A weekend in Prague by gdf57j


									                   Your guide to Aviano Air Base and beyond

                                             Aug. 7, 2009
                                            Aviano Air Base, Italy

A weekend
in Prague
pgs. 10-11

Take a Trip With ITT: Munich & Dachau, Pisa &
Lucca, Florence, Croatia by Boat and more pg. 13
                                        The COMPASS: Your guide to Italy and beyond
                                                                                                                                       ‘I will survive’
                                                                                                                                       Capt. Nathan Harrold,
                                                                                                                                       510th Fighter Squadron
                                                                                                                                       pilot, practices survival
                                                                                                                                       procedures in his one-
                                                                                                                                       man life raft during a
                                                                                                                                       recent refresher water
                                                                                                                                       survival training class
Photo by Airman 1st Class Ashley Wood

                                                                                                                                       at the base pool. The
                                                                                                                                       water refresher training
                                                                                                                                       pilots receive from the
                                                                                                                                       31st Operations Support
                                                                                                                                       Squadron’s Survival,
                                                                                                                                       Evasion, Resistance, and
                                                                                                                                       Escape instructors en-
                                                                                                                                       ables the pilots to main-
                                                                                                                                       tain their proficiency in
                                                                                                                                       utilizing the air tubes,
                                                                                                                                       sea anchor, spray shield,
                                                                                                                                       and accessory kit on
                                                                                                                                       the raft to protect them
                                                                                                                                       from the elements until
                                                                                                                                       they can be rescued.

                                                                                        AFSA meeting
     Aviano Sea Dragons                                                                    The Air Force Sergeants Association hosts a general
        The Aviano Sea Dragons Swim Team is currently look-                             membership meeting from 3-4 p.m. Aug. 18 at the La Bella
     ing for swimmers, ages 6-19, to join the swim team and                             Vista Club. For details, call 632-7770.
     compete at locations throughout Europe. The Summer
     Swim Program is going on through August, and the regular                           Supermarket Savvy class
     competitive season starts in September and runs through                               The Health and Wellness Center hosts a Supermarket
     February.                                                                          Savvy class from 9-10 a.m. Aug. 27 at the base commissary.
        Call Michelle Mastrorocco at 331 868 6689 for more in-                          Participants learn what to look for on food labels and how
     formation or e-mail avianoseadragons@gmail.com.                                    to make healthy selections. To sign up or for more informa-
        The Aviano Sea Dragons is a recognized base private or-                         tion, call 632-4573.
     ganization and exists solely on volunteer hours. It is also a
     member of the European Forces Swim League.                                         Thrift Savings Plan briefing
                                                                                           The Airman and Family Readiness Center hosts a two-
     Aviano High School football                                                        part Thrift Savings Plan briefing Aug. 27 at 8 a.m. and 2
        Conditioning for the 2009/10 Aviano High School foot-                           p.m. with guest speaker Paula Austin Gradwell, a TSP li-
     ball season begins at 9 a.m. Aug. 17 at the high school field,                     aison specialist. Part I, entitled “Money In,” covers a TSP
     with the first scrimmage against Udine on Sept. 5, followed                        introduction, benefits, investment funds and participant
     by a scrimmage against Munich and Zurich on Sept. 12.
     Now is the time to start training for the season.
                                                                                                                                             See Flybys, Page 5

