E.S.T. School Team Pictures & Other Team Photos
If you are interested in seeing these historical photos, please come join us at our Yahoo Group Website. See the link below: E.S.T. Operators, Past and Present... ***Special thanks to the SP Museum Curator for sending us the Class Photos*** Milita Rios-Samaniego Museum Director/Curator USAF Security Forces Museum Lackland AFB, TX 78236-5429*** *PLEASE DROP HER A THANK YOU NOTE AND DON'T FORGET TO DONATE TO THE MUSEUM, IT'S OUR LEGACY!***
Lackland AFB Emergency Service Team - The Final Option
Thanks to TSgt Justin King for showing us the link to the video, and thanks to the Air Force Audio/Visual people at Lackland AFB for putting it together.
The Defender Project - Time to Start Writing!! Support this Project!
The Defender Project ------ Click on The Defender Project! ----Air Police, Security Police, Security Forces----- -------------From working Customs for the Marines going into Okinawa to running dismounted patrols outside Bagram to parachuting into Iraq, SF members have seen, experienced, enjoyed or endured many different experiences, hardships and dangers in the performance of their duties. Defenders have guarded the B-29s that dropped Little Boy and Fat Man, patrolled Kimpo Air Base in the bitter cold, hunted VC outside Pleiku, escorted convoys throughout Afghanistan and Iraq, and of course performed law enforcement missions in every corner of the world. -----------It’s time to tell some of those stories.
E.S.T. As we knew it! All The Way!
It's on Google Video... Check it out - Samuel L. Jackson Song from the Original Movie "SWAT" See the movie trailer below
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Neal Aldridge was a member of the 24th Security Police Squadron Emergency Service Team. He served on the team as a Operator and our Sniper. He is survived by his wife Tanya Aldridge, and his extended Emergency Service Team family. He served with honor, distinction and professionalism and will be missed by many of his friends. If you knew Neal, please feel free to leave a comment on the blog.
Rest in Peace Brother.
Posted by Roberto Bonefont, Sr. at 11:00 AM