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The National Science Foundation’s McMurdo Station, as seen from the summit of Observation Hill, Antarctica. The station was established in December 1955 and is the logistics hub of the U.S. Antarctic Program, with a harbor, landing strips on sea ice and shelf ice, and a helicopter pad. (Courtesy Photo) McChord Total Force wings support science missions
In conjunction with the 446th Airlift Wing, the 62nd Operations Group kicked off the 2017-2018 season of Operation Deep Freeze (ODF), a mission offering unparalleled Department of Defense support to the National Science Foundation (NSF)-managed U.S. Antarctic Program, with operations that began in late September.
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2018
Yellow Ribbon strengthens Air Force Reserve families Yellow Ribbon strengthens Air Force Reserve families
A Columbus, Ohio, family used an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event here Sept. 22-24 as the official kick-off to prepare for their second deployment.Reserve Citizen Airman Tech. Sgt. Zachary Loechler and his wife, Abigail, participated in their second event to connect with resources designed specifically to help them
0 9/27
2017
Master Sgt. Frank Williams, a reservist with the 445th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, poses with his family. Williams and his wife, Kim, adopted four children from Africa to become a family of 10. Family puts AF core values into action through adoption
While traveling with a religious organization in East Africa during the summer of 2005, Master Sgt. Frank Williams, longtime member of the 445th Airlift Wing and current 445th Aerospace Medicine Squadron member, placed a phone call that would ultimately change the course of his life.
0 4/03
2017
Shown at home, Lt. Cols. Shelby and Matthew Basler, KC-135R Stratotanker pilots with the 434th Air Refueling Wing at Grissom Air Reserve Base, Indiana, attended an Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training event Nov. 18-20 in Florida with their sons John (l) and Luke. Unable to attend was their dog, Atis, whose name is derived from the aviation term Automatic Terminal Information Service. (Courtesy photo) Spouses make “emotional banking” deposits
Two audience volunteers swatted at balloons representing the responsibilities faced by modern Air Force Reserve families, working together to keep any from hitting the floor of the hotel ballroom as a staff member added more inflatables to the mix.
0 12/01
2016
Maj. Roxana Hambleton talks to Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program participants May 21, 2016, training weekend in South Carolina. Hambleton was the Yellow Ribbon representative for the 482nd Fighter Wing at 
Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida, for 2 1/2 years. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. James Branch)
Wing reps keep Yellow Ribbon in the pink
Master Sgt. Clay Jennings continually looks for a chance to tell someone at his Air Force Reserve unit in Texas about the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program, which presents information aimed at pre- and post-deployers and their loved ones at weekend training sessions around the country.
0 11/04
2016
Senior Airman Catherine Libbey, 439th Aeromedical and Dental Squadron, shows us that you can have fun with your physical fitness. Libbey recently passed her fitness test after failing three times and being warned that if she failed again, she would be discharged. (U.S. Air Force photo/ TSgt. Amelia Leonard) Four strikes and you're out
Senior Airman Catherine Libbey with the 439th Aeromedical and Dental Squadron and Senior Airman Kody Anischick from the 337th Airlift Squadron were recently one failure away from discharge when they realized their fitness was now or never.Just because it’s an open-book test doesn’t make it easy. For some members, the Air Force physical fitness test
0 10/21
2016
A week after they married, an Air Force Reserve couple attended a Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training weekend here due to the husband’s upcoming deployment.
Tech. Sgt. Glenn Matsuo and his wife, Rae, were married Sept. 17, 2016,  in Honolulu, near where he serves as an air transportation craftsman in the 48th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. It was a small ceremony with only a handful of close family and friends in attendance.
Newlyweds prepare for deployment separation
A week after they married, an Air Force Reserve couple attended a Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training weekend here due to the husband’s upcoming deployment.Tech. Sgt. Glenn Matsuo and his wife, Rae, were married Sept. 17 in Honolulu, near where he serves as an air transportation craftsman in the 48th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation
0 9/29
2016
Capt. Jared Wahleithner (right) and 1st Lt. Christopher Dempsey, KC-10 Extender pilots with the 70th Air Refueling Squadron, used years of aircrew survival and first aid and buddy care training to help rescue an aircraft crash victim Sept. 17, 2016. The Citizen Airmen were taking part in the annual Clear Lake Splash In at Clear Lake, Calif., when a seaplane crashed during an attempted water landing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ken Wright) Reservists rescue aircraft crash victim
If not for the actions of two fast-thinking and well-trained Citizen Airmen, the last Saturday of summer may have ended in tragedy at Clear Lake, California. Capt. Jared Wahleithner and 1st Lt. Chris Dempsey were ferrying passengers to shore Sept. 17, during the annual Clear Lake Seaplane Splash In, when a small amphibious aircraft crashed during an attempted landing.
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2016
Master Sgt. Altrameise Myers, a knowledge management specialist at the 920th Communications Flight, does 22 pushups in her office at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., Sept. 12, 2016. The 22 Pushup Challenge emerged to raise awareness about the 22 veterans who die by suicide on average each day, according to a Department of Veterans Affairs report. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Anna-Marie Wyant) Reservist shares personal tragedy to raise awareness during National Suicide Prevention Month
One Air Force reservist is trying to open up dialogue about a topic that is close to her heart, yet many people are too uncomfortable to discuss: suicide. Master Sgt. Altrameise Myers' teenage son died by suicide in 2012. As the fourth anniversary of his death approaches, Myers is working to raise awareness about suicide and share her story. She hopes to reduce the stigma and get others to discuss this serious subject.
0 9/14
2016
Senior Airman Troy Serad (right), an engineering assistant with the 446th Civil Engineer Squadron, trains with members on surveying equipment during training with members of the Washington National Guard May 1, 2016, at Camp Murray, Wash. It was the first time Engineering Assistants from both units conducted training together. (courtesy photo) From homeless dropout to Citizen Airman
Senior Airman Troy Serad, an engineering assistant assigned to the 446th Civil Engineer Squadron, shares his story about finding success despite the odds against him.
0 9/13
2016
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