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Senior Master Sgt. Kenneth Toon, left 507th Air Refueling Wing recruiting flight chief greets Gov. Mary Fallin at the Oklahoma State Capital, March 5 along with Col. Thomas Smith, 507th Operations Group commander, right.   Some of the 507th Air Refueling Wing’s newest Air Force Reserve recruiters met with the Oklahoma governor to thank her for her support to their recruiting efforts in the greater Oklahoma area.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Maj. Jon Quinlan) Air Force Reserve recruiters thank Oklahoma governor

0 3/05
2014
The Air Force Reserve Command chaplain convened the annual chaplain vectoring board at AFRC headquarters here Feb. 6. The chaplain corps exists to promote and guarantee every American military member’s first amendment right to free exercise of religion. From the founding days our nation, one of the very first decisions that was made was to create a chaplain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Elizabeth Van Patten) Chaplains vector people, programs, professionals
The Air Force Reserve Command chaplain convened the annual chaplain vectoring board here Feb. 6.While the AFRC manages the accessions training program, Col. Gary Califf, AFRC command chaplain, calls on active duty and Air National Guard chaplains to help vector chaplain candidates for further training and development before they graduate from
0 2/13
2014
U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Craig Ridener, 434th Air Refueling Wing recruiter, talks with U.S. Army National Guard Pvt. 1st Class Mitchell Wooten, about opportunities in the Air Force Reserve at Grissom Air Reserve Base, Ind., Jan. 15, 2014. The Air Force Reserve Command is now actively seeking Airmen who want to serve as full-time recruiters on active-guard and reserve tours. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Mark R. W. Orders-Woempner) 
Reserve Command seeks to recruit recruiters
Tasked with filling the ranks, recruiters are at the start of all Airmen's careers, and now they're looking to pull from those ranks to fill their own. The Air Force Reserve Command is now actively seeking Airmen who want to serve as full-time recruiters on active-guard and reserve tours, said Senior Master Sgt. Robert Mielke, 434th Air Refueling
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2014
Master Sgt. Alex Evanosky (far left), an aeromedical evacuation technician assigned to the 315th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, Joint Base Charleston, S.C., gives instruction to newly minted flight nurses (left to right) Capt. Karen Steward, 1st Lt. Kofi Ofori-Owusu and Capt. Rachel Hester while conducting training aboard a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft enroute to Incirlik Air Base, Turkey Dec. 19, 2013.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Bobby Pilch/released)   47-year-old mom joins AF Reserve
Imagine... your child just graduated high school and is deciding between college and the Air Force, but at 47-years-old, you join instead. That is exactly what Capt. Karen Stewart, a newly qualified flight nurse with the 315th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. did."After my son graduated from high school, he was trying
0 12/24
2013
Airmen from the Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service give a cheer during their annual readiness training event Nov. 5 at the Combat Readiness Training Center in Savannah, Ga. The Reserve recruiters, who have the best recruiter-to-accession ratio in the Defense Department, recently earned the Air Force Organizational Excellence Award. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Shawn J. Jones) Recruiters officially recognized for excellence
Airmen of the Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service learned they were selected to receive the Air Force Organizational Excellence Award Dec. 9.The award will be conferred to the nearly 500 Airmen of the Recruiting Service for their exceptional service during the period from October 2010 to September 2012.Recruiting Service commander Col.
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2013
Colonel Mark S. Larson, 931st Air Refueling Group Commander, delivers the oath of enlistment during a swearing in ceremony of the first period intermission at the Wichita Thunder hockey game at Intrust Bank Arena, Dec. 7.  Six future 931st ARG members enlisted during the ceremony. (Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Brannen Parrish) Air Force on ice: Reserve enlists six during hockey game
Six men and women took the first steps toward future careers in the Air Force Reserve during the first period intermission of the Wichita Thunder hockey game against the Tulsa Oilers, at Intrust Bank Arena, Dec. 7.Colonel Mark S. Larson, commander, 931st Air Refueling Group presided over the ceremony, delivering the oath of enlistment to the
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2013
Col. Raymond A. Kozak (left), the 512th Airlift Wing commander at Dover Air Force Base, Del., administers the oath of enlistment to two new recruits and one reservist re-enlistee as part of the World Championship Punkin Chunkin Opening Ceremony in Bridgeville, Del., Nov. 2, 2013. The 512th AW, the only Air Force Reserve unit in Delaware, is actively hiring new people to meet a new recruiting goal to increase the size of the unit to more than 1,900 members. (Courtesy photo by Greg L. Davis) Reserve wing holds enlistment ceremony at Punkin Chunkin
The 512th Airlift Wing conducted an enlistment ceremony during the World Championship Punkin Chunkin Opening Ceremony Nov. 2 in Bridgeville, Del. On stage at an event, which attracted thousands, the Dover AFB Honor Guard presented the colors, and 2nd Lt. Adara Scholl, 436th AW, sang the national anthem. The military ceremony featured two recruits
0 11/06
2013
Senior Master Sergeant Carla Lang, Reserve Recruiting Flight Chief for the 940th Wing at Beale Air Force Base, Calif., highlights advantages of the Evaluation Standardized Test, a tool used by air component recruiters to get a general idea of a prospective recruit's aptitude for different jobs within the military. Lang said the EST saves the government money and helps recruiters target recruit for particular positions within a unit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dana Lineback)  Pre-screening test helps reserve recruiters match people with jobs
Active duty Air Force recruiters began offering applicants an unproctored online version of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, Nov. 1.The new Pre-screening, internet-delivered Computer Adaptive Test is a practice test for the ASVAB, the comprehensive exam used by all branches of the military to get a general idea of an applicant's
0 11/06
2013
Air Force Reserve recruiters and 446th Airlift Wing Citizen Airmen from aircraft maintenance, civil engineer, airlift, and aeromedical evacuation units participated in creating awareness for visitors at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup, Wash., Sept. 16-18. They greeted fairgoers and came away with more than 50 potential recruits over the three days. McChord reservists represent at historic state fair
Air Force Reserve recruiters and 446th Airlift Wing Citizen Airmen from aircraft maintenance, civil engineer, airlift, and aeromedical evacuation units participated in creating awareness for visitors at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup, Wash., Sept. 16-18. They greeted fairgoers and came away with more than 50 potential recruits over the three
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2013
The Get1Now program, an incentive program managed by the Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service, rewards current Airmen for referring qualified candidates to a recruiter. One of the key benefits of the program is that it allows Citizen Airmen to play a direct role in deciding who will make up the future of the Air Force Reserve. (U.S. Air Force illustration by Master Sgt. Shawn J. Jones) Get1Now allows reservists to build future, reap rewards
Reservists can help the Air Force Reserve find candidates for the next generation of Citizen Airmen and receive rewards and recognition at the same time through the Get1Now program. Managed by the Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service, the program encourages reservists to recommend the people they know - friends, family and acquaintances -
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