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Welcome to the RED HORSE and Prime BEEF Association

An Association of Past and Present Members of Prime BEEF and RED HORSE

"Let's make us greater, together"

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The RED HORSE and Prime BEEF Association was formed in 2001 as it was determined there was a need for all USAF Combat Civil Engineers to remain in touch, re-establish old friendships, create new ones, perpetuate our spirit and traditions, represent the interests, provide a fraternal atmosphere, encourage social interaction, develop a scholarship fund and support our members in their time of need.
 
Our Mission is to increase awareness of the USAF Combat Civil Engineers accomplishments and tradition of excellence past and present during war and peace time with the American populace, preserve our proud heritage, share our legacy and to foster strong and mutually beneficial relationships among government, educational and civic leaders. It is our desire to be a significant force of support towards the USAF CE strategic mission, to be able to contribute to the over all morale and enhance the welfare of our profession.
 
We are a non-profit, tax exempt, non-commercial professional military association that exists to support, promote and develop the interests of all past, present, Active, AFRC and ANG USAF Combat Civil Engineer professionals.
 
Membership applications are available on this web site (the second red tab on the top left of this page) or feel free to contact us for more information.
 
Stanley Irwin, President
RED HORSE and Prime BEEF Association
 
 

 

 
560th RHS Standup
on Tuesday, 24 February 2009

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The 560th RED HORSE Squadron will stand up at Charleston AFB, SC on Sunday the 8th of March, 2009 at 11:30 am. A reception immediately follows at the Charleston Club, building 322.

Anyone who can possibly attend is encouraged to.

Congratulations to the 560th.


Last update: Tuesday, 24 February 2009

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567th RHS Standup
on Tuesday, 24 February 2009

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The 567th RED HORSE Squadron will stand up at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC on Saturday the 7th of March, 2009 at 9:30 am. A reception immediately follows at building 4600.

Anyone who can possibly attend is encouraged to.

Congratulations to the 567th.


Last update: Tuesday, 24 February 2009

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Joint Effort Results in New Aviation Facility
on Thursday, 22 January 2009

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By Cpt. Katherine Zyla
Multi-National Division - Center

TALIL, Iraq – Task Force 449’s new aviation maintenance facility, originally scheduled to open Jan. 15, opened one week early due to the dedication and diligence of the Army, Air Force and civilian personnel tasked with its construction and outfitting.

“This project is an excellent example of good people from different services working together to achieve a common goal.” said Lt. Col. Michael L. Fields, TF 449 deputy commander, who lives in Winston-Salem, N.C. “The end result is a productive aircraft maintenance facility that will provide support to all aviation resources in southern Iraq.”

Airmen with 557th Expeditionary Red Horse Squadron, from Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., played a critical role in developing the aviation intermediate maintenance facility in Talil, which will be used for all helicopter scheduled, unscheduled and phased maintenance as well as support aviation brigade operations, command and control center, and aircraft parking.


Last update: Thursday, 22 January 2009

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Airmen provide power to the people
on Saturday, 17 January 2009

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by Senior Airman Brok McCarthy
379th Air Expeditionary Wing Public Affairs


1/16/2009 - SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFNS) -- Twenty members of the 379th Civil Engineer Squadron electrical systems shop at this air base in Southwest Asia give power to the people while giving them the energy they need to get through every day.

Responsible for repairing and maintaining all lighting fixtures, street lights, power outlets and other low voltage jobs for all flightline and base facilities, most people do not notice the sheer magnitude of power these Airmen have. 


Last update: Saturday, 17 January 2009

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Air Force engineers answer the call from Soldiers in Iraq
on Saturday, 27 December 2008

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by Staff Sgt. Andrea Thacker
Air Forces Central news team


12/24/2008 - JOINT BASE BALAD, Iraq (AFNS) -- "Answering the call" is a motto 732nd Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron Airmen believe in, and it's something Soldiers can attest to.

This team of combat-trained engineers, assigned to the 732nd ECES Det. 6, will build anything, anywhere to help Soldiers in Iraq accomplish their mission or to improve quality of life.

"We do vertical and horizontal construction projects at different forward operating bases," said Maj. Thomas Taylor, the Det. 6 commander. "We can build a FOB from the ground up or expand facilities to provide more space for Soldiers to live and work in. We give Soldiers who go outside the wire to conduct the combat mission a better quality of life."

Although the nature of their mission hasn't changed, these Airmen who work with the Army -- and in most cases fill Army civil engineer positions -- have adjusted to a mission that takes them outside the wire to provide their construction and electrical services.


Last update: Saturday, 27 December 2008

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