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St. Louis District Overview
The St. Louis District is strategically located at the crossroads of three major river systems: the Illinois, Mississippi and Missouri. The District encompasses some 28,000 square miles, almost equally divided between Illinois and Missouri.
The St. Louis District is responsible for maintaining a 9-foot-deep navigation channel on 300 miles of the Mississippi, 80 miles of the Illinois and 36 miles of the Kaskaskia Rivers. District personnel operate and maintain five lock and dam sites, four on the Upper Mississippi and one on the Kaskaskia River.
In addition to the rivers, the District operates and maintains five multi-purpose lakes. Their purposes include environmental stewardship, habitat restoration, fish and wildlife management, flood damage reduction, water supply, hydropower and recreation.
St. Louis District Overview
The St. Louis District is strategically located at the crossroads of three major river systems: the Illinois, Mississippi and Missouri. The District encompasses some 28,000 square miles, almost equally divided between Illinois and Missouri. The St. Louis District is responsible for maintaining a 9-foot-deep navigation channel on 300 miles of the Mississippi, 80 miles of the Illinois and 36 miles of the Kaskaskia Rivers. District personnel operate and maintain five lock and dam sites, four on the Upper Mississippi and one on the Kaskaskia River. In addition to the rivers, the District operates and maintains five multi-purpose lakes. Their purposes include environmental stewardship, habitat restoration, fish and wildlife management, flood damage reduction, water supply, hydropower and recreation.
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EARTH DAY 2019
Marine Corps Installations Pacific (MCIPAC) recognizes Earth Day 2019. Marines hold each other accountable for doing their part to take care of the planet. (U.S. Marine Corps motion imagery by Lance Cpl. Kameron Herndon)
Conor Daly and Townsend Bell Incentive Flight B-Roll
Team Shaw welcomes Conor Daly and Townsend Bell to feel the real power of the F-16!
Marine Corps Base Hawaii Aloha Minute
The Aloha Minute is a weekly video highlighting events that have recently occurred aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii (MCBH), Apr. 19, 2018. The video is part of an ongoing series capturing events that occur throughout the several bases that make up MCBH. Produced by the MCBH Communication Strategy and Operations (COMMSTRAT) section. Music track courtesy of "A Walk" by Mystery Mammal. (Official U.S. Marine Corps video by MCBH COMMSTRAT)
NBK CO addresses OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program
The OSHA Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) promotes effective worksite-based safety and health. In the VPP, management, labor, and OSHA establish cooperative relationships at workplaces that have implemented a comprehensive safety and health management system. Approval of a VPP Star Site is OSHA’s official recognition of the outstanding efforts of employers and employees who have achieved exemplary occupational safety and health.
Leaders Inspiring for Tomorrow, Part 2
This "TED-style" conference will highlight numerous speakers, sharing their stories of inspiration, innovation, character and leadership. The agenda will feature a diverse group of personalities who have led and inspired in a variety of venues: military, community, business and life. All of these speakers will share their stories and then have the opportunity to interact with Team Fairchild. Part 2 of 2.
C-17 Air Show Demonstration
Maj. Adam Schubert, a C-17 Pilot with 437th Airlift Wing, 15th Airlift Squadron shares what to expect from the C-17 demonstration at the 2019 MCAS Beaufort Air Show, 17 April, 2019. The Beaufort Air Show is one of the premiere community relations events put on by the air station to reinforce the partnership with the surrounding community. (Official USMC video by Corporal Debra S. Sainer/Released. Additional C-17 Air Force footage courtesy of JB Charleston Combat Camera, Tech. Sgt. Laura Beckley, Staff Sgt. Nathaniel Stout, Air Force Content Management, and Nato Channel.)
Month of the Military Child
April is the Month of the Military Child. This video celebrates the serve of those young heroes whom serve with their families. Thank you to the Children of the Military.
Leaders Inspiring for Tomorrow, Part 1
This "TED-style" conference will highlight numerous speakers, sharing their stories of inspiration, innovation, character and leadership. The agenda will feature a diverse group of personalities who have led and inspired in a variety of venues: military, community, business and life. All of these speakers will share their stories and then have the opportunity to interact with Team Fairchild. Part 1 of 2.
24th SOW commander relinquishes command, performs final military free fall jump
Various leadership with Air Force Special Operations Command and the 24th Special Operations Wing perform a military free fall jump out of an MC-130H Combat Talon II at Hurlburt Field, Florida, April 19, 2019. U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Claude Tudor, Jr., former commander of the 24th SOW, relinquished command on the Talon II. Tudor has commanded the 24th SOW since March 2018, leading U.S. Special Operations Command’s tactical air-to-ground integration force and the Air Force’s special operations ground force in global access, precision strike, personnel recovery, and battlefield surgery operations.
Connecticut and Canadian Engineers Train Together at Bellows Air Force Station
The Canadian Air Force 19th Construction Engineer Squadron along with the 103rd Civil Engineer Squadron work together at Bellows Air Force Station as part of a Deployment For Training program. The program integrates various units for projects to simulate a deployed environment.
