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Through satellite systems, high-powered radars and jet-interceptors, NORAD will track Santa Claus as he makes his Christmas Eve journey around the world. (U.S. Air Force graphic) NORAD will track Santa Claus Christmas Eve night
Team Vance members, young and old, can follow Santa Claus’s epic Dec. 24 journey on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube or at the North American Aerospace Defense Command Tracks Santa website – www.noradsanta.org.
0 12/15
2016
Roberto Guerrero, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Operational Energy, discusses the part Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma, plays in producing an energy-aware culture. Team Vance teaches student pilots how to shave more than 6 percent off their fuel consumption on cross-country sorties and 3 percent on local flights. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Mark Harrell) Team Vance plays big part in producing energy-aware culture
Team Vance played a big part in producing energy-aware culture by teaching student pilots how to shave more than 6 percent off their fuel consumption on cross-country sorties and 3 percent on local flights.
0 12/14
2016
Santa and Mrs. Claus visited with Team Vance children Dec. 10 during "Snapshots with Santa" in Hangar 170, at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma. (U.S. Air Force photo/ David Poe) Santa's in town for photos, cookies
More than 300 Team Vance members greeted Santa and Mrs. Claus at Hangar 170 on Vance Air Force Base Dec. 10.
0 12/13
2016
Eisenhower Elementary School students entertain the on-base crowd with holiday songs at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma, Sept. 5. Team Vance formally marked the beginning of the holiday season with a tree lighting and community get-together. (U.S. Air Force photo by David Poe) Base lights Christmas Tree, shares songs, hot chocolate
Two singers with the Eisenhower Elementary School choir helped the wing commander throw the switch Monday evening that lit 600 lights on the base Christmas Tree at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma..
0 12/07
2016
Senior Airman Lizzette Kriner, with the 3rd Flying Training Squadron, accepts the John L. Levitow Award from Col. Darrell Judy, left, 71st Flying Training Wing commander, during the Airman Leadership School Class 17A graduation ceremony Nov. 9 at the Vance Collocated Club, Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma. To the right is Chief Master Sgt. Jeffrey Wilson, the 71st FTW command chief. The Levitow Award is the most prestigious award an Airman can earn in enlisted professional military education. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Tech. Sgt. James Bolinger) ALS Class 17A produces 16 future front-line supervisors
Sixteen Vance senior airmen graduated Airman Leadership School in Class 17A Nov. 9 during a ceremony at the Vance Collocated Club.
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