                                                          Cover photo by Staff Sgt. Mercedes Crossland
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Air Force culture of responsibility
            By Gen. Roger A. Brady                               can also serve to tarnish the otherwise outstanding record
      U.S. Air Forces in Europe commander                        of excellence for which USAFE is known. Without fail,
                                                                 the stories we read about Airmen in trouble are entirely
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany -- As Airmen, we                      preventable and the direct result of a poor decision.
have taken a solemn vow to serve and protect our nation,         Alcohol abuse and illicit drug use, fitness deficiencies and
and I commend you for your service. With that service,           failure to follow safety and security guidelines are all
however, comes great responsibility and the necessity to         examples of behavior that serve to take people off the line
make proper choices. We are confronted every day with            and out of the fight.
choices, both on and off-duty, that can and do impact                Simple everyday choices may seem insignificant at the
both the mission and perception by others of our Air Force       time but often have significant impact to the mission.
and Americans in Europe. With that in mind, individuals          There have already been 20 mishaps in the command only
at every level must relentlessly strive to develop and           six weeks into the “101 Critical Days of Summer.” All of
maintain an environment defined by integrity and                 these caused lost duty time, directly impacted our ability
accountability, or in other words                                                           to accomplish the mission, and
a “culture of responsibility.”                                                              three of our Airmen also lost
    My role as U.S. Air Forces           “Simple everyday choices                           their lives. The impact of these
in Europe commander allows
me the privilege of witnessing
                                       may seem insignificant at the                        tragic fatalities on families and
                                                                                            unit members is enormous. Aside
firsthand the amazing                 time but often have significant                       from the harm done by tragic
accomplishments of our team                                                                 accidents however, we have also
members throughout our                   impact to the mission.”                            caused ourselves unnecessary
area of responsibility, both                                                                burden through isolated incidents
military and civilian. I am                                                                 where individuals simply fail to
constantly humbled and inspired by the great things we           do the right thing. As an example, an Airman in USAFE
are accomplishing, including providing forces for global         recently used a thumb drive on an Air Force computer -- a
operations, assuring allies and deterring aggression,            deliberate, expedient choice in violation of a strict DoD
ensuring strategic access, and building partnerships             policy which has been emphasized and in place for months.
throughout the region. The recent rescue by USAFE                By disregarding this known directive, the individuals
Airmen of a ship crewmember off the Irish coast is a             re-infected our computer systems with a previously
prime example of the fine work we do on a daily basis.           eliminated threat and wasted valuable time and resources.
This complex operation required three airframes, strict              I hold your leaders, at every level, accountable for
discipline and an amazing level of teamwork. Of course,          their actions and those of their subordinates. But the
this is just one example of the countless contributions we       real answer is individual responsibility to the mission,
make in the support of our nation’s defense.                     our families and fellow Airmen. I couldn’t be prouder
    We are performing a serious business in very                 of our USAFE Airmen and the fine work we are doing
challenging times. Budget cuts, high optempo and                 in Ensuring Freedom’s Future; however, we need
deployments all serve to make our task that much more            to continually strive to make responsible choices. A
difficult. Clearly, there is little room for error in the        philosopher has said, “we are what we habitually do.”
performance of our mission. Poor choices in our personal         Let’s focus on doing the right things. Whether it is being a
and professional lives negatively impact that mission            good wingman, adhering to standards, or just doing what
and divert the precious little resources we do have away         is appropriate when no one is looking, we must do the
from where they are needed most. The actions of a few            right thing. That will ensure a culture of responsibility.

statements. Part II, entitled “Money Out,” covers the loan
program, in-service withdrawal options, post-service with-                  - EMERGENCY NUMBERS -
drawal options, spouses’ rights and death benefits. To re-
serve a seat or for more information, call 632-5407.               Fire Department (Pordenone FD)….........…..115

MSF Rider Coach Class
   Aviano motorcyclists interested in becoming a certified
Motorcycle Safety Foundation instructor should attend
the MSF Rider Coach Class Sept. 14-26. The free course is
                                                                   Base Emergency Comm Center….0434-30-8911
open to motorcyclists with at least two years left on station.
There is limited seating. Those interested, must sign up by
                                                                   Base Command Post…………….......0434-30-7673
Aug. 21. For application information, call Staff Sgt. Jason
Smith at 632-1492 or e-mail jason.smith@aviano.af.mil.

