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  • Reserve Citizen Airmen participate in NATO Days air show

    Reserve Citizen Airmen with the 433rd Airlift Wing’s 68th Airlift Squadron, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, and the Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron – 773, Det. Alpha, Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, Louisiana, participated in the 22nd annual NATO Days and 13th Czech

  • Healy promotes readiness, transformation at AFA 2022

    The new chief of the Air Force Reserve and commander of Air Force Reserve Command highlighted his two strategic priorities – Ready Now and Transforming for the Future – during the fall 2022 Air Force Association National Convention here Sept. 19.Lt. Gen. John Healy joined Lt. Gen. Michael Loh,

  • AFRC hosts 26th annual International Air Reserve Symposium at HARB

    Air Force Reserve Command hosted the 26th annual International Air Reserve Symposium at Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida, September 13 to 16.The symposium gives Air Reserve senior military leaders the opportunity to discuss important topics and issues with their international counterparts.Col. S.

  • 301 FW hosts the 2022 Patriot Games

     The 301st Fighter Wing hosted the Patriot Games here Sept. 11. The event showcased resiliency, competition and gave Airmen the opportunity to connect.  

  • HARB Airmen save woman from fiery car crash

    In the dark hours before sunrise on Sept. 10, Tech. Sgt. Lionel Castellano, Public Affairs Specialist, was driving to the 482nd Fighter Wing’s unit training assembly at Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida, when the unexpected happened.“I was driving south on State Road 874 and a car accident

  • Hurlburt Wing takes ACE C2 to the next level for Lead Wings

    For almost a decade, U.S. defense officials have deemed the return of great-power competition to be the most significant challenge to U.S. national security. As a result, the Department of Defense's leadership is taking bigger and bolder steps to maintain the U.S. military and technological edge