The 48th Security Forces Squadron              Along with graduation certificates, six students earned individual honors.
   handled the following incidents from May            Senior Airman Ryan Carney, 48th Component Maintenance Squadron, Levitow Award.
   10 to Monday:                                       Staff Sgt. Chace Morris, 48th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Leadership Award and
                                                  Distinguished Graduate honors.
   Property loss, damage or theft                      Senior Airman Paula Barkhauer, 48th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Academic Achievement
       May 10: A family member reported
                                                  Award and Distinguished Graduate honors.
   several items stolen from an unsecured
   bag left in a cafeteria at Lakenheath             Other Distinguished Graduates were:
   High School.                                         Senior Airman Sharnta Bullard, 48th Medical Operations Squadron
       May 11: An NCO reported a moun-                  Senior Airman Christina Crow-Roberts, 48th Fighter Wing
   tain bike stolen from his residence on               Senior Airman Douglas Wolcott, 48th CMS
   base.                                             Other graduates of the class are:
       May 12: An Airman reported damage
   to government property at the Strike
   Eagle Complex.                                         48th Maintenance Group                            48th Equipment Maintenance Squadron
       May 12: A senior NCO reported her                 Senior Airman Ryan Maratita                              Senior Airman Shawn Bishop
   cell phone stolen from the Feltwell                   Senior Airman James Moore                                Senior Airman Adrian Castillo
   Community Center.                                                                                              Senior Airman Dawn McKain
       May 12: An Airman reported his resi-                       48th AMXS                                       Senior Airman Ashely Pollock
   dent door damaged in Anglo Housing.                       Staff Sgt. Colin Cory                              Senior Airman Alexander Schlegel
       Saturday: An NCO reported his                    Senior Airman Randall Broome
   motorcycle vandalized in base housing.                Senior Airman Steven Brown                                          48th LRS
                                                        Senior Airman Kimberly Salley                               Senior Airman Larry Kitchen
   Patrol response                                       Senior Airman Joshua Skelton                               Senior Airman Matthew Muir
      May 10: An Airman was involved in a
                                                         Senior Airman Zachary White
   minor vehicle when a passing car caused                                                                                   48th MDOS
   the victim to swerve and hit a utility                                                                            Senior Airman Joshua Brown
   pole.                                                48th Civil Engineer Squadron
      May 11: An NCO and Airman were                       Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Gates
                                                                                                                    48th Munitions Squadron
   involved in a minor vehicle accident at                Staff Sgt. Clyde McNeil II
                                                                                                                     Senior Airman John King
   the base post office.                                 Senior Airman Patrick Riele
                                                                                                                 Senior Airman Joseph Lamontagne
      May 11: An Airman was apprehended                                                                            Senior Airman Lovely Nerius
   for sponsoring two guests on base and                           48th CMS
   leaving them unattended.                              Senior Airman Melissa Aldrich                         48th Operations Support Squadron
      May 12: A family member was                          Senior Airman David Doze                               Senior Airman Karen Spurgeon
   detained for shoplifting at the base                  Senior Airman Andrea Mertins
   exchange.                                              Senior Airman Joanna Taylor                             48th Security Forces Squadron
      May 12: An Airman and spouse were                   Senior Airman Phillip Taylor                             Senior Airman Shaun Russell
   involved in a minor vehicle accident in
   the parking lot of the Base exchange.                   48th Dental Squadron                                      494th Fighter Squadron
      May 12: Patrols responded to a loud                Senior Airman Jessica Chang                              Senior Airman Shannon Cavasos
   noise complaint at Building 941.
      Saturday: An Airman was involved in
   a major vehicle accident on Wangford
      Saturday: Patrols responded to a fire
   alarm, which was a result of a burning
   candle and incense.
      Saturday: An Airman was apprehend-
   ed for Article 121: larceny, after shoplift-
   ing from the BX.
      Saturday: Patrols responded to a                                                                                     A weapons loading team
   burning bicycle at Building 917.                                                                                        led by Staff Sgt. Roderick
      Saturday: Patrols responded to a loud                                                                                Abad attach an AIM-7M
   noise complaint at Building 917.                                                                                        Sparrow missile into
      If you have any information concern-                                                                                 position on an F-15 Eagle
   ing any incident, call the security forces                                                                              during a weapon systems
   control center at 226-2333 or (01638) 522                                                                               evaluation at Tyndall Air
   333 or 226-4800 or your first sergeant.                                                                                 Force Base, Fla., on May
                                                                                                                           9. The AIM-7 missile is
   For an emergency on base call 911 and for
                                                                                                                           being phased out of the
   an emergency off base call 999.                                                                                         Air Force inventory.
                                                                                         Photo by Tech. Sgt. Ben Bloker

