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  • Addressing the old note

    The 910th AW maintains the Department of Defense’s only large area, fixed-wing aerial spray capability to eliminate disease-carrying insects and pest insects. From May 28 – June 7, 2024, Reserve Citizen Airmen from Youngstown ARS and a 910th AW aerial spray modified C-130H Hercules aircraft equipped

  • Reservists Refueling over the High North for Nordic Response 24

    A Norwegian F-35 Lightning II, prepares to receive fuel from a 914th Air Refueling Wing KC-135 Stratotanker over the High North during Nordic Response 24, March 8, 2024. The 914th ARW will provide aerial refueling support to U.S., Ally, and partner nation aircraft participating in the

  • Maintainers foster "Warrior Ethos" by revisiting history

    In 2022, the chief of Air Force Reserve and commander of Air Force Reserve Command, Lt. Gen. John Healy released Task Order 2022, which prioritized readiness and transformation. He charged commanders to cultivate unit cohesiveness and a combat mentality and develop Airmen with a warrior ethos

  • Trash to Treasure: Reserve Citizen Airmen, rescue dog bring joy to community

    Maj. C.W. Lemoine, the 403rd Wing's new Inspector General of Complaints, and his rescue husky Luna have been spreading cheer to their community this holiday season. When the major isn’t investigating and resolving complaints for wing Airmen, he volunteers 40 to 50 hours a month, with his therapy

  • Trash to Treasure: Reserve Citizen Airmen, rescue dog bring joy to community

    Maj. C.W. Lemoine, the 403rd Wing's new Inspector General of Complaints, and his rescue husky Luna have been spreading cheer to their community this holiday season. When the major isn’t investigating and resolving complaints for wing Airmen, he volunteers 40 to 50 hours a month, with his therapy

  • Hurricane Hunters depart to fly Hilary reconnaissance

    The Air Force Reserve “Hurricane Hunters,” assigned to the 403rd Wing at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, departed today to fly weather reconnaissance missions into Hurricane Hilary to collect weather data that improves National Hurricane Center forecasts.

  • NATO reservist visits South Texas

    The 433rd Airlift Wing participated in a military exchange program and hosted a member from the Estonian Defense Force here, May 29- June 9.

  • The 512th Airlift Wing recognizes civilian employers

    The 512th Airlift Wing, working with the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, invited civilian employers to the June Unit Training Assembly at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, to get a glimpse of what reserve Citizen Airmen do in their military capacity.The day started with a welcome briefing