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Default Air Force Logo 2016 Annual Water Quality Report
We are once again proud to present our annual water quality report covering all testing performed between January 1 and December 31, 2016. Over the years, we have dedicated ourselves to producing drinking water that meets all state and federal standards. We continually strive to adopt new methods for delivering the best-quality drinking water to
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2017
Default Air Force Logo 2015 Annual Water Quality Report
We are once again proud to present our annual water quality report covering all testing performed between January 1 and December 31,2015. Over the years, we have dedicated ourselves to producing drinking water that meets all state and federal standards. We continually strive to adopt new methods for delivering the best-quality drinking water to
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2016
Col. Arthur P. Wunder, 102nd Intelligence Wing Office of Transformation What is Cyber ISR?
You're on a dark desert highway; cool wind in your hair...Up ahead in the distance you see some shimmering lights...*...and then they all go dark...What happened, did someone take out a utility pole? Was the generating capacity of the local electrical power plant exceeded? Or, perhaps, did something more nefarious occur? How would you know? How
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2016
Default Air Force Logo 2014 Annual Water Quality Report
We are once again proud to present our annual water quality report covering all testing performed between January 1 and December 31,2014. Over the years, we have dedicated ourselves to producing drinking water that meets all state and federal standards. We continually strive to adopt new methods for delivering the best-quality drinking water to
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2015
Jill Garvin, Wing Director of Psychological Health Holiday Stress and Depression
The stress of the holidays triggers sadness and depression for many people. This time of year is especially difficult because there's an expectation of feeling merry and generous. People compare their emotions to what they assume others are experiencing or what they're supposed to feel. Then they think that they alone fall short. They judge
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2014
Col. Virginia I. Doonan, 102nd Intelligence Wing vice commander Taking Time for Important Things
This has been one busy year!  In 2014, we had numerous units deploy, Engineering & Installation, Civil Engineers, Security Forces, Intelligence, as well as others, and many of them are on the road still.  Countless exercises to include:  our first-ever domestic-operations (DOMOPS) exercise in June, Red Flag, Green Flag, Silver Flag, CERF-P
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2014
102nd Intelligence Wing Chaplain, Lt.  Col. David Berube Practicing Healthy Behaviors
Many of us grew up with the Tales of Christopher Robin, Winnie the Pooh, and Tigger.  And let us not forget about the grumpy and gloomy Eeyore, the grey donkey who thinks the worst in any given situation.  Although loveable, he represents the pessimist among us, viewing the world through brown tinted glasses.  In uncertain times, it is easy for
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Message from the Command Chief
It is hard to believe that a year has gone by since I last wrote in the Seagull.  During my first year as your Command Chief, I've had the honor to speak with some of our enlisted Airmen, Non-commissioned Officers, and junior Officers to find out their goals, future career plans, and their strategy for being successful military members.  It has
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2014
Jill Garvin, Wing Director of Psychological Health Coping with Grief
Since I started working here at the 102nd, I have been struck by the amount of losses at the wing.For 8 years, I worked for a program that dealt with sudden loss and grief.This was a profound experience for me, both personally and professionally.  I immersed myself in the literature about grief and loss and learned a great deal from daily
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2014
102nd Intelligence Wing Chaplain, Lt.  Col. David Berube Resiliency
In the Guideposts booklet, "Resiliency," author Ken Sampson offers 31 ways to build resilience.  Resilience, as you know, is the ability to bounce back.  It's about gaining and maintaining the strength, coping skills, and resources to continue a healthy, forward moving life.  Here are some threads from Chaplain Sampson's thoughts -Spend time with
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2014
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