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  • Father Shares His Experience Using Paid Parental Leave

    A 477th Fighter Group civilian employees shares his experience using paid parental leave.
  • Meeting the Warthog family

    Honorary Commanders from the 944th FW learned about the Air Force’s only aircraft specifically designed for close air support to protect combat troops on the ground, the 924th Fighter Group’s A-10 Thunderbolt II at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.
  • Down to the wire

    Three maintainers from the 720th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron worked overnight to ensure an aircraft was ready to perform when an issue arose the day before a performance in the Hyundai Air and Sea Show over Memorial Day weekend.  The 39th and 301st Rescue Squadrons were scheduled to fly one HC-130J Combat King II and two HH-60 Pave Hawks and
  • Dedication to task

    In the minutes it takes the average adult to finish reading this story, 920th Maintenance Squadron deployed crew chiefs and maintainers often have as much time – or less – to prepare a 20,000-pound search and rescue aircraft weapon system for flight.Tech. Sgt. Jody Winnett has routinely tackled the charge to inspect, maintain, and overhaul his
  • Step by step

    A 920th Rescue Wing Airman recently accepted a Filipino Veterans of World War II Congressional Gold Medal in posthumous recognition of her late grandfather’s military service.Master Sgt. Janet Muñoz,  301st Squadron Medical Element non-commissioned officer in charge, received the award during a March 2021 live stream event in honor of Isabelo Leano
  • 307th Force Support Squadron takes on Silver Flag exercise

    Thirty days and 2,000 people. Those were the numbers hanging over the heads of the 307th Force Support Squadron services flight during a Silver Flag exercise at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia from May 7-14.
  • Giving back: 307th Civil Engineer Squadron furthers Camp Kamassa

    Reserve Citizen Airmen assigned to the 307th Civil Engineer Squadron gained essential hands-on experience and aided the local community here by helping to construct Camp Kamassa, a strategically designed, 326-acre camp for children and adults with special needs.
  • Making wing history

    The 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing’s 28th Intelligence Squadron based at Hurlburt Field, Florida, is making history for the wing as it is led entirely by women.
  • USAF Reserve space wing conducts extremism stand-down day

    The 310th Space Wing held multiple stand-down discussions addressing the issue of extremism during the Unit Training Assembly May 1-2. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin and a Department directed each military branch to conduct stand-down discussions addressing extremism with one-hundred percent of their personnel. The deadline to complete this is June 6 for the Air Force Reserve.
  • 10th Air Force holds annual commanders and command chiefs conference

    Senior leaders from around 10th Air Force converged on Fort Worth, Texas, to attend a conference specifically for commanders and command chiefs, April 20-23.
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