• Shreveport Bossier MAC celebrates scholarship winners

          Representatives from the Shreveport Bossier Military Affairs Council were on hand here May 10 to present 20 Barksdale Airmen with educational scholarships of $1000 each.       In a letter announcing the recipients, Kathi Smith, Shreveport Bossier MAC executive director, referred to the quality and depth of the applicant pool.      “As in
  • Load 'em up: F-35A from A to B? Ask Fanter

    AVIANO AIR BASE, Italy -- How do you pack an F-35A into a C-17? Or move nearly 300 Airmen, and all the equipment, to support 12 aircraft around Europe for two months? Or make sure you have enough of everything that you’ll need, and almost nothing that you don’t?For nearly 5 years at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, the answer has been, “Ask Fanter.”Tech.
  • 307th Maintainers help test squadron demonstrate new naval mine technology

    Reserve Citizen Airmen assigned to the 307th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here assisted the 49th Test and Evaluation Squadron in using a B-52 Stratofortress to demonstrate the Quickstrike 64-Extended Range (QS-ER) naval mine project out of Joint Base Pearl Harbor- Hickam, Hawaii during the week of May 22-31. According to U.S. Indo-Pacific Command,
  • 10th Air Force hosts annual Combat Planning Council

    The 10th Air Force hosted its annual Combat Planning Council at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas, May 7-9, bringing together all 17 Air Force Reserve units within the 10th Air Force for several days, allowing them to align efforts, goals and strategic plans face-to-face. The conference-style event featured a wide variety of topics including equipment, manning and training. Leaders from each unit reported to working groups according to their specialties and mission sets.
  • Hill Airmen deploy F-35 to Europe as part of Theater Security Package

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- The U.S. Air Force has deployed one squadron of F-35A Lightning II fighter jets, Airmen, and associated equipment to Aviano Air Base, Italy, from the 388th and 419th Fighter Wings, at Hill AFB, Utah, to participate in exercises and conduct training with other Europe-based aircraft as part of a Theater Security
  • Life-saving Air Force Reserve Wing enjoys Family Day

    Reserve Citizen Airmen who are part of the world's premiere Rescue Wing responsible for saving lives during combat operations and in peacetime, and their families, gathered at Patrick Air Force Base for the 920th Rescue Wing’s biannual Family Day, May 4, 2019.This year’s event included bounce houses, face painting and games. Families indulged in
  • Wise Guy back in the sky

    A team of Reserve Citizen Airmen and active duty maintainers spent four months prepping Wise Guy, a B-52 Stratofortress for flight. The bomber had been at the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group since 2008.
  • Tenth Air Force Welcomes New Commander

    In a ceremony officiated by Lt. Gen. Richard W. Scobee, Commander, Air Force Reserve Command and Chief, Air Force Reserve, Maj. Gen. Brian K. Borgen accepted command of Tenth Air Force.
  • Two-star general, 15 Texans experience Air Force Reserve missions through eyes of Airmen

    Two-star general, 15 Texans experience Air Force Reserve missions through eyes of Airmen
  • 926th Wing Takes Home Power and Vigilance Award

    926th Wing leadership celebrate alongside Tenth Air Force senior leaders and representatives from the Air Power Council as they receive the Power and Vigilance Award on May 7, 2019, at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. The award is presented to the 10 AF unit that best exhibits the Numbered Air Force's vision, which is to be the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible and mission-ready Reserve Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance in support of U.S. National Security. (U.S. Air Force photo by Ms. Melissa Harvey)