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Vol. 51 No. 45 Patrick Air Force Base/Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. November 13, 2009

CFC, We're over
the top!

President John F.
Kennedy's visits
the Space Coast

Bikes for Tykes
program begins again


Threatening clouds may have moved the 27th Annual "Massing of the
Colors" Veterans Day ceremony inside to the Simpkins Auditorium at the
Cocoa Campus of Brevard Community College. but that didn't mean
spirits weren't lifted during the 75-minute service held Wednesday after-
noon before a packed house. Local leaders in attendance included (above,
left to right) Col. Philip Manning, vice commander, 920th Rescue Wing, Col.
Corinne Naughton, commander, 45th Medical Group, CAPT. James Kuzma,
commander, NOTU, Commander Ann Burkhardt, Chief Staff Officer, DEOMI,
Chief Master Sgt. John Nederhoed, AFTAC superintendent, Col. Lisa Ann
Onaga, AFTAC commander and Chief Master Sgt. Jose Guzman, DEOMI
superintendent. Also honored at the ceremony (in photo at right) were
members of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, including Robert Griffin, left, and
Robert Hughes. The families of Army Staff Sgt. Chad Tucker of Titusville
and Sgt. Roberto Sanchez of Satellite Beach, who both died this year in the
line of duty, were also remembered just prior to the playing of Taps.


Air Force Space Command:
delivering space and missile capabilities to
America and its warfighting commands

Year of the Air Force

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Patrick Air Force Base/Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.

November 13, 2009

Vol. 51 No. 45

2 November 13, 2009 Missileer V14UI9OINTS

Need help? Programs in place to assist

Missileer staff

By Brig. Gen.
Edward L. Bolton, Jr.
Commander 45th Space Wing

I'm sure by now you are aware of
the tragic shootings at Fort Hood,
First and foremost, our thoughts
and prayers go out to the Soldiers,
DoD civilians and their families in
this terrible, most trying time.
We in the military are one family,
and we take pride in caring for all
our members.
These are stressful times--stress
comes from many sources includ-
ing finances, health, and military
and personal matters at work and
at home.
It's very important to recognize
that people react and cope differ-
ently in stressful situations.
Last Friday, we came together
for Wingman Day in a commitment
to support and care for each other.
Please continue to show this com-
mitment daily by really getting to
know your Wingmen, other fellow
Airmen, coworkers, family mem-
bers and friends.
When we notice anyone who

seems the least bit troubled or
struggling to cope, please take time
to make sure they get help imme-
There are many programs in
place for Airmen to get the support
they need. Counseling and men-
tal health treatment are available
through a variety of programs and
offices on base. The Patrick Mental
Health Clinic is here for help deal-
ing with stress, deployments and
family difficulties. Getting help is
easier than it was years ago and
no longer carries the stigmas of the
Remember we have several confi-
dential ways to help each other. One
is our Chaplaincy our Chaplains
are here for our spiritual services
and guidance as well as support




Tell them how much you appreciate them

By Maj. Chad Simpson
45th Force Support Squadron

On 17 July 17, 2009, the Chief
of Staff of the Air Force designated
this as the Year of the Air Force
Family. I have been married for
just over 10 years and have five
wonderful children. I believe the
Air Force will do everything it can
to take care of my family, but am
I personally doing what I should
to show my appreciation for my
I would encourage each of you to
ask this question of yourself. We all
have families who have contributed
to our Air Force career. Whether
it is your wife and kids, your boy-
friend, girlfriend or fiance, or your

Commander's Corner

mother or father figure, there is
someone who has been there to
encourage you and sacrifice so that
you could have a successful career.
When people are asked why they
joined the military there are always
a variety of answers. Some joined
for an education, for patriotism, or
to see the world. It may be that you
joined because you felt an obliga-
tion to protect the way of life that
your parents provided for you or for
a stable job with exceptional ben-
efits. However, ultimately I would
argue that most reasons come back
to family.
We work long hours, weekends,
and holidays. We pull our children

out of school and break our spous-
es' social networks for the next
assignment. We leave our families
to go half way around the world to
protect them. But when was the
last time that you hugged them and
said thank you for all they do and
They move without us, they keep
dinner warm when we are late, and
cry when members of the media
talk about explosions in our Area
Of Responsibility. They are there for
each other, but most importantly
they are there for us. I cannot imag-
ine life without them and I don't say
thank you enough. Go home, kiss
your spouse, hug your kids, call
your mom or dad, but above all else
tell them how much you appreciate
all they do.

