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The White Falcon - 25.04.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 25.04.1980, Blaðsíða 1
Volume 23, Number 16 April 25, 1980 News briefs NavSta medical exam tomorrow Tomorrow 9 a.m. Naval Station personnel over 30 years of age should report to the Emergency Room for physical examinations. According to a recent Naval Station instruction promoting the aerobics physical fitness program, personnel who are over 30 years old and have not had a physical exam in the last six months or who have complicating medical prob- lems, need physical exams. These examinations will deter- mine an individual's ability to participate in the aerobics pro- gram. EKG's and a modified stress test will be done when indicated. Please call the hospital ap- pointment desk 3301/3302/3235 for details. Dr. Ernstmeyer visits base The Rev. Dr. Milton S. Ernst- meyer, Assistant Executive Direc- tor of the Division of Service to Military Personnel for the Luther- an Council in the United States of America, will be aboard the NATO Base Wednesday April 30 and Thurs- day May 1. He will meet with Lutheran chaplains Lt. Col. Charles E. Sea- strunk and Lt. Cmdr. Thomas J. Benedum. Dr. Ernstmeyer will make a courtesy call to His Grace Sig- urbjorn Einarsson, Bishop of Ice- land. There will be a reception for all Lutheran personnel Thursday 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel Fellowship Hall which will provide an oppor- tunity for all to meet Rev. Ernst- meyer . DOD show commences "Billy Ford and his Thuhder- birds," a DOD show, will be pre- senting a variety show featuring disco, rock, and top 40 hits. They will be aboard the NATO Base Monday April 28 through Saturday May 3. The show's schedule will be: Tuesday, April 29, 7 p.m. at the Andrews Theater; Wednesday April 30, noon performance at Hofn and 8 p.m. performance at the Officer's Club; Thursday, May 1, 4 p.m. per- formance at Rockville and a 9 p.m. show at the Top of the Rock Club; Friday, May 2, noon show at the USO Club and at 8 p.m. at the Windbreaker Club. Price new Commander for 960th Major (Lt. Col. Selectee) Joseph A. Price III will relieve Lt. Col. James R. Sterk as Commander, 960th Airborne Warning and Control Support Squadron, in ceremonies to be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Building 881, the 960th AWACSS Aerospace Ground Equipment (AGE) Branch. Major Price was born January 31, 1943 in Savannah, Ga., and graduated from H. V. Henkins High School in 1960. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Georgia in 1964 and his Masters degree in Education and Counseling from the University of Southern California in August of 1975. Major Price completed Officer Training School in November, 1964. His initial assignment was to the 1370th Photo Mapping Wing at Turner Air Force Base, Albany, Ga., where he served as Wing Training Officer. He attended pilot training at Laugh- lin Air Force Base, Texas, receiving his wings in February, 1968. Fol- lowing pilot training he was assign- ed to the 553rd Reconnaissance Wing at Korat Air Base, Thailand, In October 1976 Major Price was assigned to the 552nd Airborne Warn- ing and Control Wing where he served as the Chief of Flight Training in the 966th Airborne Warning and Con- 350 attend "Discovering Iceland" Each night during National Lib- rary week a crowd packed the Station Library to enjoy the "Discovering Iceland" programs. Total attendance was over 350. A broad range of subjects was covered, but most people will remem- ber the details, such as how Ice- landic campers cooked eggs in their socks by dipping them into hot streams, or how it feels to see mol- ten lava inch down a street in a de- serted town. The response of those who attend- ed was overwhelmingly positive. Af- ter the formal program and question time ended each night, the speaker was surrounded by people with still more questions and comments. One patron called the programs "the cul- tural event of the year" on base. Interest in the library's Icelandic section has shown a marked increase. trol Training Squadron, and as Chief of Wing Standardization/Evaluation Division. During this period he was one of the first unit pilots to qua- lify in the E-3A; participated in the 1977 European Demonstration of the E-3A; and was the first wing as- signed pilot to achieve 1,000 hours in the E-3A. Major Price has accumulated over 5,700 hours in the EC-121, KC-121, KC-135, KC-135 and E-3A aircraft. Major Price's military awards and decorations include the Disting- uished Flying Cross, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal with 11 Oak Leaf Clusters, and the Air Force Commendation Medal. The unpredictable effects of inflation preclude the continued use of standard taxi fares on the Apreed Area. In the near future taxis aboard the NATO Rase will be exclusively using the meter sys- tem. The article on na"e five ex- plains this system. Taxi service is a convenience available to you, and to avoid confusion concerning its costs you should thoroughly familiarise yourself with the sys- tem.

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