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  • Your records are going online

    The Military Personnel Data System is set to go online in early December. During the transition period, which could last three weeks or more, some non-critical pay actions will be delayed until the completion of the migration, so it is highly recommended that you complete those non-critical actions prior to Nov. 15. During the planned migration,
  • Gowen firefighters respond to house fire

    Advance interagency training proves valuable. Staff Sgts. Jeffrey Sawmiller and Damon Williams were already 14 hours in to their 24-hour shift when they got the call at around 9 p.m. Sept. 23.Staff Sgts. Jeffrey Sawmiller and Damon Williams were already 14 hours in to their 24-hour shift when they got the call at around 9 p.m., Sept. 23."A" Shift
  • Policy change limits options for TRICARE children needing vaccines

    Due to recent changes in federal funding for the Vaccine for Children program, children insured solely by TRICARE will no longer receive shots through the state-funded supply.If this policy change, which went into effect Oct. 1, applies to your family, you will likely no longer be going to your clinic for your child's vaccinations, unless that
  • CBRN exchange caps off a busy 2012 in Cambodia

    Joint subject matter experts from the U.S. military shared Chemical, Biological,Radiological, and Nuclear response best practices with Royal Cambodian Armed Forces personnel Sept. 3 to 7 in Phnom Penh.Led by Airmen and Soldiers from the Idaho National Guard as part of its ongoing StatePartnership Program, a team of CBRN professionals representing
  • A-10 Pilots take aim on moving targets

    BOISE, Idaho - A scorched and holey door from a Jeep Cherokee and the melted remains of something that once resembled an engine block were all that were left after A-10 pilots from the 190th Fighter Squadron set their sights on these moving targets during a strafe training mission at Saylor Creek Range August 21. The targets were rigged with remote
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