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  • Coping with COVID-19; fire fighter style

    Reserve Citizen Airmen cope with the COVID-19 crisis in both their military and civilian careers.
  • 926th Wing Airman taking care of deployers

    Master Sgt. Randi Ross, 926th Wing Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program coordinator, is a vital part of the installation personnel readiness office deployer’s check list. Her job is to ensure all deployed members have a chance to attend a YRRP event if they choose to.
  • Home at the hospital

    While most people go home after a long, grueling day at work, Kevin Kulow walks straight to his camper, a short distance from the emergency room where he faces a wide range of unexpected illnesses.
  • Global Vikings flyover Minnesota in support of Operation American Resolve

    On Wednesday, 13 May, the 934th Airlift Wing along with the Minnesota National Guard’s 133rd Airlift Wing flew statewide flyovers in recognition of those on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic response as part of Operation American Resolve.
  • Reserve Citizen Airmen fly critical supplies to rural Colorado hospitals

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-Randolph, Texas – When not providing total force flight training for the Air Force Academy Powered Flight Program, 70th Flying Training Squadron Reserve Citizen Airmen Lt. Col. Matthew Cummins and Maj. Sean Huss are devoting their mountain flying expertise and volunteering their personal aircraft to fly critical medical
  • Making history, reserve pilot flies the U-2 for the first time

    For the first time in Air Force history and the 9th Reconnaissance Wing, reservist Maj. Jeffrey Anderson, 99th Reconnaissance Squadron pilot, qualified to fly the U-2 Dragon Lady.
  • Team Little Rock performs America Strong Salute to Heroes

    Little Rock Air Force Base flew over medical facilities throughout the state of Arkansas May 8 to honor and express Team Little Rock’s gratitude for all healthcare professionals, essential employees and volunteers in the fight against COVID-19.
  • A Mother's Day Tribute: Mother, two daughters serve in the 446th

    Amidst the chaos of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Chief Master Sgt. Janice Kallinen, 446th Force Support Squadron superintendent, drives on with her duties during these challenging times.This fall, Kallinen will retire in what would be 38 years and 5 months of service in the Air Force.  “When you’re young, you think about what the future has in
  • First Sergeant duties ramp up during pandemic

    First Sergeant duties ramp up during pandemic
  • Are you ready for hurricane season?

    May 3-9 is National Hurricane Preparedness Week and hurricane season is less than a month away, starting June 1. Are you ready?
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