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  • 349th AMW Welcomes New Commander

         Air Force Reserve members, family and friends welcomed Col. Patrick Brady-Lee as he assumes command of the 349th Air Mobility Wing at a ceremony held on Travis Air Force Base, California, Jan. 7.  Col. Brady-Lee assumed command of the wing from Col. Terence McGee, who has been serving as acting

  • Top recruiter sends off cycling team to represent Forces

    Brig. Gen. Christopher R. Amrhein, commander of Air Force Recruiting Service, sent off the Air Force Cycling Team's Texas riders with encouraging words on July 20, 2023, at the recruiting command headquarters at JBSA-Randolph, Texas."We are excited to see this great crowd of professional riders out

  • 349th FSS receives Wartime Readiness Legacy Award

         The 349th Force Support Squadron is the recipient of the inaugural Force Support Wartime Readiness Legacy Award for leadership, performance and innovation in wartime readiness preparation.     The award recognizes and celebrates Air Force Reserve Command’s best FSS performance. Leading

  • Trust, training earn reservist's daughter gold

    Emily Bradley, 14, set a new Mount Van Hoevenberg track record on March 15, 2022, as the youngest bobsledder to pilot a sled from the highest point of a one-mile track at Lake Placid, New York.Her inspiration and mentor is none other than her father, Tech. Sgt. Michael Bradley, of the 301st Airlift

  • CIOR MilComp looking for topflight Airmen

    Are you ready to test your grit? Challenge your warrior ethos? Engage your critical thinking mastery? Lead the charge? If so, the Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers Military Competition (CIOR) is for you! CIOR will be sending out invitations to apply for this growth and leadership

  • 349 AMW receives AFRC's PACE Best Innovation Award

    “It’s on MatterMost” is a phrase 349th Air Mobility Wing Reserve Citizen Airmen are starting to get used to. With a couple of taps on their mobile phones or a few mouse clicks on their government computers, all 2,600 wing members can now access announcements, messaging, and even controlled

  • Exercise Nexus Dawn Kicks Off Across West Coast

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 349th Air Mobility Wing at Travis Air Force Base, California, and the 446th Airlift Wing at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, deployed to March Air Reserve Base, Calif., to kick off the units' first large-scale West Coast readiness exercise since the COVID-19

  • 940th ARW organizes mass COVID vaccine lineup

    Keeping ahead of obstacles from the COVID-19 pandemic, the 940th Air Refueling Wing has been navigating through, but with the arrival of the vaccine, the mission has more fuel for the fight.The wing received 157 Moderna vaccines and started vaccinations in early February. Three rounds were given to

  • First sergeant carries on family legacy of service

    The inspiration for Master Sgt. David Flores, 380th Expeditionary Medical Group first sergeant, to join the Air Force came from one person in his life.“My father was in the Air Force and he served in Vietnam, his service was my first exposure to the military,” he said. “He was the most patriotic man

  • Reserve Citizen Airmen essential to USAFA mission

    Reserve Citizen Airmen bring their skills and experience to augment the active-duty force at the U.S. Air Force Academy in order to produce tomorrow’s Air Force leaders.“Each year the Air Force Academy depends on Reserve Citizen Airmen in order to fulfill the mission here,” said Col. Christine