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First ever Bob “The Dog” Shaw Classic held at RAF AlconburyFirst ever Bob  ...
First ever Bob “The Dog” Shaw Classic held at RAF Alconbury

RAF ALCONBURY, United Kingdom – Albert Lamboy, Peterborough Saxons defensive back, intercepts a pass from Jonathan Randolph, Cambridgeshire Cats quarterback, during the first quarter of the first ever Bob "The Dog" Shaw Classic May 12 at the RAF Alconbury football field. These two teams have a history of playing each other for years and consider each other rivals. Both teams also have military personnel from RAF Alconbury, RAF Molesworth, RAF Mildenhall and RAF Lakenheath playing alongside British players. Coach Bob Shaw was a part of both teams as an offensive line coach for both the Saxons and Cats, and was the head coach for the Cats. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Stives)
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Posted: 5/16/2013

First ever Bob “The Dog” Shaw Classic held at RAF AlconburyFirst ever Bob  ...
First ever Bob “The Dog” Shaw Classic held at RAF Alconbury

RAF ALCONBURY, United Kingdom – Members of the Peterborough Saxons and Cambridgeshire Cats stand at midfield before kickoff of the first ever Bob "The Dog" Shaw Classic May 12 at the RAF Alconbury football field. These two teams have a history of playing each other for years and consider each other rivals. Both teams also have military personnel from RAF Alconbury, RAF Molesworth, RAF Mildenhall and RAF Lakenheath playing alongside British players. Coach Bob Shaw was a part of both teams as an offensive line coach for both the Saxons and Cats, and was the head coach for the Cats. The game was scheduled to show support for Shaw’s battle with cancer, however Shaw lost the battle the morning of the game. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Stives)
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Alconbury Elementary students answer questions with Science FairAlconbury  ...
Alconbury Elementary students answer questions with Science Fair

RAF ALCONBURY, United Kingdom – Students from Alconbury Elementary School held the Alconbury ES Science Fair May 15. The theme was “The Scientific Process” and answered questions such as Can worms survive in different environments? Will plants grow when fed Dr. Pepper? Does a girl have a better memory than a boy does? Entries included Individual student projects, class projects and family projects. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Chrissy Best)
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Alconbury Elementary students answer questions with Science FairAlconbury  ...
Alconbury Elementary students answer questions with Science Fair

RAF ALCONBURY, United Kingdom – Students from Alconbury Elementary School held the Alconbury ES Science Fair May 15. The theme was “The Scientific Process” and answered questions such as Can worms survive in different environments? Will plants grow when fed Dr. Pepper? Does a girl have a better memory than a boy does? Entries included Individual student projects, class projects and family projects. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Chrissy Best)
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Alconbury Elementary students answer questions with Science Fair

RAF ALCONBURY, United Kingdom – Samuel Jurca talks about his experiment with how music affects plant growth during the Alconbury ES Science Fair at the Alconbury Elementary School May 15. The theme was “The Scientific Process” and answered questions such as Can worms survive in different environments? Will plants grow when fed Dr. Pepper? Does a girl have a better memory than a boy does? Entries included Individual student projects, class projects and family projects. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Chrissy Best)
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Alconbury Elementary students answer questions with Science Fair

RAF ALCONBURY, United Kingdom – Traver Cranfill drops sodium bicarbonate into a bottle of water to see how many bubbles form on top of the water during the Alconbury ES Science Fair at the Alconbury Elementary School May 15. The theme was “The Scientific Process” and answered questions such as Can worms survive in different environments? Will plants grow when fed Dr. Pepper? Does a girl have a better memory than a boy does? Entries included Individual student projects, class projects and family projects. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Chrissy Best)
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501st CSW Innovator of the Month - March 2013501st CSW  ...
501st CSW Innovator of the Month - March 2013

RAF ALCONBURY, United Kingdom – Staff Sgt. Adam Wright, 423rd Civil Engineer Squadron horizontal shop, was recently named the 501st Combat Support Wing Innovator of the Month for March. The Small Project Initiative funding to establish a new Non Appropriated Funds eatery at Building 503 on RAF Molesworth didn’t include the cost to improve the existing parking area to meet the increased parking demand. The cost to construct a new asphalt parking area required an additional $20,000. Wright recognized this shortfall and devised a plan to get asphalt millings from the contractor currently re-paving roads at RAF Molesworth. He also cooperated with the programs flight staff and DIO to ensure the proper contract authority was followed in re-utilizing the materials. The reuse of the asphalt millings eliminated the poor surface conditions and extensive water ponding. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Chrissy Best)
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Posted: 5/14/2013

Croughton Elementary School places birdhouses for Earth DayCroughton  ...
Croughton Elementary School places birdhouses for Earth Day

RAF CROUGHTON, United Kingdom – Croughton Elementary School students place their birdhouses in trees in the RAF Croughton Nature Reserve May 10. The students built the birdhouses in honor of Earth Month. The nature reserve is right of RAF Croughton and is managed by the 422nd Air Base Group environmental department. To access the reserve, call the environmental department at 236-8456. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Stives)
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Posted: 5/13/2013

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Croughton Elementary School places birdhouses for Earth Day

RAF CROUGHTON, United Kingdom – Croughton Elementary School students gather their birdhouses after participating in treasure hunt at the RAF Croughton Nature Reserve May 10. The students built the birdhouses in honor of Earth Month. The nature reserve is right of RAF Croughton and is managed by the 422nd Air Base Group environmental department. To access the reserve, call the environmental department at 236-8456. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Stives)
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Croughton Elementary School places birdhouses for Earth Day

RAF CROUGHTON, United Kingdom – Croughton Elementary School students participate in a treasure hunt at the RAF Croughton Nature Reserve May 10. The nature reserve is right of RAF Croughton and is managed by the 422nd Air Base Group environmental department. To access the reserve, call the environmental department at 236-8456. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Stives)
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Croughton Elementary School places birdhouses for Earth Day

RAF CROUGHTON, United Kingdom – Croughton Elementary School students watch a slug crawl across the ground during a treasure hunt at the RAF Croughton Nature Reserve May 10. The nature reserve is right of RAF Croughton and is managed by the 422nd Air Base Group environmental department. To access the reserve, call the environmental department at 236-8456. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Stives)
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Croughton Elementary School places birdhouses for Earth DayCroughton  ...
Croughton Elementary School places birdhouses for Earth Day

RAF CROUGHTON, United Kingdom – Croughton Elementary School students participate in a treasure hunt at the RAF Croughton Nature Reserve May 10. The nature reserve is right of RAF Croughton and is managed by the 422nd Air Base Group environmental department. To access the reserve, call the environmental department at 236-8456. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Stives)
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Posted: 5/13/2013

    

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