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Jay Leno entertains members of the 433rd Airlift Wing, wounded warriors and their families Aug. 6, 2011 at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. High Flight, an Air Force Reserve band, entertained the audience before Leno took the stage. The performance was part of the Refer a Friend Tour, which was to thank the Airmen who participated and educate other about the benefits of the Get 1 Program.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Brian McGloin) Jay Leno entertains Airmen, families at Lackland

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Lt. Gen. Charles E. Stenner Jr., left, commander of Air Force Reserve Command, and Col. Joe N. Wilburn, commander of AFRC Recruiting Service, share a chuckle about the over-sized scissors used to cut the ribbon dedicating recruiting’s new building on Robins Air Force Base, Ga., July 15, 2011. Staff Sgt. Christopher Earl Johnson, right, and his son helped cut the ribbon dedicating the building. Johnson enlisted in the Air Force Reserve before the ceremony as a traditional reservist in the 55th Combat Communications Squadron at Robins AFB. A former Marine, Johnson is a self-employed roofer in civilian life. (U.S. Air Force photo/Claude Lazzara)

Recruiting cuts ribbon to dedicate new building

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Airman 1st Class Perla Tapia Valenzuela, personnel specialist with the 920th Force Support Squadron detachment, stands with her aunt Ana Valenzuela(left) and sister Rosario Tapia(left) after she received her U.S. citizenship. Airman Tapia Valenzuela always dreamed of becoming a U.S. Citizen. (Courtesy photo) Rescue Wing Airman earns U.S. Citizenship
As a little child she visualized the United States as a large perfect suburban neighborhood with plenty of green grass and trees, until 1999 when she finally arrived to Arizona where she was surprised to see that it was a hot, dry, desert. The barren land did not stop Airman 1st Class Perla Tapia Valenzuela, personnel specialist with the 920th
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Maj. Bart Wilbanks, 419th Fighter Wing pilot, gets in character for an Air Force Reserve public service announcement filmed here May 25. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Crystal Charriere) Hill pilot featured in AF Reserve ad
The 419th Fighter Wing hosted Blaine Warren Advertising as they filmed an Air Force Reserve public service announcement here May 25. The commercial, due to air nationally in the fall, features 419th pilot Maj. Bart Wilbanks as he reunites with his family, played by local actors. Stay connected - Join the 419th on Facebook and YouTube
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The Lassiter-Pope-Kell Naval JROTC Drill Team performs for the Academy Day 2011 crowd at Dobbins ARB, May 7.  (U.S. Air Force photo/ Brad Fallin) Dobbins hosts Academy Day for military service schools
United States Senator Johnny Isakson and the Georgia delegation hosted Academy Day 2011 at Dobbins ARB on Saturday, May 7. The annual statewide military academy day provided an opportunity for high school students interested in attending one of our nation's service academies and their parents to talk to academy representatives about what their
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Emmy Award-winning host of The Tonight Show, Jay Leno (right) greets (from left to right) Chief Master Sgt. Glen Barnes, Air Force Reserve Recruiting Service chief of advertising, Col. Joe Wilburn, Air Force Reserve Recruiting Service commander, Glenda Flanigan, wife of 446th Airlift Wing commander, Col. William Flanigan (pictured next to Leno) after landing at McChord Field, Wash., May 7. Leno gave a stand-up performance that night as part of the Air Force Reserve's Tour for the Troops. Tour for the Troops is a concert series that visits military bases around the world. (Courtesy photo by Janet Jensen from the Tacoma News Tribune) Jay Leno creates laughter at McChord Field
Roaring engines from C-17 Globemaster III aircraft were drowned out by thunderous laughter from the thousands of servicemembers and guests who came out to enjoy the comedic stylings of NBC's The Tonight Show host Jay Leno, in Hangar 4 here, May 7.Leno's performance, which was preceded by a routine from Reserve Generation Band of the Air Force
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Brig. Gen. Stacey Harris, mobilization assistant to the Commander, U.S. Africa Command, talks with Michael Perkins and Sean Moffett, Alabama A & M University, during the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Challenge in Atlanta April 15, 2011. General Harris served as a judge during the eleventh annual event and used the opportunity to get to know students after they presented a business plan to demonstrate their entrepreneurial skills. Students compete, hope for brighter tomorrow
Alfred Waluchio doesn't need a fact sheet or a market study to prove the importance of renewable energy to America's future prosperity. He's spent the past year of his life working with four fellow aspiring engineering and business students preparing to field technology that would convert electric power to renewable energy. If investors "buy" the
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Senior Airman Allancia Sorhaindo, a military pay technician with the 315th Airlift Wing, displays her first place medal as the top referring servicemember of reserve accessions for fiscal year 2010 in the Get 1 Now Program. The Get 1 Now Program is sponsored by the Air Force Reserve and rewards reservists whose referrals turn into accessions. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Robert Pilch) 
Reservist earns award for Get 1 Now Program
"Birds of a feather tend to flock together" sounds like an old cliché, but it holds true when referring prospective servicemembers to a recruiter in order to build a strong and viable Air Force Reserve. It also helps to be rewarded for one's efforts.Just ask Senior Airman Allancia Sorhaindo, a military pay technician with the 315th Airlift Wing
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(Left to right) Lt. Gen. Charles E. Stenner, Jr,  commander, Air Force Reserve Command, Col. Joe N. Wilburn, commander, AFRC Recruiting Service, Senior MSgt. Michael Seals, a former senior recruiter for McConnell and Tinker AFB, Lt. Col. Barry Jones ,commander, 931st Operations Support Squadron
Chief MSgt Dwight D. Badgett, command chief, AFRCommand and  
Chief MSgt Robert Starkey, command chief, AFRC Recruiting Service pose for a photograph after the presentation of the "Get One" award during the recent recruiting banquet. Colonel Jones accepted the award on behalf of Col. Edsel Frye, commander of the 931st Air Refueling Group. The recruiting service honored the 931st with the award for its support of recruiting efforts.
931st tops AFRC in accessioned referrals
The recruiters who supply the 931st Air Refueling Group with new Airmen have a lot of help in accomplishing their mission.931st Airmen referred 25 new Air Force Reserve members in fiscal year 2010 through the Get1 program, accounting for 16 percent of the organization's new accessions. The 931st received the Get1 award from the Recruiting Service
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