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Youth Programs
0434-30-7575, DSN 632-7575, Area 1, Bldg. 116
                                                                                STARZ Gymnastics
Lignano Beach                                                                         Aug. 10-13 & 24-27
Aug. 14                                                          Cost is $35 for the 4 day summer camp.
Ages: 9-18 yrs old.
$15/MBRS & $20/Non-MBRS.                                                     Give Parents A Break
                                                                                   Aug. 21, 6:30-11 p.m.
Kids Night Out                                                           No charge with a referral. $3/hr
Aug. 7, 6:30-10 p.m.                                                  without referral on space available.
$8/MBRS & $10/Non-MBRS                                                      Deadline to sign-up: July 22
Deadline to register is August 5.
                                                                    Taekwondo Summer Camps
Back to School Pre-Teen                                                     Aug. 4-6 or 18-20, 3-4 p.m.
Lock In                                                            Cost per camp is $15. Students who
Aug. 14, 9 p.m.-7 a.m.                             attend 2 or more camps receive a Taekwondo T-shirt.
$20 MBRS/$25 Non-MBRS
                                                    Parent Action Committee (PAC) Meeting
Piano                                                                              Aug. 11, 11:30 a.m.
Now through Aug. 28                                         All Youth Programs, Sports, School Age and
Wed, Thu & Fri 30 minute                                     CDC Parents invited to attend. Come hear
sessions from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Cost is                     what is coming up in your child’s programs,
$15 per session.                                            meet our new Youth Programs Director and
                                                         provide input and feedback to help us improve
                                                                           and continue quality service!

0434-30-5382, DSN 632-5382
Area 1, Bldg. 145
                                             Child Development Center
                                                                  0434-30-8246, DSN 632-8246
                                                                             Area 1, Bldg. 174
Teen Late Night                                                   0434-30-5199, DSN 632-5199
Aug. 13, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Come out and enjoy a late night out                                      Flightline, Bldg. 1476
at the Library before school starts.

Summer Reading Program                                                       Give Parents A Break
Finale Party                                                                  Aug. 21, 6:30-11 p.m.
Aug. 20, 1-3 p.m.                                                             CDC Area 1 632-8246;
Celebrate the end of the Summer                                            By referral or $3 an hour.
Reading Program at the Community                                        Deadline to register: Aug. 19

0434-30-5747, DSN 632-5747, Area 2, Bldg. 256                                         A publication of the
    www.usafejobs.com                                                            31st Force Support Squadron
Accounting Office                   Community Center                               Maj. Jason M. Janaros
Accounting Technician,              Recreation Aid
Accounting Technician                                                             DEPUTY DIRECTOR
(Property Management)               La Bella Vista Club                              Jude M. Sorg
                                    Waiter, Cook, Cashier, Food Service
Alpine Golf Course                  Worker, Bartender                         MARKETING DEPARTMENT
Cook                                Mountain View Lodging                           Marketing Director
                                    Custodial Worker (Janitor)                        Kristin Dohn
Arts & Crafts Center
Sales Clerk, Engraver               Outdoor Recreation Center                Marketing & Advertising Assistant
                                    Recreation Aid,                                    Sylvia Moon
Aviano Youth Program                Recreation Aid-Pool (Temp)
Child and Youth Program                                                                 Publicist
Assistant, Cook                     School Age Program                               Racheal Calhoun
                                    Child and Youth Program Assistant
Bowling Center                                                                          Illustrator
Cook, Cashier Checker               Veterinary Clinic                                 Robin Ridgway
Child Development Center
Child and Youth Program
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                   Prague: Visiting Czec
                                                             Story and photos by S
                                                                        31st Fighter
                                                                 The sun began to rise and
                                                             there was a sense of peace
                                                             amongst the travelers on our b
                                                             You could hear only the faint
                                                             sounds of the passenger’s voice
                                                             as they awoke. We had arrived
                                                                 Prague, located in the cente
                                                             of Europe, has a population of
                                                             more than 1 million people and
                                                             borders such countries as Germ
                                                             ny, Austria, Slovakia and Pola
                                                             The center of the Czech Repub
                                                             is a tranquil place.
                                                                 The city has so much to see
                                                             and offer. If you’d like to sit in
                                                             the town square and enjoy live
                                                             music and great entertainment
                                                             this is the place to visit. You ca
                                                             also enjoy some ice cream as yo
                                                             window shop and meet differen
                                                                 When the sun sets, there is
                     The Saint Vitus Cathedral at the        much night life to be enjoyed.
                     Prague Castle is a must see for any     There are a variety of clubs to
                     tourist. Considered a Gothic master-    explore or you can walk throug
                     piece, work began on the cathedral      the heart of the city where the
                     in 1344 and took nearly six centuries   National Museum is located. O
                     to complete.
     works of
 art, such as
  the statues
above, locat-
ed in front of
  the Prague
  Castle, can
     be found
      the city.
   Right: The
center of Old
Town Prague
   includes a
    variety of
   shops and
      in which
  visitors can

