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  • Force structure changes affect 14 states

    The Air Force plans to retire 82 Air Force Reserve Command aircraft and make other changes in the command in the next few years, according to Pentagon officials Feb. 3. States impacted are Alabama, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
  • 10th Air Force lodging changes

    The 301st Fighter Wing will be taking over the Unit Training Assembly [UTA] lodging program effective April 1, 2012. Senior Master Sgt. Charles Speece, Jr., 610th Regional Support Group services superintendent, will become the 10th Air Force lodging monitor at that time. Tenth Air Force will continue to sign up for lodging as normal at our sign in
  • A call for Rescue in the Horn of Africa

    Famine, war and drought have forced 13.3 million people living in the Horn of Africa into one of the world's largest humanitarian crises over the past year-and-a-half. Along with the rainfall that has started to quench the parched earth there, Airmen from the 920th Rescue Wing here are on their way to the region as part of the Combined Joint Task
  • The dos and don'ts of the political season

    With the excitement of the presidential primaries lurking around the corner, there are a few things Airmen must remember during this upcoming political season.When you joined the military or became a federal employee, you did so with the knowledge that this decision came with some sacrifice.Everyone is encouraged to register to vote, research
  • Drive thru the extra calories

    The Air Force may routinely judge a reservist's fitness with physical training tests, but it's not as easy to judge nutrition, body fat percentages, blood pressure and cholesterol - without a nutritionist.That's one problem the 442nd Fighter Wing won't have any more.In October 2011, Maj. Brianne Newman, 442nd Medical Squadron nutritionist, began
  • 10th Air Force Commander encourages rescue group deployers and experiences CSAR mission

    The newest commander of 10th Air Force experienced firsthand the skills and dedication required for combat-search-and-rescue Airmen during his first-ever visit as the numbered Air Force commander to the 943rd Rescue Group, Jan. 25, 2012. During his visit here, Brig. Gen. William Binger, 10th Air Force Commander, was also able to speak to and visit
  • 10th Air Force commander speaks with local Air Power Foundation

    Brig. Gen. William B. Binger, 10th Air Force commander, spoke to members of the Fort Worth Airpower Foundation at the Colonial Country Club Jan. 10.This was the foundation's opportunity to meet the new commander and hear about the future of the 10th AF mission, along with the upcoming Numbered Air Force (NAF) restructuring, instituted by Air Force
  • Tenth Air Force command changes in a blaze of glory

    Making his move to Texas in a blaze of glory, Brig. Gen. William "Blaze" Binger is now the Air Force Reserve Command's Tenth Air Force commander. Located at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas, Binger assumed command from Maj. Gen. Frank J. Padilla after two and a half years at 10th AF on Nov. 5. This is the most diverse
  • Air Force sets new standard against illicit drug use

    The Air Force is cracking down on Airmen who are using illicit drugs, specifically Spice, in order to maintain the highest level of mission readiness and promote the health and safety of Airmen. Spice refers to a group of herbal incense products made from a variety of plants that are intentionally adulterated with synthetic cannabinoids. These
  • A Texas-size welcome to the AFRC commander

    The commander of Air Force Reserve Command received a Texas-size welcome when he visited Citizen Airmen assigned to 10th Air Force and 301st Fighter Wing here April 21.Lt. Gen. Charles E. Stenner, Jr., used this time to hold a town hall meeting to address Air Force reservists and civilians about the current state of the Air Force Reserve, along
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