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Air Force Reserve Command
Planning for Today, Tomorrow

Planning for Today, Tomorrow

Community Spotlight - A5A8
 Planning for Today, Tomorrow

Planning for Today, Tomorrow

Community Spotlight - A5A8
Col. Greg Eckfeld (left) and Col. Brian Borgen, vice commander and commander of the 442d Fighter Wing respectively, meet with the Kansas City Chiefs cheerleaders during the Military Appreciation Day event at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., April 30, 2016. Service members and their families enjoyed photo-ops and autographs with the Chiefs cheerleaders and players, among other activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Missy Sterling) Col. Greg Eckfeld (left) and Col. Brian Borgen, vice commander and commander of the 442d Fighter Wing respectively, meet with the Kansas City Chiefs cheerleaders during the Military Appreciation Day event at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., April 30, 2016. Service members and their families enjoyed photo-ops and autographs with the Chiefs cheerleaders and players, among other activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Missy Sterling)

Chief connection

NFL team shares draft day with 442nd FW
AFRC Innovation

AFRC Innovation


Airmen with the 433rd Airlift Wing wave to the grandstands as they pass in front of the Alamo during the Fiesta Flambeau parade April 23, 2016. The Fiesta Flambeau parade is one of the largest illuminated parades in the world, with over 750,000 spectators and 1.5 million television viewers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Benjamin Faske) Airmen with the 433rd Airlift Wing wave to the grandstands as they pass in front of the Alamo during the Fiesta Flambeau parade April 23, 2016. The Fiesta Flambeau parade is one of the largest illuminated parades in the world, with over 750,000 spectators and 1.5 million television viewers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Benjamin Faske)

Viva Fiesta

Alamo Wing participates in 67th annual parade
Belle Fisher Belle Fisher

Still Going Strong

'Ms. Belle' surpasses 50 years of service
Flying Jennies Flying Jennies

Flying Jennies

Unit showcases capabilities in exercise
Dobbins rains on Germany Dobbins rains on Germany

Dobbins rains on Germany

During Exercise Saber Junction
Kodiak moment Kodiak moment

Kodiak moment

Team wraps up Arctic Care 2016
Combat Aviation Advisors help partner nation mechanics with aircraft maintenance during a deployed mission in March. A CAA deployment sends a small team of Airmen to assess, advise, train, and assist friendly and allied forces with their own airpower resources. Duke Field is the home of the only two CAA squadrons in the Air Force, the active-duty 6th Special Operations Squadron and the Reserve 711th SOS. Combat Aviation Advisors help partner nation mechanics with aircraft maintenance during a deployed mission in March. A CAA deployment sends a small team of Airmen to assess, advise, train, and assist friendly and allied forces with their own airpower resources. Duke Field is the home of the only two CAA squadrons in the Air Force, the active-duty 6th Special Operations Squadron and the Reserve 711th SOS.

Quiet professionals

Duke advisors train foreign aviators
Outstanding Airmen

Outstanding Airmen

AFRC announces 2015 winners
Next Deputy Chief Next Deputy Chief

Next Deputy Chief

Maj. Gen. Bruce Miller to fill Pentagon post
Winning Your Wings II

Winning Your Wings II

AFRC video is best AF production

about the af reserve

Air Force Reserve Handbook Air Force Reserve Mission Briefing AF Reserve Snapshot
Air Reserve Technician job vacancies on USAJobs.gov Citizen Airman Magazine Wingmantoolkit.org 
 AFR Vision and Guiding Principles AFR Vision Update 2015 Military records request  
  AFR Vision and Guiding Principles 2013 AFR Vision Update 2015

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AFRC Public Affairs  AF Reserve Recruiting Service AFRC Inspector General
255 Richard Ray Blvd
Bldg 220
Robins AFB, GA 31098-1815
afrc.paworkflow@us.af.mil
180 Page Road, Bldg 208
Robins AFB, GA 31098-1815
800-257-1212
www.afreserve.com
255 Richard Ray Blvd
Bldg 220
Robins AFB, GA 31098-1815
AFRC.IGworkflow@us.af.mil