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Air Force Reserve Command Public Affairs logo AFRC announces awards for Communication Excellence
Air Force Reserve Command announced the winners of the 2015 Awards for Communication Excellence during the Public Affairs Symposium in Atlanta, Feb. 11.The following winners will go on to represent AFRC in the Air Force-level competition.Major Henry H. "Hap" Arnold Award for Public Affairs Communication Effectiveness: 403rd Wing, Keesler Air Force
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Maj. Gen. Michael Kim, mobilization assistant to the Commander, Air Force Reserve Command, presents the Public Affairs Champion award to Brig. Gen. Samuel "Bo" Mahaney, Air Reserve Personnel Center commander, at the Public Affairs Leadership Symposium held Feb. 9, 2016, in Marietta, Ga. This award recognizes commanders who are highly supportive and involved in the Public Affairs career field. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek) Air Force Reserve Command crowns public affairs champ
The commander of the Air Reserve Personnel Center, Brig. Gen. Samuel “Bo” Mahaney, was presented the Air Force Reserve Command Public Affairs Champion Award by Maj. Gen. Michael Kim, mobilization assistant to the AFRC commander at the AFRC PA Leadership Symposium in Marietta, Ga., Feb. 9. The AFRC PA Champion award recognizes commanders who
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Default Air Force Logo Curing today’s IT blues and building tomorrow’s cyber force
You have been at your desk for hours, typing away. Suddenly, your computer screen turns blue. Your palms start to sweat, knees grow weak, arms get heavy and heart starts beating faster than the speed of sound. You were so focused on the task at hand, you don’t remember if you saved your work. You think you did, but self-doubt fills every ounce of
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Airmen offload an HH-60 from a C-17 from March Air Reserve Base, Calif., Jan. 28 after it delivered the Air Force Reserve Command's first HH-60 to go through Korean Air Lines depot maintenance. During this intensive overhaul, the helicopter is stripped down to nothing and they fix any corrosion before putting it back together so that it’s as fresh as the day it came off the assembly line. “By using KAL, we were able to save both time and money compared to using a stateside depot,” said Maj. Dusty Dossman, 943rd Maintenance Squadron commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Drzazgowski)
Korean depot maintenance saves Reserve time, money
A 943rd Rescue Group HH-60 returned to Davis-Monthan AFB Jan. 28 after a year at the Korean Air Lines Joint Depot Level Maintenance facility for its 78-month major overhaul.This is the first time that the Air Force Reserve Command has sent one of its helicopters to Korea instead of using stateside depots."We were the first in the lower 48 to use
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(L-R) U.S. Air Force Reserve Lt. Cols. Keith Jasmin, pilot, James Trevino, navigator and Neil Hede, pilot, conduct a pre-mission briefing prior to the last training mission flight of a C-130H assigned to the 913th Airlift Group at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark., Jan. 28, 2016. The final two-hour mission consisted of low level air drop techniques and pilot proficiency training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jeff Walston/Released) Group flies final C-130H mission, preps for J-model
The 913th Airlift Group flew its final C-130H mission Jan. 28, as the wing prepared to transition to the J-model of the venerable Hercules transporter.This flight means the mission for the 913th has officially changed from the “H” to the “J” model,” said Lt. Col. Keith Jasmin, chief of current operations for the 913th Operations Support
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Lt. Col. Patricia Latham, 434th Air Refueling Wing process manager, speaks about the 434th Air Refueling Wing 2016 mission and vision during a newcomer’s orientation at Grissom Air Reserve Base, Ind., Jan. 10, 2015. Latham is responsible for overseeing effective process improvement efforts to ensure efficient, cost saving and compliance with Air Force instructions.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Mota)
Process improvement helps units work smarter not harder
One Grissom officer is working hard at helping others work smart while leading the charge of innovation.Lt. Col. Patricia Latham, 434th Air Refueling Wing process manager, is responsible for overseeing effective process improvement in an effort to ensure processes here are efficient, cost saving and compliant with Air Force instructions. "There's
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Deployed Airmen from the 442d Fighter Wing comprised the 455th Air Expeditionary Maintenance Unit at Bagram Airbase, Afghanistan in this photo from October 2014. The 455th EAMS at Bagram Airbase, Afghanistan has been awarded the 2015 Air Combat Command Maintenance Effectiveness Award, distinguishing the unit as the top-performing medium aircraft maintenance unit in ACC. (U.S. Air Force photo) 442nd wins Maintenance Effectiveness Award 2 years running
The 455th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Bagram AB, Afghanistan has been awarded the 2015 Air Combat Command Maintenance Effectiveness Award, distinguishing the unit as the top-performing medium aircraft maintenance unit in ACC.The award is for the unit's accomplishments during fiscal year 2015, stretching from 1 October 2014 to 30
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An Air Force Reserve Command KC-135R Stratotanker refueling boom moves into position to conduct an aerial refueling with an E-3 Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft over Texas during a Congressional orientation flight, Jan. 19, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo/Maj. Jon Quinlan) 
Congressional staff tour, fly with AFRC
Eleven Congressional staff members representing various states around the country learned about the Air Reserve Command aerial refueling mission and more during a wing tour and flight on board a KC-135R Stratotanker here Jan. 19, 2016.In an effort to showcase the Air Force Reserve mission, the Congressional staffers spoke with senior Reserve unit
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Col. David Condit, 403rd Operations Group commander, passes the 815th Airlift Squadron guide on to Lt. Col. Stuart Rubio, 815th AS commander, during a change of command ceremony January 30, 2016, at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. Rubio took command of the 815th AS during the ceremony, which was held in the 815th AS building. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Ryan Labadens) 'Flying Jennies' rebuilding at Keesler
Lt. Col. Stuart Rubio assumed command of the Air Force Reserve's 815th Airlift Squadron "Flying Jennies" from Lt. Col. Shannon Hailes Saturday.As part of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2013, the Air Force announced plans to transfer 10 of the 403rd Wing's C-130J aircraft. A 2015 report from the Secretary of the Air Force reversed that
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The newly constructed courtyard and centerpiece to four 302nd Airlift Wing campus buildings has been recognized as the 2015 Honor Award winner in the category of Landscape Architecture for the 2015 Air Force Design Awards program.  The in-house design and project management efforts by the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron’s Facilities Excellence Team at Peterson Air Force Base transformed an undeveloped outdoor area into a high-use, central outdoor gathering and passage space for the Peterson-based Reserve wing. Reserve wing’s courtyard is AF design award winner
The newly constructed courtyard and centerpiece to four 302nd Airlift Wing campus buildings has been recognized as the 2015 Honor Award winner in the category of Landscape Architecture for the 2015 Air Force Design Awards program. According to a release from the U.S. Air Force Civil Engineer Center Public Affairs, “These awards recognize the
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