and counseling.
The Airman & Family Readiness
Center supports deployed members
and their families, and provides
access to an entire gamut of servic-
es. For those with financial difficul-
ties, the center provides financial
counseling, personal assessments
and referrals.
Also, the Employee Assistance
Program is designed to help our
DoD civilians, and Family Advocacy
is available to assist military mem-
bers and their families. Please use
Another confidential resource is
the Military Family Life Consultant,
a licensed counselor who provides
non-medical, short-term problem-
solving services to help service
members and their families cope
with reactions to often adverse situ-
ations caused by deployments and
Counselors are available to meet
both on and off base, but not at
homes; call direct at 482-4970.
Again, please ensure we are out-
standing Wingmen every day and
keep the Soldiers and their families
in our thoughts and prayers.

Brig. Gen. Edward L. Bolton, Jr.
45th Space Wing Commander
Mr. Brad Swezey
Chief of Public Affairs
Mr. Chris Calkins
Deputy Chief of Public Affairs
2nd Lt. Trisha Guillebeau
Chief of Internal Information
Mrs. Teresa Christopher
Mrs. Juanita McNeely
Layout Coordinators
Mrs. Jennifer Macklin
Mr. John Connell

Published by Cape Publications, Inc., a
private firm in no way connected with the Air
Force, under exclusive written contract with the
45th Space Wing, Patrick AFB, Fla.
This civilian enterprise Air Force newspa-
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of the U.S. military services. Contents of the
Missileer are not necessarily official views of, or
endorsed by, the U.S. government, the DoD or
the Department of the Air Force.
The appearance of advertising in this pub-
lication, including inserts or supplements, does
not constitute endorsement by the DoD, the
Department of the Air Force or Cape Publications,
Inc., of the products or services advertised.
Everything advertised in this publication
shall be made available for purchase, use or
patronage without regard to race, color, religion,
sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical
handicap, political affiliation or any other non-
merit factor of the purchaser, user or patron.
Editorial content is edited, prepared and
provided by the 45th Space Wing Public Affairs
Office. All photographs are Air Force photo-
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the Friday before publication.



November 13, 2009 Missileer 3

We're over the top!

Photo by Jennifer Macklin
"Your generosity will touch so many people in need; I'm so proud to be
your commander," said Brig. Gen. Edward L. Bolton, Jr.

45th Space Wing
Public Affairs

Thanks to the over-
whelming generosity
of the people of the
45 Space Wing and
its Mission Partners,
we have exceeded our
goal of $190K.
As of this writing,
we have raised more
than $204,000 from
more than 1,200 indi-
vidual donators for
2010, and the num-
bers keep coming in.
Despite a sour
economy, a work-
force recovering
from months of ORI
preparations, and two
four-day workweeks

during the campaign,
installation members
dug deep and made a
significant difference
in the lives of a lot of
"Well, I wish I could
say I'm surprised we
surpassed our goal,
but I'm not," said
Brig. Gen. Edward
L. Bolton, Jr., com-
mander, 45th Space
Wing. "As I said a few
weeks ago when this
campaign started,
I thought this year,
maybe more than any
in the recent past, our
employees will find a
way to help so many
of their co-workers,
friend and neighbors

who could really be
hurting. Well, it turns
out I was right, and
I could not be more
pleased," he said.
The CFC is one of
only two fund-rais-
ing efforts endorsed
by the U.S. Air Force.
There are literally
thousands of charities
from which to choose
from. One in four
federal employees, or
their dependents, will
benefit from the CFC
this year alone.
"Your generosity
will touch so many
people in need; I'm
so proud to be your
commander," said
Gen. Bolton.


