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Jessica Lopez (right) listens to a Key Spouse presentation during a breakout session at an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon event in Daytona Beach, Fla., Aug. 24, 2014. The session was geared specifically toward spouses of recently deployed or deploying reserve Airmen. Lopez and her husband, Staff Sgt. Vincent Lopez, attended the Yellow Ribbon event in preparation for Sergeant Lopez’s upcoming six-month deployment. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Anna-Marie Wyant) Spouses key element of Yellow Ribbon training
Approximately 140 pre- and post-deployment Air Force reservists gathered for a Yellow Ribbon event in Daytona Beach Aug. 23-24 to learn about benefits, learn how to better reintegrate, or learn how to prepare for upcoming changes. When reservists deploy, they go either as an individual member or as a unit. They have to leave their friends, families
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Senior Airrman Samuel Taylor and his wife, Elisabeth, take a break during an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon training event July 20, 2014, in Costa Mesa, Calif., with their children (l to r):  Stephanie, Mara Jade, Kathrine and John. Yellow Ribbon events are held regularly and help reservists who will deploy, or have recently returned from a deployment, by offering a variety of briefings on finances, legal issues and what to expect.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Abigail Klein) Child's medical condition challenges Reserve family
"Even though she has a breakable body, she also has this amazing, unbreakable sprit," Senior Airman Samuel Taylor said about his stepdaughter, Mara Jade.The 11-year-old has lived with Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type II/type and dwarfism since birth. Her mother, Elisabeth, met Samuel in 2004 while he served a mission at their church in Colorado
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Senior Airman Sheldon Spence, 42nd Combat Communications Squadron cyber operations systems technician, is a traditional reservist and also serves as a New York City Police Department police officer assigned to the lower east side of Manhattan.  He participated in the Joint Users Interoperability Communications Exercise June 2 to 27 at the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., where he honed in on his cyber technical abilities and built confidence while using investigative skills acquired as an officer. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Senior Airman Joshua Turner) Cyber Reservist squeezes out confidence during JUICE
In a deployed environment, cyber systems operators have a two-fold mission. That is, to establish and maintain secure communications systems for all personnel and conduct reconnaissance against vulnerabilities that could benefit potential adversaries. Cyber reservists from the 42nd Combat Communications Squadron tested these competencies during the
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Tess, a Hope Animal-Assisted Crisis Response K-9, interacts with Geneviene and Elizabeth Cherington, daughters of Senior Master Sgt. Anthony Cherington, 482nd Maintenance Squadron flight chief, Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida, during a Yellow Ribbon event in Orlando, Florida July 25, 2014. The Yellow Ribbon Program promotes the well-being of reservists and their families by connecting them with resources before and after deployments. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. James Branch) Dog comforts Yellow Ribbon trainees
Last weekend's Yellow Ribbon event here was a first for Tess, a HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response working dog.An active member of a comfort dog response team, she took a break from her weekly hospital and school visits to interact with military members and their families at the Air Force Reserve training weekend. Through Hope, she provides
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Master Sgt. Robert Davis of the 482nd Fighter Wing at Homestead Air Reserve Base, Fla., and his spouse, Angelique, were among 650 participants at an Air Force Reserve Command Yellow Ribbon Program training weekend July 26-27 in Orlando, Fla. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Andrew Biscoe) Balloon challenge provides colorful lesson for military families
Master Sgt. Robert Davis and his wife, Angelique, know all about pressures in today's society. They proved it through juggling them while standing in front of 648 of their fellow reservists and their loved ones here July 26.The couple from Homestead Air Reserve Base, Fla., succeeded in catching the most important balloons that symbolized life's
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2014
"If you are a witness to history, I feel you actually have a duty to tell that story."  -MSgt Gluckert. Air Force historian preserves Navy story
Not many people get to live their dreams. Westover's wing historian, Master Sgt. Joseph Gluckert, is one of the lucky ones.He's manned the 439th Airlift Wing history office since 2006. Gluckert was recently given the opportunity to take the helm of the same role as a civilian -- at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, N.H.The move to the
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Tech. Sgt. Scott R. Tammen, 27th Aerial Port Squadron, prepares to drive the mobile staircase to Air Force One. (Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Trevor Saylor) Minneapolis Airman gets President's feet on the ground
When the president comes to town, most attention centers on him and his itinerary. Here at the 934th Airlift Wing, presidential visits are nothing new. But to some people on base, these visits offer a unique and memorable experience.Tech. Sgt. Scott R. Tammen, 27th Aerial Port Squadron, experienced President Obama's arrival and departure during his
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Master Sgt. Angela Caruso-Yahne, 34th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, (left) and her spouse, Mandy, pose for a photo at a friend's wedding. The two legally married July 2013, one month after the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act and 14 years after their unofficial wedding. Approaching their sixth deployment together, the couple attended their first Yellow Ribbon event this year. (Courtesy photo)
'Keep your boots shined' means I love you
The veterans Master Sgt. Angela Caruso-Yahne, 34th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, has completed five deployments, but number six is the first time she has attended a Yellow Ribbon event."From my perspective, I've had encouragement from my commander for previous deployments, to attend a Yellow Ribbon event, but
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Capt. William Short. (courtesy photo) Reservist grows civilian career as wine importer
Pairing a fine wine with a meal might be appealing to many palates, but importing the refined, fermented beverage is the civilian job of one Patriot Wing reservist who spends his military time surrounded by pallets of cargo.Capt. William Short, of the 439th Logistics Readiness Squadron, said transitioning from active-duty where he was responsible
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Tiffany and Senior Airman Drew Baker in front of what’s left of their home in Vilonia, Arkansas.  An EF4 tornado ripped through central Arkansas April 27, killing 16 people.  The Baker’s dog, Batman, was in a metal kennel in the house when the storm hit, and was found unharmed more than a mile away. More than 15 bags of donated items were collected from members of Baker’s unit, 22nd Air Force, Detachment 1, Air Force Reserve Command. (Photo provided by Senior Airman Drew Baker.) AF Reservist loses house to tornado, dog gains wings
Senior Airman Drew Baker and his family thought they had lost everything - including their dog -- when a killer tornado tore through the small Arkansas community of Vilonia the night of April 27. But through a minor miracle, 'Batman' survived.When you name your pet for a super hero, does it take on some characteristics of that hero? The Baker
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