PAGE 8 JET 48 MAGAZINE                                                                                                                       MAY 19, 2006
 Personnel teams help ease Keflavik transition
By Capt. Beth Horine                                                            Korea in just two days.
                                                                                   “I was really impressed by the Airmen at Keflavik. Though they
48th Fighter wing Public Affairs
                                                                                are dealing with the stressors of a base closure, an unexpected PCS
                                                                                and unusually long duty hours, they all maintained their profession-
                                                                                alism and their morale was surprisingly high,” said Sergeant
   Base closures are never an easy thing to execute in the Air Force.           Perreira.
Transitioning an overseas installation back to its host nation is even             For the Airmen at NAS Keflavik, although still frustrated about
tougher, especially when the operational mission must continue                  the sudden moves and abrupt changes ahead, many appreciated the
even during the changes and upheaval it causes servicemembers and               one-on-one assistance provided by Air Force leadership.
their families. Try accomplishing both feats under a three-to-six                  “I think USAFE/A1 was very proactive and helpful in providing
month time limit.                                                               assistance for the enlisted assignments,” said Capt. Karla Taff, 85th
   At Naval Air Station Keflavik, Iceland, the Airmen assigned to               Group protocol officer. “Our troops may not have received the
the 85th Group are continuing to expertly execute the air defense               assignment they wanted, but the process was thoughtfully laid out
mission while preparing to transition to new bases and locations                … and reduced the majority of anxiety associated with the transi-
around the world.                                            courtesy graphic                          tion.”
   “The reassignment process for the entire group                                                             Brig. Gen. Robert P. Steel, the 48th
has been an amazing process to watch,” said Col.                                                             Fighter Wing commander and wing com-
Phillip Gibbons, 85th Group commander. “Our                                                                    mander for the 85th Group, is concerned
Airmen and their families are closing this base                                                               with the challenges the 85th Group
and moving their families, pets, household goods                                                            Airmen are facing and is doing everything
and vehicles in less than four months, an impos-                                                           possible to ease their transition, along with
sibly short time period for such an undertaking.                                                             USAFE leadership.
I appreciate their support in accomplishing this                                                                      “I understand some of the prepara-
while continuing to safely achieve our flying                                                                     tions to relocate have been taxing.
mission.”                                                                                                           Inactivating a group, while continu-
   To assist in the reassignments and per-                                                                         ing the mission, and taking care of
sonnel challenges Airmen are facing, U.S.                                                                         future careers and families undoubted-
Air Forces in Europe’s personnel directorate                                                                    ly presents some unique challenges,”
sent two teams of experts to Iceland.                                                                         General Steel said.
   The first team was led by the USAFE                                                                           “The process of moving and handling
Director of Manpower and Personnel, Col.
                                                                                                             items such as housing, vehicle shipping
Robert “Junior” Suminsby and his two experts,
                                                                                                        and schooling has naturally left our Keflavik
Chief Master Sgt. Brian Glasgow, chief of enlisted
                                                                                               Airmen with many questions and concerns. For these
assignments, and Master Sgt. Alex Pitsiaeli, superintendent of
enlisted assignments, to brief the troops and their spouses on how                   reasons, I sent some folks from our family support center to
the closure is going to work from an assignment perspective.                    Keflavik to help walk our troops through the relocation process,”
   “We felt it was extremely important for the Keflavik community               the general added.
to receive the most timely and accurate information possible con-                  Between the USAFE assignments team and the family support
cerning the base closure and unit move,” said Chief Glasgow.                    center team at RAF Lakenheath, Keflavik Airmen are beginning to
   The team provided eight target briefings during their first two-             feel more confident the AF is taking care of them and their families
day visit to Iceland. Colonel Suminsby opened each briefing to                  as they move from Iceland to a new base.
emphasize the USAFE assignments team’s dedication in making the                    Maj. Tiaa Henderson, 85th Group military personnel flight com-
transition as smooth as possible. At the end of each briefing, the              mander, attested to the USAFE/A1 team providing outstanding sup-
floor was opened for a question and answer session.                             port in what has been a stressful time for Keflavik Airmen. “The
   The second team traveled to Iceland five days later to begin the             team came out and provided eight targeted briefings in less than two
assignment process. The team included Sergeant Pitsiaeli, Tech. Sgt.            days to ensure that our Airmen knew how the assignment process
Kim Perreira, USAFE airman assignments, and Tech Sgt. Sean How,                 would work for them,” Major Henderson said. “They even ensured
AFPC Force Structure section to ensure unforeseen snags could be                every Airman received two assignment choices.”
handled on the spot.                                                               Although the coming months will bring many more operational
   Each member who received an assignment had a face-to-face                    and personal challenges for the Airmen at NAS Keflavik, they have
appointment with a member of the assignment team to allow imme-                 a support system to help at every step along the way.
diate resolution of any questions or concerns. The team provided                   “I wish to give my deepest thanks to the entire 48th Fighter Wing
more than 350 assignments, accepted more than 20 special duty                   team for supporting us and ensuring the success of this massive
applications, and processed more than 20 volunteer statements for               effort,” Colonel Gibbons added.

