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America’s Reserve Citizen Airmen are men and women who live and work locally, yet serve globally, providing operational capability and surge capacity ensuring unrivaled air, space, and cyber dominance. This Air Force Reserve Command mission video highlights Reserve personnel from critically-manned areas, including pilots, maintainers, space, cyberspace, and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) professionals.
Significant in the past, critical to the future. Produced and Directed by Maj Patrick Simmons; Director of Photography: Master Sgt. Sam Ameen. Edited by Tech. Sgt. Chris Hibben.
Winning Your Wings II - Air Force Reserve History. Produced by Maj. Patrick Simmons. Directed by Master Sgt. Sam Ameen. Edited by Tech. Sgt. Chris Hibben.

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Congratulations to the 919th Special Operations Wing's Tech. Sgt. Mallory Rushing for winning the 2019 General John P. Jumper Outstanding Remotely Piloted Aircraft Aircrew Award for her outstanding contribution and leadership to RPA aviation!
We don't develop courage by being happy every day we develop it by surviving difficult times and challenging adversity. - Barbara De Angelis #HumpdayMotivation | #WednesdayWisdom | #PowerAndVigilance | #Carnivores | #ServantLeadership | #NeverGiveUp | #ReserveResilient
The 304th Rescue Squadron successfully a 16 year-old male who was missing for more than 30 hours near My. St. Helen's.
When a team outgrows individual performance and learns team confidence, excellence becomes a reality. - Joe Paterno #HumpdayMotivation | #WednesdayWisdom | #PowerAndVigilance | #Carnivores | #ServantLeadership | #ExcellenceInAllWeDo
With unmatched persistence and expertise across every domain, Reserve Citizen Airmen contribute to the leading edge in Air, Space, Cyber and the Joint All Domain Command and Control structure. Then, now, and in the future, Reserve Citizen Airmen maintain America's "High Ground". Reserve Citizen Airmen will always be ready for what's next! (U.S. Air Force video by Maj. Christopher Vasquez) #ReserveReady | #ReserveResilient | #ReserveReform | #PowerAndVigilance | #10AF | #AirSpaceCyberspace |
A birthday message from our senior leaders.
In case you missed it (#ICYMI) Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, Chief, Air Force Reserve and Commander, Air Force Reserve Command, spoke about, "The New Ops Normal" at the Air, Space and Cyberspace Conference earlier this week. Link to article in comments. #ReserveReady | #ReserveReform | #ReserveCitizenAirmen | #ReserveResilient | #PowerAndVigilance | #10AF
Today, we celebrate our Air Force's 73rd Birthday! Thank you to all of the Airmen, past and present who served and continue to serve our nation. #HappyBirthdayAF
President Donald J. Trump signed an executive order on August 8 that allows employers to defer withholding Social Security taxes. However, it's a payroll "deferral," not payroll "forgiveness" — meaning it's a temporary change, and service members and Defense Department civilians have to pay that money in 2021. Internal Revenue Service officials said the Presidential Memorandum defers the employee portion of Social Security taxes. The Social Security tax is set for employees by law at 6.2 percent. For service members, that would be 6.2 percent of basic pay. An E-5 with eight years of service has a monthly basic pay rate of $3,306.30. The monthly Social Security tax equals $204.99. Through the end of the year, this adds up to $819.96. Beginning Jan. 1, 2021, the deferred Social Security taxes will be collected through April 30, 2021. So, that E-5 with eight years of service who received a total of $819.96 from the tax deferral now has to pay it back early in 2021.
The latest "Around the Air Force" video focuses on the new Air Force Chief of Staff's latest guidance.
In order to provide relief during the COVID-19 pandemic, a Presidential Memorandum was issued on August 8, 2020 and guidance followed by Internal Revenue Service on August 28, 2020, to temporarily defer Social Security (Old Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) tax withholdings. This change is effective through the end of the 2020 calendar year. Military Members - Effective for the September mid-month pay, DFAS will temporarily defer the withholding of your 6.2% Social Security tax if your monthly rate of basic pay is less than $8,666.66. If your monthly rate of basic pay is at or above this threshold, your social security tax withholding will not be affected by the temporary deferral. Military members can use their August or prior LES as a good reference for their typical Social Security tax amount. The Social Security tax is labeled as “FICA-SOC SECURITY” on the LES and is calculated as 6.2% of basic pay. Civilian Employees - Effective pay period ending September 12, 2020, DFAS will temporarily defer your 6.2% OASDI tax withholding if your wages, subject to OASDI are $4,000 or less in any given pay period. Employees can use the “Taxable Wages” on the LES as a good reference for whether they will have OASDI tax deferred. The OASDI deduction is found on your LES under the deductions tab/section.
We are proud of what our #Rescue #ReserveCitizenAirmen do, here is another example of how they help at home. Great job 304th Rescue Squadron!
In September we recognize Suicide Prevention Month, Labor Day (Sep 7), Patriot Day (September 11th Remembrance), Hispanic Heritage Month (Sep 15-Oct 25), The Air Force's 73rd Birthday (Sep 18), POW/MIA Recognition Day (Sep 21), Gold Star Mother's Day and Gold Star Family's Day (Sep 30).
"If we can't acknowledge our biases, or worse yet, if we don't try to, we are inviting them to divide us. Let's take a pause. Let's listen. Let's talk. Let's change for the better. Aim High Airman."
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The air Force Fitness Assessment will resume July 1, check out the article for the new standards, broken down in 5-… https://t.co/tkb5u5e65o
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