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  • Inside the 908th: Fire Protection

    Being responsible for lives and mitigating tasks in a chaotic environment can put the average person in distress. However, the 908th Airlift Wing doesn't seek out average. If you possess a stellar attitude paired with a desire to serve and protect, then you should consider becoming a Fire

  • 908 AW Airman leads rescue

    Sometime after 2 p.m., while enjoying the ride into work, Johnson approached an intersection and noticed that the middle two lanes of traffic were not moving. He then maneuvered his motorcycle into the far-left lane and approached the traffic light when he observed two women standing behind a truck

  • Like father, like son

    While following in family members’ footsteps is a fairly common motivation for joining for many service members, it’s not as common to be able to serve at the same time, much less in the same unit.Nothing displays the flexibility of the Air Force Reserve more than the unique stories of its citizen

  • September 2022 in Review

    The 908th Airlift Wing closed out the fiscal year with a productive September 2022 at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.The month started strong as the wing had a Unit Effectiveness Inspection performed by the Air Force Reserve Command’s Headquarters Inspector General Inspection Team from Sept. 8,

  • Department of the Air Force recognizes Energy Action Month

    In recognition of Energy Action Month, the Department of the Air Force is showcasing energy’s essential role in assuring combat capability and readiness and the importance of developing energy solutions that bolster resilience in the face of climate change.

  • Hurricane Hunters fly last mission into Ian

    The Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunters are flying their last flight into Hurricane Ian today, their 14th mission into the storm since Sept. 21, collecting data to assist National Hurricane Center forecasters.Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida as a Category 4 storm Wednesday afternoon,