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  • Reservist expedites upgrade training working alongside active duty

    A 512th Civil Engineer Squadron reservist is assisting his active-duty counterparts here and gaining some experience in the process.Airman 1st Class Prince Acquaye, a 512th CES water and fuels maintenance apprentice, is new to the Air Force Reserve and is working towards becoming a specialist in his

  • Healy Testifies Before Senate Defense subcommittee

    Senior leaders from the Reserve and Guard components of the U.S. Department of Defense testified before the Senate Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense about the fiscal 2025 budget request at the Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 18.

  • 79th ARS bids farewell to tail 00078

    Recently aircrew from the 349th Air Mobility Wing, 79th Air Refueling Squadron took a KC-10A Extender on its final flight where it will be decommissioned. The flight is part of the Air Force’s efforts to retire the KC-10A fleet.“Flying on the KC-10 aircraft for the last time is a little emotional

  • Team Barksdale highlights interoperability, ACE concept during exercise

    Airmen from the active-duty 2nd Bomb Wing and Air Force Reserve 307th Bomb Wing teamed up with Nebraska Air National Guardsmen and Army Reserve soldiers to practice remote refueling capabilities on a B-52 Stratofortress during the Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise (QLLEX) June 6, 2024, at

  • Department of the Air Force launches NIPRGPT

    As part of its ongoing modernization efforts, the Department of the Air Force chief information officer, in partnership with the Air Force Research Laboratory, is accelerating initiatives to provide Guardians, Airmen, civilian employees, and contractors the ability to responsibly experiment with

  • 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