• Reservist searches for American MIAs in North Korea

    Master Sgt. Chris Rumley is about to leave for an extended camping trip March 13. He's not taking much with him.When you go camping in North Korea, you tend to pack light.Sergeant Rumley will be part of a 10-member U.S. team heading into Unsan County, North Korea, to search for the remains of missing American servicemen killed during the Korean
  • Honor guard member competes for heroism award

    Air Force Reserve Command’s nominee for the Air Force Pitsenbarger Award did more than her patriot duty July 4. Staff Sgt. Shelly Dapp and other members of the Air Reserve Personnel Center Honor Guard were on the outskirts of Denver, returning from a ceremony in South Dakota, when they spotted smoke and liquid fire coming from under a sport utility
  • The Battle of Unsan

    Pinned down by a barrage of rocket fire and running out of supplies, American Soldiers staged one of the most valiant stands of the Korean War in the Battle of Unsan. Sheer determination and a strong will to survive were about all the members of the U.S. Army's 8th Cavalry Regiment had to get them through a fight marked with impossible odds.The
  • Keesler, Duke Field win 7 command media contest awards

    The 403rd Wing at Keesler AFB, Miss., and the 919th Special Operations Wing at Duke Field, Fla., won more than half of the 2004 Air Force Reserve Command Media Contest awards.Keesler AFB dominated the competition with four first-place individual awards, and the wing magazine, Gulf Wing, earned the Best Command Publication award. Duke Field took two
  • Air Force Reserve selects IMAs of the year

    A military entomologist in Texas and a supply customer service supervisor in Germany are the Air Force Reserve’s individual mobilization augmentees of the year for 2005. Maj. David E. Bowles is the IMA to the technical director and senior staff scientist at the Air Force Institute for Operational Health in Brooks City-Base, Texas. The top enlisted
  • Reserve recognizes airlift control flight winners

    Reservists from Colorado and South Carolina won Air Force Reserve Command’s airlift control flight awards for 2004. Headquarters AFRC here announced the following ALCF winners March 31: Flight – 302nd ALCF, Peterson AFB, Colo. Loadmaster – Master Sgt. Jeffrey A. Flight, 302nd ALCF, Peterson AFB Communications specialist – Master Sgt. Troy A.
  • Air Force Reserve selects top aerial port people, unit

    Reservists from New Jersey to Hawaii picked up awards in the 2004 Air Force Reserve Command Aerial Port competition. In a March 31 memo, AFRC Vice Commander Maj. Gen. David E. Tanzi announced the following individual winners: Field grade officer – Lt. Col. Dale A. Forman , 45th Aerial Port Squadron, Travis AFB, Calif. Company grade officer – Capt.
  • Flexibility key to force development in Air Force Reserve

    Force development for members of the Air Force Reserve will be tailored to meet the needs of Citizen Airmen and be flexible enough to satisfy the career goals of reservists of all shapes and sizes, according to the officer overseeing the program. Maj. Dean Hicks, force development point person for the Air Force Reserve at the Pentagon, said no one
  • Traditional reservist commands 10th Air Force

    Maj. Gen. Allan R. Poulin assumed command of 10th Air Force during a change-of-command ceremony at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth Jan. 20. Lt. Gen. John A. Bradley, chief of Air Force Reserve and commander of Air Force Reserve Command, officiated the ceremony. General Poulin replaced Maj. Gen. David E. Tanzi, who became the AFRC
  • Reservists switch to myPay; LES becomes paperless

    Jan. 1 was the deadline for Air Force reservists to start using myPay, the Internet method for managing pay. If they didn’t sign up, they may find it difficult to know how much they are getting paid. The Feb. 1 leave and earning statement is the last paper copy reservists will receive through the mail. The change for Air Force Reserve Command