• 2018: AFCYBER in review

    2018 was an exciting year for Air Forces Cyber! From surprise commissions, ribbon cuttings, dedication ceremonies, distinguished visitors, training opportunities, retirements, command and commander changes, and everything in between; AFCYBER hasn't missed a beat in its delivery of full-spectrum cyberspace capabilities and outcomes to the Air Force,
  • Family Tradition

    Albert Gill was only three days past his ninth birthday when he got the dreaded news. His father had passed away. Suddenly, he and his mother found themselves alone and facing the beginning of the Great Depression.  The events forced them to move hours from his childhood home in Charleston, S.C. to live with his grandmother in Columbia.  But the
  • Tenth Air Force Says "Good Bye" to a Cyberspace Pioneer

    Commander, Air Force Reserve Command, Lt. Gen. Richard W. Scobee, presided over the retirement ceremony of Colonel Lloyd “Ricky Bobby” Terry, Friday, December 14 at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas.
  • AFRC Yellow Ribbon program celebrates 10th anniversary

    Organizers with the Air Force Reserve Command’s flagship deployer support program celebrated its 10th anniversary training event here over the weekend.
  • AF Reserve updates Pentagon Profiles in Leadership display

    The fourth edition of the Air Force Reserve Profiles in Leadership featuring 16 Reserve Citizen Airmen, including four from 10th Air Force, went on display in the Pentagon Dec. 14.
  • Air Force Space Command increasing combat readiness as enlisted space operators head to advanced instructor course

    Two dynamic units, each with a legacy of advancement, recently came together to make space and education history. Air Force Space Command and the Air Force Weapons School joined forces to make history by holding the first-ever selection board for the emerging 1C6 Space Warfighter Advanced Instructor Course (AIC) on Nov. 29, 2018 at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
  • Airmen bring early Christmas to kids with special needs

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – Santa got a heap of help from the 67th Aerial Port Squadron Dec. 18 as Airmen delivered Christmas gifts to students with special needs at Mound Fort Junior High in Ogden.   A tradition since 1990, reservists in the 67th APS delivered boxes of toys, clothes, and school supplies using funds the squadron collected
  • Reserve spouse to memorialize fallen EOD Airman

    Bronze statues can be seen almost anywhere but one rarely hears the amazing stories behind their creation. The spouse of a Reserve Airman here at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, recently sculpted a bust of Senior Airman Daniel Johnson, 30th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. Johnson was killed in action Oct. 5, 2010, while serving during Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • 433rd TRS graduates four Reserve MTI-led flights, honors exceptional Citizen Airmen

    Ten Air Force Reserve 433rd Training Squadron military training instructors guided four total force basic military training flights through eight and a half weeks of training and education in preparation for their Dec. 14 BMT graduation at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. It was the first time in the squadron’s 35-year history that it assumed full responsibility for BMT flights