May's Post its, Promotions and News Picks
By Senior Airman Ashley Ramirez, 146th Airlift Wing
/ Published May 04, 2012
CHANNEL ISLANDS AIR NATIONAL GUARD STATION, Calif. -- Please check our public webpage as well as our Facebook for more stories and photos to come soon! Also look for another Commander's View coming shortly!
Here is the latest information and news you need to know from the 146th!
Welcome our newest Airmen of the 146th!
2nd Lieutenant Curtis Charles Byrd- 115th Airlift Squadron
Senior Airman Steven A. Calaway- 115th Airlift Squadron
Senior Airman Chantelle Noellewenz Barclay- 146th Medical Group
Staff Sergeant Melissa R. Stiehler- 146th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron
Airman 1st Class Jennifer Lynn Schnepp- 146th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron
Captain Jeremy L Mcnally- 115th Airlift squadron
Senior Airman Torrence Dean Pineaubrown- 146th Maintenance Squadron
Airman 1st Class-Desiree Renee Patterson- 146th Logistics Readiness Squadron
Farewell to all of our retirees and separations!
Staff Sergeant Ruben Bustamante- 146th Civil Engineering Squadron
Staff Sergeant Ashley Hayes-216th Operations Support S
Senior Airman Joseph Stremlau-216th Operations Support Squadron
Congratulations to recent graduates from formal schools!
Staff Sergeant Matthew Slipich- Aeromedical Evacuation Technician
Staff Sergeant Timothy Cotterall- Emergency Management Craftsman
Staff Sergeant Nakeia S. Tapley- Air Force Contingency Response Mission Orientation Basic Course
Staff Sergeant Jonathan Bass - Security Forces Craftsman Course
Lieutenant Colonel Jose R. D. Cabrera- Aeromedical Evacuation Contingency Operations Training
Dining Facility Menu
Green beans and cauliflower
Catholic Mass: 1100
Protestant Service: 1230
Both services are held in the Commanders Conference Room, Bldg 119
UTA SCHEDULE FOR MAY AND JUNE!
DO NOT forget, we will have two UTA's in May to correspond with the upcoming Compliance Inspections. Since there will be two in May we are not having any UTA's in June. Please check with your supervisor for dates and times.
Don't have medical insurance? We are here to help!
Below is a link to Needy Meds. This is a website that has a current list of 1040 free clinics for Soldiers/Airmen to utilize that are without current health insurance. For more information or to find a clinic near you, please visit: http://www.needymeds.org/free_clinics.taf?_function=list&state=ca
Job fair for Military veterans
The Ventura County Veterans Training for Employment Program is hosting a Veteran's Job and Resource Fair on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza - Ventura Beach, 450 E. Harbor Blvd, Ventura. Local employers will be represented at this event with a variety of positions available. Any job seeker is asked to bring their resume and dress professionally. Time schedule is as follows:
Veteran Job Seeker Registration: 10:00 a.m.
Veteran Job Seekers: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Open to the Public: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
If you are an employer and wish to participate please email email@example.com for more information.
Attend the first ever California National Guard Child and Youth Adventure camp!
Introducing California's first ever CNG Child and Youth "Adventure's in Leadership" Camp. This Adventure camp is geared towards Teens Ages 14-18. They will be focusing on Team building and leadership skills, as well as community service. Goals will be accomplished through some of the awesome equipment at Camp San Luis Obispo, CA to include a High Rope Course, a Leadership Reaction Course, and a Rock Climbing Wall. The Camp will also include opportunities to learn leadership skills through Friday Night Lives' amazing curriculum. These teens will get the chance to break into Regions (North, Central, South) and focus on a community goal that they will plan and execute. For Registration click on the link below:
CAMP DATES: 26-28th June, 2012, Transportation will be provided from Sacramento, Fresno, and Los Alamitos.
Cost: FREE, however there will be a $50 holding deposit To Register Click event Brite link
CHAPERONES AND VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!! For More information contact Jerica Lovett- 916-369-4326
Applying for a loan? Need to know your credit score? Now you can get it, for free!
Anyone can obtain one free credit report from each of the three major U.S. credit reporting agencies (Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion) each year. To request a free credit report, go to www.annualcreditreport.com. Free credit reports requested online are viewable immediately upon authentication of identity. Free credit reports requested by phone or mail will be processed within 15 days of receiving your request. You should NEVER have to pay for getting a copy of your credit report. As a suggestion, the credit reports should not be requested all at the same time. For example, request a free credit report from Experian this month, wait 3-4 months, and then request one from Trans Union or Equifax.
In addition to obtaining your credit report, service and family members may also find out their credit score using the Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO) scoring system. Experian and TransUnion use FICO scores (Equifax uses BEACON). The FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) Investor Education Foundation is providing a free service for service and family members to obtain their FICO score and an analysis of their credit report. To use this free service (you should not PAY for this), go to www.saveandinvest.org/militarycenter, click on "Free Credit Score and Analysis", and then click on the yellow box/button that says "Register for Your Free FICO Credit Score". On the next screen, in the box labeled "Financial Educator Code" enter NGUU8CBN. This code is good until May 31, 2012 (it may be changed or extended past that date--we'll let you know).
Complete all the required information (as indicated by asterisks), choose which credit reporting agency (Experian or TransUnion), and you will receive your FICO credit score and analysis of your credit report. The report may be printed or downloaded.
Remember, there is NO CHARGE for either of these services.