        For NAS Keflavik Airmen with relocation questions or in need               Military Personnel Flight 450-6278
    of transition assistance, the following agencies are ready and pre-            Navy College 450-6226
    pared to help:
                                                                                   RAF Lakenheath:
       NAS Keflavik:                                                               Airman and Family Readiness Center 226-3847
       Airman and Family Readiness Center 450-4401/7909                            Chaplain 226-3711
       Chaplain 450-4570                                                           Military Personnel Flight 226-4772

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                                                                                                 Top: Tech. Sgt. Michael Platz, NCO-in-charge of the
                                                                                                 mobility readiness spares section, discusses camp
                                                                                                 property accountability issues with Army Sergeant 1st
                                                                                                 Class Richard Everett, 90th PSB supply sergeant at Ali Al
                                                                                                 Salem Air Base, Kuwait recently. Bottom: Staff Sgt. Jorge
                                                                                                 Aguayo prepares to qualify on the Australian Styer, which
                                                                                                 is used by the Australian Army.

 48th LRS returns from joint deployment experience
   By 1st Lt Carlos Aguirre                                                         logistics support to the intra-theater Army and Navy teams by running the
   48th Logistics Readiness Squadron branch chief                                   Aerial Port of Debarkation and Embarkation.
                                                                                        The small group of RAF Lakenheath Airmen quickly learned flexibility
                                                                                    would be the key to success in this deployed location. A typical day included
      ALI AL SALEM AIR BASE, Kuwait — Four members of the 48th                      anything from aiding civil engineers digging ditches, setting up tents and
  Logistics Readiness Squadron are preparing to return home after a seven-          conducting armed escort sustainment operations, to aiding the services ele-
  month deployment as part of a Tailored Logistics Element, located at the          ment with morale, welfare and recreation activities for permanent party
  Army Life Support Area here.                                                      members. “It’s really been a collage of challenges, but all great opportunities
      Under the Third Army Command, the TLE operated as a miniature                 to make the mission happen,” said Tech. Sgt. Michael Platz, NCO-in-charge
  Expeditionary Mission Support Group, replacing the Army’s 206th                   of the mobility readiness spares section.
  Engineering Battalion in October 2005. The Air Force TLE, the second in               Camp commander, Lt. Col. Marydarlene Morgan said, “I had better peo-
  Kuwait, required a shift from normal Air Force ways in order to accomplish        ple than I would have ever asked for. We accomplished a great deal because
  the mission.                                                                      we had dedicated and professional people.”
      “We pretty much had to step out-                                                                                        Another unique opportunity the team
  side the box in preparing for this                                                                                      was offered included working and train-
  deployment,” said Master Sgt. Michael                                                                                   ing along side coalition members. The
  Tilley, 48th LRS storage and issue sec-                                                                                 Australian logistics forces within the life
  tion superintendent. “We trained                                                                                        support area, allowed the deployed mem-
  alongside the Army at Ft. Carson,                                                                                       bers to train on the Australian’s primary
  Colorado under the Joint Service                                                                                        weapon, the Styer. “It was a definite high-
  Training Oversight initiative for three                                                                                 light for me while here,” said Sergeant
  weeks, involving everything from day                                                                                    Tilley. “Their training is more fluid and
  and night time land navigation to three                                                                                 involves more mobility while actually fir-
  days of first response medical combat                                                                                   ing the weapon. The training we received
  life savers training exercises.”                                                                                        from the Aussies involved more move-
      Liberty TLE warriors also conduct-                                                                                  ment while engaging our targets. I actual-
  ed convoy security operations, heavy                                                                                    ly felt more confident with my weapon
  weapons training and Improvised Explosive Detection techniques. “It really        after training; it was a great experience.”
  was great training; it broadened our appreciation of what the other services          “This was my first deployment, and as the Air Force continues to serve
  are doing on the ground and ultimately focused our minds in preparation for       and provide support in positions traditionally held by other military services;
  our arrival in theater,” Sergeant Tilley said.                                    it has given me a whole new perspective and really has prepared me for the
      “Training at Fort Carson allowed us to form a unique team from various        challenges ahead with future joint service deployments,” said Staff Sgt. Jorge
  career fields throughout the world, added Staff Sgt. Anthony Ervin, a camp        Aguayo, Contractor Officer Representative Camp Arms Room
  vehicle dispatcher from 48th LRS. “We became a very tight knit unit ready             As the deployment draws to a close in Kuwait, the experiences LRS
  to get the job done.”                                                             Airmen collected will aid future logisticians deploying to fill joint service
      Without aircraft to directly support, the first mission priority of Liberty   roles. Sergeant Tilley reflects on his time in Kuwait: “I’ve been lucky to have
  Airmen deployed there was camp infrastructure improvement and learning            had a great team deploy with me from Lakenheath. I know we’ve made a
  the Army supply system. Their main missions at the life support area was to       positive impact…I hope we leave the Army, Navy and Marines with a lasting
  continue the build up of the three-month old camp and to continue to provide      impression of another way the Air Force can do their part.”

