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  • Coping during COVID-19 and beyond

    To help members navigate the uncharted waters of these times, HQ ARPC leadership teamed up with Chaplain Justin Combs, 566th Intelligence Squadron, to present a virtual coping course, which was held Friday, April 17th. Team members had the option to use video or audio to call in, connect with one another, and learn more about coping in all types of stressful situations - not just COVID-19.
  • Second wave of 944th FW medics deploy to aid in coronavirus response

    Over a dozen medical personnel from the 944th Medical and Aeromedical Staging Squadrons were mobilized this week in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.Nurses and medical technicians with highly sought after skills for COVID-19 response departed Luke Air Force Base, April 22 to join hundreds more Reservists already providing care to
  • Additional 920th Medical Airmen Headed for COVID-19 Response

    Additional medical Airmen from the 920th Rescue Wing’s Aeromedical Staging Squadron (ASTS) have been sent to the New York City area to assist with pandemic response.These Airmen flew to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey on Wednesday to join others from the wing who were mobilized in response to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, earlier
  • More than 770 AF Reservists called up providing medical support

    More than 150 additional Air Force Reserve medical specialists were mobilized in the latest Air Force Reserve call-up in support of COVID-19 relief efforts with most Reservists set to assist medical staff in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
  • History in the making: Defeating COVID-19 with care

    On Aug. 1, 1948, the 301st Station Medical Group was activated at Smoky Hill Air Force Base, Kan., beginning a long history of Air Force service. The unit has been an important part of Air Force lineage in Texas since it was assigned to the 301st Tactical Fighter Wing on July 1, 1976 at what was then known as Carswell AFB. It would eventually be re-designated the 301st Medical Squadron on Oct. 17, 2008. Throughout the years the squadron has ensured members are ready to serve their country, no matter where or when. This includes a world-wide pandemic.
  • Reserve Citizen Airmen double down on COVID-19 response

    A second wave of Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 307th Medical Squadron here mobilized April 21 to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. to help with the fight against COVID-19 in New York City. The group of nurses and medical technicians followed another deployment from the unit earlier this month.  That deployment was also to New York City, one
  • Bring Safety Home

    As the nation moves to adapt and minimize the spread of the Coronavirus 2019, the Department of the Air Force is prioritizing the health and safety of our Airmen and Space professionals, civilian personnel, and families. By encouraging prevention measures and making modifications to ensure all essential missions get off the ground, many now find themselves supporting the Air Force mission to ‘fly, fight, and win’ from a home office.
  • TFSC introduces chat function for the Guard and Reserve

    The Total Force Service center has introduced a new tool for Guard and Reserve members to reach a representative with their personnel-related questions. Now when members of the Air Reserve Component log into myPers, they will see a banner advertising the new chat feature to communicate with a live agent to handle their inquiries. Customers will also notice a pop-up screen will appear when they are reading knowledge articles on the myPers website asking if they would like to initiate a chat session.
  • 910th Medical Squadron storms front line in pandemic fight, in uniform and out

    Three members of the 910th Medical Squadron are adding to the front line fight against COVID-19 by deploying to Lincoln Medical Center in the Bronx, New York. At least 14 more are expected to soon follow suit.
  • Special leave accrual for service members

    Today, Matthew Donovan, under secretary of defense for personnel and readiness, signed a department-wide authorization for service members to accrue and retain an additional leave balance of up to 120 days. The department's actions to stem the spread of COVID-19 has significantly limited the ability of service members to take leave during this
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