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  • Colorado-based AF Reservists continue relief aid flights into Haiti

    The Air Force Reserve's 302nd Airlift Wing delivered another bundle of supplies Jan. 30 into the Caribbean nation of Haiti as relief supply runs into the country continue.The Colorado-based aircrew from the 302nd AW and their C-130 Hercules delivered dozens of cases of bottled water, printing supplies and equipment and additional parts for awaiting
  • Dobbins medical team returns from Haiti relief mission

    Five members of the 94th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron here returned home Jan. 31 after a two-week Operation Unified Response deployment to provide medical care and support for Haitians injured in the devastating earthquake. While unloading their medical equipment, the recently named "Dobbins Angels" -- Lt. Col. David E. Rodberg, medical crew
  • Team Dover completes C-5M tests, evaluations

    After nearly four months of missions and demonstrations, Team Dover Airmen completed operational testing and evaluation of the C-5M Super Galaxy.With OT&E complete, the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center will present their findings to the Department of Defense and Congress, based on the tests conducted at Dover AFB."Operational Test
  • McChord becomes part of Joint Base Lewis-McChord

    Reservists in the 446th Airlift Wing no longer report to McChord Air Force Base, Wash., for their Reserve drill weekends or any other homestation tour of duty. Reservists now report to Joint Base Lewis-McChord, McChord Field.Reservists in the Air Force Reserve Command wing still report to the same place; only the name has changed. On Feb. 1,the
  • Resourceful Reserve nurse helps save a life in Haiti

    Col. Paulette Schank knew she had to do something. Two and a half month old Frantz Andy Saintus was gasping for breath, in need of immediate care in order to survive. He survived a devastating earthquake in Haiti and Colonel Schank would not allow breathing complications to take his life.In her civilian life, the colonel is a nurse anesthetist and
  • Team Travis sends 'hospital in a box' to Haiti

    Travis personnel bid farewell to medical personnel as they board a C-17 Globemaster bound for Haiti. Team Travis Airmen packed the aircraft with medical supplies, medicines and equipment, including a "hospital in a box," to support the ongoing Haitian relief efforts. The medical professions from David Grant Medical Center and other squadrons could
  • Total Force crew delivers soldiers, communication equipment to Haiti

    An Air National Guard aircrew flying an Air Force Reserve C-130 Hercules transported approximately 10 Soldiers of the 82nd Airborne Division and critical satellite communication equipment Jan. 27 to earthquake-ravaged Haiti.The Minnesota Air National Guard aircrew from the 133rd Airlift Wing and their C-130, operating out of Muniz Air Base, Puerto
  • Reserve aircrews teach airborne firefighting to Royal Thai Air Force

    The U.S. Air Force Reserve-led Modular Airborne Firefighting System training for the Royal Thai Air Force has transitioned from classroom to flying. RTAF crews began flying MAFFS missions Monday with members of the Air Force Reserve's 302nd Airlift Wing providing oversight and advice.Seven members of the 302 AW traveled to Thailand to share their
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