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  • SecAF, CSAF recognize motivation of Total Force at 380th AEW

    The 380th AEW is in a unique position as the only wing in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility that supports all five Air Force core missions, said Goldfein. However, it is not just the diversity of mission sets that sets the wing apart. The 380th AEW is made up of approximately 25 percent Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve members.
  • Reserve Citizen Airman helms Texas county

    Orange County, in Southeast Texas on the border with Louisiana and just 20 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, is home to more than 80,000 Texans and led by Air Force Reserve Maj. S. Brint Carlton.Carlton was elected to the county’s top position in 2014 and has used the experience and leadership he gained in the Air Force to steer policy and guide his
  • Reserve leaders using Space industry standards

    Leaders of the 920th Rescue Wing had the opportunity to step away from their units and take a look at how they do business with fresh eyes Feb. 8-9.
  • Medal of Honor recipient visits Patrick AFB

    It's not everyday you get to meet someone who's been featured on a postage stamp. On Jan. 31, 2017, personnel from Patrick Air Force Base gathered to hear from a special visitor whose likeness was placed on the top right-hand corner of millions of envelopes sent through the U.S. postal system, Medal of Honor recipient retired U.S. Army Sgt. 1st
  • A Contagion Spreads: Air Force Kudzu

    The zealous desire by some Airmen to acquire then boastfully use post-nominals is as noxious and invasive in the Air Force as the destructive weed kudzu is in the American countryside. It detracts from the study of the profession of arms, hampers the delivery of required services, and delays individual mastery of core career field competencies.
  • Inspiring the next generation of aviators

    When it comes to inspiring the next generation of aviators, former 22nd Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. Stayce Harris knows that continual support and development of science, technology, engineering and math programs are key to instilling passion in young people.   During a recent visit to the U.S. Air Force’s Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins,
  • Headquarters RIO to see command change

    The leadership of the Headquarters Individual Reservist Readiness and Integration Organization will change hands following Col. Christopher E. Cronce’s move to the Pentagon, where he is now the Deputy Director for Reserve Personnel.Cronce hands the reins of leadership to Col. Carolyn A. Stickell, who currently serves as the Individual Mobilization
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