MAY 19, 2006                                                                                                                               JET 48 MAGAZINE PAGE 13

                                                                                                                                                                       Photo by Tech. Sgt. Sabrina Johnson

                                                                  National Police Week:
                                                                  Cops show meaning of Liberty Warrior
                                                                                                                               Tech. Sgt. Vikki Lopez, 48th Medical Support Squadron, assem-
                                                                                                                               bles an M-16A2 as part of the Defender Challenge event at the
                                                                                                                               Lakenheath High School football field Tuesday. Defender
                                                                                                                               Challenge is part of the National Police Week, which recognizes
                                                                                                                               police officers nationwide. Top: The 48th MDSS Defender
                                                                                                                               Challenge team straps their team mate to a stretcher during the
                                                                                                                               100-yard obstacle course. The obstacle course included a
                                                                                                                               stretcher run, memory exercise, grenade throw, weapon assem-
                                                                                                                               bly and push-ups. “The event just allows Airmen from other
                                                                                                                               career fields to step into our life for a moment,” said Tech. Sgt.
                                                                                                                               Benjamin Rushford, 48th Security Forces Squadron trainer.
                                                                                                                               Bottom: Senior Airman Jeremiah Moore, 48th Civil Engineer
                                                                                                                               Squadron, names as many items as he could remember of a
                                                                                                                               box which the content he was shown briefly during a memory
                                                                                                                               exercise simulating 48th SFS training.

                            Photo by Tech. Sgt. Sabrina Johnson                       Photo by Airman 1st Class Kristi Emler
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                                                              (Editor’s note: Samantha Lamont was recent-
                                                              ly awarded the Gold Congressional Award, the
                                                              first time a youth at RAF Lakenheath won.
                                                              She was also just selected as U.S. Air Forces

   Samantha Lamont                                            in Europe Youth of the Year.)

                                                              Describe the Congressional Award
                                                                  Congress established the award program
                                                              in 1979 to recognize young people for their
                                                              initiative, achievement and service. The pro-
                                                              gram is a fun and challenging way to be
                                                              involved in activities you enjoy or would
                                                              like to know more about.

                                                              What are the requirements to earn
                                                              the award?
                                                                 To earn the award, I had to set and meet
                                                              goals in four program areas. The minimum
                                                              number of hours to receive the Gold
                                                              Congressional Award is 800 – 400 for vol-
                                                              unteering, 200 for personal development
                                                              and 200 for physical fitness. I also had to
                                                              complete an exploration trip to earn the

                                                              How much time did you put into
                                                              completion of the program?
                                                                 My advisor helped me to set challeng-
                                                              ing, yet attainable goals, allowing me to
                                                              achieve them in two years. I completed the
                                                              program with over 800 hours of community
                                                              service, 400 hours of personal development,
                                                              300 hours of physical fitness and a week-
                                                              long camping trip.

                                                              How were your hours validated?
                                                                 I kept a record book of each hour I dedi-
                                                              cated to the program, which was signed by
                                                              my validators. I also had certificates and
                                                              photographs to go along with the record
                                                              book as proof of my commitment.

                                                              How many participants earn the
                                                              Gold Medal?
                                                                  Last year, 167 of 242 recipients travelled
                                                              to Washington D.C. to receive the award.
                                                              This year, the number of participants
                                                              attending the ceremony is slightly higher.

                                                              When and where is the ceremony?
                                                                  The ceremony will be held June 21 at
                                                              Congress, followed by a reception at the
                                                              Library of Congress for all gold medalists,
                                                              friends, families and honoured guests.
              [ the basics ]
              Hometown: Davis-Monthan AIr Force Base, Ariz.   How does it feel to receive this
              Time at RAF Lakenheath: 4 years
                                                                 This is definitely a major accomplish-
              Birthdate: March 17, 1987                       ment for me to be the first in USAFE to
              Grade point average: 3.9                        earn a Gold Congressional Award.
                                                              Receiving this award has helped me to be
              Future college: Emery College, Georgia          named as the USAFE Youth of the Year for
              Major: Undecided                                2006. It has also made me eligible for
                                                              scholarships that are offered exclusively to
                                                              gold medalists.
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                               Jet48Health & Fitness

                                                           Photos by Master Sgt. Renwick P. Davis

               Lakenheath Lancers qualify in track
               Lakenheath High School student PJ Davis leaps 14’ 10” during the
               long jump competition May 13 against ACS Cobham in London.The
               track and field team members qualified in their sport face Europeon
               competition this weekend. The Lancers who qualified for the
               Europeon competition are:


               4 x 400 meter relay       Greg Pelzl, Lenell Joyner, Scott Streepy
                                         and Daniel Slade

               Medley Relay              Greg Pelzl, Lenell Joyner, Scott Streepy
                                         and Daniel Slade

               1500 and 3000 meter       Greg Billington

               800 meter run             Greg Pelzl


               4 X 400 meter relay       Tanishia Joyner, Keierra Isaac, Keisha
                                         Richie, Jade lewis and LaKeish Hyndman

