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Staff Sgt. Owen Dismuke, Vehicle Maintenance Craftsman, 944th Logistics Readiness Squadron and Technical Sgt. Donald Blood, 944th Security Forces, both from Luke AFB, AZ discuss the benefits of the Air Force Reserve to an Airman at a recruiting event at RAF Mildenhall, England, 22 July 2013.  Sgts. Dismuke and Blood assisted the In-Service Recruiter at RAF Mildenhall while on their annual tour.  (US Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Josh Nason) 944th reservist bring fresh insight to England recruiting
Serving as the lone Air Force Reserve recruiter for all of England, Master Sgt. Michael Melendez,regularly covers eight different bases spread throughout the country. As the Air Force In-Service Recruiter at the 100th Air Mobility Wing, RAF Mildenhall, England, he contacts each Air Force member who is due for separation from active duty and
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Master Sgt. John Fitzpatrick, 931st Maintenance Squadron, edges out the competition during the PMRA Series Race #2 at Thunder Valley Raceway in Noble, Okla., May 18.Fitzpatrick receives sponsorship from Air Force Reserve Command. (Courtesy photo by Bland Bridenstine) Reserve racer takes first, runner up in motorcycle racing
An Air Force Reserve-sponsored racer assigned to the 931st Air Refueling Group took first place in one racing competition and runner-up in another category at the Professional Motorcycle Riders Association Series Race at Thunder Valley Raceway in Noble, Okla., May 18.Master Sgt. John Fitzpatrick, shop chief, Aircraft Structural Maintenance, 931st
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Recruiting Service Recruiters break 200 mark early, top all 44 Reserve recruiting flights
Like a NASCAR champ, recruiters for both the 302nd Airlift and 310th Space Wings took the lead Air Force Reserve-wide recently, hitting the 200 recruit mark first on March 27.Local recruiters were the first to gain 200 recruit accessions for Fiscal Year 2013, putting them well on their way of their annual goal of 440. Senior Master Sgt. Gene
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Capt. Molly Sanford, 315th Airlift Wing pilot, talks to girls on the flight line just before a tour of the C-17 Globemaster III aircraft at Joint Base Charleston, SC, March 26. Nearly 140 eighth and ninth grade-girls from Charleston area schools visited to learn about jobs in aviation. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Scott Mathews) Future aviators attend JB Charleston Women in Aviation career day
 About 140 eighth and ninth-grade girls from 19 Charleston-area schools visited Joint Base Charleston March 26 to learn about jobs in aviation as part of the 6th annual Women in Aviation Career Day. The event was kicked off with a skit performed by 315th Airlift Members who told stories of their career paths from high school to their current jobs
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Accompanied by Chief Master Sgt. Steve Larwood, 22nd Air Force command chief, Delayed Enlistment Program trainees march in formation to the Peterson Air Force Base dining facility March 2. More than 50 trainees have entered a joint 302nd Airlift Wing/310th Space Wing Development and Training Flight since December at Peterson AFB, Colo. The flight aims to ease the trainees into a military lifestyle, and provides them with the opportunity to better understand the military before shipping out for basic training. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Stephen J. Collier) Development flight gives delayed enlistees headstart
The sounds of civilians marching in lock step, the sidestepping of recruits in the dining facility and familiar commands being barked at gaggles of stunned humans. It's official: basic military training has moved from San Antonio to the high country of Colorado.Well, sort of. The 302nd Airlift Wing, together with Schriever Air Force Base's 310th
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Master Sgt. Yvette Larson, 446th Airlift Wing officer accessions recruiter for the Western Recruiting Squadron, is the winner of the Top Health Professions/Officer Accessions Award. She exceeded her recruiting goal by 429 percent. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Madelyn McCullough) Western region recruiter excels in accessions
Just as a track star battles exhaustion to be the first to the finish line, a 446th Airlift Wing recruiter strived to conquer all obstacles she faced in her career last year. By going above and beyond expectations, she earned one of the top awards in recruiting for Fiscal Year 2012.Master Sgt. Yvette Larson, officer accessions recruiter of the
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Master Sgt. Michael Langdon, 944th Fighter Wing Medical Recruiter talks to a Midwestern University fourth year medical students about the benefits and rewards of joining the Air Force Reserves. Future doctors visit Luke Reserve wing
Midwestern University fourth year medical students learned about the benefits and rewards of joining the Air Force during a visit here Jan. 28."These seniors are about to embark on their residencies," said Master Sgt. Michael Langdon, 944th Fighter Wing Medical Recruiter. "It is the perfect time to start the conversation with them about the
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Gen. William Shelton, Commander, Air Force Space Command, congratulates and “coins” (then technical sergeant) Master Sgt. Sherrie Eden for her Recruiting Service accomplishments.  Eden, an Air Force Reserve line recruiter at the 302nd Airlift Wing at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. tied for first place in a challenge issued by Shelton. The general asked recruiters to try to find placements for critically manned space operations positions. Eden who placed 48-percent of her recruits in space command during the challenge timeframe, was surprised by the honor. “I’m just focused on doing my job,” said Eden (Courtesy photo) Air Force Reserve recruiter honored by Space Command

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Master Sgt. Shane Leavitt, 419th Fighter Wing recruiter, fine tunes the salutes of the 419th Development and Training Flight members. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Crystal Charriere) Future Airmen sample basic training
The 419th Development and Training Flight helps new Reserve recruits start off on the right foot before they leave for basic military training. Each Unit Training Assembly, Master Sgt. Shane Leavitt, 419th recruiter, instructs about 20 new recruits on subjects like Air Force history, chain of command, military acronyms and what to expect during BMT
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Col. Raymond A. Kozak, center, commander of the 512th Airlift Wing, swears in members of the Delayed Entry Program into the Air Force Reserves Oct. 13, 2012, at Dover Downs in Dover, Del. The 512th AW held a mass enlistment ceremony during Delaware's first professional mixed martial arts event at the hotel and casino. (U.S. Air Force photo by Roland Balik) Recruits join AF Reserve at mixed martial arts event
A group of men and women from all over Delaware joined the Air Force Reserve during a mass enlistment ceremony Saturday night at Delaware's first professional Mixed Martial Arts event inside the Dover Downs Hotel and Casino. Inside a caged ring, friends and family of the recruits along with hundreds of MMA fans witnessed the Dover Air Force Base
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