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  • Air Force Reserve goes Hollywood

    Unseasonably chilly weather greeted hundreds of cast, crew and extras from a proposed WB Network series as they converged here for a marathon day of filming. They came to Homestead ARB to work on scenes for the pilot episode of “Mercy Reef,” a science-fiction themed program that could appear on the network as early as the fall of 2006, according to
  • Travis leaders drive rivets at C-17 Major Join

    Military leaders from here got the honor of driving the final rivets into the base’s new C-17 Globemaster III jet transport during a ceremony at the Boeing plant in Long Beach, Calif., March 17. Brig. Gen. Thomas Gisler Jr., 349th Air Mobility Wing commander, and Col. Timothy Zadalis, 60th AMW vice commander, traveled with about 70 base
  • Whiteman A-10 pilots capture Hawgsmoke title

    In what is the Air Force’s version of the Olympic Games for A-10 pilots, the 442nd Fighter Wing’s 303rd Fighter Squadron emerged as the gold-medal winner after competing against 19 other squadrons from around the world at “Hawgsmoke ‘06” over the Arizona desert. Four pilots from the Air Force Reserve Command squadron competed in the event, held
  • Reservists go online to correct duty history

    As of March 31, Air Force Reserve members around the world can correct or change their duty history via the virtual Personnel Center Guard and Reserve, a 24/7 customer service Web portal operated by the Air Reserve Personnel Center here. Before the ARPC Personnel Service Delivery system went online, Airmen had to visit their local military
  • Command announces command post award winners

    Air Force Reserve Command announced its 2005 command and control award winners March 29. The 433rd Airlift Wing, Lackland AFB, Texas, won two awards. Its command post was selected the best large command post, and Senior Airman Robert Huizar was named the top airman. The best small command post award went to the 910th AW, Youngstown Air Reserve
  • 3 command people win Air Force security forces awards

    Three people representing Air Force Reserve Command captured Air Force security forces awards in the air reserve component competition. They are 1st Lt. Nathan J. List, 910th Security Forces Squadron, Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio, in the company grade officer category; Staff Sgt. Claude M. Rhone, 514th SFS, McGuire AFB, N.J., in the airman
  • Reserve selects top aviation resource managers

    Three reservists won Air Force Reserve Command aviation resource management awards for 2005. Command officials here announced the following winners March 28: Senior NCO – Master Sgt. Revonda L. Rials, 96th Flying Training Squadron, Laughlin AFB, Texas; NCO – Staff Sgt. Jamie R. Gudmestad, 317th Airlift Squadron, Charleston AFB, S.C.; and Airman –
  • Command announces aircrew life support awards

    The 758th Airlift Squadron, Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pa., and one of its reservists won Air Force Reserve Command aircrew life support awards for 2005. The squadron’s life support program was selected the best in the command, and Tech. Sgt. Stephen C. Cecil was named the top NCO. Other life support awards announced
  • Youngstown nabs top security forces unit award

    The 910th Security Forces Squadron, Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio, is the best SF unit in Air Force Reserve Command. The Air Force announced its selection in March along with the top SF units in the Regular Air Force and Air National Guard. Commanders will receive their unit’s award April 12 during an awards banquet at the Air Force SF
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