• 301st Fighter Wing Airmen return home

    301st Fighter Wing members, families and friends welcome more than 100 Airmen home from Afghanistan Nov. 9, 2016, at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. Airmen deployed in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel, which focused on maintaining security and stability in the deployed region. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt.
  • Commander unveils Deepwater Horizon painting

    Air Force Reserve Chief, Lt. Gen. Maryanne Miller, Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Darby Perrin and Commander Air Mobility Command Gen. Carlton D. Everhart III unveil the painting "Deepwater Horizon" at the 2016 Airlift/Tanker Association and Air Mobility Command Symposium in Nashville, Tennessee. The painting, created by Perrin, is the newest
  • Active duty captain runs for AF Reserve Command

    What motivates someone to run a 26.2-mile marathon? To run 12 to 24 miles a couple times a week to train? To sacrifice family time and inflict physical pain that could last for days? For one member of Air Force Reserve Command’s challenge team competing in the 20th running of the Air Force Marathon at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, on Sept.
  • Beale Reserve wing stands up historic CE squadron

    The 940th Air Refueling Wing stood up a new civil engineer squadron here Sept. 11, the first time in more than 20 years that Air Force Reserve Command has added such a unit. Lieutenant Colonel Bradley G. King assumed command of the 940th Civil Engineer Squadron from presiding officer Col. Roderick T. Grunwald, 940th Mission Support Group
  • Running reservist pursues passion

    Reservist, Major Brian Cummings will represent nearly 70,000 Citizen Airmen in the 20th Air Force Marathon Saturday at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, where out of 100 applicants, only he and nine others were chosen to represent the Air Force Reserve Command.
  • 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,
  • Air Force Reserve runners go the extra mile and more

    America’s Citizen Airmen are known for going the extra mile, juggling their family life, civilian employment and commitment to the nation’s defense just as a juggler keeps a number of objects in the air, in unison, perfectly timed, spaced and synchronized.
  • 307th Bomb Wing drops praise on Tinker

    Citizen Airmen of the 307th Bomb Wing, Barksdale Air Force Base, La., visited the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex Aug. 17 to deliver a heartfelt thanks to the workforce who maintain the B-52H aircraft they fly.
  • 622nd Airmen vital in EOD warehouse construction in Guam

    Engineers from the 622nd Civil Engineer Group, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia, deployed for five months and played a key role in the design and construction management plans for a new explosive ordnance disposal warehouse at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.The new $915,000 facility was built to store items such as Humvees, bomb suits, EOD robots
  • AFRC Community Spotlight: A8

    Regulating money and deciding where it should be used is a challenging process, but it is one the A8 directorate focuses on every day. A8PE balances a five billion dollar budget every year and A8PB has the task of deciding which current and future missions are going to continue to receive that money. They both have to plan, allocate and justify the