The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 01.09.1978, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 01.09.1978, Blaðsíða 1
WkbbsP&klam Volume 34, Number 35 Keflavik, Iceland September 1, 1978 MG Moore tours Keflavik MAJOR GENERAL William G. Moore, Commander-in-Chief Military Air- lift Command, and his wife, Suzanne, are greeted by (left to right): Rear Admiral Richard A. Martini, Commander Iceland De- fense Force, Colonel J. C. Davis, IDF Chief of Staff, and Colonel Paul D. Wagoner, Commander Air Forces Iceland. MG Moore toured MAC units in Iceland last week, (photo by PHAN Ed Coe) 57th FIS to compete in Phantom category Fifty-nine 57th Fighter Inter- ceptor Squadron personnel are scheduled to participate in the William Tell competition at Tyndall AFB, FL, Sept. 15 through Oct. 6. The weapons meet, sponsored every two years by the Aerospace Defense Command (ADCOM), gives air defense units an opportunity to demonstrate their proficiency in air defense operations. Twelve teams from the Canadian Forces, ADCOM, Tactical Air Com- mand, United States Air Forces in Europe, Pacific Air Forces and the Air National Guard will com- pete. The 57th FIS will compete in the F-A "Phantom" category. Other units in this class are: 33rd Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW), Eglin AFB, FL; 86th TFW, Ramstein Air Base, Germany; 3rd TFW, Clark Air Base, Philippines and the 119th Fighter Interceptor Group, Fargo Air National Guard Base, Fargo, ND. FIRE INSPECTORS Njall Skarphedinsson and Thordur Kristjansson chat with NBS personality Marc Streeter about the Naval Station Fire Department home fire hazard prevention program. (photo by JOSA Paula Ritrovato)

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