MAY 19, 2006                                                         JET 48 MAGAZINE PAGE 19

A family prepares to PCS from the 48th Fighter Wing.
                                                                                                                                            File photo

   Times are a ‘changing
By Lt. Col. Henri Castelain                                               ing, then you may be swamped with a multitude of performance
                                                                          reports that close out all in a very short period of time. Get an early
48th Operation Support Squadron Commander
                                                                          start to ensure adequate time to accomplish the reports thoroughly.
                                                                             These documents are critical in capturing our workforce’s efforts
    Nearly 40 years ago Bob Dylan published a song about changing         and ensuring our people get rewarded for the hard work they do here.
times. As summer draws near and RAF Lakenheath enters the perma-          Remember, promotions are based, in part, on data captured in per-
nent change of station season we can all expect some changing             formance reports. Performance reports are also the basis for decora-
times. It is also a time for us to better prepare ourselves, our co-      tions awarded to superior performers who are PCSing. Getting both
workers and our families for this busy and stressful period.              completed in a timely fashion ensures all personnel are recognized
    Theoretically, the base undergoes a 33 percent change annually, as    and paperwork is cleared on time. Ideally, decorations will process in
many of us are on three-year tours. Summer is the preferred period        time for our personnel to receive the recognition here at RAF
for moves because children are out of school and returns to the states    Lakenheath where they earned their accolades.
can be blended with family vacations. As leaders and supervisors it is       Another sure indicator of a busy and hectic summer is our immi-
critical we prepare for the departure of experience that will leave our   nent Air Expeditionary Force requirements for the Liberty Wing. Two
units in the coming months.                                               of the wing’s fighter squadrons, along with their associated mainte-
    Help your departing personnel by ensuring they leave behind a         nance squadrons, are tasked for AEF 3 and 4. Those units are state-
useful legacy to ensure a smooth transition with their replacement.       side right now for 30 days of training and spin up and will train hard
Work with your folks to verify continuity books are brought up to         throughout the summer to be fully combat capable before their
speed.                                                                    departure for the AEF.
    Until recently, the wing was scheduled for a unit compliance             As a wing, we can anticipate that, prior to the next AEF, we will
inspection this summer-keep that momentum moving. Good work               lose personnel with a wealth of experience who supported previous
was done in preparation for this inspection, so take advantage of this    deployments. Rest assured, new personnel will need additional time
groundwork and keep it going. What better way to greet new arrivals       and support to get ready for an AEF deployment. This work load, in
than provide them with a workstation with all the current tools and       the midst of the PCS season, will task all of our units here, making it
information to make their transition easy and fruitful. Productivity      even more critical to prepare now and work smarter.
will be maximized from day one.                                              We are faced with changing times in the next few months and
    At the same time, how can we ensure a successful exit for our         preparation will ensure those times are smooth, not turbulent. Get
faithful employees leaving RAF Lakenheath? Start preparations early       ready now, as Bob Dylan said in his song years ago “The time they
on all performance reports. If you are a rater and know you are leav-     are a changing.

MAY 19, 2006                                                                                                              JET 48 MAGAZINE    PAGE 21
                                  By Sal Davidson – Community Relations Adviser

