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  • SOLRS Airmen support the aerial delivery mission

    The 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron has a team of aerial transportation specialists who provide for the aerial delivery mission. They assist our aerial training missions, total force partners, and partner nations by packing, rigging, transporting, and collecting cargo for flights. In a deployed environment this would mean transporting goods to austere locations and over enemy territory.
  • Okie Airmen receive initial COVID-19 vaccine

    More than 250 Reservists and civilians in the 507th Air Refueling Wing, 513th Air Control Group and 10th Flight Test Squadron here voluntarily received the first of the two-part Moderna COVID-19 vaccine Feb. 7, 2021, during the February unit training assembly.
  • Business efforts strengthen airpower and relationships

    TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. – An aircrew from the 507th Air Refueling Wing here combined resources with the fellow reservists from 482nd Fighter Wing at Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida, to conduct a business effort refueling training mission within central Florida’s airspace Jan. 25-29.Business effort training missions ensure aircrew from
  • Duke Field breaks ground on aircraft simulator facility

    Members of Air Force Special Operations Command broke ground on a aircraft simulator facility at Duke Field, Florida, Nov. 9, 2020 during a joint ceremony hosted by the 492d and 919th Special Operations Wings.
  • Retired Reserve 'Awaiting Pay' Notification Letter Update

    Effective October 1, 2020, Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center reinitiated the process to notify service members assigned to the Air Force Retired Reserve’s ‘awaiting pay’ status on the processing procedures to draw retirement pay.
  • Reservist, civilian fire chief responds to COVID-19 crisis

    At the beginning of 2020, it was unclear how devastating the COVID-19 pandemic would become. During these uncertain times, first responders voluntarily work in harm's way in order to help others.
  • Forging Ahead in Cyberspace: Empowering Airmen in a Post-COVID 19 World

    Before the COVID-19 pandemic began infiltrating every aspect of American life, the 51st Network Operations Squadron was formulating a strategy designed to harness the innate talents of its Cyber Warriors and emerge from the crisis stronger, faster and more capable than ever. When social distancing guidelines were introduced to stop the spread of COVID-19, 51st NOS leadership quickly implemented contingency plans structured to acclimate their Airmen to a new cyber paradigm, resulting in the unit’s first virtual unit training assembly April 4-5.
  • First of 944th medics mobilized for COVID-19 response

    In response to short-notice mobilization orders, several members of the 944th Aeromedical Staging Squadron deployed today to aid in the COVID-19 response in New York City and surrounding states.This deployment is part of a larger mobilization package, activated by President Donald Trump, of more than 120 doctors, nurses, and respiratory technicians
  • Telework. How hard can it be?

    When I first heard we were going to telework, I thought “Great! How hard can it be?”When I Imagined myself teleworking from home as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, I was sitting in my cozy home-office, sipping my morning tea, more productive than ever because telework means without the normal daily office interruptions. Easy. I’ll take it!I
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