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  • Reserve Airmen of Red Flag

    Some of our very own Citizen Reserve Airmen explain the world's premiere air combat exercise, and how we, as Reservists, make great contributions to the mission.
  • 433rd AW starts COVID-19 vaccine distribution

    Reserve Citizen Airmen with the 433rd Airlift Wing received the COVID-19 vaccine here March 6.
  • Deploy, sustain, employ and recover

    The 920th Rescue Wing tested its collaborative abilities to provide wing Airmen with a unique training exercise that challenged their capabilities to operate outside of their comfort zones here last month.Representatives from each unit within the wing participated and played a crucial role in the FTX success. The objective was to showcase the
  • Missile wing turns to Reservist to fill deputy commander position

    When Col. Kristen Nemish, commander of the active-duty 91st Missile Wing’s Operations Group, here, looked to fill her vacant deputy commander position in November, she turned to an Air Force Reservist.The 91st OG is one of three Air Force operational missile units, equipped with the LGM-30G Minuteman-III intercontinental ballistic missile.The
  • The Total Force and world-wide engagement

    Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, commander of Air Force Reserve Command, and Chief Master Sgt. Timothy White, AFRC’s command chief master sergeant, participated together to address the AFRC perspective of the Total Force and its world-wide engagement along with Lt. Gen. Michael Loh, director of the Air National Guard, and Chief Master Sgt. Maurice Williams, command chief of the Air National Guard.
  • Tandem jump makes wing history

    Combat capabilities of the 920th Rescue Wing were tested here during a unique scenario for HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter maintenance Airmen in February.The scenario tested the 920th Maintenance Group’s response capability to an aircrew stranded on a remote tropical island after an essential sensor malfunctioned during a combat mission, forcing their
  • Tandem jump makes wing history

    Combat capabilities of the 920th Rescue Wing were tested here during a unique scenario for HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter maintenance Airmen in February.The scenario tested the 920th Maintenance Group’s response capability to an aircrew stranded on a remote tropical island after an essential sensor malfunctioned during a combat mission, forcing their
  • 920th Rescue Wing executes first joint high-speed, air-to-air refuel

    Testing the capabilities of the HC-130J Combat King II aircraft, the 39th Rescue Squadron made history after successfully completing their first ever high-speed air-to-air refuel with Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornet fighter aircraft Feb. 23.“Traditionally, these F-18’s receive their aerial refuel from the KC-130,” a 39th RQS pilot said. “This was the
  • Help End Serial Offenders

    Remember the last time you had the wind knocked out of you. It brought you to your knees, eyes were stinging, you are gasping to breathe, you feel a little disoriented, and you can hardly speak. Early on in my Air Force career I was recovering from a trauma, and I focused on just trying to breathe. I was faced with the decision to file a Restricted or Unrestricted Report against a coworker for sexual assault/conduct. I was newer, less than a year, to the organization and feared no one would believe me and also feared how my chain of command would respond to my allegations since my offender was established within the organization. These were my personal fears and because of them I decided the right path for me at the time was to file a Restricted Report.
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