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  • Mobility Airmen transport humanitarian aid from Minneapolis, Niagara Falls to Nicaragua

    U.S. Airmen assigned to the 22nd Airlift Squadron here delivered equipment and supplies to Managua, Nicaragua, July 26 during a Denton Program mission.
  • The Next Big Thing? Barksdale Training Next edges toward the future

    Maj. Mark Budgeon developed Barksdale Training Next as a comprehensive training system to help individualize instruction for B-52 students while helping instructors improve training through data gathering and analysis.
  • CARCAH key to coordination, storm support

    Coordination—it is the key to any successful organization or event; and, when that event happens to be a hurricane, which requires aerial reconnaissance to gather life-saving weather data for forecasts—it’s imperative.In order for the Hurricane Hunters, whether that’s the Air Force Reserve’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron at Keesler Air Force
  • AFRC's chief diversity officer visits HQ ARPC, facilitates difficult discussions

    Officer, enlisted, and civilian leaders assigned to Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center, Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado, participated in Diversity & Inclusion Awareness training as well as guided discussions about race relations here July 28th.The Air Force Reserve Command’s Diversity and Inclusion officer, G. Lee Floyd, facilitated the
  • Westover aeromedical, aerial port Airmen practice like they play

    Members of the 439th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, 439th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron and the 42nd Aerial Port Squadron conducted ground and flight medical training July 23 to 25.
  • 926th Wing gets the green light for Active Association

    Air Combat Command published a Total Force Integration Record of Decision on July 15, stating the 64th Aggressor Squadron at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, will become an Air Force Reserve Command Active Association, officially setting up the 926th Wing to take responsibility for the aircraft and leading the squadron.
  • Hurricane Hunter sets unit record for eyewall penetrations

    In the Air Force, the number 341 typically elicits an unpleasant memory. Like that time someone in your group of three marching at basic military training forgot to put their cover on, so you all were vehemently reprimanded by a military training instructor and had your 341 pulled.Or that time you failed to fill out all of your 341s in tech school,
  • Hiring reform changes the flight line game

    Hiring initiatives at the 926th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron have accelerated readiness, taking full-time manning from 30 percent to almost 100 percent in just over two years.
  • Total Force Airmen: Supporting the DoD – in and out of uniform

    Service members can face a myriad of challenges, but what happens when the service member is also the civilian? Michael Ende splits his time as the Armed Forces Medical Examiner System inventory manager and as a technical sergeant with the 512th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron as a flying crew chief.
  • 48 hours: 302nd Airlift Wing reservists deployed in support of COVID-19

    Part of being a service member means being able to deploy in a moment’s notice. A moment could mean months, weeks or even days. Eight reservists with the 302nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron received their call to deploy in support of COVID-19 just days before departure.
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