2009 AFSPC

CE Awards
Air Force Outstanding
CE Unit Award (Small Base)
General Thomas D. White
Cultural Resources
Management Award
General Thomas D. White
Natural Resources
Conservation Award (Team)
Major General
Eugene A. Lupia Award (CGO) -
Capt. Jarrett Gafford,
45th CES/CEX, Flight Chief
General Thomas D. White Award
(Restoration Category) -
Ms. Regina D. Butler,
45th CES/CEA

Photo by Jennifer Macklin

Habitat for


Master Sgt. Lisa Johnson, 45th
Medical Group, presents Brig. Gen.
Edward L. Bolton, Jr., commander,
45th Space Wing, with the Habitat
for Humanity's "Heart & Hammer
Award" she accepted on the wing's
behalf Nov. 6. Each year Habitat rec-
ognizes an organization, business
and individual for outstanding ser-
vice. In addition, Sgt. Johnson was
presented the President's Volunteer
Service Award.. Over the past few
years, she has more than 300 hours
volunteering, and has also recruited
more than 500 volunteers from
Patrick AFB to participate in differ-
ent events held each year.

4 November 13, 2009 Missileer

Events Calendar


Sunday Brunch
10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The Tides
Football Frenzy
The Tides

Surf Fishing Class
7 a.m.
Outdoor Recreation
Sunday Brunch
10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The Tides
Football Frenzy
The Tides

Sunday Brunch
10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The Tides
Football Frenzy
The Tides



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9 .0 11 .0 a i 1
Outdoor Re- Ieationl
Pre-Sepq r tiaiaionl
9 10.30 0a il
FuLIdilne in Lals- of
ResLIIIIn- Class
1 -. p 111

Boae I Safety
9: .0- 11 a.m.
Outdoor Recreation
Apply\ ing or
AF Jobs C lass
9- 11 a.m.
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Kid s Night Out
I. 11 p.m .
oLuth PIror *I- n
Lalin Night
10 p in 2 a.m
Thi Tides
i-ssil1-. Sp-t,:r- &
Rni-te Pioneers
Fall Banquet:
' p 111
The Tides


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5 a 11 4 ''0 p in
A&FR (

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11 I I:losin,4

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Holidia- s Cl(-ass-
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4 .,0- 7 .0 p 1
Shark Hut

Holi di \ Fitness-
C hallenl-e starts
Patriliti Fitnessr
C(-nlI Run- until
.Jan 4. 20 1 11

i\ onolan BBQEE
' S p 1in
Thel Tides

Tuirke- Trot '~,K Run
SI a 111
(CC- (AFS & Pat'k
Fitne-ss Centers

Texas Hold e-i
'-I 10 p inl
The Tides

-ulI Fi-.linS C la'ss-
'-, '- p in1
()uIdoorI Rer Ier-tion

.3 0 9 9

Credit Reports Cla-ss
11 a.m. 12.30 p n
Center Spe,: ial
$1 Games
11 a.m. i:losin,.

Fello\:.shlup S-er\ Ie
i a. 10 p In
South Palri-Itk C hapelI
Bo\l.lin Ce-nLer
ThanIlsi-i\ inl Spe- iial
si G(ntInr
11 a in 'i p I

Shailn Hut

Thanksoin-ine Builel
I1 14' p 1n .
12 pill .
1. 15 p il .
4. 4'- p in
Th. Tide-i

-.-Tank .Ad\ ian,:ed
)Op-n i Vater 'Niirox
Di\- Trip
O(ultdoorI Re -I'e-tionI

4 4 4 *

Boater Salelt\
9:30 11:30 a.m.
Outdoor Recreation

Troops to T-ea lhers
9 11-30 i- 1

Families in the
Know Briefing
6:30 7:30 p.m.

4 -.0 7:30 p.m.
ShIailr Hut

Surf, Turf oi Burd
5 9 p.m.
Thi Tides

Texas HoldM n,
', 10 p in
Thi Tides

Family Fishing
7 10 a.m.
Outdoor Recreation
Demo Day/
Swap Meet
10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Golf Course
Wounded Warrior
11 a.m. 1 p.m.

