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  • Misuse of prescription drugs could cost Airmen career

    Sitting in his room with a headache, an Airman contemplates whether or not to take pain medication that was prescribed to him for a tooth extraction several months ago. He decides it's pain medication, and he's suffering from pain, so there can be no harm. The next day, the Airman tests positive in a random drug test. His career now hangs in the

    This is a very good question. First, you should come to the base legal office for an evaluation as to whether we can address your needs. If the base legal office is unable to provide the kind of assistance that you need (for example, filing for divorce or handling a criminal matter), then we have the resources to assist you in your search. What?
  • Home buyer Tax Credits About To Expire

    The first time home buyer and repeat home buyer tax credits are due to expire very shortly and there is no way to know if they will be extended further. The Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009 provides an $8,000 tax credit for first-time home buyers purchasing a residence. The tax credit applies to sales occurring on or
  • Think Before You Drink: Base Alcohol Policy

    Before you open your first beer after a hard day of work, don't forget that there is an alcohol policy in place that governs your actions. Members will not consume alcohol:1. If the member is under the age of 21. Under age members who violate this provision are subject to criminal prosecution under the state laws of Iowa and are subject to unit
  • Financial Hardships and Security Clearances

    It goes without saying that members of the Guard are not immune to the financial turmoil that many in society are facing. This issue may cause members to worry that the financial trouble they are experiencing may have ramifications for their service in the Guard.The area where this would be of the most concern would be with the criteria for