The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 10.02.1971, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 10.02.1971, Blaðsíða 1
/,; AFI receives outstanding unit award AFI put its name on the awards list again. In ceremonies held February 5, the combined squad- rons of AFI were presented the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, because of their exceptional ser- vice from January to August last year. Specifically, the three squad- rons — the 932nd AC&W, 667th AC&M and the 57th FIS — were acknow- ledged for exceptional performance in connection with military oper- ations over the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. Their mission was executed "in hostile | environment under some of the worst weather conditions and far removed from any conventional nav- igational aids." Rear Adm. John K. Beling, ComlOF, placesthe pennant for the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award on the staff held by Sgt. Jack D. Sublett as Col. Budd H. Butcher, AFI commander, watches the ceremony* THE WHITE FALCON AFRTS survey to commence Vol. XIV, No. 10 U.S. Naval Station, Keflavik, Iceland Red lights mean business... Feb. io, 1971 at commands Friday Security reflects new emphasis Security is busy patrolling the that conspicuous red light shows too late to wonder whether you are a block back. Security has handed out 72 citations since February 1. Thir- ty-two of those were given to roads of the naval station, and if up in your rear view mirror, it is speeding or you can that stop sign speeders and 21 to stopsign run- ners. Within the elite group of (See SECURITY, Page 4) \< ' Now is the time for all good men (and women) to come to the aid of AFRTS. A radio and tele- vision survey will be distributed Friday at all commands on the base, and copies will also be distribut- ed to units of base housing with the Friday edition of the Falcon. Survey forms should be filled out as soon as possible and drop- ped in one of the boxes located around the base. The survey is being conducted to determine what defense force personnel are watching or listen- ing to, and when. The results will be used to analyze present operations and project changes for the future. The majority of the program- ming used by television and about half pf radio is received in re- gular shipments from the States and consequently constitute the bill of fare for the local audi- ence. However, AFRTS can program its material to suit the audience, and this is where the listener or viewer comes in. Carefully think about the se- lections, fill in the information and drop the survey in a box at one of the following locations: (See SURVEY, Page 3)


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