 10 Aug. 7, 2009
ch Republic’s capital city
Staff Sgt. Mercedes Crossland
r Wing Public Affairs
       course, transportation is an easy
       find. There are subways and taxis
bus.   that will take you to different
       locations in a matter of minutes.
es     So if you want to take a trip to
d in   relax or even to party, consider a
       stay in Prague where the people
er     are friendly, the food is good and
       there is much to see.
d         The base Information, Tickets
                                              Visitors can
ma-    and Travel office also offers assis-   find all types of
and.   tance in individual or group tour      treasures in little
blic   planning, to include Prague.           shops and bou-
          For more information, call          tiques throughout
       632-3107.                              the city.



                                                                    Above left: A beauti-
                                                                    ful crystal chandelier
                                                                    hangs in the Old Town
                                                                    City Hall in Prague.
                                                                    Left: Tourists can pass
                                                                    by the home of the
                                                                    Czech Philharmonic
                                                                    Orchestra, located in

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                                                READ ME
                                    Information, Tickets and Travel
                                                0434-30-3107/5026, DSN 632-3107/5026
                                                                     Area 1, Bldg. 110
Aug. 15              Munich & Dachau                   Aug. 21-23          Split & Sibenick
                     Deadline: Aug. 10                                     Croatia Express
                     €69                                                   Deadline: Aug. 17
Aug. 15              Guided Florence
                     Deadline: Aug. 10                 Aug. 29             Croatia by Boat
                     €64                                                   Deadline: Aug. 24
Aug. 22              Bernina Express
                     Swiss Train/                      Aug. 29             Aqua Paradise at
                     St. Moritz                                            Lake Garda
                     Deadline: Aug. 10                                     Deadline: Aug. 24
                     €76                                                   €59
Aug. 22              Pisa & Lucca
                     Deadline: Aug. 17

Outdoor Recreation
0434-30-8623, DSN 632-8623
Flightline, Bldg. 1479
                                                                 Bowling Center
                                                           0434-30-7487, DSN 632-7487
Dive In Family Movie Night                                           Area 1, Bldg. 179
Aug. 14, 8:30-10:30 p.m.                                          Hooked Up to Bowling
Bring out the whole family                                                 Aug. 18-21, 2-4 p.m.
to enjoy a movie at the pool.                                      $69 for Kids & $99 for Adults
Free food will be available.                            Are you looking to improve your bowling
Open swim at the pool is                                game? Then this is the program for you.
half price from 1-5 p.m.
before the event.                                                   Summer Strike Party
                                                                           Now through Aug. 31
                                                                    Great prizes every week & a
Beginner Rock Climbing Class                              Grand Prize at the end of the summer.
Aug. 15-16, $65 per person, Ages 15
& up are able to sign up for the class.
Sign up deadline: Aug. 10.

