Andrews Air Force Base

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Andrews Air Force Base,

U.S. military installation, 4,279 acres (1,732 hectares), central Md., est. 1943. It is the chief military airport of Washington, D.C., as well as the headquarters for the air force's high-priority airlift command.
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Initially, our promotion will begin at Fort Lewis, WA; McChord AFB, WA; Travis AFB, CA; Fort Hood, TX; Lackland AFB, TX; Fort Leonard Wood, MO; Fort Campbell, KY; Andrews AFB, MD; Eglin AFB, FL; and Fort Bragg, NC.
We've been very busy on a number of fronts lately--nominating a new class for the Board, helping prepare a new book on World War II, selecting book and article award winners, choosing our Spaatz and Holley Award recipients for this year, upgrading our website, even doing some extensive housecleaning at our office at Andrews AFB.
Last month, this meant spending over 24 hours escorting three pallets of cash--a total of $750M--from Andrews AFB to downtown Baghdad.
A proposal to hold a Tennis Tournament fundraiser at Andrews AFB was presented to the members.
Kirkland said she prefers to remain at Andrews AFB, where she has served her entire Reserve career, which began in 1975.
Instead of returning to the United States aboard the C-141, they were assigned to the C-17 transporting Lynch and others to Andrews AFB, Md.
Knight was an instructor with the USAF Nurse-Midwifery Program at Malcolm Grow USAF Medical Center, Andrews AFB, Maryland, where she also held a Joint Clinical Faculty Appointment with the Georgetown University School of Nursing.
In April 1959, he moved from Los Angeles to Andrews AFB, Maryland, to become a lieutenant general commanding ARDC.
Drawhorn, Superintendent, Financial Management, HQ AFOSI/FM, Andrews AFB MD (over 31 years of service) (No Photo Available)
Technical Sergeant Byron is assigned to the 459th Airlift Wing Office of Public Affairs, Andrews AFB, Md.
Andrews AFB in Maryland and The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) at Bolling AFB in Washington DC proactively positioned MDFP's at their ECPs as well.
While driving near Andrews AFB recently, I saw a huge airplane crossing the highway on final approach.