Civ/Mil Tournament
8 a.m.
Golf Course

Safe Boater Course
9:30 11:30 a.m.
Outdoor Recreation

Sailing Class
12:30 2:30 p.m.
Outdoor Recreation

Safe Boater Course
9:30 11:30 a.m.
Outdoor Recreation
Sailing Class
12:30 2:30 p.m.
Outdoor Recreation
Soul Night,
10 p n 2 a.m.
Thi Tid-ie

Surf Fishing Class
7 a.m.
Outdoor Recreation
Breakfast with Santa
8:30 a.m.
Youth Programs
Safe Boater Course
9:30 11:30 a.m.
Outdoor Recreation
Sailing Class
12:30 2:30 p.m.


To publish events of base-wide interest in
future issues, e-mail

November 13, 2009 Missileer 5

America Recycles Day

It All Comes Back To You! Come out and participate in
America Recycles Day inside the BX today and tomorrow
from 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Learn about "Completing the Loop"
by recycling and buying recycled products. There will also
be a prize drawing. Bring an aluminum can and get an
entry for the drawing. No limit on number of entries. Many
prizes including beach towels, messenger bags and day
planners. If you have any questions please contact the base
Recycling/Solid Waste Manager at 494-9269.

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes
8701 Leeds Road
Kansas City, MO 64129-1680
1-800-289-0909 |
Provided as a public service.
a CFC participant

E-Waste event

Looking for a safe and convenient way to dispose of those
old electronics? Items such as computers, radios, stereos,
batteries, and televisions, etc. will be disposed of properly
and recycled. The will take place in the BX parking lot from
10 a.m. 6 p.m. Saturday, November 14. Come out and
celebrate America Recycles Day at Patrick AFB. If you have
any questions please call the base Recycling/Solid Waste
Manager at 494-9269. Items we cannot accept are smoke
detectors, fluorescent lighting and hazardous waste.

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6 November 13, 2009 Missileer

November 13, 2009 Missileer 7

Holiday Gift Drive for Brevard County Children

By 1st Lt. Karen L.
45th Medical Group

This holiday sea-
son, help bring a
smile to a young
child's face by donat-
ing to the Patrick AFB
holiday gift drive!
The Company
Grade Officer
Association has orga-
nized a base-wide gift
drive for children in
need within Brevard
All proceeds will
go to the Children's
Home Society of
Florida (CHS), one
of Florida's oldest
private non-for-profit
organizations that

provides services to
children and families.
CHS offers an
exceptional collec-
tion of social services
that helps protect and
foster strength and
hope in children who
have endured abuse,
neglect or abandon-
Fundraising contin-
ues through Monday,
December 7. Avenues
of donating gifts
include: (1) "adopting"
a particular child and
purchasing gifts via
his/her specific wish
list; (2) donating items
into the collection
boxes for general dis-
tribution to children
in need.

If you would like
to donate items to a
specific child, contact
your unit POC for a
wish list.
Base organizations
participating in the
holiday drive include
the ones listed in the
chart at right.
For ideas on gifts
to donate, contact
your unit POC for a
list of gift wishes and
Donated gifts
should be new
and unwrapped.
Collection boxes will
be positioned at
centralized locations
inside buildings of


MSG Staff
OG Staff


45 LCG Staff
45 SCS
Staff JA



Capt. Keith Vanderhoven
Capt. John Grieger
2Lt. Richard NcNell
2Lt. Megan Kahn
Capt. Amanda Zuber, Capt. Meredith Beg
2Lt. Anthony Ciamillo, 2Lt. Nicolle Ng
Capt. Jason Judge, 1Lt. Dario Plazas
Capt. Stasha Duck
Capt. Jonathon Noonan, 2Lt. Kelson Nisbett
Capt. Corey Trusty
Capt. Jeffrey Nunez
2Lt. Jessica Werling
Capt. Scott Van Schoyck
ADOS: Capt. Jennifer Lepper
MDOS: 1Lt. Karen Hedenschoug
MDSS: Capt. Chastity Howard
Capt. Greg Strong

