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  • A Trophy Team: 307th Bomb Wing Maintainers take home AFRC Honors

    Senior Master Sgt. Jonathan Rider always seems to be smiling.Maybe it’s because he gets to supervise the 707th Maintenance Squadron’s Load Crew #1 here. The group, consisting of Master Sgt. Ruey Cooper, II, Tech. Sgt. Jerome Gooden, Tech. Sgt. Uriel Vargas and Staff Sgt. Erin Williamson recently

  • 307th Defenders hone skills across training platforms

    The 307th Security Forces Squadron Reserve Citizen Airmen joined instructors assigned to the 482nd Security Forces Squadron for annual training in combat skills, tactical care and small firearms here April 4-6.The 307th SFS members took part in the routine, annual training after conducting security

  • Packing the Perfect Parachute: 307th Bomb Wing Airman earns AFRC honor

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Carter Harris, assigned to the 307th Operations Support Squadron, earned Air Force Reserve Command honors as the Aircrew Flight Equipment Noncommissioned Officer of the Year for 2022.Harris oversees the parachute section’s activities and trains Airmen to meet the highly-set

  • Spotlight on Air Force reservist, community leader

    He walked away from his Grammy award-winning career as a guitarist to create the only nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching autistic people a trade when his son was diagnosed with autism – then decided to join the Air Force Reserve at 39 years old because he wanted to be a good role model.

  • 39th Rescue Squadron loadmasters train for uncommon rescue requirements

    In an effort to broaden their skills to load uncommon equipment in rescue situations, 39th Rescue Squadron loadmasters completed specialized cargo-loading training at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, in September. This intense training, led by the 34th Combat Training Squadron, challenged the

  • Total Force Protection

    At Prince Sultan Air Base one uniform dawns all that stand sentry at the U.S. gates. Where American Airmen and Soldiers defend side by side united under one flag and distinguished only by their emblems and some thread. Watching the air from windowless towers and patrolling the land in steel packs.