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AURORA, Colo. -- Staff Sgt. Joshua Hinton, Air Reserve Personnel Center Directorate of Communications and Information knowledge operations manager, wraps his hands to prevent breaks and sprains Oct. 21. Boxing fitness programs are full body workouts that can burn 800 to 1,000 calories for every one hour session. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kathrine McDowell) Boxing burns a body good
The idea of getting in a 24 ft. by 24 ft. boxing ring may prove daunting too most, but not to Staff Sgt. Joshua Hinton, Air Reserve Personnel Center's Directorate of Communications and Information knowledge operations manager.The Miguel Cotto fan had always been curious about the sport. The extra spark of inspiration came two months ago from
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2010
Chief Master Sgt. Michael Watson, the 746th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron operations superintendant, inspects the propellers of a C-130J Super Hercules as part of the pre-flight checklist at an air base in Southwest Asia Jan. 9, 2010. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kasey Zickmund) Deployed Reserve unit sets benchmark for airlift
With more than 1,300 sorties flown, around 13.2 million pounds of cargo delivered, more than 500 medical evacuees escorted and roughly 23,000 passengers transported across the AOR, the 746th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron executed more than 2,700 flight hours and has set a new benchmark for future airlift squadrons stationed in Southwest Asia.Lt.
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2010
Chaplain (1st Lt.) Kim Willis is the 512th Airlift Wing's newest chaplain. She formerly served in the regular Air Force for 16 years before devoting her life to ministry. In addition to a higher calling, she also has a higher hobby than most - skydiving. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Steve Lewis) Airman answers higher calling
What would prompt a 16-year enlisted Airman to get out of the Regular Air Force unexpectedly? For one 512th Airlift Wing reservist, it was a calling from God.Chaplain (1st Lt.) Kim Willis began her military career in supply and later as a mental health technician. Her life-altering moment happened when she was serving at an Army installation in
0 11/09
2009
Tech. Sgt. Eric Anderson, 442nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, holds one of his foster children as he watches his daughter and his other foster sons enjoy playing in a water hydrant on a warm afternoon in their yard.  Sergeant Anderson, an A-10 crew chief, and his wife have been foster parents for several children in the past few years.  Sergeant Anderson is an Air Force reservist in the 442nd Fighter Wing, Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Danielle Wolf) Military families open hearts, homes to foster children
The 442nd Fighter Wing is all about family. Not only do these reservists respect and honor each other, but also they have supported each other's families and the surrounding communities for years. A few members of the 442nd Fighter Wing have responded to a calling within those communities that few have the courage to do. These Citizen Airmen are
0 9/28
2009
Capt. Betty Ann Buentipo, 724th Aeromedical Staging Flight nurse, administers a vaccination during the June drill weekend at the Andersen Air Force Base clinic. As a civilian, Captain Buentipo works as an emergency room nurse for Guam Memorial Hospital. The 724th ASTF is part of the 624th Regional Support Group, which is the largest Air Force Reserve presence in the Pacific. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Daniel Nathaniel) Nurse serves two worlds in Guam
She promised her grandmother she would become a nurse. "My grandmother always wanted to go into nursing," said Capt. Betty Ann Buentipo, a reservist with the 724th Aeromedical Staging Flight at Andersen AFB. Grandmother had wanted to become a nurse but didn't have the money to pursue her dream. Betty Ann was the only other family member interested
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2009
Staff Sgt. Victor Myrick films a formation skydiving team called MP4 at a competition in Atlanta, Ga. Sergeant Myrick is part of the 41st Aerial Port Squadron, Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., and is a licensed master skydiver. When skydiving, his job is to keep all members of the team in the video screen of his camera so they don't lose points. (Courtesy photo) Film 'chute' challenges skydiver to stay focused
Skydivers are often asked, "Why would anyone jump out of a perfectly good aircraft?" With 1,363 jumps under his belt, Staff Sgt. Victor Myrick, a reservist in Keesler's 41st Aerial Port Squadron, can give a motive behind the thrill he gets with each skydiving experience. "I love the feeling of being in a free fall," said Sergeant Myrick. "When you
0 5/04
2009
Soldiers carry the remains of Army Spc. Israel Candelaria Mejias of San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico, off an aircraft April 7, 2009, at Dover Air Force Base, Del., which has the only stateside port mortuary. Specialist Candelaria Mejias died April 5 near Baghdad, Iraq, of wounds sustained when a mine detonated near him during combat operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Roland Balik) Reservists show dignity, honor, respect at port mortuary
Dignity, honor and respect are more than words for two reservists working at Dover AFB. It's a motto that Staff Sgts. Tracey Taylor and Christine Devera of the 512th Memorial Affairs Squadron live every day at the Charles C. Carson Center for Mortuary Affairs, the military's only state side mortuary. "These servicemembers gave their life to protect
0 4/21
2009
Maj. Steve Bruce, a pilot in Air Force Reserve Command's 317th Airlift Squadron at Charleston Air Force Base, S.C., is also a lawyer practicing aviation law. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Chett Collier) Reservist leads double life as pilot, lawyer
A recent magazine poll asked parents what professions they would like to see their children undertake when they reach adulthood. The top three jobs selected were doctor, lawyer and pilot. If this is true, Maj. Steve Bruce, a 315th Airlift Wing C-17 pilot here, should have happy parents because he can claim two of the top three jobs. He recently
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2009
Master Sgt. Paul McGinnis and Senior Airman Alan Cooper (at right) follow Lt. Col. Keith Kontz while inspecting a KC-135 Stratotanker before departing from St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands on March 1. Aeromedical evacuation training missions to St. Croix allow pilots to complete overseas training requirements. Colonel Kontz is a Reserve KC-135 pilot assigned to the 18th Air Refueling Squadron, the flying unit of the 931st Air Refueling Group at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan. Both Sergeant McGinnis and Airman Cooper are Reservists assigned to the 931st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jason Schaap) Aeromedical training benefits refuelers
Staff Sgt. Kenny Stewart said let there be light, and there was none. And it wasn't so good. "I thought the bulb was out," he said, halfway through an aeromedical evacuation training (commonly called "AE" training) mission here. The day prior, Sergeant Stewart, a boom operator assigned to the 931st Air Refueling Group, was up in the air on a KC-135
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2009
Staff Sgt. Joe Nathan Jr. inspects an F-16 Fighting Falcon after its return from a mission Feb. 23, 2009, at Joint Base Balad, Iraq. As an F-16 weapons loader, Sergeant Nathan is responsible for loading missiles onto the F-16 as well as performing post-load inspections on the weapons. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Tiffany Trojca) Service in Iraq honors brother's sacrifice
June 23, 2007, changed the Nathan family forever. On that fateful day, Senior Airman Jason Nathan made the ultimate sacrifice when an improvised explosive device detonated and struck his vehicle while on patrol in Baghdad, Iraq. Now, nearly two years later, another member of the Nathan family, Staff Sgt. Joe Nathan Jr., is honoring his military
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2009
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