• There are stories to be told

    Boasting a full selection of everything from educational and reference books to classic literature, anyone with base access and an I.D. card can make use of the Altus Air Force Base library. The library offers a 22,000 volume library, computers and reading programs for children. Adults can increase

  • Ops officer offers account of Iraq deployment

    In the middle of January, 2006, while completing Squadron Officer School at Maxwell AFB, I had a message to call Major Kevin Sherrick, 97th Security Forces Squadron commander. After a few moments of trading SOS stories, he notified me of an upcoming deployment and required training before hand. I

  • How 'green' is your office?

    An upcoming inspection will impact every organization on Altus Air Force Base. The Air Education and Training Command's Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Compliance Assessment and Management Program inspection, Oct. 23-27, will evaluate management of air emissions, cultural resources,

  • The Connection: 'Connecting Airmen to each other, to the Chapel and to God'

    "A safe haven... a place to escape the stress of the dorms, military training leaders and academic pressures..." More than a year ago, a small group of Chapel "white ropes," or student leaders who volunteer at the Chapel, and one base chaplain set out to create a place that would be just that for