8 November 13, 2009 Missileer

President Kennedy's three visits

By Mark C. Cleary
45th SW History Office

During his admin-
istration, President
John F. Kennedy vis-
ited Cape Canaveral
and (what would
become) the Kennedy
Space Center three
His last visit,
on Nov. 16, 1963,
was less than a
week before his
tragic assassina-
tion in Dallas, Texas.
President Kennedy
was the nation's
leading champion in
our early rivalry with
the Soviet Union in
what became known
as 'the Space Race.'
His whirlwind tours
here in 1962 and
1963, however brief,
were highly sym-
bolic and significant
The occasion for
President Kennedy's
first visit to the Cape
was the 'Welcome
Back' ceremony for
Astronaut John H.
Glenn, Jr. on Feb.
23, 1962. Lt. Colonel
Glenn had just com-
pleted America's
first manned orbital
space mission, and
the President and his
entourage participat-
ed in the festivities.
The President
also made a speech
at NASA's Manned
Spacecraft Center
for the host of dig-
nitaries, press,
and onlookers who

attended the event.
His second visit on
Sept. 11, 1962 was
part of an elaborate
two-day-long tour of
America's major space
centers. The President
and his immediate
party arrived by jet at
the Cape's Skid Strip
around 2:30 p.m.,
shortly after a tour
of Redstone Arsenal
and the Marshall
Spaceflight Center
in Huntsville, Ala.,
earlier in the day.
The group included
Vice President Lyndon
B. Johnson, Defense
Secretary Robert S.
McNamara, NASA
Administrator James
E. Webb, Budget
Director David E.
Bell, and members of
the Senate and House
Space Committees.
The White House
Press Corps was also
out in force.
The President's
group passed launch
stands along 'Missile
Row' at the Cape
during the tour.
At Complex 14,
Astronaut Walter
M. "Wally" Schirra
briefed the President
on Schirra's upcom-
ing Mercury-Atlas
space flight.
The President
viewed a Titan II
missile on its launch
pad, and he received
a briefing on the Air
Force's new Titan IIIC
space launch vehicle
Dr. Rocco A.

Courtesy Photo
President John F. Kennedy's second visit on Sept. 11, 1962 was part of an elaborate
two-day-long tour of America's major space centers. The group included Vice President Lyndon
B. Johnson, Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara, NASA Administrator James E. Webb, Budget
Director David E. Bell, and members of the Senate and House Space Committees.

Petrone, NASA's
Project Coordinator,
briefed NASA's Saturn
C-1 program as the
group stood near the
310-foot-tall Saturn
service structure.
At Hangar "S,"
Astronaut Gordon
Cooper briefed Project
Mercury, and he
discussed the space
capsule's features
with the President.
After speaking briefly
to Air Force Missile

Test Center employees
and newsmen, Mr.
Kennedy continued on
his way to Houston,
Texas, the same day.
President Kennedy's
final visit came on
Nov. 16, 1963, and
gave the former naval
officer and World War
II combat veteran a
chance to witness a
Polaris missile launch
at sea.
Standing on the
deck of the Launch

Area Support Ship
(LASS) Observation
Island 32 miles off
the Florida coast, the
President saw the
missile break the sur-
face of the water less
than a mile away.
The President had
flown up to the Cape
from his winter
home in Palm Beach,
Florida, earlier in the
In addition to
the Polaris launch,

he received Saturn
program briefings
from Dr. Wernher von
Braun and George E.
He also flew over
Merritt Island's
sprawling complex
in a helicopter on
his way out to the
Observation Island.
The Polaris launch
was the last event
of the day. In Mr.
Kennedy's words, "it
was wonderful."

SHistory Highlights

November 13, 2009 Missileer 9

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for Tykes

Tech. Sgt. Marcel Brown, left, and Senior
Airman Nathan Aguilera, both members of
The PAFB Fire Department, need your help.
The department is once again repairing
bicycles for children and the homeless
during the holidays. The program was halted
last year due to the loss of equipment and
parts in the floods of Tropical Storm Fay. The
program began in 1991 and the department
has donated more 2,500 bicycle. They are
seeking donated repairable bikes, bike parts
or donations to get this program back on its
feet. For more information, contact Rita Ables
494-6805, Tech Sgt. Jeff Rueben 4949-7642 or
Rob Norris 494-7642.

