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  • Team Barksdale Tribute

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 307th Bomb Wing and their active duty counterparts assigned to the 2nd BW performed flyovers in Baton Rouge and New Orleans May 1 to honor the efforts of medical and health care professionals, essential employees, and volunteers there combatting the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Mount Rainier Search-and-Rescue Training for Upcoming Hiking Season

    On April 22, 2020, the 304th Rescue Squadron performed mission essential training with the Army Reserve in support of search and rescue training for the upcoming climbing season at Mount Rainer National Park.In today’s climate of the COVID-19 pandemic, special measures were implemented to mitigate risk during this life-saving training. The Air
  • 960th CW hosts 2nd annual Leadership Summit

    The 960th Cyberspace Wing hosted its second annual Leadership Summit here April 13-15, overcoming social distancing initiatives put into place due to COVID-19.
  • Second wave of 944th FW medics deploy to aid in coronavirus response

    Over a dozen medical personnel from the 944th Medical and Aeromedical Staging Squadrons were mobilized this week in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.Nurses and medical technicians with highly sought after skills for COVID-19 response departed Luke Air Force Base, April 22 to join hundreds more Reservists already providing care to
  • Additional 920th Medical Airmen Headed for COVID-19 Response

    Additional medical Airmen from the 920th Rescue Wing’s Aeromedical Staging Squadron (ASTS) have been sent to the New York City area to assist with pandemic response.These Airmen flew to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey on Wednesday to join others from the wing who were mobilized in response to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, earlier
  • History in the making: Defeating COVID-19 with care

    On Aug. 1, 1948, the 301st Station Medical Group was activated at Smoky Hill Air Force Base, Kan., beginning a long history of Air Force service. The unit has been an important part of Air Force lineage in Texas since it was assigned to the 301st Tactical Fighter Wing on July 1, 1976 at what was then known as Carswell AFB. It would eventually be re-designated the 301st Medical Squadron on Oct. 17, 2008. Throughout the years the squadron has ensured members are ready to serve their country, no matter where or when. This includes a world-wide pandemic.
  • Barksdale Reserve Citizen Airmen double down on COVID-19 response

    A second wave of Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 307th Medical Squadron here mobilized April 21 to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. to help with the fight against COVID-19 in New York City. The group of nurses and medical technicians followed another deployment from the unit earlier this month.  That deployment was also to New York City, one
  • Military OneSource’s resources during COVID

    Military OneSource remains a wealth of information, resources, and support for military members and their families regardless of status. The services are provided at no cost and are designed to help servicemembers and their families remain mission ready.
  • Standing Strong: Robins celebrates military children’s resiliency

    April was designated as Month of the Military Child by former Secretary of Defense, Caspar Weinberger, in 1986, to honor military children for the sacrifices they make and the strength and resilience they display each and every day.
  • Forging Ahead in Cyberspace: Empowering Airmen in a Post-COVID 19 World

    Before the COVID-19 pandemic began infiltrating every aspect of American life, the 51st Network Operations Squadron was formulating a strategy designed to harness the innate talents of its Cyber Warriors and emerge from the crisis stronger, faster and more capable than ever. When social distancing guidelines were introduced to stop the spread of COVID-19, 51st NOS leadership quickly implemented contingency plans structured to acclimate their Airmen to a new cyber paradigm, resulting in the unit’s first virtual unit training assembly April 4-5.
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