The White Falcon

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The White Falcon - 21.03.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 21.03.1980, Blaðsíða 1
Keflavik, Iceland Volume 23 , Number 11 March 21, 1980 Local briefs Father Baily leads service Thursday Father Baily from RAF Lossie- mouth, Scotland will be on the NATO base March 27-29. He will conduct an Episcopal Church Ser- vice in the base chapel at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday. All interested personnel are invited to attend. Advisory board meeting There will be a joint Navy Ex- change/Commissary Advisory Board meeting on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in the Naval Station Conference Room. Showcase band to perform The Tactical Air Command (TAC) Showcase Band will entertain the NATO base personnel this week. Their performance schedule is: Wednesday 8 p.m., a floor show and dance combo at Rockville Consoli- dated Mess; On Thursday, a floor show, at Hofn; On Friday, 8 p.m., a floor show and dance combo at The Top of the Rock; On Saturday, noon to 1 p.m., a floor show at The Youth Center; On Saturday, 8 p.m., a floor show and dance com- bo at The Windbreaker Club; And on Tuesday, April 1, 7:30 p.m., a floor show at Andrews Theater. Upcoming Tour Office trips On Saturday, March 29, for one week to Austria; On Sunday, March 30, for three weeks to the Canary Islands; On Monday, March 31, for one week to New York. On Wednesday, April 2, for 16 days to Mallorca; On Thursday, A- pril 3, to Copenhagen until April 8; On Saturday, April 12, for one week to London; On Friday, April 18, for three weeks to Mallorca; On Saturday, April 19, for one week to London; On Saturday, April 19, for three weeks to Miami; On Sunday, April 20, for three weeks to the Canary Islands; On Thurs- day, April 24, for one week to New York; On Friday, April 25, to Lon- don until April 28; On Saturday, April 26, for one week to London. For more information about these trips, call the Tour Office at 4420 or 4200. KICKING OFF THE AIR FORCE ASSISTANCE FUND DRIVE---(center) is Col. Paul D. Wagoner, Air Forces Iceland Commander, donating by allotment; (left) 1st Lt. Sam Slep and (right) Maj. George Bauer III, The Unit Project Officer for Headquarters Air Forces Iceland, are witnessing the opening ceremonies of The Air Force Assistance Fund Campaign. How do you give to the Fund? You can give three ways. Giving to the Fund's Air Force Aid Society means loans or grants for other Blue Suiters to meet urgent family emergencies. Giving to the Fund's Air Force Enlisted Widows Home and the Fund's Air Force Village means affordable quarters for qualified surviving spouses, dependents and retirees. When giving, pick one or more of the Fund affil- iates from the three listed above. Gifts accepted in cash, checks or al- lotments. Checkley, NBS winners in contest The winners of the 1979 Thomas Jefferson awards contest for armed forces newspapers, radio and tele- vision stations were announced re- cently by the Department of Defense. The following winners in the tel- evision technical production, light- ing, set design, editing, and tech- nical effects category were: First Place---was "Col. Espinoza" program by Master Sgt. Dennis Mc- Kell, USAF., U.S. Air Forces in Europe, 7122D Broadcasting Squadron, Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany. Second Place---was "The Nightly News" program by Journalist Second Class John Checkley, USN, Navy Broadcasting Service, Detachment Eight, Keflavik, Iceland. The annual contest Is conducted by the Defense Information School, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, for the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, and it is spon- sored to stimulate and reward excel- lence and professionalism in mili- tary print and broadcast Journalism. A Thomas Jefferson bust statuette and plaque are presented to the first and second place winners who contributed the most toward the win- ning entry either as producer, writ- er, or director in the broadcast catagories. A statuette is present- ed also to the parent organization of the first place winner. Because Navy Broadcasting Ser- vice, Detachment Eight, Keflavik, Iceland, came in first place in broadcast media category of the 1979 Chief of Information Merit Award contest, they automatically became one of the Navy nominees to the Tho- mas Jefferson Awards contest. Carter page 3 bowling page 6 See photo on page 2 I

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