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Air Force transitions to a single combat uniform Air Force transitions to a single combat uniform
Air Force leaders announced the service will move to a single combat utility uniform, adopting the Operational Camouflage Pattern, or OCP, already in use by the Army and Airmen in combat zones and in certain jobs across the Air Force.
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at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, Oct. 5, 2017. The HRRT team is a highly trained response force that trains to respond to active shooter, barricaded subjects and hostage rescue situations. 386 ESFS trains for high risk response
At any given moment, the 386th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron stands ready to protect, defend and fight against all threats to the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing. Among those men and women who guard the wing’s high valued assets and people, is a newly formed group of defenders who dedicate their time, on-duty and off, to train for high risk situations.
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Defenders train at Malabar Annex Defenders conduct pre-deployment field training
Approxiamtely 60 defenders from the 920th Security Forces Squadron, Patrick Air Force Base, Florida, spent a week in the wooded terrain of the base's Malabar Annex, Aug. 21 through 25, conducting a pre-deployment field training exercise. During their week in the field, they practiced squad movements, urban training scenarios and land
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U.S. Air Force Reserve Staff Sgt. Joshua Castorela is a 720th Security Forces Squadron Citizen Airman and Tucson Police Department patrol officer who was recently recognized for heroism in the line of duty. He is set to deploy to the Dominican Republic with other defenders from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. (Photo illustration by Carolyn Herrick) Ride-along fuels Reservists dream in law enforcement
Ever since Staff Sgt. Joshua Castorela went on his first ride-along with a family friend, he knew that he wanted a career in law enforcement.
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U.S. Air Force Reserve security forces members Tech. Sgt. Chris Boley and staff sergeants Juan Pareja, Francisco Shirley, Joshua Castorela, and Jose Flores are scheduled to deploy to the Dominican Republic next week from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. All five members are Spanish proficient and part of the 720th Security Forces Squadron, and looking forward to supporting this 12th Air Force (Air Forces South) humanitarian operation. The 720th SFS geographically-separated unit of the 920th Rescue Wing, at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. (U.S. Air Force photo by Carolyn Herrick) Reserve defenders deploy to Dominican Republic
ive U.S. Air Force Reserve defenders are heading to the Dominican Republic, in support of a Operation New Horizons, a 12th Air Force (Air Forces Southern) humanitarian mission to build churches and schools.
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African Lion is an annually scheduled, bilateral U.S. and Moroccan sponsored exercise designed to improve interoperability and mutual understanding of each nation's tactics, techniques and procedures. Charleston Reservists take aim at African Lion 16
Three 315th Security Forces Squadron members here joined a multinational military force at African Lion 16 in Tifnit, Kingdom of Morocco, April 14 to 29.Service members from the U.S. Armed Forces, the Moroccan Royal Armed Forces, the Federal Republic of Germany Armed Forces and other partner nations, to include Mauritania, Canada, Italy, Spain,
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Senior Airman Jared Hughes and Airman1st Class Austin Romo, 419th Security Forces Squadron, secure the entry point while participating in a joint force exercise with the 419th Explosive Ordinance Disposal team March 5. Reserve and active duty Airmen from Hill Air Force Base teamed up to learn how to respond when local citizens at deployed locations bring weapons from off the streets to security checkpoints. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Justin Fuchs) Hill Airmen play out tricky scenario
Security forces and explosive ordnance disposal personnel from the 419th Fighter Wing recently teamed up for an exercise to learn how to respond when local citizens at deployed locations turn in weapons from the streets to security checkpoints.   It’s common for local nationals in countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan to interact with security
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