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  • 445th Airlift Wing administers first COVID-19 vaccine

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 445th Airlift Wing received their first COVID-19 vaccine Feb. 26, 2021. The Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine was administered by members of the 445th Aerospace Medicine Squadron.
  • Air Force makes moves towards inclusion

    Two 919th Special Operations Wing Airmen comment on U.S. Air Force efforts towards inclusion and diversity.
  • Long Ranger Resilience: The Sky is the Limit

    Lt. Col. Jesse Hildebrand, 343rd Bomb Squadron commander, used a variety of resiliency skills to achieve his dream of becoming an Air Force pilot.
  • She’s a Leader, Parent, and Athlete-One Officer shapes the future of the Air Force Reserve

    Whether elevating herself across the peaks of the Colorado mountains, overcoming the challenges of raising a family, or shaping the future of the Air Force Reserve, this personnel officer sets the bar for resiliency, leadership, and what an Airman can achieve. With a youthful smile and a passion for progress, Lt. Col. Kristi Delcour, chief of Promotion Board Operations at Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center, embraces the challenges that balance a healthy lifestyle through athleticism, parenthood and perseverance. According to military demographics, out of about 64,000 officers in the Air Force only 22.4 percent are women, and Delcour is blazing the path for others to follow. On the HQ ARPC Promotion Board, she impacts the future of officers in the Air Force Reserve.
  • Key Spouse Ready to Assist Service Members, Their Families with Deployments

    Brittany Laursen is the new Key Spouse for the 357th Airlift Squadron. Even though the Hot Springs, Arkansas native recently became a Key Spouse, she said she hopes to make a significant positive impact for Airmen and their families.
  • Freedom Wing shields Airmen against COVID-19

    Just over a year after the United States declared a public health emergency due to the COVID-19 outbreak, vaccine distribution is in full swing.
  • Desert Storm attack pilot integrates 30-years of tactics with new technology

    A Tyrannosaurus Rex replica named Stan proudly stands in front of the Google Corporation’s headquarters in California. With his threatening gaze and gaping mouth provide a stark contrast to the rest of the campus. Google highlights the extinct apex predator as a sobering reminder that innovation is more than just a term - we must ‘innovate or die’.
  • Reserve recruiters participate in joint air operations at JBSA

    In-service recruiters from the 352nd Recruiting Squadron participated in a joint Total Force helicopter sling load exercise Jan. 26-27 to enhance their situational awareness of the Air Force Reserve and broaden their understanding of the aerial transportation career field.
  • 920th Rescue Wing executes first joint high-speed, air-to-air refuel

    Testing the capabilities of the HC-130J Combat King II aircraft, the 39th Rescue Squadron made history after successfully completing their first ever high-speed air-to-air refuel with Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornet fighter aircraft Feb. 23.“Traditionally, these F-18’s receive their aerial refuel from the KC-130,” a 39th RQS pilot said. “This was the
  • Luke fighter pilot tops 1,000 F-35 flying hours

    Maj. Nicholas “JAKAL” Rallo, an instructor pilot with the 944th Fighter Wing, became the first Luke Air Force Base F-35 Lightning II pilot to attain 1,000 F-35 flying hours here, February 22, 2021.
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