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Staff Sgt. Amber Campbell, 31st Medical Operations Squadron, takes care of her ‘patients’ at the ‘Haunted Hospital’ during  Trunk or Treat Oct 27. Aviano members decorated their vehicles  in spooky designs for the Trunk or Treaters to enjoy.  (Photo by Airman First Class Liliana Moreno) Good scare and free candy: Aviano celebrates Halloween

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2006
Col. Monty Brock, 31st Fighter Wing vice commander, makes the first purchase at Aviano’s new shoppette in the flightline area. 
The shoppette is open Mondays through Thursdays from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fridays from 6 a.m. to midnight, Saturdays from 8 a.m. to midnight, and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Photo by Senior Airman Colleen Wieman) First dollar

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2006
Default Air Force Logo Tobacco users can 'Smoke Out' Nov.16
For most people, quitting smoking can be the hardest thing they will ever have to do. Fortunately, Aviano members don't have to do it alone. The Health and Wellness Center will have a tobacco informative booth from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 16 at the Base Exchange. The booth coincides with The Great American Smoke Out, a nationally recognized day that
0 11/02
2006
Default Air Force Logo Fines, restrictions imposed for ‘five finger discount’
The Army Air Force Exchange Service security branch monitors all activity within the base exchange. With more than 25 cameras, security personnel are trained to spot anything out of the ordinary. Plain clothes workers also walk around the exchange to key in on any suspicious or inappropriate behavior. In many instances people who have attempted to
0 11/02
2006
Default Air Force Logo 712th Red Horse Flight rides off into the sunset
The 712th Red Horse Flight at Camp Darby, Italy, was deactivated Oct. 23. The flight, which had been at Camp Darby for 16 years, provided assistance to Assissi after an earthquake in September 1997 which left 4,000 people homeless. The flight also cleared 500 tons of mud after the May 1998 mudslide in Siano. "This is a unique Red Horse unit. The
0 11/02
2006
Default Air Force Logo Chill out: Avoiding sports injuries during the colder season
As the temperature drops during the long winter months, people may find it harder to stay fit to fight. Exercising can become more difficult and physical injuries may occur. "In colder weather, your body wants to keep your core body temperature regulated at 98.6 degrees," said Capt. Megan Brandt, 31st Aerospace Medicine Squadron human performance
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2006
Bob Largent, Air Force Association chairman, speaks to Airman Leadership School Airmen during his visit to Aviano Oct. 25. Mr. Largent is visiting U.S. Air Forces in Europe installations to learn the issues affecting today’s Airmen. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Liliana Moreno) AFA chairman visits Aviano
The Air Force Association chairman visited Aviano Oct. 25. Bob Largent visited the base to learn what Airmen's concerns are so he could share those concerns to Air Force leaders, members of Congress and the public. "(I am here) to learn the issues first hand from the Airmen that are serving in (U.S. Air Forces in Europe), what's important to them,
0 11/02
2006
The new Aviano Main Shoppette opened today in the flightline area. Located near the contractor gate, the shoppette is open later than the commissary and base exchange. It will offer a wide variety of merchandise and people can rent movies. (Photo by Senior Airman Colleen Wieman) New shoppette opens in Area F
Airmen visiting the flightline area have spent months watching it being built and now it's finally open. Aviano's Main Shoppette, next to the commissary and the base exchange, opened today at 8 a.m. and will remain open until midnight. "This shoppette is more convenient for the people on this side of the base," said Lorraine Davis, Aviano Main
0 10/26
2006
Default Air Force Logo Aviano Airmen receive non-judical punishment
The following is non-judicial punishment Aviano Airmen received during September: 31st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron · An airman 1st class was charged with Article 92 for failure to obey a regulation. For this misconduct, the Airman received a suspended reduction to E-2, suspended forfeiture of $200 pay for two months and a reprimand. · An airman
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Airmen can improve Air Force through IDEAs
Airmen with insight on how to increase productivity or work efficiency can use their ideas to improve their workplace and earn extra money through the Innovative Development through Employee Awareness program. The IDEA program rewards Airmen for ideas that save Air Force money and resources. Someone who has an idea that isn't within their job
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