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November 18, 2005
MACDILL NEWS
 
Photo by 2nd Lt. Omar Villarreal

1st Lt. Michael Laubach asks Brig. Gen. Mark R. Zamzow a question about Force Shaping. Roughly 40 officers at MacDill will be affected.

Force Shaping means fewer officers due to congressional law

It will affect thousands of junior active duty officers, it will save the Air Force $200 million a year and it will take the meaning of one of the Air Force's core values to another level.

Tough decision: MacDill will not hold an air show in 2006
The Great American Teach-In
Prepping for the ORI
Little shop... big responsibility
War College professor briefs officers during Wingman Day
Airmen should verify deployment credit with AFPC
Gas mask fit testing change
Tampa Bay Lightning salute Bay Area Purple Heart recipients
Rally Cry
Logistics center keeps Stratotanker 'booming'
Thanksgiving hours / dinner
Diamond Sharp
Fill a tank with toys
Construction update
It's a family tradition - living with 13 siblings teaches a lot about leadership
Settlement of estate




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