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  • Reservists build, operate base for four-day mock deployment

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – About 150 reservists from the 419th Civil Engineer Squadron and 419th Force Support Squadron are building a base from the ground up and surviving in rugged terrain to test their wartime readiness.The bare base bed-down exercise runs April 4-7 at the Base Operations and Readiness Training Area, which simulates life in a
  • Reserve and defense leaders testify on duty status reform

    Reserve component and defense leaders discussed the Department of Defense’s Duty Status Reform proposal with lawmakers March 27 at a hearing in front of the House Armed Services Committee’s military personnel subcommittee.
  • Scobee highlights Air Force Reserve success on Capitol Hill

    Lt. Gen. Richard W. Scobee, chief of Air Force Reserve and Air Force Reserve Command commander, testified on the status of the Reserve and the fiscal year 2020 budget request before the U.S. House Appropriations Committee’s defense subcommittee, March 26, on Capitol Hill.  Counterparts from the Army, Navy, and Marines joined Scobee. The hearing
  • AF Reserve names its "best of best"

    AFRC presents its annual award winners.
  • Recruiting makes March Madness media blitz

    Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service made a giant marketing splash leading up to one of the biggest and most watched sporting events in the country. AFRC Recruiting Service took advantage of March Madness’s popularity by being the title sponsor for three different conference basketball tournaments that led up to selection Sunday.For anyone
  • Researching the dangers of vaping

    A Reserve Citizen Airman with the 944th Operations Group is helping her students fight a war against an enemy preying on children: vaping.
  • Hill reservist receives Distinguished Flying Cross

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – Lt. Col. Timothy “TJ” Eaton, a reservist in the 419th Inspector General office, received the Distinguished Flying Cross during a small ceremony here March 21, 2019.Serving as a B-1 pilot in the 37th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron in 2008, Eaton is credited with saving 62 lives while providing critical close air support to
  • Red Tails Honor The Legacy Of Fallen Tuskegee Airman

    Dannelly Field’s 100th Fighter Squadron carries more than the name “Red Tails”, it carries the history and legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen who faced challenges and valiantly served not only on the battle field, but on the home front. Today, the Red Tails continue to honor those men for the sacrifices they made in service to our country.
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