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Master Sgt. Katherine Wheelock is the engine manager for the 403rd Maintenance Group, Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi Women's History Month spotlight: Master Sgt Katherine Wheelock
Master Sgt. Katherine Wheelock is the engine manager for the 403rd Maintenance Group here.She ensures serviceability, maintainability, reliability, and accurate configuration management of critical aircraft hardware and components on 20 C-130-J aircraft. She uses expert level knowledge and experience to individually track 90 technically advanced
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Women's History Month Spotlight: Colonel Beena N. Maharaj
Colonel Beena N. Maharaj is commander of the 403rd Mission Support Group, Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi.She leads more than 550 Citizen Airmen in six squadrons who provide global capabilities and agile combat support directly to the warfighter. She is responsible for the management, readiness, training, and operations of deployable security
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Reserve welcomes Guard members to Yellow Ribbon training
After two decades in the Air Force, Master Sgt. Nicholas Barnhardt had yet to deploy overseas, and doing so was one of his goals. Before achieving that objective last year, though, the Florida Air National Guard meteorological technician and first sergeant attended Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program pre-deployment training with his wife.“I wanted
0 3/07
2016
Air Force Reserve couples listen during the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program's initial Couples Enrichment Program class Jan. 30, 2015, in Denver. Unlike most courses offered during Yellow Ribbon, this training encompasses the entire weekend and encourages couples to focus on improving their relationships in a positive and productive manner. Chaplain (Maj.) Joshua Kim of the 459th Air Refueling Wing, Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, led the instruction. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Megan Crusher) Yellow Ribbon unveils new in-depth couples’ program
The Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program has added a class aimed at couples to its weekend slate of deployment-related training options.The Couples Enrichment Program is designed to help those who are married, engaged or dating delve into their relationships to better understand themselves and their partners in a more profound way
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2016
Financial Counselor Kristy Tubbs leads a “7 Steps to 7 Figures” financial seminar Dec. 19, 2015, during an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event in Orlando, Florida. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Raymond Sarracino) Financial planner brings warmth, common sense to Yellow Ribbon
Financial management classes drew standing-room only attendance last weekend at the final Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration training event of the year. “The choices a couple makes today will impact them in five years,” said instructor Kristy Tubbs. “This can be a loan for a vehicle or an investment. Either way, they need to be on the
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2015
Air Reserve Component Teen Leadership Council members Biannca Recoder and Nathan Williams staff a table to inform guests at a Yellow Ribbon Reintegration event Nov. 20-22 in Orlando. The council is a nationwide group of 14 teens from Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jaimi Upthegrove) Teens connect, support one another nationwide
AirReserve Component Teen Leadership Council members volunteered during a YellowRibbon Reintegration event here Nov 20-22.The council is a nationwide group of 14 teensfrom Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard families. It provides a youthperspective in the planning, implementation and evaluation of Guard/Reserveyouth programs.  Teens speak on
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2015
B-52 pilots with the 10th Flight Test Squadron thoroughly check every section of their planes to assure that they are running correctly. (Air Force photo by Kelly White) 10th Flight Test Squadron: troublemakers on a mission
Confident from daily encounters with danger and thousands of hours flying military and civilian aircraft, the pilots and crews of the 10th Flight Test Squadron also happen to be the biggest troublemakers on Tinker Air Force Base. They'd be out of a job if they weren't.
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2015
Security detail member Tech. Sgt. Hector Flores walks the main corridor at an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event Sept. 27, 2015, in Orlando, Florida. Flores, a member of the 507th Security Forces Squadron at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, was part of an eight-person security detail responsible for 900 participants at the event. Yellow Ribbon promotes the well-being of reservists and their families by connecting them with resources before and after deployments. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Matthew Burke) Security team protects Yellow Ribbon attendees
As a streamof visitors walks across brightly colored carpet in an immense hotel here, aman in a suit directs them to a registration table. He does this for scores ofpeople over a 3-hour period at the start of an Air Force Reserve YellowReintegration Program training event.“Professional,yet courteous,” said Master Sgt. Bryant Hamlor, describing the
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2015
Default Air Force Logo Citizen Airman, Cyber Warrior
As a civilian, he protects the computers that run the Texas power grid. As a military member, he protects the computers that run the Air Force. As a Citizen Airman, he's proud to serve his country.In the U.S. Air Force Reserve, Senior Master Sgt. Michael Weeks serves as the superintendent of Standards and Evaluations for the 854th Combat Operations
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2015
The 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, or "Hurricane Hunters,"  is an Air Force Reserve unit assigned to the 403rd Wing, Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. The unit provides meteorological data to the National Hurricane Center in Miami to improve their forecasts. While the squadron is aligned under AFRC, weather reconnaissance taskings originate at the NHC, which falls, not under the Department of Defense, but the Department of Commerce. (U.S. Air Force graphic) Hurricane Hunters war on weather
At 1:15 a.m. June 15, Lt. Col. Jeff Ragusa shuts off his alarm, rolls out of bed and gets ready quietly and leaves for work. The pilot and aircraft commander meets his crew at 2:15 a.m. to prepare for a 4:30 a.m. departure to fly a low-level investigation mission at 500 feet above the Gulf of Mexico into a tropical disturbance known as 91L, which
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2015
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