349th Air Mobility Wing

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Air Force Staff Sgt. Darrell Brown, part of the 55th Aerial Port Squadron shows Soldiers part of the 238th Transportation Company from the Military Ocean Terminal in Concord, Calif., how to properly secure a tactical vehicle to a C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft, July 23, 2016. The training was part of PATRIOT WYVERN which are hands-on, bi-annual events conducted by the 349th Air Mobility Wing designed to hone combat skills and improve organizational interoperability. The code name "Patriot" is common to many Air Force Reserve led exercises, such as Operation PATRIOT EXPRESS. The wyvern name derives from the mythical winged creature found on the 349th AMW's unit crest. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Cindy G. Alejandrez) Airmen, Soldiers prep for worldwide contingencies in Exercise Patriot Wyvern
Airmen and Soldiers had a chance to reinforce the skills needed to respond to worldwide contingency operations during Exercise Patriot Wyvern here July 23-24.
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Chief Master Sgt. Erika Kelly has been selected as the new Command Chief for Air Force Reserve Command, replacing Chief Cameron Kirksey as the command's senior enlisted non-commissioned officer.  Kelly is currently the command chief for the 349th Air Mobility Wing, Travis Air Force Base, California. Kelly selected as new AFRC Command Chief
The Chief of the Air Force Reserve has announced the new Command Chief Master Sergeant for Air Force Reserve Command.Chief Master Sgt. Ericka E. Kelly, command chief for the 349th Air Mobility Wing, Travis Air Force Base, California, will fill AFRC's top enlisted position, according to a release from Lt. Gen. James F. Jackson, commander of Air
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