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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Anthony Salvatore, 376th EOSS commander, who is deployed from Andrews AFB, Md., and a native of Denver, Colo.
The Air Force Historical Foundation will sponsor its biennial symposium on Thursday and Friday, November 17-18, 2011, on the theme Air Power and Global Operations: 9/11 and Beyond, at the Air Force Conference Center, Andrews AFB, MD. Following the Symposium the Foundation will host its annual presentation of awards at a luncheon at Andrews.
DoD Joint Services Open House Andrews AFB, Md. May 20-22
Kurt Ponsor, a helicopter pilot with the 1st Helicopter Squadron, 316th Wing, Andrews AFB, Md. "Everyone has different strengths and that was interesting to see.
A hail storm inflicted Class A damage on three C-130T Hercules of VR-53 and two C-37B Gulfstreams of VR-1 at Andrews AFB, Md., on 31 May.
Jumper was expected to retire after 39 years of service at an Andrews AFB, MD, ceremony Sept.
Air Force gainers include Little Rock AFB, Ark.; Peterson AFB, Colo.; Scott AFB, III.; Andrews AFB, Md.; and Shaw AFB, S.C.
Williamson, "OSI in Iran, 1966-1979" (Andrews AFB, MD: AFOSI History Office, 2004), v-vi.
The symposium will take place at the Air Force Conference Center, Andrews AFB, MD, and will feature panels of historians, analysts, and leaders who have directed air operations in this period.
* 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, Md. (C-20B, C-32A, C-37A, C-40B, VC-25A)
Willie Epperson of the 459th AES, Andrews AFB, Md. "Everyone has to be able to work on all three airframes: the C-130, C-17 and KC-135."
* Facility Design: passenger terminal canopy and force protection facility at Andrews AFB, Md., and consolidated support facility at Barnes Air National Guard Base, Mass.