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  • Wyvern Gaming

    The first Aviano Gaming Group free monthly gaming tournament was held for Aviano personnel on Feb. 22 at the La Bella Vista Club.
  • 2020 Defender Challenge

    “The model defender possesses the qualities that 99% of wyvern defenders exhibit each day: discipline…in thought and action; physically and mentally ready to conquer the challenges of dynamic operating environments; lethal…superior in tactics, smarter than the enemy, and deadly behind the trigger,” said Chief Master Sgt. Lawrence J. Kirkley, the 31st Security Forces Squadron manager.
  • Aviano Starts Combatives Program

    The first Aviano Air Base U.S. Air Force Combatives Program class graduated Feb. 13, at the Wyvern Fitness Center. Seventeen participants graduated the basic warrior course.
  • Aviano’s STEM Junk Box Challenge

    The Aviano Elementary School held a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math challenge on Jan. 8, 2020. The STEM Junk Box is a monthly challenge that the school holds for their students to practice out-of-the-box thinking and creative problem solving.
  • Best and Bravest: Aviano EOD

    A job for the best and bravest, they do what needs to be done to keep others safe. “Who are they" you might ask?
  • Exceptional Leader Spotlight: Reflection from the end

    When you finally reach the top, a reflection from the past often shows the great accomplishments, the painful obstacles and the image of who we hoped to be.
  • Exceptional Leader Spotlight: Reflection from the beginning

    Looking into the mirror are you satisfied with the reflection gazing back, are you where you want to be?
  • New Pavilion for Aviano Dorm Airmen

    Dorm management held a grand opening ceremony at the dorm campus center on Dec. 13 for a new pavilion constructed for dorm Airmen.
  • Exercise: Crashed damaged disabled aircraft recovery

    U.S. Airmen from the 31st Maintenance Squadron unhook a F-16 Fighting Falcon from a 60 ton crane at Aviano Air Base, Italy, Nov. 16, 2019. The lifting sling and guide ropes were used to keep the F-16 stable during the lift. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ericka A. Woolever).
  • Making History

    It was quiet, one could feel the stillness in the air, as about 1,000 people sat in white chairs, watching history being made right before their eyes.
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