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  • Dover Reservists first on scene, save victim

    Two 512th Airlift Wing reservists helped pull a woman to safety following a car crash June 11 in Dover, Delaware. Senior Airman Travis Beebe, 512th Memorial Affairs Squadron, and Staff Sgt. Lawrence Tungol, 512th Maintenance Squadron, were first on the scene of a two-vehicle accident involving an overturned car. The two were presented the Air
  • RED HORSE demos Total Force Integration

    Total Force Integration is operating seamlessly across Nellis Air Force Base, to include the remote desert of Area 2 on the northeast side of the installation.Here the 555th RED HORSE Squadron, an Air Force Reserve tenant unit, partners with its Regular Air Force sister squadron, the 820th RHS, to accomplish building infrastructure here and
  • ARPC gains new commander

    Col. Ellen M. Moore took command of the Air Reserve Personnel Center here May 26, 2016.Moore became the 35th commander when she assumed command in a ceremony officiated by Lt. Gen. James F. Jackson, chief of the Air Force Reserve and commander of the Air Force Reserve Command.Before conducting the assumption, Jackson addressed those in attendance,
  • Team Dover provides subsistence, hope to Honduras

    Joint Task Force-Bravo personnel are ambassadors in the Central American region working to improve the cooperation between the U.S. and the people here in the area. To gain the trust and respect of a nation, it is important to have a working relationship with its government and the people who live there -- making relationship building a key
  • 'Apples to oranges'

    Team awarded for modeling tool that compares Reserve and active-duty manpower costs
  • One foot in front of the other

    Being one of the Air Force’s new cadre of F-35 Instructor Pilots and pulling multiple G-forces daily puts a toll on one’s body, however, that’s nothing compared to running a 100-mile race through rugged terrain. Major Peter Cossette, a F-35 Instructor Pilot with the 944th Fighter Wing, ran the Zion 100 Mile Ultra Marathon along the outskirts of
  • Humanitarian mission has unique family connection

    Capt. Ed Sutton, a C-17 pilot with the 701st Airlift Squadron at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, helped deliver more than 170,000 total pounds of humanitarian aid to Haiti April 21.Like other pilots who fly the Air Force Reserve mission, Ed draws a certain sense of satisfaction delivering humanitarian goods when needed to places around the
  • Cyber warriors demonstrate capabilities to industry partners

    The 14th Test Squadron recently joined an assembly of commercial and government cyberspace professionals at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Cyberspace Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado.The squadron has attended the Rocky Mountain Chapter’s annual event for the past seven years, orienting fellow industry
  • Special honor for 908th Tech Sgt.

    Tech Sgt. Larry Livingston, 908th Maintenance Squadron, 908th Airlift Wing, meets Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. Mark A. Welsh, III, during the National Security Forum at Air University on Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.
  • ACC releases F-16 accident report

    One pilot’s landing, lack of comprehensive braking and flight path deconfliction, combined with a second pilot’s delayed transition to the correct side of the runway led to the collision of two F-16C aircraft on the Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, runway Aug. 15, 2015, according to an Accident Investigation Board report released today.The mishap
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