Japanese, U.S. Leaders Continue a Strong Relationship
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan met with Japanese Defense Minister Takeshi Iwaya at the Pentagon to discuss the defense relationship between the United States and Japan, April 19, 2019. Earlier, the two defense leaders joined Secretary of State Michael Pompeo and Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono at the State Department for a ministerial meeting. Video by Air Force Staff Sgt. Neal Uranga, DOD
Ten Tips For a Safe Hurricane Season
190419-N-AV234-1001 PEARL HARBOR (April 19, 2019) Graphic animation highlighting ten tips to keep safe before, during, and after a hurricane. The video is part of a media campaign for Hurrex 2019, the annual hurricane exercise is designed to prepare the Navy to respond to weather threats in coastal regions and maintain the ability to deploy forces, even under the most adverse weather conditions. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Somers T. Steelman.)
Red Tails enhance readiness at Sentry Savannah
The Red Tails conducted an 11-day wing deployment to Savannah Air National Guard Base, Ga., April 8-18, 2019 to participate in exercise Sentry Savannah 19-2. The 187th Fighter Wing deployed approximately 500 personnel and 13 F-16C+ Fighting Falcons to enhance mission readiness, lethality, and hone their combat skills in the training environment. The wing also conducted a two-day Operational Readiness Exercise (ORE) in conjunction with Sentry Savannah.
Colorado National Guard High Altitude Aviation Training Site Maintainers keep birds flying
High in the Colorado mountains, rotary wing pilots from all over the world train on power management techniques at the High Altitude Army National Guard Aviation Training Site of the Colorado National Guard. Maintainers are charged with keeping the training aides ready for flight. HAATS operated by the Colorado National Guard, trains up to 400 students a year about power management in high altitude situations on various rotary wing airframes. (Project by U.S. Army National Guard Spc. Michael Hunnisett)
2019 Wings Over Wayne Airshow Promo (F-35 Demo Team)
The F-35 Demonstration Team will perform there all-new aerial demonstration during the Wings Over Wayne Airshow April 27 & 28, 2019 at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, NC. This will be the team's third public performance of the season. (U.S. Air Force video by Senior Airman Alexander Cook)
Col Mike Manion Thanks Team Offutt
Col Mike Manion, Commander of the 55th Wing, Offutt AFB NE. does a shout-out of thanks to all of Team Offutt for their assistance durning the floor of 2019.
Offutt Food Pantry
Offut AFB opened a Food Pantry for members of the Offutt community.
Thunder Over Georgia 2019
#ThunderbirdThursday Be sure to join us Sept. 28-29 for the #ThunderOverGeorgia2019 air show to see more! #GetPumped! https://www.facebook.com/events/2310219712368192/
402 CMXG Broll
Here is some B roll of the 402nd CMXG to include Paint robot, Automated Tube Bender, F-15 Wing shop, Water jet metal cutter, and laser scanner for 3d modeling and printing.
Wings Over Wayne 2019 Air Show Promo
A promo for the 2019 Wings Over Wayne Airshow 27-28 April at Seymour Johnson AFB. The video highlights some of the demonstrations scheduled for the event.
Riding to Recovery
Wounded warriors from around the country are finishing up riding their bicycles more than 30 miles through Virginia and Maryland during the Wounded Warrior Project's annual "Soldier Ride." Many participants met with President Donald Trump in the White House. White House courtesy video
Navy Recruit Training Command Graduation
Navy boot camp graduation from Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, IL.
Energy Awareness Ep. 4
On this week’s episode of Energy Awareness, we remind you to conserve energy through reducing your use of heating and air conditioning. Tip: Only change your thermostat by two degrees at a time. This will help you save money and help save our Earth. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Cpl. Evan Falls)
Around the Air Force: Science & Technology / Space Symposium / F-35A Deploys
On this look Around the Air Force, Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson announces a new science and technology strategy, Air Force Chief of Staff, Gen David L. Goldfein speaks at the 35th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colo., and F-35As from both active duty 388th and reserve 419th Fighter Wings at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, begin their first deployments to the Middle East. Sources: Science & Technology: https://www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1816965/new-air-force-science-technology-strategy-puts-focus-on-speed/ Space Symposium: https://www.dvidshub.net/video/670943/top-air-force-officer-speaks-35th-space-symposium F35A Deploys: https://www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1814852/air-forces-f-35a-lightning-ii-arrives-for-first-middle-east-deployment/
New command chief assumes responsibility at 167th AW
Chief Master Sgt. Troy Brawner, 167th Airlift Wing Command Chief Master Sgt., speaks during his assumption of responsibility ceremony at the 167th AW, April 7, 2019. Brawner took over the role of wing command chief from Command Chief Master Sgt. David Stevens, who recently moved into the role as the command chief for the West Virginia Air National Guard.
Keesler/ Biloxi Airshow: What can I bring?
Heres a list of the thing you can and can not bring on Keesler Air Force Base during the airshow May 4th and 5th.
Keesler/ Biloxi Joint Exercise
April 17th and 18th Keesler AFB and the city of Biloxi held a Joint exerciese to test their readiness for potintial emrgency situation for the upcoming airshow on May 4th and 5th.