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  • United, yet Unique: Don’t judge a book by its cover

    Military service brings people from different backgrounds together unlike most other career paths can. Reserve Citizen Airmen are united in uniform and cause, but are often uniquely different out of uniform.One Reserve Citizen Airman with the 944th Fighter Wing maintains bombs while on duty,

  • Reserve Citizen Airman participates in “Angel de los Andes”

    A natural disaster can strike at any time, whether it’s a hurricane, wildfire, or earthquake. These occurrences can leave thousands of people in dire situations needing evacuation, medical care, food, and assistance rebuilding. Readiness exercises training for these situations is always at the

  • "Reset and Remind"

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 944th Civil Engineer Squadron take some time to hang out with their families as half of the squadron prepares to deploy downrange during the September unit training assembly.

  • Key Spouse Program provides critical support to families

    An elite team of volunteers serve as a communication link between the wing commander and Luke Air Force Base families. They are known as key spouses.“The Key Spouse Program is a peer-to-peer support program and a way for spouses to volunteer,” said Jessica Maldonado, 944th Fighter Wing Airman and

  • Seasons

    As Airmen, change is constant and often requires immediate transitions with limited flexibility. When thinking about change, understand that often times, doors close so others can open. This means that with the passing of a deployment, situation, relationship, opportunity, etc., new beginnings will