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Xtreme Team member Lanalyne Hansend (left) reviews recruiting contacts with Tanya Nieves, the team lead. Nieves said her team is the first contact many recruits have with the Air Force Reserve. “We ask them if they’re interested in finding out how they can work a part-time job,” Nieves said. “If they say yes, we take their contact information and let them know someone will be in touch within a week.” (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Richard Gonzales) Meet the Xtreme Team
Meet the Xtreme Team, a unique extension to Air Force Reserve recruiting efforts. Energetic and hard working, Xtreme Team members travel to events across the country to find recruits with those same qualities. Whether it's an air show, concert or monster truck rally, the Xtreme Team will likely be there. During the Open House and Air Show here May
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2012
Tech. Sgt. Timothy Mullin (blue running shorts) leads Airmen during the development and training flight’s physical training session May 6. The purpose of the flight is to help prepare newly enlisted Airmen for basic training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Jonathan White) New reservists learn basics before basic training
Many Reserve Airmen entering basic military training no longer have to worry about fear of the unknown.The newly formed development and training flight fills the gap between the time new Airmen enlist and the time they ship off to Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, for basic training - a period which often lasts many months. Filling this time gap
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2012
Master Sgt. John Fitzpatrick, an aircraft structural maintenance technician from the 931st Maintenance Squadron, speeds past the finish line at more than 170 miles per hour at Thunder Valley Raceway in Noble, Oklah., April 28. Fitzpatrick took first place in the Professional Motorcycle Racing Association's Pro E.T., recording a running time of 9.057 seconds and a reaction time of .014 seconds in the 9.02 dial. The Air Reserve Technician is one of a handful of Air Force Reservists sponsored by the Air Force Reserve Recruiting Service. He has represented the Air Force Reserve at motorcycle races throughout the Midwestern and Southeastern United States. (Courtesy photo) Speed in Reserve

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2012
Chris Daughtry sings during the Get One Now Refer a Friend Tour in Columbia, S.C. Daughtry teamed up with the U.S. Air Force Reserve for the Get One Now “Refer a Friend Tour,” and the Columbia concert was one of 15 shows Daughtry is scheduled to perform for the USAFR during the tour. Chris Daughtry is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the rock band Daughtry. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Shane Ellis) Rock band Daughtry jams, delivers to Charleston Airmen
Multi-platinum rock band Daughtry cranked up the volume April 17, 2012 at the Township Auditorium in Columbia, S.C. and gave members of the 315th Airlift Wing here front row seats and the opportunity to meet the band.Daughtry teamed up with the U.S. Air Force Reserve for the Get One Now "Refer a Friend Tour," and the Columbia concert was one of 15
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2012
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - Master Sgt. Bobby Lampkin, 445th Reserve Recruiters office, visits with the public during the First Four Festival in downtown Dayton’s Oregon District March 11, 2012. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Anthony Springer) 445th AW recruiters participate in First Four Festival

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2012
Airman 1st Class John Wilson, of the 919th Special Operations Wing, calls cadence for new Air Force Reserve recruits, who are learning to march at Duke Field, Fla., Feb. 5.  This six-month-old introductory training is a new program for the reserve to help recruits prepare for military life prior to going to basic military training.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Samuel King Jr.) Reserve program preps recruits to 'Grab Some Air'
The 919th Special Operations Wing's newest Airmen can be seen each unit training assembly practicing facing movements and marching in formation as part of a six-month-old program that prepares delayed enlistment Airmen for basic military training and life in the Air Force.So far, more than 30 Airmen awaiting BMT are enrolled or have transitioned
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2012
Tech. Sgt. John Fitzpatrick is one of only three AFRC-sponsored Reservists who race, and the only motorcycle racer currently sponsored by AFRC. (Air Force Photo by Brannen Parrish) McConnell Airman represents AF Reserve at 172 miles per hour
Calling an Airman "high speed" is a figure of speech that goes hand-in-hand with phrases like "sharp troop," "go-getter," and "on-the-ball," but when someone says Tech Sgt. John Fitzpatrick is "high speed," the compliment is literal.Fitzpatrick, an aircraft structural craftsman with the 931st Maintenance Squadron, is one of three Air Force
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2012
Comedian and late-night talk show host Jay Leno tore the house down during his performance for the troops in Hangar 4 at McChord Field, Wash., May 7. This was one of Leno's many stops during his Tour for the Troops sponsored by Air Force Reserve Recruiting Service. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jarrett Branch/Released) Recruiters make goal
Air Force Reserve Command recruiters reached their annual recruiting goal Sept. 22, when they recorded their 10,150th enlistment.The 400 men and women who recruit worldwide for the command had until the end of the fiscal year on Sept. 30 to reach the annual goal."This achievement is a testament to your enthusiasm and your commitment to excellence,"
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2011
Air Force Master Sgt. Christopher Brown (right), a first-year recruiter for the 446th Airlift Wing, McChord Field, Wash. speaks with Air Force Staff Sgt. Jennifer Eldridge, Sept. 16, 2011. Eldridge was the 72nd person he had enlisted this year, which put him into the Century Club. The Century Club is when a recruiter exceeds his goals at a minimum of 150 percent. Brown is currently at 225 percent. (U.S. Air Force photo by Sandra Pishner) Rookie Air Force Reserve recruiter crushes expectations
Some experts will warn you to pace yourself when starting a new job because immediate burn-out may occur.Apparently, Master Sgt. Christopher Brown, a first-year recruiter with the Air Force Reserve, Western Reserve Squadron, Tacoma, Wash. office didn't get the memo.Since Brown started recruiting in October 2010, two of his goals were to be rookie
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2011
Crewmembers on a 909th Air Refueling Squadron KC-135 Stratotanker refuel a Japan Air Self Defense Force F-15 Eagle during bilateral air refueling training May 17, 2010, at Kadena Air Base, Japan. (Courtesy photo) McConnell tanker unit seeks 'muscle plane' pilots
The 931st Air Refueling Group is looking for experienced military pilots and college graduates with pilot training to drive the backbone of the Air Force Reserve air refueling fleet.The group is seeking pilots to fly the KC-135 Stratotanker, which performs a variety of missions central to the Air Force's goal of attaining air superiority including
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2011
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