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  • 301 FW members accelerate innovation, change in customer service

    In an effort to support Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr. 's “Accelerate Change or Lose” strategic approach and accompanying Action Orders to find innovative ways to implement new programs and processes to accelerate change, the 301st Fighter Wing is using awarded Squadron Innovation Funds to increase Airmen readiness by efficiently returning time back to its warriors through a new virtual kiosk/QR code customer service system.
  • 920th FSS enhances wing’s mission readiness

    The 920th Force Support Squadron’s programs, ranging from professional and educational training to member and family health and preparedness, support overall mission readiness and enhance the quality of life for Air Force members and families.“People don't realize how diverse we are in the squadron,” said the 920th FSS commander. “From the minute
  • Wing Exercise bolsters readiness, highlights importance of partnership

    The 920th's Operations Group, Maintenance Group and Aeromedical Staging Squadron Critical Care Air Transport team participated in a quarterly training exercise Oct. 29 that focused on the full combat capability the team brings to the fight by integrating world-class professionals to conduct rescue operations.“Planning and executing exercises like
  • People, Policy, Performance Readiness Mean U.S. Prepared to Fight

    With the number of non-deployable service members below the goal of 5% and an increase in mission-capable equipment, the Defense Secretary says the military is ready to fight tonight if need be.
  • Dress & Appearance Changes for Air and Space Force members

    As part of the ongoing effort to build a more inclusive Air and Space Force, additional revisions were approved September 15 to Air Force Instruction 36-2903, “Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel,” which are effective immediately.
  • Accelerate Change

    How would you conduct your mission if you were in an austere and possibly hostile environment? This is the question the 920th Force Support Squadron’s (FSS) Services Flight continuously strives to answer.They’ve found that by conducting hands-on research testing potential equipment, they not only maximize their functionality but also their enduring
  • Heavy Hitting

    The 39th Rescue Squadron etched out a small but heavy piece of history on Sept. 17 with their first-ever heavy equipment airdrop.“Thanks to improved HC-130J capabilities, the 39th has added a new mission set of heavy equipment airdrops to our list of proficiencies,” said Capt. Michael, 39th RQS pilot. “Going from the legacy to the J model is like
  • Rescue Airmen Enhance Lethality, Readiness of Wing

    Maj. Gen. Brian K. Borgen, Tenth Air Force Commander, Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas, visited 920th Rescue Wing Airmen at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., Sept. 12.Borgen spent the weekend visiting Airmen within nearly every single squadron attached to the 920th RQW.“Our Reservists are in a unique position to combine their
  • Virtual Aim High Flight Academy targets diversity, inclusion improvement

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – While the COVID-19 pandemic has limited some in-person efforts for Air Force Recruiting Service, technology – like video teleconferencing – has helped bridge the gap and allowed the service to keep performing its mission.For AFRS’s Detachment 1, VTC has allowed young people from around the country to
  • MacDill supports joint force exercise

    For around a week, the skies over MacDill Air Force Base, Florida buzzed with the sounds of HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopters, as the base hosted a Joint Force deployment readiness exercise.
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