The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 26.09.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 26.09.1980, Blaðsíða 1
WHITE September 26, 1980 Volume 23, Number 38 Keflavik, Iceland FALCON News briefs Lutheran service tomorrow The NATO Base Lutheran com- munity will gather for a service of Holy Communion at 5:15 p.m., Saturday at the Base Chapel. Chaplain Thomas Benedum will con- duct the service and may be reached at 4111/4211 for more in- formation regarding the service or the Lutheran confirmation class which is offered for children in the seventh grade and up. Sunday School anniversary The NATO Base Chapel community will celebrate the 200th anniver- sary of the Sunday School Movement this Sunday at 11 a.m. at the Base Chapel. Sales Store closes The Hobby Center's Sales Store will be closed Monday through Fri- day for annual inventory. 'ew worship service offered Sunday, the Base Chapel will haugurate a weekly Full Gospel Pentecostal service of worship at 2:30 p.m. Fire Inspection Schedule Thi» week's Home Fire Preven- tion Inspection Schedule is: Mon- day, 9:30 a.m., 646, 647, 1031, 1033, 1035 & 1037; 1 p.m., 1032, 1034 & 1036; 3:30 p.m., 1038,1040, 1041 & 1042. Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., 1039, 1043, 1044 & 1045; 1 p.m., 1046, 1047, 1048 & 1050; 3:30 p.m., 1049, 1051 & 1053. Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.,1052,1054, 1055 & 1057 a & b; 1 p.m., 1057 c & d, 1056, 1058 & 1060; 3:30 p.m. 1059, 1061 & 1063. Thursday, 9:30 a.m., 1065, 1067 4 1069; 1 p.m., 1062 a-c, 1064 & 1066; 3:30 p.m., 1062 d-f, 1071, 1073 & 1075 a-d. Friday, 9:30 a.m., 1075 e & f, 1077, 1079 & 1081; 1 p.m., 1083, 1085 a-c; 3:30 p.m., 1085D & 1087. Reflector schedule The AIMD Paraloft, located in Hangar 831, will be sewing reflec- tive tape on military and civilian ckets for the following commands October: Dental/Medical from 1-3; Marine Barracks from 6-10; Public Works from Oct. 13-15. tiv« Outstanding Station of '79 NCS receives top award Rear Admiral Richard A. Martini, Commander Iceland Defense Force, pre- sented the Defense Communication Systems Outstanding Station of the Year award for 1979 to the Naval Communications Station during a special awards ceremony held recently. Significant events of 1979 lead- ing to CommSta's selection as out- standing station included a 99.91% station operating reliability; in- stallation of uninterrupted power source; the reporting efficiency of the satellite terminal; and the im- plementation of 48 telecommunication service orders. CommSta's Sailor/Petty Officer of the Quarter, RMSA Normon Douglas and IT1 Dillard Adams, were honored later in the ceremony by Captain Bennett D. Katz, Commanding Officer of the Communications Station. RM2 Kenneth Jones received a let- ter of Commendation from his last command, the Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado. Good Conduct awards were presented to RMC William Shelley, RM1 Ronald Haigler, RM2 Mark Harding and RM3 Angelia Renfroe. 57th FIS personnel honored Fifty-six members of the 57th Fighter Interceptor Squadron were honored recently by Lt.Col. Charles R. Mordan, 57th commander, during ceremonies held at the 57th FIS headquarters. Capt. Robert K. Lowery and SMSgt. Steve A. Auer were recognized for their achievements and were presented the Air Force Meritorious Medal. Air Force Commendation Medals were awarded to Capt. Steven L. Blattner, Capt. Thomas J. Watson, Capt. Thomas R. Wheeler, MSGt. James F. Paxton, MSgt. Ronald G. Severson, TSgt. John H. Beck Jr., TSgt. Leo P. Bourque, TSgt. Richard A Diety, TSgt. Richard J. Moriarty, TSgt. James E. Smejkal, George A. Vittetow, SSgt. Charles D. Barlow, SSgt. Joseph P. Morquardt, SSgt. Richard E. Thompson, SSgt. Eric E. Veenker, SSgt. Terry Morales, SrA. Robert L. Martin and SrA David con't. on page 3 RADM Richard A. Martini, ComlceDe- For, presents the 1979 Outstanding Communications Station of the Yeir award to CW03 Dennis Porter. (Pho- to by PH3 Joel Bugner) TSgt. Thomas R. Smith, TSgt. SSgt. Michael E. Collins, Reeves Jr., SSgt. Michael L. L. Warfield, Sgt. Juan M. M. Pickens. Santa and Capt. Smith to reopen Toyland tomorrow When Capt. Peter T. Smith, Com- manding Officer, Naval Station Keflavik, joins with Santa Claus in the ribbon-cutting ceremony at Toy- land tomorrow at 10 a.m., it will not only mark the reopening of that popular facility, but it will sig- nify the beginning of important im- provements and additions to the Navy Exchange facilities. Besides the renovating of Toy- land, the Navy Exchange is expanding its warehouse space, will convert the Viking Cafeteria into a family restauraunt, and a book store is going to be constructed in the Mini Mart. Parents of the NATO Base—hold on to your children. A newly renovated "better-than-ever" Toyland will open its doors tomorrow and offer more toys than ever before. The re- modeling project of Toyland has been con't. on page 4


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