Tag: ReserveReform
  • 413th FTG hosts first-ever virtual conference

    Reserve Citizen Airmen with the 413th Flight Test Group recently gathered for the unit’s first-ever virtual conference, hosted at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia.With travel restrictions still in effect DoD-wide due to ongoing COVID-19 risks, the conference gave group members an opportunity to safely discuss aspects of various unit programs and
  • 310th Space Wing takes aim at COVID-19 with mass vaccination effort

    The 310th Space Wing’s Aerospace Medicine Flight worked with the 302nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron to conduct a mass COVID-19 vaccination event at the Peterson AFB gym, April 11.
  • Air Force rewrites basic doctrine, focuses on mission command, airpower evolution

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr. recently signed perhaps the most sweeping change of Air Force basic doctrine in the service’s history, marking a major milestone in the service’s strategic approach to “Accelerate Change or Lose.”
  • AFRC partners with Kessel Run on travel pay reform initiative

    As part of the Air Force Reserve’s strategic priority, Reform the Organization, and aligned with the Air Force Chief of Staff’s vision to Accelerate Change or Lose, Air Force Reserve Command and Kessel Run recently kicked off a new software development program to simplify and update the user interface of the Air Force Reserve’s Unit Training
  • Developing Self: Airman’s Foundational Competencies Category

    The Air Force has identified 24 Airman’s foundational competencies for all Airmen, these competencies are universally applicable to all Airmen and are categorized into four groups: Developing Self, Developing Others, Developing Ideas and Developing Organizations. Developing Self includes the following foundational competencies: accountability, perseverance, communication, decision making, information seeking, flexibility, resilience, initiative, and self-control.
  • Mom, son celebrate Air Force achievements

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – A mom and her son will celebrate milestones this week when Tech. Sgt. Nessie McCray and Airman Basic Jaylen Netterville graduate from their respective technical training schools a day apart.
  • Mission Support Group leaders visit Civil Rights battlefield

    So, Col. Reginald Trujillo, 403rd Mission Support Group commander, decided to try a new tactic in training. He gathered his MSG leadership together April 9 and took them on a staff ride, but not a traditional staff ride.
  • DAF continues implementation efforts for CUI

    Department of the Air Force personnel were already well versed with the necessity of protecting mission-critical unclassified information, but the release of the DoDI brought about additional responsibilities, procedures and dissemination controls that warranted the development of new approaches to safeguard CUI.
  • Air Force recruiting breaks GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title with virtual pastime during COVID

    When the world shut down last year and people shut themselves in during the worldwide pandemic, Airmen charged with inspiring and engaging the next generation discovered new ways to showcase America’s air power and dominate pixel space. To their surprise, their recruiting efforts earned the Air Force a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for the largest
  • 433rd LRS team accelerates change in logistics training

    Staff Sgt. Taylor Mogford, 433rd Logistics Readiness Squadron individual protective equipment supervisor, here, and his team presented their ideas for revamping logistics training at the virtual 2021 Logistics Officer Association Symposium, April 2. During the 2019 LOA Symposium, the Aether Sprint program provided a platform where a source team of Airmen tackled topics originating from the “What frustrates you most about Air Force logistics?” concept.