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Brig. Gen. Richard Scobee (a colonel at the time) addresses Airmen assigned to the 506th Air Expeditionary Group, Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq, in 2008. “I am so impressed and so proud of our Air Force and how much we as Airmen contribute to what’s going on over here,” Scobee said of the time he spent as commander of the 506th AEG. Scobee is scheduled to become the commander of 10th Air Force on Oct. 18. (Senior Airman Randi Flaugh) Taking Care of Airmen
 "What's your story?" That's the question Brig. Gen.Richard Scobee likes to ask the Airmen he comes in contact with on a dailybasis. And he wishes everybody else would do the same. "I love talking with ourAirmen and hearing their story," he said. "The next time you see an Airman, askhim what his or her story is. I guarantee you will come away
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2015
As a civilian, John Tree is the CEO of Raymond Express International, a global leader in the produce and perishables shipping industry. As a Reservist, Col. Tree is the senior Reservist to the director of resource integration at the Pentagon. Intertwined: Col. John Tree has blended his civilian and military lives into two successful careers
(Editor's Note: This is the first installment in a regularseries of articles that will highlight the unique capabilities that Air ForceReservists bring to the fight every day. Make sure to check out future issues ofthe magazine for more Profiles in Leadership.)Most Air ForceReservists lead a double life. They have their full-time civilian career
0 3/04
2015
Default Air Force Logo Portland Reserve unit seeks combat rescue officers
Combat rescue officer, or CROs, are AirForce search, rescue, and retrieval experts. They're skilled in recoverystrategy, and leading pararescue - PJ - teams into combat environments toextract personnel or sensitive equipment.Dispatching rescue teams is the Air Force Reserve's 304th RescueSquadron's mission. But there's an issue - the Portland-based
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2015
Brig. Gen. (now major general) Michael D. Kim, mobilization assistant to the Director of Operations, Headquarters Air Mobility Command, Scott Air Force Base, Ill., left, greets Maj. Christopher May, 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron commander, upon arriving at McChord Field.  (U.S. Air Force File Photo/Abner Guzman) Profiles in leadership - Maj. Gen. Michael Kim
Maj. Gen. Michael Kim admits he was “fat, dumb and happy flying airplanes” as a reservist and full-time employee of Delta Airlines when a mentor decided he could do something more."Someone saw something in me and they said, ‘Hey, you know, you could become a squadron commander,’” said Kim, mobilization assistant to the commander of U.S.
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2015
Col. Joseph C. Ramsey was the first and only African-American commander of the Air Reserve Personnel Center when it was previously located at the former Lowry Air Force Base, Colorado. He served as the 21st ARPC commander from May 16, 1987 until Aug. 23, 1991. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) ARPC remembers its first African-American commander
RonaldReagan, Margaret Thatcher and Mikhail Gorbachev were three leading names of the1980s. Another great leader made headlines in the U.S. Air Force Reserve May 16,1987, when the Air Reserve Personnel Center welcomed an African-American astheir commander.Col. Joseph C. Ramsey was the first and onlyAfrican-American commander of ARPC when it was
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2015
Staff Sgt. Jose Gutierrez, 439th Bioenvironmental Technician, responds to interview questions conducted by media representatives from Futures Magazine, Jan. 10, 2015. SSgt. Gutierrez was chosen to represent the Air Force Reserve in Futures magazine which features service members who go above and beyond the call and is distributed to high school guidance counselors to shed light on otherwise unknown military possibilities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kelly Goonan) Ivy-leaguer seeks adventure as Reservist
When asked what he had accomplished last summer, Staff Sgt. JoseGutierrez said he traveled to Ecuador to conduct his independent researchproject for his studies at Yale University. The bioenvironmental technician --assigned to the 439th Aerospace Medicine Squadron -- downplayed thesignificance of his multi-pursuit life. “I conducted research that
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2015
Staff Sgt. Phillip Steffen of the 434th Civil Engineering Squadron at Grissom Air Reserve Base, Indiana, poses for a photo with his daughter in the neonatal intensive care unit at Lutheran Hospital in Ft. Wayne, Indiana after meeting her for the first time July 22, 2014. Steffen, the assistant noncommissioned officer in charge of the structures shop at the 434th CES, arrived home from deployment 25 hours after his daughter was born. (Courtesy photo) Deployment causes family hardship, baby beats clock
Staff Sgt. Phillip Steffen wanted to attend Air Force Reserve YellowRibbon Reintegration Program training with his wife prior to a 2014 overseasdeployment, but time wouldn't allow it."Lookingback I know it would have helped prepare me and the kids for what we wentthrough," said Jamie Steffen during post-deployment Yellow Ribbon trainingFeb. 21 in
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2015
Capt. Cara J. Swanson, an Individual Mobilization Augmentee, discusses her recently published novel, The Long Journey, Tales from a World Yet to Come, at Denver-area bookstore Jan. 27. The science fiction novel won second place in the 2014 Kindle Awards Best Fiction category. Reserve intel officer authors award-winning fiction
AnIndividual Mobilization Augmentee assigned to the 566th Intelligence Squadronrecently published a novel that took second place in the 2014 Kindle Awards BestFiction category.The Long Journey: Tales from a World Yet to Comeis Capt. Cara J. Swanson's fourth book; all of which she released throughher own publishing company.Swanson has entered
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2015
Default Air Force Logo As career nears end, senior NCO praises Yellow Ribbon
Speed and intensity, that’s how he was taught to approach every task he faced.Although the lesson has served Master Sgt. Casey Balandran well during his military career, now he finds that focus turning more to his family as he contemplates retiring later this year.“Sooner or later I knew I would need to dedicate more time to them,” he said. “It was
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2015
Retired Navy Lt. Cmdr. Chip Lutz talks about post-deployment communication during his keynote address Jan. 24, 2015, at an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training event in Florida. Yellow Ribbon promotes the well-being of reservists and their loved ones by connecting them with resources before and after deployments. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Aja Heiden) Former naval officer addresses Yellow Ribbon trainees
A former Navy officer who's also a military spouse led Air Force Reservists and their loved ones in weekend discussions about communication challenges posed by deployments."Having bad communication does not make you a bad person, it happens to everyone," said Chip Lutz, who retired as a lieutenant commander after 22 years in the service.
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2015
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