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10 November 13, 2009 Missileer

November 13, 2009 Missileer 11

Back to School

Tech Sgt. Eric Brown, 45th Space Wing
Communications Squadron, stands at
attention during the playing of all five service
songs while taking part in a
"Veterans Day Celebration" held
at Sea Park Elementary School on
South Patrick Drive Monday morning.
Sgt. Brown was one of 15 45th Space Wing
Airmen to spend time at the local school.
"Sea Park Elementary School would like to
extend their gratitude to all the Patrick Airmen
who volunteered their time at the recent
Veteran's Day Celebration. They shared their
personal stories in classrooms and there was
a special student program honoring those who
serve. The Airmen provided an invaluable
experience for all students,"
said Ms. Melissa Morley Tamburo,
event organizer.

12 November 13, 2009 Missileer


Missile, Space & Range Pioneers
Fall Banquet
The 2009 Missile, Space & Range Pioneers
Fall Banquet will be held at the Tides (formally
NCO Club) tonight at 6 p.m. The cost is $35
per person. The featured speaker is Brig. Gen.
Edward Bolton, Commander of the 45th Space
Wing and Director of the Eastern Range. He
will speak to us on a favorite subject Space,
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Contact the
Pioneers Secretary, Frank Watkins, at 242-6932
for reservation details.

Holiday Fitness Challenge
The Patrick AFB Fitness Center will hold a
Holiday Fitness Challenge Thursday, Nov. 19
through Jan. 4, 2010. In the spirit of the holi-
day season, participants pick an ornament from
the "Fitmas Tree." The ornament will contain a
fitness challenge to complete.
Completed challenges are verified by a mem-
ber of the fitness center staff, recorded in a
log, and placed into a grand prize drawing.
Registration is not required. For more informa-
tion, call 494-4947.

Commit to Quit!
The PAFB Fitness Center will host a Great
American Smokeout event Friday, Nov. 20 from
10 a.m. 2 p.m. Activities will include a 5K
Turkey Trot at 11 a.m., food tasting, live music,
games and helpful information designed to help
those who wish to quit smoking.
The event is in partnership with the fit-
ness center "Turkey Trot" and HAWC's "Great
American Smokeout."

Are you thankful for
America's freedoms?
Are you thankful for the freedom of religion?
The base chapel is hosting a "Thanksgiving
Interfaith Fellowship Service" on Wednesday,
Nov. 25, to celebrate our freedom of religion
that fosters national unity in the midst of our
religious diversity.
The service location is South Patrick Chapel.
Start time is 6:30 p.m. with a pie-social follow-
ing around 7:30 p.m. Yes, pie social.
This service is designed to enlarge our
understanding and appreciation of American
freedoms and the religions afforded by it. Mark
your calendars now!

DoD Homeowners
Assistance Program
You are invited to attend a Homeowners
Assistance Program (HAP) presentation by
the US Army Corps of Engineers.
The presentation will cover Members of the
Armed Forces permanently reassigned during
the mortgage crisis under the Expanded HAP
Program. A question and answer period will
follow the presentation. To accommodate as
many military as possible, two presentations
are being offered at the Base Theater.
First Presentation:
Thursday, Nov. 19, 9 10:30 a.m.
Second Presentation:
Thursday, Nov. 19, 6-7:30 p.m.
For Registration Call: 494-2594/6318 or
Registration Deadline: SIGN UP TODAY
NOTE: For more information on HAP, please
refer to US Army Corps of Engineers web-

Airman & Family
Readiness Center
The Airman & Family Readiness Center has
a few upcoming classes and events in December
that many will find invaluable:
Troops to Teachers Briefing
Tuesday, Dec. 1, 9 11:30 a.m.;
Families in the Know Briefing
Tuesday, Dec. 1, 6:30 7:30 p.m.;
Pre-Separation Briefing
Monday, Dec. 7, 9 10:30 a.m.;
Fundamentals of Resumes Class
Monday, Dec. 7, 1 3 p.m.;
Airman Financial Management Class
Tuesday, Dec. 8, 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m.;
Cookie Drop for Dorm Residents
Tuesday, Dec. 8, 7 a.m. noon;
Applying for AF Jobs Class
Thursday, Dec. 10, 9 11 a.m.;
Sponsorship Training
Thursday, Dec. 10, 10 11 a.m.;
Bundles for BabieslNewborn Care Class
Thursday, Dec. 10, 6 8 p.m.;
Newcomer's Orientation Briefing
Tuesday, Dec. 15, 7:30 a.m. noon;
Dinner for Families of Deployed
Tuesday, Dec. 15, 6 7 p.m.;

