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  • Is the vaccine right for you? Leadership encourages Airmen to get vaccinated

    The Air Force Reserve’s number one priority for COVID-19 is to take care of Americans, Airmen and their families. One of the best ways the AFRC can do that is by making sure vaccines are available for Airmen who want them.
  • 720th Security Forces defender instructs new Integrated Defense Leadership Course

    720th Security Forces Squad Leader Technical Sgt. John Colby was selected to be part of Air Force Reserve Command’s new Integrated Defense Leadership Course. The concept is to teach critical Security Forces training and the new mindset of future battles under an Agile Combat Environment.After successfully graduating the initial beta class, Tech.
  • Space Force’s operational commander describes history of space as a contested domain

    Space Force’s operational command is nearing its “fighting weight,” concentrating more on space warfighting operations as other Space Force field commands stand up. Lt. Gen. Stephen Whiting, Space Operations Command Commander, outlined SpOC's role as the USSF warfighting field command in a speech to the Satellite Industry Breakfast at the 36th Annual Space Symposium’s here Aug. 25.
  • SecDef mandates FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine

    Since the Food and Drug Administration granted full approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, the Secretary of Defense has issued a memorandum mandating the vaccine for service members.Note:  Specific implementation (how, when) for Tenth Air Force units is still forthcoming."Mandatory vaccinations are familiar to all of our service members,
  • DOD intends to mandate Pfizer vaccine, Pentagon official says

    Since the Food and Drug Administration granted full approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, it's very likely the vaccine will soon become mandatory for Defense Department personnel, the Pentagon press secretary said.
  • Space Force activates Space Training and Readiness Command

    The Department of the Air Force activated the third and final field command of the U.S. Space Force, Space Training and Readiness Command, in a ceremony here Aug. 23.
  • 307th MSG mentorship program ready to take Airmen’s potential to new heights

    In January 2021, two Airmen from the 307th Mission Support Group introduced a new program to help Airmen reach their full potential, both in and outside of the Air Force.Chief Master Sgt. Frank Kuba, 307th MSG superintendent, along with Col. Barry Crane, 307th MSG commander, started planting these seeds in August of 2020, when they first presented
  • New memorial highlights Duke Field’s storied past

    As the 919th Special Operations Wing celebrates its 50th Anniversary, it will soon have a place of honor highlighting the sacrifice of Airmen spanning generations of service. The wing built a new memorial in dedication to the history of the 919th SOW and the 3205th DG.
  • 343rd Bomb Squadron participates in unique Red Flag exercise

    Members of the 343rd Bomb Squadron, an Air Force Reserve unit, integrated with the 20th Bomb Squadron, an active-duty unit, to participate in Red Flag 21-3 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, earlier this month.Red Flag exercises typically bring together several coalition forces and U.S. service branches. They train in a simulated combat environment
  • Video: LRS reservist talks path to becoming American Airman

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- Senior Airman Anita Chigala Oluwanifemi Wilson, materiel management specialist in the 419th Logistics Readiness Squadron, talks about the odds she defied on the path to becoming an American Airman, and how she found a second family within the military.Watch the video on the 419th Fighter Wing's DVIDS page or YouTube
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