Alpine Golf Course
0434-30-7386, DSN 632-7386
                                                                              Putting Contest
Flightline, Bldg. 1391                                           Aug. 21, 6 p.m., $10 entry fee
                                                             Come out and see if you are the top
Golf Club Championship Tournament                               putter at the alpine Golf course.
Aug. 15-16, $40 per person
The format is gross and net within each flight. Each                       Free Ladies Clinic
player must have a handicap in order to play.                                  Aug. 27, 2-3 p.m.
Players must be advanced green fee players to be             Ladies take the opportunity to learn
eligible. Deadline to sign up is Aug. 13.                       more about golf with a PGA Pro.
Scotch Doubles
Aug. 22, 3 p.m., $10 per team.
Alternate shot men & ladies format. Great way to
spend the day with your spouse.

Active Duty Field Day
Aug. 28, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Half price green fees
for active duty. Tee times are highly recommended.

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      Story and Photos by                 the mines. Children are welcome, but        following the suggested itinerary
         Chiara Mattirolo                 the paths are not stroller-friendly.        with a 30-minute walk in the woods
            USAG Livorno                      The first itinerary includes a 40-      to the beautiful Rocca. Rocca is
    A unique destination of choice, at    minute guided tour inside the mines.        a small medieval miner’s village
 less than an hour drive from Camp        Visitors are provided with helmets and      where visitors can learn more about
 Darby, is the Archeological Mine         raincoats.                                  the social and economical organiza-
 Park of San Silvestro near the town          After completing the first itinerary,   tion and the metallurgical techniques
 of Campiglia Marittima. The Val          visitors continue their visit taking a      of the Etruscan miners and smiths.
 di Cornia mines offers a variety of      little train that takes them to the path        The mine is open daily from
 excursions to better understand the      used in the past for transportation of      10 a.m. to 7 p.m. It is closed on
 mineral extraction process of the        minerals from the mine extraction site      Mondays from September to June.
 Etruscan time.                           to the area where the minerals were         While partial tours are available, the
    The visit begins with the museum      crushed to powder.                          complete tour lasts two hours. Train-
 of minerals and archeology, from            A breathtaking view on the Rocca di      ers and walking boots are recom-
 there, visitors enjoy a guided tour of   San Silvestro entices tourists to keep      mended.

Plan your Tuscan dream vacation at www.usag.livorno.army.

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                                                          Community Center
                                           0434-30-5479, DSN 632-5479, DSN 632-5479
                                                                   Area 1, Bldg. 106
Sink or Swim                                                                        Flea Market
Aug. 21, 2-11p.m.                                                      Sept. 19, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Family category & Airman                                                      set up is at 10 a.m.
category. Sign up, receive                                        Deadline to sign up is Sept. 16.
rules, start constructing                                                  $10 for 6 ft tables and
your boat, Also, Are You                                                        $12 for 8 ft tables
Smarter Than the Shirts?,
Beach Blanket Bingo & Live                                                                Italian I
DJ Karaoke.                                                                    Aug. 25 - Oct. 13
                                                                  Tuesday and Thursday 7-9 p.m.

Airman and Family Readiness
0434-30-5407, DSN 632- 5407, Flightline, Bldg. 1431
Pre-Deployment Readiness Briefing                                       Sponsorship Training
Aug. 5,12,19 & 26, 1-2:30 p.m.                                                Aug. 5 & 19, 3-4 p.m.
This class is required for all those going TDY or           All first time active duty sponsors and
deploying for more than 30 days and will fulfill your     those who have not had training in over
pre-deployment checklist requirement.                   a year are required to attend sponsorship
                                                           training. The training reviews the basic
Pre-Separation Briefing                                 requirements of sponsorship and provides
Aug. 4 & 18, 1-3 p.m.                                         useful resources to better assist the
This class fulfills the mandatory requirement for all                                    newcomer.
personnel retiring/separating from the military.
This class should be completed 90 days before
                                                                                  Smooth Move
                                                                 Aug. 7,14 & 21, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
                                                        Provides a consolidated two hour briefing
Transition Assistance Program                                of relocation services brought to you
3-Day Workshop                                               by Wing agencies such as AMC, TMO
                                                              household goods, finance, housing,
Aug. 11-13, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
TAP workshops are conducted by trained DOL                  legal, etc. and equips you with all the
facilitators. Participants learn to write effective       information you will need for a Smooth
resumes and cover letters, interviewing techniques                Move PCS from Aviano AB, Italy.
and successful job search methods.                                   Mandatory for E-4 and below.

