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2014 Year in Review

AFRC 2014 Year in Review
Deployers come home Deployers come home

Deployers come home

'What a great way to start the day'
An August issue An August issue

An August issue

Citizen Airman is now online
Fruits of labor Fruits of labor

Fruits of labor

Program managers experience upgrades
Maj. Warren Neary, an Air Force Reserve Historian and artist addresses the audience during the Reserve Officers Association National Convention in Washington D.C. Jul. 27, 2015. Neary, an award-winning artist who was recently selected as the 2015 Air Force Association National Aerospace Gill Robb Wilson Award for Arts and Letters, participated in an unveiling of his painting Maj. Warren Neary, an Air Force Reserve Historian and artist addresses the audience during the Reserve Officers Association National Convention in Washington D.C. Jul. 27, 2015. Neary, an award-winning artist who was recently selected as the 2015 Air Force Association National Aerospace Gill Robb Wilson Award for Arts and Letters, participated in an unveiling of his painting

'Deterrence on Demand'

Reservist unveils AF art program painting
Schoolhouse

Schoolhouse

Reserve pilots support F-35 training
A 137th Air Refueling Wing aircrew taxis in a Reserve KC-135R as they completed the last day flight of the association, June 24, 2015 at Tinker Air Force Base. This final fight marks an end to the formal Air Reserve Component Association between the 507th Air Refueling Wing and the 137th ARW (U.S. Air Force Photo/Maj. Jon Quinlan). A 137th Air Refueling Wing aircrew taxis in a Reserve KC-135R as they completed the last day flight of the association, June 24, 2015 at Tinker Air Force Base. This final fight marks an end to the formal Air Reserve Component Association between the 507th Air Refueling Wing and the 137th ARW (U.S. Air Force Photo/Maj. Jon Quinlan).

Era ends

ARC association ends at Tinker
Two F-35A Lightning II aircraft are on static display during the 34th Fighter Squadron’s activation ceremony held July 17 at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The 34th will be the first combat squadron to fly the Air Force’s newest fighter aircraft, the F-35A. The squadron has an extremely rich history. After many contributions in major U.S. conflicts, the 34th was relocated to Hill AFB on Dec. 8, 1975, where they became the first fighter squadron to receive the F-16 fighter aircraft. The squadron’s first F-35A will arrive in September. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd Two F-35A Lightning II aircraft are on static display during the 34th Fighter Squadron’s activation ceremony held July 17 at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The 34th will be the first combat squadron to fly the Air Force’s newest fighter aircraft, the F-35A. The squadron has an extremely rich history. After many contributions in major U.S. conflicts, the 34th was relocated to Hill AFB on Dec. 8, 1975, where they became the first fighter squadron to receive the F-16 fighter aircraft. The squadron’s first F-35A will arrive in September. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd

F-35 arrives

Hill active, reserve units begin new era
Keeping pace Keeping pace

Keeping pace

AF faces challenges in digital age
Caring for America

Caring for America

Medical IRT serves East Black Belt families
Winning Your Wings II

Winning Your Wings II


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