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August 3 was a very busy Wednesday for Lt. Gen. John Healy.
Three Reserve Citizen Airmen spent their summer in Florida helping a diverse group of young adults grow their love of aviation at the Air Force’s AIM HIGH Flight Academy.
As an aeromedical evacuation technician with the Air Force Reserve’s 934th Airlift Wing, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Air Reserve Station, Minnesota, and a civilian paramedic in Madison, Wisconsin, Master Sgt. Brian Tremain has a heart for helping people make it through some of the
While many of his friends were lying on the beach or riding roller coasters with their kids at amusement parks, Lt. Col. Stephen Murphy spent his summer vacation at one of the top military hospitals in the El Salvadorian capital of San Salvador, sharpening his own medical skills while sharing
Imagine a nearly pitch black space.The hand you can only faintly see in front of you rises to flip a battery pack towards your forehead and a faint hum of power buzzes incessantly like a mosquito in the summertime.
The Air Force Reserve is loaded with highly skilled and highly trained prior-service members who for one reason or another decided the Reserve was a better fit for them than active-duty service. Most prior-service Reservists come from the active-duty Air Force, but the Reserve welcomes prior-service
Aeromedical evacuation professionals from Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, took a hop across “the Pond” for hands-on immersion training with their Royal Air Force counterparts at RAF Brize Norton, England in June.
Early in June, the sound of gunshots rang down the halls of a former civil engineering building at Maxwell Air Force Base’s Gunter Annex. Most people would have instinctively called security forces, but members of the 908th Airlift Wing’s Security Forces Squadron were already on the scene, training
Female mechanics at the 931st Air Refueling Wing’s Maintenance Group at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, are turning more than wrenches. They are turning the tide on a typically male-dominated career field.
On July 18, HQ AFRC, working in conjunction with the 932nd Airlift Wing, located near Belleville, Illinois, signed a Training Affiliation Agreement with the St. Louis-based Mercy Health System. TAAs offer military members the opportunity to improve their skills by working alongside their civilian
Three Reserve Citizen Airmen are spending their summer in Florida helping a diverse group of young adults grow their love of aviation at the Air Force’s AIM HIGH Flight Academy.
Change is inevitable. Change is uncertain. Change may be uncomfortable. However, it is often necessary because the risks of complacency are too great. Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, Chief of the Air Force Reserve (Editor’s note: In 2018, Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, chief of the Air
Developing resilient leaders can be complex. There is not a single solution or program that can mass produce the caliber of leaders we need to win in a competitive environment. Chief Master Sgt. Timothy White, Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Reserve Command
The reason the Air Force Reserve exists is to provide manpower and capabilities to support and defend this nation. This mandate spans the entire spectrum of operations, so we must be prepared to respond to any potential scenario. As a military organization, our primary focus is
The Air Force Continuous Process Improvement Green Belt Academics e-learning course, through OpusWorks, is now available to all Airmen.The online course, comprised of 40 self-paced modules, replaces the previous 40-hour classroom instruction and provides a flexible and cost-effective way to increase