                    Eurovision Song Contest
History                                                               points are eventually tallied up and the most popular song wins the
   The Eurovision Song Contest, the self-proclaimed “Greatest         contest.
Game Show on Earth,” is an international institution. The contest        The worst countries are relegated, meaning they are unable to
was first staged in Switzerland in 1956 and was inspired by the       compete in the next year’s contest with the exception of the UK,
popular Italian San Remo Festival. The United Kingdom has partic-     France, Germany or Spain as they pump lots of money into the
ipated every year with the exceptions of 1956 and 1958.               event.
   Every year on a Saturday night in May, representatives from
many countries in Europe and Israel gather to sing their hearts out   Best way to enjoy, ESC.
and compete in this competition to see who has the best song in           First, many people in the United Kingdom see this contest as
Europe.                                                               somewhat of a joke. Many Brits gather to watch this contest togeth-
                                                                      er to giggle at the interesting clothes, interesting haircuts and inter-
The competition                                                       esting performances of songs, which in some people’s opinions are
   The rules have evolved many times throughout the course of the     total rubbish.
program, such as whether songs are sung in English or the competi-        That is what makes the ESC the ESC. We’ve witnessed a
tor’s native tongue. Since 1958 the winner has the honour of host-    German perform in electric suits covered in light bulbs. We’ve seen
ing the ESC in their home country.                                    triumphs by international stars such as ABBA. Of course, who
   The contest has grown over the years. The first contest had        could forget the Belgian who came third in 2003 with a song in an
seven countries enter and this year                                                                      imaginary language.
there are 38 countries. The com-
petition requires a semi-finals to                                                                         The USA link
narrow the number down to 24 for                                                                              There is a strong USA link to
the finals on Saturday.                                                                                    this year’s competition as one of
                                                                                                           the presenters in Athens is Maria
How do the Brits prepare?                                                                                  Menounos. Maria was born in June
   Preparations for the British                                                                            1978 in Medford, Mass. Her ances-
attack begin in February with a                                                                            ty is Greek and speaks fluent
“Song for Europe.” The finalists                                                                           Greek.
are chosen by a panel of experts                                                                               She has had various broadcast-
and the final six get to sing their                                                                        ing jobs in the USA such as
song on national television.                                                                               Channel One News, Entertainment
   The general public vote via                                                                             Tonight and has also acted in shows
telephone and text for their                                                                               such as One Tree Hill and was in
favourite. The lucky winner repre-                                                                         the movie From Russia with Love.
sents the hopes of the nation in the
final. This year the winner for the                                                                        The best bits
United Kingdom is Daz Sampson.                                                          Courtesy graphic     Terry Wogan, a veteran presen-
He sang Teenage Life.                                                                                    ter, has been the commentator for
                                                                      the United Kingdom show for many years and is as much a part of
The Grand final                                                       the ESC as the competitors. His endless wit and dry sarcastic com-
   Each grand final has its own distinctive style depending on        ments on the songs and the performers have turned what could be a
where it is held. The hosts speak in English and French with some     tedious night into compelling viewing; just remember he will not
interjections of other languages to compliment the international      be politically correct.
feel. After all the acts have performed the viewers get down to the       The political voting: there is no getting away from the fact that
serious business of voting.                                           political voting does go on. Other countries seem to take this com-
   This has changed over the years from each nation calling in with   petition seriously and for those astute viewers, it is clear when the
their scores over the telephone, to today’s competition, which        scores come in, just who likes who.
allows for the discerning viewer to register their votes.                 In conclusion, my top tip is to join together with some British
   Each country is called via satellite link and awards ten other     friends, have some nibbles, switch on the ESC, enjoy the entertain-
countries points depending on how many phone votes each song          ment and vote for your favourites. Once seen, never forgotten.
gets in their own country, the tenth most popular song receives one   Don’t forget the famous ESC saying -‘Null Points’ which has to be
point, escalating to the most popular song awarded 12 points. All     said in a French accent for best effect.

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                                                         RAF Lakenheath Chapel schedule
                                                              Catholic                                       Protestant
                                                     Saturday                                        Sunday
                                                         4 p.m. - Reconciliation
                                                                   (by appointments)                     9 a.m. - Liturgical service at
                                                         5 p.m. - Mass                                   Feltwell Chapel
                                                                                                         11 a.m. - Traditional protestant
