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  • Public Health Career Field

    1. Specialty Summary. Manages and performs public health activities and programs. Included are food safety and security inspection; sanitation; medical entomology programs; vector borne, communicable, and occupational disease prevention and control; public health medical readiness activities; and promoting and providing health education and
  • Public Speakers

    The 119th Wing Public Affairs Office maintains a speakers bureau for visits by selected military members to area events and meetings. To arrange for a speaker from the 119th Wing, contact Capt. Penny Ripperger, 119th Wing Public Affairs Officer via phone: 701-451-2195 or email: Penny.Ripperger@ndfarg.ang.af.mil.  
  • Retirees November 2008 Info Email

    HAPPY HOOLIGAN RETIREES' INFO EMAIL November 2008 ROLL CALL for all retirees at the Annual NDANG Retirees' Breakfast at the 119th Wing Aerospace Dining, Facility, Wednesday, November 5th. It's the largest retirees' event the year. Doors open at 7:00 a. m. I - Looking Ahead in November. *Wednesday, November 5th - Annual NDANG Retirees' Breakfast,

    HAPPY HOOLIGAN RETIREES' INFO EMAIL October 2008 The Annual NDANG Retirees' breakfast at the 119th Wing Aerospace Dining Facility will be on Wednesday, November 5th. This is the largest gathering of retirees of the year. Jot down this date! I - Looking Ahead in October. *Wednesday, October 1st - Fargo-Moorhead area retired Hooligans' monthly
  • Retirees Sept. 08 Info. Email

    HAPPY HOOLIGAN RETIREES' INFO EMAIL September 2008 Participation and interest in the retirees' breakfasts in the various locations has been increasing. More retirees are "getting the word" of these events and enjoying the friendship and camaraderie that we all share. I - Looking Ahead in September. *Wednesday, September 3rd - Fargo-Moorhead area
  • Safety Career Field

    1. Specialty Summary. Manages and conducts safety programs. Plans, organizes, directs, and controls safety activities. Analyzes mishap causes and trends, and assesses risk. Evaluates, inspects, and surveys areas and activities to eliminate mishap potentials. Conducts mishap investigations. Provides risk management consultation. Conducts safety
  • Security Forces Career Field

    The Security Forces (SF) Career Field performs force protection duties. SF duties require the use of force, up to and including the use of deadly force. SF duties ensure combat capability through the functions of installation security, nuclear and conventional weapon systems and resources security, air base defense, law enforcement, information
  • Services Career Field

    The Airman Services Career Field includes managing, supervising, and administering or operating appropriated and nonappropriated fund food facilities; transient and temporary lodging facilities; fitness and recreation programs and facilities; mortuary affairs administration; operational support; training and supervising search and recovery teams;
  • Space A Travel Categories

    The following is a partial listing of eligible individuals and their category of travel. The numerical order of the category indicates the precedence of the travelers. Travelers are placed in one of these six categories based on a combination of two criteria: status (for example, active duty, retiree, etc.), and your situation.A complete listing of
  • Supply Career Field

    The Supply Career Field encompasses managing, administrating, and operating supply systems and activities. This field includes functions of designing, developing, analyzing, and operating supply systems; requirements determination and computation; operating and managing material storage warehouses; equipment review and validation; records