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  • A closer look at the 419th chaplain corps

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – For reservists within the 419th Fighter Wing, life can be hard to manage at times as they juggle a military career, family life, and civilian job. The wing’s chaplain corps say they’re here to help.The chaplain corps is the foundation for the wing’s spiritual health, and the help they offer Airmen and families is crucial
  • Utah reservist appointed circuit court judge in Wyoming

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – A Utah reservist in the 419th Fighter Wing recently landed his civilian “dream job” as a circuit court judge in Albany County, Wyoming.Maj. Robert Sanford, who serves part time here as the 419th Security Forces Squadron commander, said his new job is one of only 24 such positions in the state.“I’ve always had my eye on a
  • Commander discusses the new ‘ops normal’ at Air, Space and Cyberspace Conference

    During the panel, Scobee discussed how the Air Force Reserve has risen to meet the challenges of the current pandemic. He said that as the crisis began, he and Chief Master Sgt. Timothy White, AFRC’s command chief master sergeant, set out their top priorities, including:
  • Guardian Angels Rescue Lost Father, Daughter Near Mt. Hood

    On September 3, a 34-year-old male, his seven-year-old daughter, and their dog were rescued after being reported missing for two days in the Mt. Hood wilderness area.At the time of notification, the lost personnel were believed to be in a steep canyon. Clackamas County Sheriffs took the lead and requested assistance from the 304th Rescue Squadron,
  • In History: 419th becomes first Reserve unit to fly F-35A

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – In more recent history, this week marks five years since the Air Force ushered in a new era of combat air power, when Hill AFB received the first two operational F-35As on Sept. 2, 2015.Hill's active duty 388th Fighter Wing and Reserve 419th Fighter Wing were the first combat-coded units to fly and maintain the Air
  • Deployment in the Time of COVID

    It’s 2 a.m. on a hot and muggy morning. In an empty parking lot, minivans and SUV’s are gathering together. People of all ages are gathering around a sidewalk, holding signs with barely visible names. A 5-year-old girl sits on the curb, hands holding her face, waiting, waiting, waiting…At the beginning of 2020, the 304th Rescue Squadron, 305th
  • AFRC's chief diversity officer visits HQ ARPC, facilitates difficult discussions

    Officer, enlisted, and civilian leaders assigned to Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center, Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado, participated in Diversity & Inclusion Awareness training as well as guided discussions about race relations here July 28th.The Air Force Reserve Command’s Diversity and Inclusion officer, G. Lee Floyd, facilitated the
  • Air Force family supports wingman during recovery

    When someone is in crisis, many times families and friends are the ones that help them bounce back. For Lt. Col. Gregg Russell, an optometrist for the 919th Special Operations Medical Squadron, his Air Force family was part of that support system after he fell into a coma last year.
  • COVID Coach helps veterans, service members cope

    COVID Coach is a free, easy-to-use mobile application created for everyone, especially veterans and service members, to support self-care and overall mental health during the coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic.
  • 919th SOW Airman helps combat COVID-19

    The 919th Special Operations Wing is working to slow the spread of COVID-19 by increasing sanitation, implementing the use of face coverings, socially distancing when possible and bringing in some extra help to get the job done. One Airman taking on some extra work at the 919th Special Operations Medical Squadron is Tech. Sgt. Anthony Rios, a public health technician with the 919th SOMDS.
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