                                                     Sunday                                              service
                                                       9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 6 p.m. - Mass              12:30 p.m. - Gospel service
                                                                                                         4:30 p.m. - Contemporary service

                                                     Monday to Thursday                                  September through May

                                                                                                         9:30 a.m.- Sunday school
                                                         11:30 p.m. - Mass                                            Building 954

           BOARD                                  Mildenhall Heart Link
                                                     The 100th Mission Support Squadron’s
                                                  Heart Link orientation will be 9:30 a.m. until
                                                  2:30 p.m. today at the RAF Mildenhall fami-
                                                  ly support center. English to Korean transla-
                                                                                                   Rummage sale
                                                                                                      The Medical Auxiliary Group will host a rum-
                                                                                                   mage sale 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Saturday at
                                                                                                   Lakenheath High School cafeteria. Vendor tables
                                                                                                   are available for $12. For more information, call
                                                  tions will be available. For more information,   John Wheaton at (01638) 532 741.
                                                  call the family support center at 238-3406 or    The FMO closure
                                                  (01638) 543 406.                                    The furnishings management office, RAF
                                                                                                   Feltwell, will be closed on May 29 and 30.
                                                  Women’s soccer team                                 For more information, call 226-7154 or 7334.
                                                     RAFs Lakenheath and Mildenhall
                                                  women’s soccer team is looking for players       Extreme Summer Kickoff
                                                  who are older than 18 years old. For more           Extreme summer will kick off with a five kilo-
                   Briefs                                                                          meter race at 9 a.m. and a kid’s run at 10 a.m.
                                                  information, call Airman 1st Class Jennifer
                                                  Puff at 226-8468 or email jennifer.puff@lak-     Saturday. There will be games and crafts at the fit-
                                                                          ness center at 11 a.m. Saturday.
                                                                                                      Free shirts for all youth runners. For more
SFS display
                                                                                                   information, call 226-KIDS and 226-48TH.
   48th Security Forces Squadron will dis-        Scrapbooking and crafter event
play their weapons, vehicles and canine unit         There will be a scrapbooking and crafters     Case lot sale
from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. today and from          event from 5 p.m. until midnight Saturday at        The RAF Lakenheath Commissary is having
noon until 4 p.m. Saturday.                       the Lakenheath High School cafeteria.            their case lot sale from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. May 27
                                                     For more information, e-mail Kami             and 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. May 28.
WIC overseas                                      McManus at or call               The case lot sale will be inside the store. For
   Women, Infants and Children - overseas         her at (07776) 254 609.                          more information, call 226-3515.
provides food, nutrition an health screening,
and other resources to pregnant, breastfeed-
ing and postpartum women and infants and
                                                       Dead bird reporting procedures
children up to 4-years-old. Participants may
                                                        Don’t handle a dead bird. If               they have about the bird. The
receive food items such as milk, eggs,
cheese, cereal, peanut butter, juice and infant      you find a dead bird, do not                  call will be logged and forward-
formula.                                             touch your face, rub your eyes,               ed to the appropriate office to
   For more information, call 226-1728.              eat, drink, or smoke before                   take care of pick up.
                                                     washing hands with soap and                      If the dead bird is found off
TRICARE assistance                                   water.                                        base call the Department for
   The 48th Medical Group TRICARE office
has a Beneficiary Counseling and Assistance
                                                        If a dead bird is found on                 Environment, Food and Rural
Coordinator and Debt Collection Assistance           base, call the 48th Civil Engineer            Affairs at (08459) 335 577.
officer who gives assistance with TRICARE            Squadron customer service line                   For more information about
claims and benefits. The BCAC is an advo-            at 226-2255, or the 100th CES                 Pandemic/Avian “Bird”
cate to resolve customers’ TRICARE ques-             customer service desk at 238-                 Influenza, call the RAF
tions. The DCAO helps resolve medical or             5687.                                         Lakenheath Public Health office
dental bill debt collection issues. For more
information or to receive assistance, contact
                                                        Callers should be ready to pro-            at 226-8777. For more informa-
Angela Robinson at 226-8694 or visit the             vide the location, species (if                tion about how to prevent avian
TRICARE service center at the base hospital          known), and any other details                 flu, visit
on the ground floor.

