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  • 349 AMW sweeps up three awards Raincross

    The 349th Air Mobility Wing brought home not one, not two, but three out of six excellence awards during the 2022 Fourth Air Force Annual Raincross Trophy Awards Dinner in Riverside, California, on March 1, 2023.

  • Reserve Commander Rescinds COVID-19 Participation Limits

    Following the lead of the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of the Air Force, the commander of Air Force Reserve Command and chief of the Air Force Reserve has rescinded the June 2022 memo that restricted participation and travel for Reserve Citizen Airmen not vaccinated against Covid-19.

  • Maintaining aircraft for atmospheric river missions

    To keep the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron aircraft flying at an off-station location, the maintenance personnel bring the equipment needed to operate and work on the aircraft to keep the aircraft operational with them, but some locations present challenges.

  • A word of mouth with the 934 AW's dental component

    This is the first story in a series showcasing work areas in the 934th Airlift Wing you don't often hear about. Dental professionals are integral to the medical readiness process of our Airmen. The 934th Aeromedical Staging Squadron dental component is composed of almost 10 dentists and dental

  • I am The 908th: Tech. Sgt. Siedrick Orozco

    Tech. Sgt. Siedrick Orozco is a client systems technician with the 908th Force Support Squadron’s Communications Section. He has been with the 908th for more than a decade.Orozco first joined the Air Force’s active-duty component where he served for three years before transitioning to the reserve.

  • 624 RSG celebrates opening of new HQ facility with ribbon-cutting

    On Saturday, Feb. 4, the 624th Regional Support Group celebrated the opening of its new headquarters facility located at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house. In attendance were Group leadership and members, 4th Air Force Commander, Brig. Gen. Scott