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  • Full-time first sergeant role makes big impact on 307th Bomb Wing

    Master Sgt. Kaitlin Schaeffer has had positive impact on the 307th Bomb Wing since becoming the unit's first full-time first sergeant. The move to full-time first sergeants is an Air Force Reserve Command initiative designed to promote resiliency among it Reserve Citizen Airmen.

  • Maintenance squadron phase and letter checks keep aircraft mission ready

    The aircraft that carry out the 920th Rescue Wing’s mission of rescuing isolated personnel take on various levels of wear and tear and after hundreds of hours flying they require intensive maintenance known as letter checks, or phases, which the 920th Maintenance Squadron provides throughout the

  • Fusion cell shapes wing deliberate planning processes

    While most Air Force wings have a plans and program office for long-term planning the 920th Rescue Wing has enhanced its planning abilities by creating a fusion cell designed to implement exercises based on deliberate, joint planning that modernizes the wing’s agile combat readiness for missions

  • Q&A with the new 307th Bomb Wing commander

    When Col. David Anderson took command of the 307th Bomb Wing here May 14th, it marked the latest chapter in a career that started in 1992, turning wrenches on F-16 Fighting Falcons in the Colorado Air National Guard. Since then, he’s had stints on active duty and the Air Force Reserve, chalking up

  • Air Force Reserve Council gets to work at AFA symposium

    The Air Force Reserve Council hosted its first in-person meeting in two years during the Air Force Association Warfighting Symposium here March 2.The council, made up of Reserve Citizen Airmen representing all statuses and ranks, is charged with identifying quality-of-life issues that affect

  • You look like you belong in the Air Force

    *This is part of the Build Your Legacy feature series highlighting how new recruits were influenced to join the 307th Bomb Wing by veterans and current military members. Kalill Speight, a Shreveport native, spent high school focusing on academics and getting a sports scholarship for college. He had

  • Tenth Air Force commander visits 310th Space Wing

    Maj. Gen. Bryan Radliff, the 10th Air Force commander, speaks to an audience of 310th Space Wing Reserve Citizen Airmen at Schriever Space Force Base, Colorado, December 5, 2021. Radliff spent the day meeting and talking with Airmen in their workspaces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Frank