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(U.S. Air Force photo) AF National Museum building earns environmental, energy award
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force announced its fourth building has achieved the rare distinction of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold certification as determined by the U.S. Green Building Council during a ceremony Aug. 3, 2017.
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Jim Ivie, a pest control specialist assigned to the 509th Civil Engineer Squadron, prepares
a single-door trap for placement at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., Aug. 2, 2017.
The traps are designed to close once an animal enters to eat the bait on the opposite
end of the trap. Fixing our pest problem
While working at Whiteman Air Force Base (AFB) Missouri, you are bound to encounter wild animals at some point. Nevertheless, one animal in particular seems to be ever-present. Whether on your morning drive or evening run, base residents and commuters have noticed the raccoon population is on the rise.
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Default Air Force Logo Airmen from 152nd Civil Engineer Squadron help build homes for non-profit organization
Opportunities and Resources Inc. is a non-profit organization located in Wahiawa, Hawaii. Its primary mission is to provide relief and promote the general welfare of the disabled, elderly, and disadvantaged. Susanna F. Cheung, the agency’s founder and CEO, has a relationship with the military that spans almost four decades.
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Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski congratulates Greg Gangnuss after presenting him with the Air Force Civilian Award for Valor during a Feb. 22 commander’s call at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. Air Force civilian selected for 2017 USAF Portraits in Courage
Gregory Gangnuss, an environmental engineer and program chief for the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, is one of 49 Airmen to be memorialized in the 10th edition of the Air Force Chief of Staff’s, “Portraits in Courage.” The annual book highlights stories of courage, resiliency, professionalism and perseverance under the toughest conditions.
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Airmen from the 819th RED HORSE Squadron depart a C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 120th Airlift Wing, Montana Air National Guard, July 27, 2017, at the Benchmark Airport near Augusta, Mont. 819th RED HORSE exercises deployment capabilities
Airmen from the 819th RED HORSE Squadron were flown into the mountains near Augusta to exercise bare base build up capabilities recently.“The exercise kicked off with a recall July 24, which is how Airmen would receive notification to initiate an actual deployment in this type of situation,” said Tech. Sgt. Lance Westpfahl, 819th RHS readiness unit
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Members of the Tennessee Air National Guard hold a salute during the presentation of the colors by the 164AW Color Guard on Memphis Air National Guard Base. Memphis ANG Base is the first to partner with AFCEC on a UESC. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Allan Eason/Released) The ANG finds a new partner for improving energy efficiency… AFCEC
For the first time, AFCEC is supporting an Air National Guard base in the development of a Utility Energy Service Contract.
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Default Air Force Logo AEMR is now AEMRR - 2017 Annual Energy Management and Resilience Report
AFCEC/CNA is ramping up for the 2017 Annual Energy Management and Resilience Report, otherwise known as the AEMRR.
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Airmen from the civil engineer electrical team at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, discuss a component of the Electrical Systems Trainer during a recent visit by the AFCEC force development team. The trainer serves as a tool for Airmen to learn the electrical systems found outside the continental U.S. (U.S. Air Force photo/Susan H. Lawson)
Ramstein Airmen develop new training method with AFCEC validation
Airmen of the civil engineer electrical team at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, recently developed an innovative training method to tackle deficiencies by designing and constructing an electrical systems training simulator.Although similar trainers are used at other electrical shops worldwide, the Electrical Systems Trainer at Ramstein focuses on
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2017
Oregon Air National Guard Chief Master Sgt. Ronald Eckert, 142nd Fighter Wing Civil Engineers (CES), operates a excavator to load rock and other materials used to build a new trail at Niven Lake, Yellowknife, Northern Territories, Canada, July 18, 2017. Over 30 CES members are spending two-weeks in Canada working on a variety of projects during their Deployment for Training (DFT). (U.S. Air National Guard photo/Master Sgt. John Hughel, 142nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs) Yellowknife Deployment For Training sharpens Oregon Civil Engineers skills
Airmen from the 142nd Fighter Wing Civil Engineer Squadron, combined with Canadian Armed Forces Construction Engineers from 4 Wing, Cold Lake, Alberta, work together on a variety of construction and repair projects during their joint Deployment for Training (DFT) in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada, July 16 to 30, 2017.
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Mark Correll, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Environment, Safety and Infrastructure, Headquarters Air Force, Pentagon, addresses the audience during the 2017 Planning and Programming Summit. Planning and programming summit focuses on “shared way forward”
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center's Planning and Integration Directorate hosted a three-day summit to discuss enterprise initiatives, and planning and programming portfolios.
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