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John Johnson, known as Jerry back in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, served in the 9th Photographic Technical Squadron during the time of the atomic strikes on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Johnson was discovered after two years of historical research by the 14th Intelligence Squadron at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio as the unit tried to uncover its lineage. (Courtesy photo) 14th IS finds its ‘pot of gold,’ discovers WWII vet
John Johnson, known as Jerry back in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, served in the 9th Photographic Technical Squadron during the time of the atomic strikes on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Johnson was discovered after two years of historical research by the 14th Intelligence Squadron at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio as the unit tried to uncover its lineage.
0 8/02
2016
Chief Master Sgt. Paul Tomlinson, the Air Force Reserve Command's functional manager of the first sergeant career field, welcomes first sergeants to a Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training event July 22, 2016, in Houston, Texas. More than 30 enlisted leaders attended the training to learn more about the program, which 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 Tech Sgt. Ben Mota) First shirts attend Yellow Ribbon en masse
More than 30 Air Force Reserve first sergeants attended a Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training event July 23-24 here to familiarize themselves with the system that helps pre- and post-deployment Airmen and their loved ones.What they learned could come in handy to them personally as a dozen or more first sergeants are set to deploy in early
0 8/01
2016
Former chief of Air Force Reserve Command, Lt. Gen. James F. Jackson, greets enlisted members before the Order of the Sword ceremony in his honor at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, Ga., July 13, 2016. The Order of the Sword is an honor awarded by the NCOs of a command to recognize individuals they hold in high esteem and for their contributions to the enlisted corps. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Stephen D. Schester) AFRC honors Jackson with Order of the Sword
The enlisted members of Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) honored Lt. Gen. James F. Jackson, former chief of Air Force Reserve and commander, AFRC, with an Order of the Sword ceremony at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, Georgia., July 13, 2016.  The Order of the Sword is an honor awarded by the NCOs of a command to recognize individuals they
0 7/21
2016
Default Air Force Logo Cleared for departure
 Air Force Lt. Gen. James “JJ” Jackson, former Commander of Air Force Reserve Command, reflects on his 38 years of service…Pre-flight “It all started with my Dad who did over 30 years as an active duty senior enlisted member…” Taxi “Barbara and I have been together 27 years, our two teenagers, Tyler and Kelly are extremely important, they are
0 7/15
2016
Lt. Col. Jenni Pfafman talks about resiliency at an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event May 21, 2016, in Dallas. Pfaffman is a KC-135 Stratotanker pilot with the 940th Air Refueling Wing at Beale Air Force Base, California. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Heather Skinkle) Pilot is new resiliency training instructor
A veteran of multiple overseas deployments who also overcame a series of personal struggles has joined the resiliency training cadre of the Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program.Lt. Col. Jenni Pfafman, a KC-135 Stratotanker pilot with the 940th Air Refueling Wing at Beale Air Force Base, California, made her teaching debut at a
0 6/15
2016
Air Force Reservist Master Sgt. Shawn Janowski of the 315th Security Forces Squadron, Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, interacts with Jaimie Kwasegroch, youth program director, while providing security during the U.S. Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon event in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina May 22, 2016. 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) Yellow Ribbon doubles down on security
Armed local law enforcement officers are teaming with Air Force Reserve security forces at Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program events.The Reserve added the extra level of security starting in December 2015, prompted in part by the fatal shootings five months earlier at a Chattanooga, Tennessee, military recruiting center.It was most recently
0 6/08
2016
Staff Sgt. Montaski McCoy shows neighborhood children in West Montgomery seedlings taking root where they had planted them at a community garden. He started it to help get them interested in alternatives to the smoking, drugs, and violence that is prevalent in the area. Once McCoy started building the garden, neighbors pitched in to help. He has seen able to educate them on how plants and vegetables are grown and the work involved in bringing them from the garden to the table. (U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. Jerry Lobb) Sowing seeds of hope
Staff Sgt. Montaski McCoy has been planting seeds in a poor, crime ridden West Montgomery neighborhood for the past three years. While planting various vegetables, his real ambition is to sow seeds of dreams of a brighter future for kids and young people in the area. As a Reservist, McCoy is an Air Terminal Operations Center Specialist with the 25th Aerial Port Squadron. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from Auburn University, but currently dedicates his time and resources to serving his community.
0 6/01
2016
The Air Force Reserve is celebrating 100 years of reserve air power throughout the month of June. (Adam Butterick) 100 Years of Reserve Air Power: The Centennial Celebration
Editor’s note: On June 3, 1916, Congress signed the National Defense Act of 1916, which created the nation’s first air reserve program. In honor of this historic event, the Air Force Reserve is celebrating 100 years of reserve air power throughout the month of June. The following story looks at the National Defense Act of 1916 and how it set the
0 5/25
2016
Air Force Reserve Chaplain (Maj.) Joshua Kim (left) leads Tech. Sgt. Jesse Mateo and his wife, Michelle, in a Couples Enrichment Program activity May 22, at a Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training event near Dallas. Yellow Ribbon promotes the well-being of reservists and their families by connecting them with resources before and after deployments. Mateo, a reservist at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, attended one training weekend with Michelle prior to his 2015 deployment and two upon his return. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Candice Allen)
Yellow Ribbon 'flicked on the light' for Reserve couple
An Air Force Reserve couple said attending their first Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event “flicked on the light switch” for them in understanding how to better prepare for the separation caused by military deployment.“In general, it’s knowing that these things are available to you,” said Tech Sgt. Jesse Mateo, a reservist assigned to
0 5/24
2016
Children of Air Force reservists attend a Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event April 23, 2016, in Dallas. Yellow Ribbon events allow youngsters to interact with other children experiencing the void left when a parent departs for a military deployment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Mota) Yellow Ribbon honors children
Deploying Air Force reservists who are parents brought their children to military training here during the Month of the Military Child to interact with other youngsters in the same circumstances.“It’s his second deployment so I know what to do and what to expect, but we’re still going to have a hard time without him and we will miss him,” Olivia
0 5/03
2016
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