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  • Recruits join AF Reserve at mixed martial arts event

    A group of men and women from all over Delaware joined the Air Force Reserve during a mass enlistment ceremony Saturday night at Delaware's first professional Mixed Martial Arts event inside the Dover Downs Hotel and Casino. Inside a caged ring, friends and family of the recruits along with hundreds of MMA fans witnessed the Dover Air Force Base
  • Alamo Wing launches delayed entry training flight

    For the first time, the 433rd Airlift Wing's newest Airmen are getting a boost before basic military training with the creation of delayed enlistment training flights. The program, which launched on Sept. 8, will assist  26 future Airmen with adjusting to military life prior to their assignment to BMT. Easily recognizable in their black tee shirts
  • Four Airmen bound by oath, blood

    Members of the Reserve can be considered brothers and sisters in uniform, but four brothers in the 419th Fighter Wing are literally bound by oath and by blood.Andrew, David, Timothy and Samuel Potter all joined the wing within the past four years. Growing up, they all say they considered joining the military. Their grandfather began the family's
  • Barksdale program prepares recruits for rigors of basic training

    During the July Unit Training Assembly, a lunch time crowd from the 307th Bomb Wing fills one room of the dining facility here, talking, eating and enjoying the camaraderie with their fellow Airmen. For them, lunch time is a break, a time to relax, escape the heat of the day and get away from the demands of the work place. In a separate room on the
  • McChord recruiters sweep Western region production awards

    Recruiters from the Western Recruiting Squadron, headquartered out of March Air Reserve Base, Calif., but assigned to recruit for the 446th Airlift Wing here, set a new standard by sweeping the squadron's fiscal year second-quarter production awards. Challenged with the task of recruiting and enlisting highly-qualified Reservists in the diverse
  • Development and Training Flight welcomes future Airmen

    The 931st Air Refueling Group's Development and Training Flight welcomed 15 future Airmen during its first day of training, June 2.The DTF ensures new enlistees are ready for basic training and started off on the right foot with perfect attendance."I think it demonstrates this first group is motivated about attending basic training and that they
  • Meet the Xtreme Team

    Meet the Xtreme Team, a unique extension to Air Force Reserve recruiting efforts. Energetic and hard working, Xtreme Team members travel to events across the country to find recruits with those same qualities. Whether it's an air show, concert or monster truck rally, the Xtreme Team will likely be there. During the Open House and Air Show here May
  • New reservists learn basics before basic training

    Many Reserve Airmen entering basic military training no longer have to worry about fear of the unknown.The newly formed development and training flight fills the gap between the time new Airmen enlist and the time they ship off to Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, for basic training - a period which often lasts many months. Filling this time gap
  • Speed in Reserve

  • Rock band Daughtry jams, delivers to Charleston Airmen

    Multi-platinum rock band Daughtry cranked up the volume April 17, 2012 at the Township Auditorium in Columbia, S.C. and gave members of the 315th Airlift Wing here front row seats and the opportunity to meet the band.Daughtry teamed up with the U.S. Air Force Reserve for the Get One Now "Refer a Friend Tour," and the Columbia concert was one of 15
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