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Tech Sgt. Lesley Thomas, a member of the 137 Air Refueling Wing's Finance Office, poses with his rap group's latest CD, "Church Shaka," by Mobsters of Light.  Sgt. Thomas says MOL performs across the country in churches, concerts, alternative schools and juvenile centers. Giving the church a good rap
Combining military duty with a civilian job can be a balancing act, but throw in parenthood, church leadership and rapping and life is never boring for Technical Sgt. Lesley Thomas, a travel pay technician for the 137 Air Refueling Wing.Thomas produces the music for the rap group Mobsters of Light, along with performing and writing lyrics. "My
0 9/12
2010
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Israel Poire, 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron structural journeyman, practices his guitar May 28, 2010 at an air base in Southwest Asia. The fingerstyle guitarist is a Mustang, Okla. native deployed from the 137th Civil Engineer Squadron at Will Rogers Air National Guard Base, Okla. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Lakisha Croley/Released) Oklahoma Airman entertains troops overseas
Surrounded by a sea of darkness, the 28-year-old Airman is well aware of the hundreds of eyes watching his every move. He has been in this situation many times before, but somehow, this time feels different.With quiet composure, he plays the opening notes to the classic rock hit, "Bohemian Rhapsody," his adorers joining his melodic guitar solo with
0 7/25
2010
Default Air Force Logo Simple steps to wrap up UCI preparations
This is the last drill before the Unit Compliance inspection.  Every member from airman basic to colonel must be proactive with last minute preparations.  First impressions can set the stage for the entire inspection, so the wing must put its best foot forward.G.I. PARTY: Everyone should take a walk through their squadrons and work centers.  Remove
0 6/05
2010
Default Air Force Logo Protect your family against trafficking at home
Law enforcement  is discovering that the Internet is not only used by traffickers to market children for sex, through venues such as private chat rooms, but traffickers are also using the MySpace and Facebook to lure kids by posing as friends.Through a process called "grooming", traffickers work to gain children's trust for up to one year, until
0 6/05
2010
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