• If you ain't ammo ...

    Munitions Systems specialists are Airmen tasked with handling, storing, transporting, arming and disarming non-nuclear weapons systems. The Munitions Systems career field is commonly referred to as "ammo." Here, ammo active duty and Reserve professionals work side-by side, all day, every day. Though there are several units who can claim that sort of integration on JBER, few do it as well as the 477th and 3rd Munitions Flights, which can now be considered a model unit for the Air Force’s push toward a total force enterprise.
  • Year in Review: Reserve Airlift Wing delivers in 2016

    For the Air Force Reserve Command’s 302nd Airlift Wing, 2016 began with the mobilization and deployment of approximately 150 Air Force Reservists and four C-130s in support of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel. Over the course of the deployment hundreds of missions were flown to include airlifting passengers, cargo, and aeromedical evacuation patients
  • Weapons safety a benchmark program

    After just over one year as the 446th Airlift Wing weapons safety manager, former enlisted technical sergeant Mr. Scott Plocar was recognized by Air Force Reserve Command for his success modernizing the wing’s weapons safety program. His selection as the AFRC Outstanding Weapons Safety Civilian of the Year Award recipient was announced Nov. 30, 2016.
  • 446th rated effective, highly effective during inspection

    The 446th Airlift ‘Rainier’ Wing recently underwent a Unit Effectiveness Inspection conducted by a team from the Air Force Reserve Command’s Inspector General Office Dec. 1-6. The Rainier Wing was rated ‘Effective’ and scored ‘Highly Effective’ for the Major Graded Area of Improving the Unit, which is the highest rating a wing can achieve for any graded area.
  • Teams arrive for AF Reserve Celebration Bowl

    Col. Tim Martz, vice commander,Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service, givves a welcome speech to the Grambling State and North Carolina Central football teams at a dinner Wednesday night, welcoming teams to the 2016 Air Force Reseerve Celebration Bowl. Martz compared the Air Force coe values to those of the the teamrs and that each had
  • Air Commando assumes command of 920th Rescue Wing

    Col. Kurt Matthews assumed command of the 920th Rescue Wing here Dec. 3 in a change of command ceremony officiated by Maj. Gen. Richard Scobee, 10th Air Force, Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas.
  • Reservists give back, receive during holiday season

    Alamo Wing Airmen are not only donating to the local community during the holiday season, but also receiving donated items to help their own families.
  • Command announces FY16 Safety Awards

    The Air Force Reserve Command Safety Office has announced the Safety Award winners for Fiscal Year 2016.
  • 655th welcomes fall with chili cookoff

    Capt. James Spindler, 64th Intelligence Squadron, is the winner of the 2016 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group Chili Cook-Off at the USO here Nov. 19, 2016. The captain received his apron award from Col. John D. McKaye, 655th ISRG commander (left) and Col. Lonnie Garris, III, 655th ISRG deputy commander. Capt. Spindler’s
  • World War II vet has homecoming with 912th Air Refueling Squadron

    The 912th Air Refueling Squadron here welcomed back Sergeant Larry Stevens, a World War II veteran, and retired member of the squadron, to participate in their Commander's Call November 16, 2016.Lt. Col. David Garon, commander of the 912th ARS, said to the Airmen attending the meeting that Sgt. Stevens was one of the founding and original members