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  • A helping heart: Reserve Citizen Airman provides for children in need

    Most people don't share their toothbrush, not even with another family member.But that exact situation is what spurred Tech. Sgt. Eric Porth to start a donation drive for children in low-income families in Shreveport and Bossier City, Louisiana.Porth, a fuel systems craftsman with the 307th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, spoke with a friend last
  • Staff Sgt. Kristy Riley: Shining Example of Air Force Core Values

    Reserve Citizen Airman Staff Sgt. Kristy L. Riley, 924th Maintenance Squadron Munitions Flight combat plans training supervisor, from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Arizona was recognized at Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters level as their Airman of the Year, moving on to be selected as one of the Department of the Air Force’s “12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year.”
  • Homestead adjusts to COVID-19 realities

    COVID-19 had been a moving target as Homestead Air Reserve Base continues to combat the virus. HARB has closely followed Department of Defense and Centers for Disease and Prevention protocols while providing testing and vaccinations on base. This includes checking all personnel’s temperature as they arrive to work. Yet, even with all these
  • An inside look at F-35 pilot helmet fittings

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- Reservists in the 419th Operations Support Squadron play a crucial role to ensure the safety of pilots assigned to the 419th Fighter Wing, the Air Force Reserve’s only combat-capable F-35 unit. “We are responsible for maintaining and repairing pilot gear to ensure everything is in proper working condition,” said Staff
  • 442d Structures Flight uses unique skills and equipment to machine aircraft wing part

    Master Sgt. Cameron Williams and Staff Sgt. Johnathan Shellhart, both machinists with the 442d Maintenance Squadron, designed, 3D modeled, and used the shop’s CNC mill to fabricate a replacement part for an A-10 wing.
  • Reservist rides 500 miles with AF Cycling Team

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – Despite summer heat and humidity, 2nd Lt. Steven Carroll pedaled more than 500 miles across the Midwest as a member of the U.S. Air Force Cycling Team during a popular event July 25-31.The Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, or RAGBRAI, is a seven-day ride that sees thousands of cyclists pushing themselves
  • Hill reservist among elite competing in international event

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- Senior Airman Trevor Thompson, 67th Aerial Port Squadron, is one of 10 reservists selected to represent the United States in the 2021 Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers Military Skills Competition held in Finland beginning July 30. The three-day competition consists of pistol and rifle shooting, various
  • IDLC crafts combat-ready Defenders

    The Integrated Defense Leadership Course, which takes place at Camp James A. Garfield Joint Military Training Center and Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio, was designed to provide Reserve Defenders with intensely focused hands-on training to achieve and maintain combat readiness.
  • UDM brings invaluable experience to position

    Richard Bullock is a UDM for the 919th Special Operations Mission Support Group who brings valuable deployment experience to his job and commitment to making sure other Airmen are always ready to go.
  • Rucking around with the 934th Security Forces Squadron in yearlong challenge

    Anyone for a yearlong ruck march challenge? At the start of this fiscal year, 934th Airlift Wing Airmen and civilians started rucking on and off base completing monthly challenges. What they are doing is participating in a yearlong ruck beta test for Resolute Defender. Created and sponsored by the 934th Security Force Squadron, the scope of this loaded march challenge is for participants to build and solidify, resiliency, camaraderie, and communication.
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