MAY 19, 2006                                                                                                                  JET 48 MAGAZINE PAGE 25
                                                                                                                        Love and Logic Parenting
               Movies                                                                                                      The class will be 8:30 a.m. until  4:30
         RAF Lakenheath 226-2139                                                                                        p.m. May 27. This class helps with raising
                                                                                                                        children to become responsible, respectful
                                                                                                                        and fun to be around. For more information,

    6:30 p.m. Madea’s Family Reunion, PG-13, starring                                                                   call 226-3847.

    Tyler Perry and Blair Underwood. An unstoppable force
    of nature, southern matriarch Madea may have finally
    taken on more than she can chew. She has just been
    court ordered to be in charge of Nikki, a rebellious run-                                                           Professional development center
    away, her nieces Lisa and Vanessa are suffering rela-
    tionship trouble, and through it all she has to organize                                                               The     RAF      Lakenheath     Professional
    her family reunion. As the reunion approaches, secrets

    are revealed and tensions rise. Madea must use every                                                                Development Center offers the following classes:
    tactic in her arsenal to not only keep the peace, but

    keep her family together.                                                                                              Today
    9:30 p.m. Something New, PG-13, starring Sanaa
    Lathun, Simon Baker and Mike Epps. While 42.4% of
    African- Americans have never been married, Kenya, a
                                                                                                                           Studying and testing - 8 until 9 a.m.
    professional African-American woman is determined to
    do something about it. She is shocked to discover, how-
                                                                                                                           All classes are held in Building 948,
    ever, that she’s falling in love with a white landscaper.
                                                                                                                        Room 309. Classes are on a first-come, first-
    3:30 p.m. Madea’s Family Reunion, PG-13
    6:30 p.m. Goal! The Dream Begins, PG-13, starring
                                                                                                                        serve basis. To register or view the PDC cal-
    Kuno Becker and Stephen Dillane. As an underprivi-                                                                  endar, visit https://lww/pdc//PDF/PDC/ cal-
    leged Mexican-American immigrant growing up in the
    poor section of Los Angeles, Santiago Munez seemed                                                                  ender1.htm.
    destined to follow his father’s path in life: laboring at
    menial jobs to earn just enough money to support his                                                                   For more information, call Master Sgt.
    family. Naturally gifted, his amazing talent on the soccer
    field was wasted in recreation league games while he                                                                Kimberly Crawford at 226-2300 or e-mail
    could only dream of playing on the world stage of pro-
    fessional soccer.                                                                                         
    9:30 p.m. Running Scared, R, starring Paul Walker and
    Wayne Brady. Two 10-year-old boys get their hands on
    a mob gun with which a cop was shot. The father of one
    of the boys must take to the streets in a desperate bid                                                             Volunteers needed
    to recover the weapon before the mob finds out it’s
    missing.                                                                          Briefs                               The Madingley Memorial Day Ceremony
    3 p.m. Goal! The Dream Begins, PG-13                                                                                planning committee is looking for wreath
    6:30 p.m. Madea’s Family Reunion, PG-13                                                                             layers for the May 29 event. Volunteers must
    6:30 p.m. 16 Blocks, PG-13, starring Bruce Willis and
    Dante ‘Mos Def’ Smith. A troubled NYPD officer is             Pre-separation                                        also be available for practice May 26, also.
    forced to take a happy, but down-on-his-luck witness 16
                                                                       Pre-separation briefings will be 1 until 3       Transportation is available from RAFL to the
    blocks from the police station to 100 Centre Street,
    although no one wants the duo to make it.
                                                                  p.m. Tuesday and on May 30. This class fulfills       cemetery and back. Required uniform is
    6:30 p.m. Goal! The Dream Begins, PG-13
                                                                  the mandatory requirement for all personnel           service dress.
    6:30 p.m. 16 Blocks, PG-13                                                                                             For more information contact 1st Lt.
    Thursday                                                      retiring or separating from the military. For
    6:30 p.m. Goal! The Dream Begins, PG-13                                                                             Michael Hamilton at 226-8065 or by e-mail
                                                                  more information, call 226-3847.
                                                                                                                        at or
         RAF Mildenhall 238-4955                                                                                        Master Sgt. Kevin Stoeck at 226-1469 or
                                                                  Newcomer’s bus tour
                                                                     Newcomers bus tours will be 8:45 a.m. until
    Friday                                                        2:30 p.m today and on May 26. The tour
    6:30 p.m. The Shaggy Dog, PG                                                                                        Yearbook signing party
    9 p.m. Mission Impossible III, PG-13, starring Tom            includes trips to Bury St. Edmund’s Cathedral,
    Cruise and Ving Rhames. Super-spy than Hunt has                                                                        Lakenheath Elementary School will have a
    retired from active duty to trains new IMF agents. But he     eating in a pub and shopping. For more infor-
    is called back into action to confront the toughest villain                                                         yearbook signing party from 5 to 7 p.m.
    he’s ever faced - Owen Davian, an international               mation, call 226-3847.
    weapons and information provider with no remorse and                                                                Tuesday in the LES gymnasium. For more
    no conscience. Hunt assembles his team - his old friend                                                             information, e-mail or
    Luther Strickell, transportation expert Declan, back-         Car check up
    ground operative Zhen, and fresh recruit Lindsey - to                                                               call (01638) 523 721.
    travel the globe pursuing Davian and rescue Hunt’s                The 48th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehi-
    love, Julia
    Saturday                                                      cle maintenance flight will inspect vehicles at the
    3:30 p.m. The Shaggy Dog, PG, starring Tim Allen and                                                                High school round table
    Kristin Davis. Dave learns a valuable lesson about truth      gas station parking lot from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m.
    and appearances when quite unexpectedly he finds                                                                        The Lakenheath High School round table will
    himself changed into a sheepdog.                              June 9. They will provide a basic inspection,         hold the next meeting at 5 p.m. June 1 in the LHS
    6:30 p.m. Ultraviolet, PG-13, starring Milla Jovovich
    and William Fichtner. Set in the late 21st century, a sub-    checking the oil and fluids and give a quick look     library. Elections for the 2006-2007 LHS round
    culture of humans has emerged with a genetic mutation
    causing enhanced speed, incredible stamina and acute          under the car. For more information, call 226-        table officers will be held during this meeting.
    intelligence. As more people are infected and the gov-
    ernment becomes increasingly terrified of their growing       3923.                                                 For more information, call 226-5897.
    power, those with the mutation are treated as outcasts,
    subjected to terrifying tests and put into quarantine. The
    government sets out to destroy them, but one woman is
    determined that that doesn’t happen: ultra-beautiful,
    ultra-lethal Violet. With eye-popping martial arts skills
    andchameleon-like abilities, Violet becomes a rogue                 Information, Tickets, and Travel
    warrior bent on protecting her new race — and seeking
    revenge on those who created it.
    9 p.m. Mission Impossible III PG-13
    Sunday                                                                ITT offer airline tickets and cruises to      and Stonehenge.
    3:30 p.m. The Shaggy Dog, PG
    6:30 p.m. Mission Impossible III PG-13                            most major European destinations, from               Many of the tours include guided
    6:30 p.m. Aquarmarine, PG, starring Emma Roberts                  3-day to 19-day holidays. Also available          sightseeing, walking or driving tours.
    and Sara Paxton. Following a violent storm, a beautiful
    and sassy mermaid named Aquamarine washes ashore                  are escorted tours through SunFun and             Theater trips are available to many of the
    and into the lives of two teenage girls. After Aquamarine
    falls for a local, hunky lifeguard, she enlists the girls’        Trafalgar Tours.                                  popular West End shows.
    help to win his heart.
    Tuesday                                                              ITT also offers trips in England.                 For more information visit the ITT
    6:30 p.m. Mission Impossible III PG-13
    Wednesday                                                         Daytrips are available to many different          office in Building 977, the Liberty
    6:30 p.m. Ultraviolet, PG-13
    Thursday                                                          destinations,      includeing      London,        Center, or call (01638) 522 979 or
    6:30 p.m. Aquarmarine, PG
                                                                      Legoland, Alton Towers, Warwick Castle            (01638) 533 629.

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