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  • Air Force Reserve takes center stage at AFA conference

    AFRC leaders played a prominent role during the conference as Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, chief of the Air Force Reserve and AFRC commander, led discussions on “Using the Competitive Edge to Train How We Fight,” and Chief Master Sgt. Timothy White Jr., AFRC command chief master sergeant, joined a panel on “Building Enlisted Leaders.”
  • Reserve readiness for today and the future

    The reemergence of long-term strategic and great-power competition necessitates that the Air Force Reserve grow its capabilities to meet the demands of the future operating environment while integrating with AETC and the Air National Guard.
  • CMSAF discusses leading with purpose

    Wright represents the highest enlisted level of leadership and provides direction for the enlisted force, representing their interests, as appropriate, to the American public and to those in all levels of government. Wright’s speech focused on taking care of Airmen and continuing to develop a combative edge for future efforts.
  • AFA honors Reserve Citizen Airmen

    The Air Force Association honored several Air Force Reserve units, Reserve Citizen Airmen and their employers for outstanding achievements during the 2019 AFA Air, Space and Cyber Conference here Sept. 16.
  • Team Andersen remembers 9/11

    Members of Team Andersen attend a September 11 memorial ceremony on Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Sept. 11, 2019. Today marks the 18th anniversary of the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil. The 36th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department hosted a memorial ceremony followed by a memorial stair climb event to honor all the fallen first responders who paid the ultimate sacrifice. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Divine Cox)
  • Col. Boehle talks resiliency

    Air Force Individual Reservists are the absolute best our nation has to offer.  They have unlimited opportunities to serve in an extremely flexible status that provides valuable skills to their organization while building and sustaining their warfighting skills. An individual reservist’s unit has operational control for their members and is the
  • Andersen’s Defenses Keeping with the Times

    In an effort to increase the lethality of the warfighter, the Air Force announced earlier this year that the 30-year-old M9 pistol would be put to rest and that the new workhorse, the Sig Sauer M18 pistol, would be taking its place.The 36th Security Forces Squadron recently received the M18 and have been meticulously inspecting the weapon system,
  • Suicide prevention is the responsibility of everyone

    JOINT-BASE SAN ANTONIO-Randolph, Texas – The Air Force is committed to the ultimate goal of never losing another Airman to suicide. Suicide is about more than numbers; it’s about the individuals and those who love and care for them. Every suicide attempt and death affects countless others who are impacted by the long-lasting consequences of
  • Total Force teamwork in passenger service

    Air Force Reservists with the 48th Aerial Port Squadron train and work alongside 735th Air Mobility Squadron active-duty Airmen to accomplish air transportation mission at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
  • Air Force advances innovation at “Spark Collider”

    In Air Force-speak, the Spark Collider “will accelerate the matching of Air Force problems with viable solutions” by being equal parts speed dating, tech showcase and pitch sessions. The Air Force’s effort to innovate is part of a central tenet for defending the United States as outlined in the National Defense Strategy.
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