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  • Minot event supports breast cancer research

    About 200 Airmen and family members gathered here to raise awareness of breast cancer during an event in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month Oct. 24. The event, titled "Voices of Breast Cancer: Inspiring Hope, Supporting a Cure," included a health fair, lunch, the touching testimony of several cancer survivors, and a spirited auction
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  • "Americans with Disabilities: Ready for the Global Workforce"

    October marks National Disability Employment Awareness Month across the country as well as here at Minot Air Force Base. Congress designated each October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and the Office of Disability Employment Policy has the lead in planning NDEAM activities and materials to increase the public's awareness of the
  • National Red Ribbon Week celebrates drug-free lifestyles

    Starting Monday through Oct. 31, the Minot Air Force Base community joins people across the country in celebrating a drug-free lifestyle during the 20th annual National Red Ribbon Week. "As a symbol of the united and visible commitment to a drug-free America, red ribbons will be placed around the base by volunteers and activities will be held to
  • CFC kicks off Monday

    The 2006 Combined Federal Campaign begins Monday and runs until Nov. 15. This year, Minot's campaign goal is $111,700. Last year, the goal for the base was $110,000 and the total amount raised was $144,000. Established in 1961, the CFC is the largest workplace charity campaign in the country and the only campaign authorized to solicit and collect
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  • Commanders, civilians learn facts about NSPS

    Commanders and civilians on base recently learned the latest information about the National Security Personnel System, the Department of Defense's new civilian personnel management system. "This is about change and change requires leadership," said Brig. Gen. James Kowalski, Air Combat Command leader who briefed commanders here Oct 3. According to
  • CCAF graduating class sets new Minot record

    The largest graduating class in the history of Minot Air Force Base graduated Friday in a ceremony at the Jimmy Doolittle Center. One-hundred and twenty-four graduates received their Community College of the Air Force diplomas from Col. Thomas Klincar, CCAF commandant. "As members of CCAF's 2006 fall graduating class, you join the ranks of 245,000
  • Major changes to make base recycling more efficient

    Recyclable items such as aluminum, plastic, glass, steel and tin are no longer accepted at the base recycling center or for residential pickup due to contractual changes. Under the terms of the new contract, which went into effect Sunday, only some paper products will be accepted for recycling. Products such as paper towels, napkins, tissue paper,
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