HomeNews

Results:
Tag: reserve resilient
Clear
  • Education opportunities reformed to fit TFI model

    Collaboration between the 2nd and 307th Force Support Squadron has created new opportunities for active-duty and Reserve Citizen Airmen here.
  • Reserve Citizen Airman, wife decorate White House

    When Amber saw an opportunity to volunteer to decorate the White House come across her Facebook feed, she thought of her husband, Matt, who joined the Air Force Reserve in 2008, and how meaningful the experience would be for both of them. Plus, Christmas is her favorite holiday and she loves to decorate.
  • Two A-10 pilots receive Distinguished Flying Cross for strikes on Taliban

    Only seven medals carry more significance than the Distinguished Flying Cross, and, of those, only three are given for combat excellence. One of those three is the Congressional Medal of Honor. In simpler terms--it’s a rare medal.
  • Long Ranger Resilience: Col. Dennis Britten

    As part of an on-going series of features and interviews on resiliency, we highlight a Reserve Citizen Airman of the 307th Bomb Wing who has overcome obstacles to improve themselves and the Air Force. This month, we feature Col. Dennis Britten, 307th Medical Squadron commander whose work ethic and never-say-quit attitude have been instrumental in shaping his career and the careers of those around him.
  • Share your truth: It will be okay

    NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. -- “I’m going to die.”This was the thought that played on repeat in the mind of Master Sgt. Randi Ross, 926th Wing yellow ribbon program coordinator, as she sat on the phone with her doctor days before Christmas in 2016. She listened in disbelief as her doctor told her she had ductal carcinoma in situ.“I knew what it
  • Share Your Truth: Be Present

    Nothing can prepare you for the reality of a knock on the door telling you your wife has been in an accident. It can’t prepare you for being the one to identify her by her wedding ring as she lies in a coma in the ICU. Nothing prepares you for becoming a widower and a single dad at the age of 28.For Chief Master Sgt. Nathan Parks, 726th Operations
  • Hurricane Hunters finish flying Dorian

    Over the last two weeks the Air Force Reserve’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, aka Hurricane Hunters, have flown 25 missions in support of Hurricane Dorian.
  • Leading Out Without Fear

    I encourage all of our LGBT members to lead fearlessly and to take advantage of your right to be honest with your fellow airmen. I know this may still be difficult for some, but I can tell you first hand that serving openly is truly a liberating and enriching experience—one that makes you a better leader and the Air Force a better place to serve.
RSS