Category: Top Stories
  • ARPC reaches milestone of service

    The Air Reserve Personnel Center demonstrated the significance of personnel service delivery transformation and centralized service by surpassing 1 million customer issues earlier this summer. "This brings forward how personnel service has been consolidated here at Total Force Service Center - Denver," said Sara Simms, Call Center branch chief in
  • Flying Jennies saddle up for major deployment

    Reservists from the 815th Airlift Squadron "Flying Jennies" will play a big role in supporting U.S. Central Command's airlift requirements during a deployment to Southwest Asia set to begin early September. An advance deployment team left Keesler AFB Aug. 25 to lay the groundwork and arrange a "hand off" with the Air Force Reserve Command unit now
  • Squadron adds another Fowle to roster

    Senior Master Sgt. Brian Fowle re-enlisted and his youngest daughter, Brenna, enlisted in the Air Force Reserve Aug. 25. Col. Stephen Goeman, 445th Airlift Wing commander, administered the oaths of enlistment. Sergeant Fowle is an aeromedical evacuation technician and the senior enlisted air reserve technician in the 445th Aeromedical Evacuation
  • Last GPS satellite of its generation launched Aug. 17

    "I've got it," said Lt. Col. Deanna M. Burt, 2nd Space Operations Squadron commander. The commander of the Regular Air Force squadron took control of Air Force Space Command's newest GPS satellite 73 minutes after the launch of a Delta II rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., Aug. 17. At 6:35 a.m. (4:35 a.m. MDT), the last GPS
  • Dover reservists forge bond with Canadian airmen

    Reservists from here traveled to Canadian Forces Base Trenton and met with Royal Canadian Air Force members in the 8 Wing Aug. 22-24. The purpose of the 512th Airlift Wing's first visit was to forge a partnership and identify training opportunities for flying, aerial port, airlift control and maintenance operations. Ten reservists boarded a C-17
  • 'The Price Is Right' for March Airmen

    U.S. service men and women from all of the military branches formed up at CBS Studios in August for the taping of an all-military audience on "The Price is Right." This episode of the popular TV game show hosted by Drew Carey is scheduled to air on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Twenty-one Airmen from the 452nd Air Mobility Wing, 163rd Air Refueling Wing
  • Elmendorf reservists meet Tuskegee Airmen at convention

    Ten reservists from the 477th Fighter Group here traveled to Las Vegas Aug. 6 where they met living history at the Tuskegee Airmen's 38th Annual Convention. The Tuskegee Airmen were the first American black military pilots and crewmen. They served during World War II fighting enemies overseas and discrimination at home. Several of the original
  • Reservists ensure final Delta II-GPS launch success

    Air Force reservists from the 920th Rescue Wing here supported the successful launch of a United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket carrying a Navstar Global Positioning System spacecraft into orbit early Aug. 17. The 125-foot tall rocket and its payload blasted off from Launch Complex 17A at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 6:35 a.m. (EDT).
  • Reservist offers classes to help people 'move forward'

    An Air Force reservist here is helping others on base by offering behavior health classes. Tech. Sgt. William Pryor travels to classrooms across the base to teach classes on anger management, stress management and posttraumatic stress disorder. "Moving Forward" classes are held on a by-request basis. In addition to being a reservist in the base's
  • Family deals with octogenarian intruder

    Mackenzie Welz and her cousin Carrie Hale had just settled down to watch a movie at the Welz house in Corona, Calif., when an unexpected visitor dropped in July 11. "It sounded like big rocks being thrown over the house," Mackenzie said. "I thought it was an earthquake at first, and my cousin thought it was a car that had crashed into the hill