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The Grambling State University Tigers, led by Head Coach Broderick Fobbs, are set to take on the North Carolina Central University Eagles, led by Head Coach Jerry Mack. This marks the second year for the Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl, which showcases the heritage, legacy, pageantry and tradition of HBCUs. The game will be televised live on ABC to open the bowl season. The postseason college football bowl game will kick off at noon ET on Saturday at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl teams set for a throw-back matchup
Now that all the dust has settled, the Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl has the two top teams from the Southwestern Athletic Conference and Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference set to battle for the crown of historically black college and university national champion.
0 12/12
2016
The 403rd Wing Recruiting Office won the Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service's Share Your Adventure Award Oct. 27. This award was presented for having the most ascessions through the Get 1 Now program. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Heather Heiney) 403rd Wing recruiters win Share Your Adventure Award
“Start Your Adventure” is the Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service’s slogan to draw in potential new Airmen. But if someone is already a part of the Air Force Reserve, they can share their adventure through the Get 1 Now program.
0 11/10
2016
Military Training Instructors from Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, travel to Air Force Reserve units throughout the US to  inform Reservists about Air Guard Reserve, Air Reserve Technician and Traditional Reserve positions as military training instructors in the grades of Staff through Master Sergeant. (U.S. Air Force File Photo/Staff Sgt. Adam C. Borgman) Reserve military training instructors needed
The 433rd Training Squadron is recruiting NCOs to serve as Reserve Military Training Instructors to train tomorrow's Airmen at Joint Base san Antonio-Lackland, Texas.Reservists between the ranks of Staff Sgt. to Master Sgt. can not only serve as instructors in the Traditional Reservist capacity, but also through the Active Guard Reserve and Air
0 12/29
2015
Maj Gen Richard S. Haddad, Air Force Reserve Command vice commander, flips the coin prior to the kickoff of the Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta Dec. 19. (Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Chance Baibn) AF Reserve kicks off inaugural Celebration Bowl
The North Carolina A&T Aggies defeated the Alcorn State Braves to become the first ever Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl champions at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Dec. 19. “You don’t get opportunities like this very often,” said Maj. Gen. Richard Haddad, Air Force Reserve Command vice commander. “The Air Force Reserve is definitely going to
0 12/21
2015
Opportunities are available for qualified officers to fill nearly 100 projected Air Force ROTC detachment instructor vacancies throughout the nation next summer, Air Force officials recently announced. 
Reservists go active duty
At the beginning of fiscal year 2016 the Air Force Personnel Center launched the Voluntary Limited Period of Active Duty program.The program is offering some great opportunities for Air Force Reservists interested in returning to active duty.Under VLPAD, opportunities to serve an active-duty tour for a period of three years and one day are being
0 12/14
2015
Recruiters from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., and Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., accept their award for the Top Flight in Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service for FY 1015Nov. 5 at Warner-Robins Air Force Base, Ga. They earned the award for having met 209% of their annual accessions goal. Their recruiting zone includes the greater Tucson, Ariz., and Southern N.M. areas. (Courtesy photo) 
Team Davis-Monthan wins AFRC Recruiting award
"Team Davis-Monthan" won the Top Flight in Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service for FY 1015, having met 209 percent of their annual accessions goal. Additionally, Master Sgt. Adam Eldard, 943rd Rescue Group in-service recruiter, won Top Recruiter in the command for FY 2015, having met 235 percent of his annual accessions goal."Team
0 12/14
2015
Maj. Gen. Richard S. Haddad, Air Force Reserve Command vice commander and Mr. John Grant, Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl executive director, take a tour of the headquarters prior to meeting to discuss the upcoming bowl game. The Air Force Reserve will be the title sponsor for the Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl, slated for Dec. 19 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. (Air Force photo/Master Sgt Chance Babin) AF Reserve joins inaugural Celebration Bowl as title sponsor
The Air Force Reserve has signed on to be the title sponsor of the inaugural Celebration Bowl. The game, scheduled for Dec. 19 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, will begin the college football bowl season. Kickoff is set for noon, and the game will be broadcast nationally on the ABC network.The Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl will feature the
0 12/04
2015
Dr. John Beshai, Arizona Mayo Clinic cardiologist and senior associate consultant, raises his right hand while Col. Kurt Gallegos, 944th Fighter Wing commander, tenders the Oath of Office during a short ceremony and welcomed Beshai to the unit Oct. 24, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. (U.S. Air Force photo taken by Tech. Sgt. Louis Vega Jr.) Mayo Clinic cardiologist follows heart, gives back to troops
Both a fathers dream for his son's success and a sons desire to serve his country, finally came true in pursuit of the American dream October 24.Dr. John F. Beshai, Arizona Mayo Clinic cardiologist and senior associate consultant, took the Oath of Office for the United States Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) and more specifically the 944th
0 11/29
2015
Default Air Force Logo Increased mission requirements open doors for continued service
The Air Force is introducing several personnel and manpower initiatives to meet increased mission requirements outlined in the fiscal year 2016 President’s Budget. The Air Force is undergoing a concerted effort to stabilize and grow the force by fiscal 2017, to include addressing key gaps in the nuclear, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, and support career fields.
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2015
Airman 1st Class Will Akers, 86th Aerial Port Squadron cargo specialist, spots Tech. Sgt. Sarah Ourso, 86th APS load planner, in the Halvorsen Loader, also known as a 25K loader, March 27. Operating and spotting on the Halvorsen is one of the fundamental skill sets new air transportation specialists learn. Both of the Air Force Reserve's aerial port units at McChord Field - 36th and 86th APS - are in the market for new Airmen.(U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Jake Chappelle) Air transportation careers in demand at McChord
The AirForce Reserve needs more air transportation specialist at McChord Field like Airman 1st Class Will Akers.The 86th Aerial Port Squadron cargospecialist is one of many Citizen Airmen trained to manage cargo and passengerson aircraft.These jacks of all trades are hybrids of their counterpartsin the civilian world by fusing cargo shipping
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2015
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