Arts & Crafts
0434-30-2989, DSN 632-2989
Flightline, Bldg. 1464
                                                             Auto Hobby Shop
                                                            0434-30-2277, DSN 632-2277
2009 Air Force Gallery Showcase                                  Flight Line, Bldg. 1464
Aug. 1-Sept. 18,
Get your creative juices flowing and                                   Looking for car parts?
prepare now to submit your artwork,                               The Auto Hobby has discounted
crafts and photography. There are                                  car parts for selected vehicles.
two categories: Artist-Craftsman &                                                 Stop by or call.
Photography and three age groups:
Youth, 6-12; Youth,                                                Have Car Questions and
13-17; & 18+ for Adults.                                                  Need Answers?
                                                                E-mail your car issues to the Auto
Photography 101                                                                     Hobby Shop at
Every Tuesday & Thursday 5:30-
7:30 p.m.                                                          31fss.autoshop@aviano.af.mil
Cost is $35                                                            for your car care concerns.

Jewelry Making Class                                                          Car A/C Service
Every Tuesday & Thursday 10 a.m.                            It’s HOT! Beat the heat by letting the
Cost is $35 per class.                                               Auto Hobby Shop service your
                                                                Air Conditioning “R134a” systems.
Wood Block Printing Class
First three Wednesdays 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Cost is $60

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                                                                         Buon Appetito
                                                                0434-30-5166,DSN 632-5166
La Bella Vista Club                                                       Area 2, Bldg. 248
0434-30-4303, DSN 632-4303
Flightline, Bldg. 1404                                                        Pastry Extravaganza
                                                                          Aug. 11, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Monthly Texas Hold’em
Aug. 22, 6:30 p.m.
Members: $10/ Non-members: $20
                                                                          La Dolce Vita
Bingo                                                          0434-30-8206, DSN 632-8206
Every Tuesday, Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Game starts at 6:30 p.m.                                              Flightline, Bldg. 1412
                                                                              ESM Birthday Meal
                                                                                Aug. 11, 6-8 p.m.
Fitness & Sports Center
0434-30-7459, DSN 632-7459, Flightline, Bldg. 1405
0434-30-7574, DSN 632-7574, Area 2, Bldg. 240

Aug. 29, 9 a.m.
Bike/Run Event & Family
AFAA Certification
Get your course book NOW!
3rd Annual Aviano
Sept. 13 is right around the
corner. Start Training NOW.
Contact the Dragon Fitness
Center for additional info

Education Center
0434-30-5330, DSN 632-5330, Area 1, Bldg. 147                             University of Phoenix
Automotive Service Excellence Exams
Registration is going on now for                                             Embry-Riddle
November’s administration of the class.                                  Aeronautical University
Commissioning Briefings                                                  University of Maryland
Aug. 20 & Sept. 17, 10 a.m.                                                University College
Come learn about the numerous                                                   632-5365
programs available!
                                                                         Central Texas College
Post-9/11 GI Bill                                                              632-5143
Briefing dates are
Aug. 3,5,10,12,19 & 26                                                   University of Oklahoma

IDEA Program
To make an Innovative Development through Employee Awareness
 submission, visit https://ipds.randolph.af.mil. For details, call the
31st FSS manpower office at 632-7671.

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