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Houston County Centralizes School Registration in 2013

Houston County Centralizes School Registration in 2013

 

Beginning Jan. 14, 2013, registration for all new students and students changing school zones will be offered at one site.  The Central Registration office will be located at the Bert Rumble Complex. 

Linda Horne, Assistant Superintendent for School Operations, commented, “Our overall goal is to improve customer service.  This central site will help expedite the process, ensure consistency across all 38 of our schools, and make it more convenient for those with children in more than one school.”

The International Welcome Center will be co-located at this site. Valerie Noah will serve as the Central Registration Secretary.  In addition, the system’s Homeless Liaison will serve the system’s homeless families at this central location. 

The following items are required for registration:

·         Parent/Guardian photo identification

Vietnam Wall Center Also to Honor Recent Fallen

Vietnam Wall Center Also to Honor Recent Fallen

 

USATODAY by Natalie DiBlasio

Capt. Jesse Melton III, 29, was killed in 2008 in an explosion in Afghanistan. His mother, Janice Chance, wants the world to remember more than just a name.

“His eyes. I want them to see the commitment and pride he’s had in his eyes since he was a child,” Chance says, clutching two framed photos of her fallen Marine.

Changes Sought for Psych Disorder Discharges

Changes Sought for Psych Disorder Discharges

 

USATODAY

by Kelly Kennedy

WASHINGTON — After nearly 30,000 servicemembers were forced out of the military for “personality disorders,” often after combat service, a bipartisan House coalition hopes to require the Pentagon to review those cases in the hopes that some veterans could receive benefits.

Cold-War Era Missiles Get New Paint at Museum of Aviation

Cold-War Era Missiles Get New Paint at Museum of Aviation

 Warner Robins GA -- The missiles guarding the front lawn of the Museum of Aviation are receiving a new paint job.  The two missiles, a Matador and a Mace, were developed after World War II as “pilotless bombers” and sent overseas to West Germany, Korea and Taiwan.  The Warner Robins Air Logistics Center at Robins Air Force Base had worldwide logistics management responsibility for the missiles throughout their service life. 

Job Opening on Robins Air Force Base

Job Opening on Robins Air Force Base

Call the Department of Labor Career Center at (478) 751-6164 and give them the job number of the position that interests you. 

You can see more jobs available in Central Georgia on 13WMAZ's Job Market Thursday page.

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    Job Title:    Electrician
    Location:    Robins Air Force Base GA
    Pay:          N/A
    Education:  N/A
    Job Number: GA8062224
    Minimum of twenty-four (24) months commercial electrical work experience.

Planned MilPDS Shutdown Postponed

Planned MilPDS Shutdown Postponed

 

The Air Force Times by Markeisha Ricks

After months of warning airmen to prepare for a shutdown of its military personnel data system in December, the Air Force Personnel Center called the whole thing off.

F-15 Upgrades Aim to Double Service Life

F-15 Upgrades Aim to Double Service Life

 

The Air Force Times by Brian Everstine

The Air Force first began flying the F-15 Eagle about 40 years ago, and with delays to the fifth-generation fleet and a continued need for fighters in the air, the service plans to keep the aircraft in service for years to come.

The Air Force plans several upgrades: F-15C and F-15E Strike Eagles are both set to receive new radars, radios and helmets, along with structural integrity tests aimed at almost doubling the service life of the aircraft.