• It starts here: Development & Training Flight

    Concern, fear, anxiety, and fatigue shadow the rigid, but unorthodox position of attention among the young men and women of the 315th Airlift Wing Development and Training Flight here. Mixed among those faces, beamed a glimmer of pride and patriotism that sparked the initiative of these recently enlisted trainees who are bound for Air Force basic military training.
  • Life outside of the cubicle

    After more than 52 years of federal service, Theota “Belle” Fisher, Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service marketing specialist, will be retiring and starting the next chapter of her life.
  • Reimbursement increase for inactive duty training

    Some Reserve Citizen Airmen attending inactive duty training outside normal commuting distances at Air Force Reserve locations will be seeing an increase in the maximum reimbursement for actual travel expenses under a revision to the Joint Travel Regulation. In order for Reservists to be eligible for this entitlement, they must also reside outside
  • AFRC Recruiting Service rolls out mobile marketing platform

    Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service has a new weapon in its recruiting arsenal with the 2018 launch of interactive Mobile Marketing Platforms or MMPs, to be featured at air shows and other AFRC recruiting events.
  • High School to Flight School

    Officials at Air Force Reserve Command headquarters, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, are hoping an innovative new program will help the command meet its need for flight engineers.A flight engineer is the enlisted member of an aircraft’s flight crew who monitors and operates its myriad complex systems. Flight engineers sit at a station near the
  • Tour sparks new recruit flashback moment

    New recruits from the 446th Airlift ‘Rainier’ Wing’s Development and Training Flight tour a C-17 Globemaster III.
  • Commander posthumously awards MSM to fallen AFRC member

    Lt. Gen. Maryanne Miller, commander, Air Force Reserve Command, posthumously presented the meritorious service medal January 27, 2018, to Albert and Shirley Adams, the family of the late Master Sgt Sophia Gibbs. Gibbs worked for AFRC Recruiting Service as the NCOIC, force management and customer service. In addition to receiving the MSM, the family was given a shadow box and coin display from her recruiting service family.
  • Reserve recruiters reach goal for 17th year

    Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service has met the command’s accession goal for the 17th consecutive year.For the past fiscal year, Reserve recruiters not only reached their goal but surpassed it, ending the year with 8,241 accessions equating to 101.7 percent of the goal.“I want to give a thank you to our recruiters and support personnel.
  • Recruiting Service adding recruiters to address maintenance shortage

    In a move designed to increase the number of maintenance air reserve technicians, the Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service and Directorate of Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection, known as A4, have teamed up to create a group of recruiters dedicated to the ART mission."Maintenance manning is the biggest issue we face right now in the
  • Top Recruiter: Family the driving force behind her success

    While Master Sgt. Alisa Merriott was having arguably one of the greatest production years ever for an Air Force Reserve recruiter, she was also dealing with a great personal hardship. Her mother, Arline Kabele, had been diagnosed with stage-four brain cancer and was given three months to live. On a professional level, Merriott, lead health