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  • AFRC restructures the enlisted grade force

    On October 1, more than 3,500 enlisted Reserve Citizen Airmen will see upgrades to their grade authorizations.MAJCOM senior enlisted leaders and other key members reviewed, evaluated and restructured the enlisted grade authorizations as part of the Enlisted Grade Council, established in 2016. The council grew out of a continuous process improvement
  • AFA honors Reserve Citizen Airmen

    The Air Force Association honored several Air Force Reserve units, Reserve Citizen Airmen and their employers for outstanding achievements during the 2019 AFA Air, Space and Cyber Conference here Sept. 16.
  • Airman saves life in Odessa, Texas, amidst mass shooting

    An Air Force Reserve member was working in a civilian capacity in Odessa, Texas, on August 31, 2019, and helped provide life-saving first-aid to a woman suffering from three gunshot wounds.
  • Reserve Fighter Squadron accelerates training in Red Flag 19-3

    In order to provide a realistic training environment of air-to-air combat for allied and coalition forces, some pilots take up the role of being the “enemy”. The 64th Aggressors Squadron acts as professional adversaries for Red Flag at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev.
  • Integrating SIGINT, for multi-domain total force

    The 16th Intelligence Squadron set on a path to become a Reserve Component partner with the 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing (ISRW), Oct. 1, 2014, creating a culture of seamless operations integration between active duty and Reserve Airmen.
  • Florida baseball honors 920th Rescue Wing, amputee

    During a Florida Fire Frogs minor league baseball game August 18, 2017, the team not only honored all military and 1st responders, but they took time out to pay special tribute to Senior Airman Kevin Greene, the 920th Rescue Wing’s first single amputee to return to military service after a tragic accident resulted in the amputation of part of his
  • Citizen Airman saves eight people from drowning

    Sometimes spending time at the beach is just what one needs after a long day at work; however, for one Air Force Reserve Airman, his beach time was just what eight others needed. While surf fishing off the beach at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida, Tech. Sgt. Shaun Hartman risked his life to save eight others who got caught in rip currents April 14.
  • AFRC announces 2016 Public Affairs Print and Broadcast Media Contest winners

    AFRC announces 2016 Public Affairs Print and Broadcast Media Contest winners.
  • AF Week in Photos

    This week's photos feature Airmen from around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.
  • Chief earns Army Air Assault Badge

    It isn’t every day the Air Force sends an Airman to attend the Army’s brutal Air Assault School in Ft. Benning, Georgia, and its inconceivable for that Airman to be a chief master sergeant with more than 25 years of service.Until now.At 48, Chief Master Sgt. Robert Grimsley, 315th Security Forces Squadron manager’s age wasn’t ideal for one of the
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