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  • AFRC, 307th Bomb Wing strengthen ties in Europe

    Air Force Reserve Command leadership and members of the 307th Bomb Wing took part in NATO Days activities in the Czech Republic from Sept. 14-20.NATO Days, an annual airshow highlighting member states' military capabilities, draws patrons from around the globe.Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, AFRC commander, accepted the Czech and Slovak Transatlantic
  • Events at Ground Zero still motivate 307th Bomb Wing Chief

    Every month, Chief Master Sgt. Leonard Werner treks more than 1,300 miles from his home in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, to serve as the 307th Bomb Wing command chief here.With more than two decades of service in the Air Force Reserve, Werner could have retired long ago. But he continues to serve because of one day that's seared into his memory: Sept.
  • Commentary: Plans change

    I remember sitting through career days in school, taking aptitude tests that told me what I would be good at and enjoy. I aspired to be as educated and successful as my father.  By fifth grade, I figured it out. I was going to nursing school. I would work on my bachelor’s degree and then master’s degree. I’d have a successful healthcare career.I
  • 343rd Bomb Squadron participates in unique Red Flag exercise

    Members of the 343rd Bomb Squadron, an Air Force Reserve unit, integrated with the 20th Bomb Squadron, an active-duty unit, to participate in Red Flag 21-3 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, earlier this month.Red Flag exercises typically bring together several coalition forces and U.S. service branches. They train in a simulated combat environment
  • 307th Bomb Wing’s first full-time first sergeant prepared to go the extra mile

    A half-marathon is 13.1 miles. Those miles could cover steep inclines, long flats and even rolling hills. U.S. Air Force MSgt. Kaitlin Schaeffer has completed seven half-marathons covering over 91 miles.
  • Fueling Innovation: Barksdale Airmen seek Extended Reality Air Refueling Trainer.

    Two Barksdale Airmen held a webinar last month at STRIKEWERX in Bossier City, Louisiana to begin prototype development for a proposed B-52 Extended Reality Air Refueling Trainer.
  • Total Force Integration team overcomes obstacles to complete B-1 Lancer mission

    Maj. Charles Kilchrist knew there was no room for error. He and his weary 345th Bomb Squadron crew, along with two other B-1B Lancers from the 7th Bomb Wing, had been airborne for more than 30 hours, on a mission from Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota to the Pacific theater, conducting integration with the Japanese Air Self-Defense Force last
  • Seeing Double: Barksdale CP notches second big award

    The Barksdale Command Post leveraged the strength of its active-duty Airmen and Reserve Citizen Airmen to win its second Air Force-wide award in a row.
  • 489th Bomb Group takes first round of COVID-19 vaccine

    Reserve Citizen Airmen of the 489th Bomb Group, a geographically separated unit of the 307th Bomb Wing, took their first round of voluntary COVID-19 vaccinations here today.The vaccinations were the first to be made available to traditional Reservists of the 307th Bomb Wing, adding to the growing list of units already vaccinated in the Air Force
  • 307th Bomb Wing honors New York City deployers

    The 307th Medical Squadron awarded the Armed Forces Service Medal to nine of its Reserve Citizen Airmen during an award ceremony here Sunday to recognize their efforts during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.The Airmen deployed to the New York City area last year when the pandemic was at its worst there. Arriving only 72 hours after being
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