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Capt. Tim Hubler, 43d Air Mobility Operations Group executive officer, proudly displays his tickets to the Atlanta Braves vs. Miami Marlins baseball game, to be played here July 3. He will join hundreds of Pope Airmen and thousands of Soldiers at the game -- the first MLB regular season game played on an active military installation.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Marc Barnes) Baseball maniac: Pope Airman pumped for MLB game
Air Force Capt. Tim Hubler loves baseball. If his family and career didn't keep him busy here, you might find him bouncing from one baseball stadium to the next, savoring the sights and sounds of America's pastime while following his favorite major league team from city to city.
0 7/02
2016
Default Air Force Logo The 43rd and Operation New Life
While recently on a temporary duty assignment to Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., I discovered an interesting bit of 43rd Airlift Wing history in the archives of the Air Force Historical Research Agency. Imbedded in a wing history from 1975 was a 64-page after action report on the Wing's involvement in Operation New Life, the support and airlift of
0 6/04
2010
Default Air Force Logo Pope Airmen participate in Dorm Council
Pope Airmen meet monthly in their bay room to discuss issues they face and ways to improve quality of life for all dorm residents. More than 330 of Pope's Airmen live in the dorms and they have come together to develop improvements for their standard of living. The Dorm Council, which consists of Airmen who live in the dorm, is an organization that
0 4/09
2010
Airman 1st Class Deaven Randolph, 43rd Comptroller Squadron and Senior Airman Lee Ford, 43rd Aerial Port Squadron, race to take control of the ball during a soccer game April 6. The 43rd CPTS meet throughout the week to conduct PT.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/ 2nd Lt. Cammie Quinn) 43rd CPTS sets the bar high for PT
Pope Airmen are transitioning to the new Air Force Fitness Program testing cycle that promotes and supports a year-round fitness culture."The chief of staff wants a fitness program that is clear, understandable, and much simpler, and we are assisting AMC Airmen with the transition to the new program," said Capt. Heather Sullivan, deputy chief for
0 4/09
2010
The Air Force Assistance Fund supports four official Air Force charities: The Air Force Aid Society, the Air Force Enlisted Village Indigent Widows' Fund, the Air Force Village Indigent Widows' Fund and the General and Mrs. Curtis E. LeMay Foundation. (U. S. Air Force graphic) The best help money can't buy
Cancer can be emotionally devastating and financially draining, but for one Pope family, the Air Force Assistance Fund provided the comfort, support and assistance necessary to stay afloat. The Air Force Aid Society is an official charity of the Air Force and assists in relieving financial emergencies encountered by active duty members and their
0 4/08
2010
Col. Craig Berlette, 43rd Airlift Wing Vice Wing Commander, presents the Commander’s Coin to Capt. Nate Cook, 43rd AW, on behalf of Col. James Johnson, 43rd AW Commander, April 6. Captain Cook is the Chief of Wing Plans and Inspections. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Cammie Quinn) Coining Pope's Finest
Col. Craig Berlette, 43rd Airlift Wing Vice Commander, presented the Commander's Coin on behalf of Col. James Johnson, 43rd AW Commander, to Capt. Nate Cook, 43rd AW, April 6, for his exceptional performance beyond the call of duty. Captain Cook is the Chief of Wing Plans and Inspections and is also a C-130 Aircraft Commander.Captain Cook's job
0 4/08
2010
(U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Todd Wivell) Teamwork - the bedrock of Combat Control
Editor's Note: Combat Control Students are identified by their rank and first name only. This is part two of a 13 part series.It has been one full week since the 21 trainees started their newest phase of training to become combat controllers. With one week down and 12 more to go at Pope's Combat Control School, the trainees have found out that this
0 12/28
2009
(U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Todd Wivell) To Exceed the Standard
Editor's Note: Combat Control Students are identified by their rank and first name only. This is part one of a 13 part series."To Exceed the Standard" is the motto and goal of those who have the honor to wear the red beret of the combat controller. It is the way of the combat controller and it is the way the next 21 trainees hoped to learn as they
0 12/28
2009
Default Air Force Logo Navigating through another week of Combat Control School
Editor's note: Some combat control instructors and all students are identified by their rank and first name only. This is part six of a 13-part series. Imagine being stuck in the woods, not knowing where you are, trying to find your way out and not knowing a great deal about navigation. You are given the tools to succeed, blocks of training and
0 12/28
2009
Default Air Force Logo BRAC: Historical Perspective
After reading Chappy's article last week about what the chapel does and will continue to do on base post-BRAC, I found myself disagreeing with what he said on one important issue. Chappy said "we won't let BRAC define who we are." From a historical perspective, BRAC perfectly defines who we are. Let me explain.While there are, no doubt, significant
0 11/19
2009
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