Heart Link Class
Wednesday, Dec. 16, 9 a.m. 2 p.m.;
How to Become a Millionaire Class
Wednesday, Dec. 16, 11 a.m. 12:30 p.m.
For more details and to sign up, call 494-5676.

Bowling Center Specials
The Rocket Lanes Bowling Center will fea-
ture the following specials in December: Family
Day every Sunday, 1 6 p.m., bowl for just
$1.25 per game, plus $1.50 shoe rental; Out of
School Holiday Special December 22 23,
29 31, $1 games and $1.50 shoe rental dur-
ing open bowling; Glow in the Dark Holiday
Break Special all games are just $2 on De-
cember 26 and January 2, 7 11 p.m. For more
information, call 494-2958.

Breakfast with Santa
Bring your child to Youth Programs on
Saturday, Dec. 5 from 8:30 11:30 a.m., for a
nice breakfast and a chance to sit on Santa's
lap. Santa will arrive at 9 a.m. and depart at
11 a.m. This free event is for all ages.
Please call by COB Thursday, Dec. 3 to sign
up for one of the following breakfast times: 8:30
- 9:25 a.m., 9:30 10:25 a.m., or 10:30 11:30
a.m. Don't forget to bring your camera! For
more information, call 494-4747.

Holiday Crafts Sale
The Holiday Crafts Sale will be held on
Saturday, Dec. 12, from 4:30 8:30 p.m.
The sale will be held in conjunction with the
45th Space Wing Holiday Party and will be lo-
cated at the golf course/marina complex.
Each vendor is allowed two tables. If you
need electricity, please state so when you sign
up. Sign up required NLT Thursday, Dec. 3.
For details and to sign up, call the Arts & Crafts
Center at 494-4270.

Unlicensed Child Care
in Base Quarters
Anyone who lives in base housing and
provides child care for more than 10 hours a
week must be licensed through the Family Child
Care (FCC) Program. Unlicensed child care pro-
viders are subject to administrative action.
For more information, call the FCC Office at

Affiliated Child Care Program
Are you living off-base and interested in
becoming an Affiliated Provider? An Affiliated
Provider is someone who cares for children (ages
two weeks through 12 years) in their home off-
base. At least one of the children cared for must
be a dependent of an active duty military member
or a retired military member, live off base within
a 20 mile radius of Patrick AFB, and be at least
18 years of age with a high school diploma.
To be affiliated with the Patrick AFB FCC Pro-
gram, you must be certified or registered with
the Department of Environmental Health Ser-
vices. However, if you live in leased homes at
Pelican Coast, you are not required to register
with them. For more information, call the Family
Child Care Office at 494-8381.

Auto Hobby Shop
December Special
For just the cost of a stall fee, the Auto Hobby
Shop will perform a safety check on your ve-
hicle during the month of December. Check in-
cludes tires, lights, wipers, brakes, and fluids.

For more information, call 494-2537.

Tops in Blue Mission Audition
Tops in Blue, the premiere entertainment
showcase of the U.S. Air Force, is looking for
singers, dancers, comedians, dramatists, in-
strumentalists and magicians. They also need
support staff like audio and lighting technicians,
drivers and videographers. Top applicants will
be selected to compete at the Mission Audition
2010 Worldwide Talent Competition, Jan. 17 -
25, 2010.
The program is open to AF active duty, Guard
and Reserve personnel. For more information,
visit or call 210-652-6566 or
DSN 487-6566.

Homework Assistance
Youth Programs offers Power Hour, Monday
through Friday from 2:30 4:30 p.m. This pro-
gram affords children a great opportunity to fo-
cus on homework, get one-on-one assistance, or
sign up for a 30-minute session of individual
attention. For more information, call 494-4747.

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