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  • Honoring Our Nations Heroes

    Each day, the number of our living WWII, Korean and Vietnam War Veterans dwindles; many of whom may have never been able to make a trip to Washington, D.C. to see the memorials honoring their service within the United States military. That’s why it is the mission of the Space Coast Honor Flight to ensure our Nation’s veterans are given the opportunity to visit their war memorials in Washington, D.C., free of charge.
  • Make 2019 enrollment choices today: Open Season underway

    TRICARE Open Season and Federal Benefits Open Season are underway. You now have until Dec. 10, 2018 to enroll in a new plan or change your enrollment between plans. The choice you make will take effect Jan. 1, 2019 and will remain in effect through all of 2019.
  • Turkey fryer, Thanksgiving safety tips

    Each year during the holidays we look forward to that perfectly cooked turkey waiting on the dinner table like so many magazines and television commercials portray. Unfortunately, since most of us do not have the cooking talents of Martha Stewart or Emeril, that dream is not always a reality. That's why so many people are turning to deep frying
  • New Reserve Command Chief in Hawaii, Guam

    The Air Force Reserve’s 624th Regional Support Group welcomed their new command chief Nov. 3 during the unit training assembly at Hickam Field.
  • Air Force seeking top space awareness innovators with ‘VQ-Prize’ competition

    The U.S. Air Force and the Wright Brothers Institute are offering cash prizes for the creation of visualization tools, including Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality solutions, that will enhance DOD space operator understanding and awareness of satellites and other objects in Earth orbit in a competition that is set to run from October 29 through January 15, 2019.
  • Who’s up for a challenge? Hawaii ‘Port Dawgs’ are …

    Computer based training has its place, but how do we motivate Airmen to become the best at their craft? Stepping away from the office for hands-on training with their fellow “Port Dawg” tends to do the trick.
  • Air Force extends high year of tenure for E-4s through E-6s

    The Air Force is extending the high year of tenure for senior airmen through technical sergeants beginning Feb. 1, 2019. The memo, signed Oct. 18, 2018, extends the high year of tenure from eight to 10 years for senior airmen, from 15 to 20 years for staff sergeants and from 20 to 22 years for technical sergeants.
  • Guam ‘Port Dawgs’ refine combat skills

    JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii - Air Force Reserve air transportation specialists from the 44th Aerial Port Squadron in Guam participated in the Fieldcraft Hostile Course Sept. 17-28 at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.
  • Reserve Citizen Airmen encouraged to participate in Health Related Behaviors Survey

    The Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs today announced the 2018 Health Related Behaviors Survey (HRBS) will be launched by the RAND Corporation starting the week of Oct 22. DoD asked the independent, non-profit RAND Corporation to design, field, and analyze this confidential web-based survey. Westat will assist with data collection. Active Component, Reserve Component and National Guard, and Coast Guard members will be randomly selected to complete a confidential health survey via the Internet. The HRBS has been conducted approximately every 3 years since 1980 and is used to measure the health related behaviors and lifestyles of military personnel that have the potential to impact readiness.
  • A step-by-step on becoming an AFRC pilot

    Becoming a pilot in the Air Force Reserve can be a challenging yet rewarding career opportunity and it is available to more people than one might think. If someone has an interest in flying for the Air Force Reserve, there are more than 100 units out there looking for qualified, motivated individuals.  Current applicants include Air Force