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Randolph Field landmark restoredRandolph Field landmark restored
Randolph Field landmark restored

Bill Farrow, (left), and Mike Gilligan, check the allignment of the letter "O" as it is lowered into place by crane operator Greg Trudo. They are assigned to the 902nd Civil Engineer Squadron. The replacement of historic letters spelling "Randolph" began March 9 in front of the 12th Flying Training Wing headquarters building. The 1930's letters spelling "Field" will remain. (U.S. Air Force photo by David Terry)
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Posted: 3/15/2010

Randolph Field landmark restoredRandolph Field landmark restored
Randolph Field landmark restored

Bill Farrow (left) and Mike Gilligan, both with the 902nd Civil Engineer Squadron, hoist a concrete "O" into place on March 9 as a replacement for some of the historic letters spelling out "Randolph Field." The original letters were installed in the 1930's. (U.S. Air Force photo by David Terry)
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Randolph Field landmark restoredRandolph Field landmark restored
Randolph Field landmark restored

Bill Farrow (left) and Mike Gilligan, both with the 902nd Civil Engineer Squadron, guide a concrete "O" into place March 9 as part of a project to replace some of the historic letters spelling out "Randolph Field" in Washington Circle. The original letters were installed in the 1930's. (U.S. Air Force photo by David Terry)
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Randolph Field landmark restoredRandolph Field landmark restored
Randolph Field landmark restored

A new letter "D" takes it's place in Washington Circle March 9 during a project to replace some of the aging letters spelling "Randolph Field," which were originally installed in the 1930s. (U.S. Air Force photo by David Terry)
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Posted: 3/15/2010

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CDC construction

Antonio Matos, architect with the 902nd Civil Engineer Squadron, reviews plans for the Child Development Center expansion and renovation project which will increase space and improve the existing infrastructure resulting in double the capacity. (U.S. Air Force photo/Steve Thurow)
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Posted: 3/10/2010

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CDC construction

Antonio Matos, architect with the 902nd Civil Engineer Squadron, reviews plans for the Child Development Center expansion and renovation project which will increase space and improve the existing infrastructure resulting in double the capacity. (U.S. Air Force photo/Steve Thurow)
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Posted: 3/10/2010

100th Anniversary of Military Aviation100th Anniversary of Military Aviation
100th Anniversary of Military Aviation

Testing the controls of a reproduction Wright Flyer is U.S. Air Force General Stephen Lorenz, Air Education and Training Command commander. His co-pilot is Army Maj. Gen. Russell Czerw, Fort Sam Houston commander. The two checked out the aircraft during 100th Anniversary of Military Aviation celebration March 2 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The first military aviation flight occured on March 2, 1910 on the parade ground at Fort Sam Houston when Army Lt. Benjamin Foulois flew a Wright Flyer. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Terry)
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100th Anniversary of Military Aviation

Saluting after laying a wreath to mark the 100th Anniversary of Miliitary Aviation are U.S. Air Force General Stephen Lorenz, left, Air Education and Training Command commander and Army Maj. Gen. Russell Czerw, Fort Sam Houston commander. The anniversary celebration of military aviation featured a display of a reproduction Wright Flyer aircraft at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and a flyover of another more air worthy model of the aircraft flown by the Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk . On March 2, 1910 Army Lt. Benjamin Foulois made the first military flight at Fort Sam Houston in a Wright Flyer. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Terry)
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100th Anniversary of Military Aviation

Pilot Don Gum is at the controls of a Wright Flyer "Yellow Bird" prior to a powered taxi on the parade grounds of Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The March 2 display marked the 100th Anniversary of Military Aviation. On March 2, 1910 Army Lt. Benjamin Foulois took off in a Wright Flyer, from the same parade ground, on the first military flight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Terry)
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100th Anniversary of Military Aviation100th Anniversary of Military Aviation
100th Anniversary of Military Aviation

Pilot Don Gum is at the controls of a Wright Flyer "Yellow Bird" prior to a powered taxi on the parade grounds of Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The March 2 display marked the 100th Anniversary of Military Aviation. On March 2, 1910 Army Lt. Benjamin Foulois took off in a Wright Flyer, from the same parade ground, on the first military flight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Terry)
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100th Anniversary of Military Aviation100th Anniversary of Military Aviation
100th Anniversary of Military Aviation

Amanda Wright Lane, great grandniece of the Wright Brothers, takes a ride in a Wright Flyer with pilot Don Gum down the Fort Sam Houston Parade Ground, March 2, during the Foulois Centennial Military Flight Celebration event marking the 100th Anniversary of military aviation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dave Terry)
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E-mail Migration

Adrian McLure (right) and Keith Epson, 902nd Communications Squadron, prepare the equipment to be used for the upcoming e-mail migration on Randolph. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rich McFadden)
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Posted: 3/10/2010

    

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