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  • Maintenance super exudes ‘spirit’ of MAFFS

    He's been around nearly as long as the Air Force. He has served his country almost as long as the Air Force's aerial firefighting mission has served. It's only fitting he end his career with this tribute. Chief Master Sgt. Ron Bebow, 302nd Maintenance Squadron maintenance superintendent, was greeted with a standing ovation during annual Modular
  • MPF issuing ID, CAC cards by appointment

    The 302nd Military Personnel Flight Customer Service section is now providing identification and common access cards by appointment during unit training assemblies. The change was made to decrease customer waiting times and increase the time available to accomplish the mission. You can sign-up for appointments as early as the afternoon before. Show
  • 302nd reservists to honor employers

    Reservists will have an opportunity to honor their civilian employers during the 302nd Airlift Wing Employer Appreciation Day June 2. "Since 9-11, our reservists have had to answer the call to duty more than once," said Col. James J. Muscatell Jr., 302nd AW commander. "Our efforts to fight terrorism would not have been possible without the support
  • Our commitment to patriotism

    Like all of you, I have been very interested in the war on terror and our possible involvement since Sept. 11, 2001. We all waited with great anticipation for the opportunity to do our part and take the fight to extremists. I have been so proud of our record of success over the last few years from the vehicle operators, to security forces, aerial
  • MSG welcomes new leader

    The 302nd Mission Support Group assumption of command reared in a new commander during the February unit training assembly. Lieutenant Col. Michael P. Burns took command of the 302nd MSG in an assumption-of-command ceremony officiated by Col. James J. Muscatell Jr., 302nd Airlift Wing commander. Colonel Burns comes from the 315th Mission Support
  • 310th SG adds counter-space mission

    SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. (AFRC) - The 310th Space Group continues to grow. The group has added another unit to its roster as it moves closer to becoming a fully operational space wing. Constituted by personnel from the 26th Space Aggressor Squadron and others selectively chosen due to their technical backgrounds, the 310th SG's newly
  • Services flight boasts AFRC's top Airman

    For the second year in row, the 302nd Services Flight can claim bragging rights to having the Air Force Reserve Command Services Airman of the Year. The award winner for fiscal year 2007 is Senior Airman Angelo Apodaca, 302nd SVF services technician, who volunteered for two deployments spanning more than 120-day increments during his first four
  • 302nd Airlift Wing to honor top Airmen

    The 302nd Airlift Wing will honor its outstanding Airmen for 2006 at an awards banquet Feb. 10. The wing's annual award winners are: Airman of the Year, Senior Airman Abdul-Ganeu Abdulai, 302nd Maintenance Squadron aerospace maintenance technician; Noncommissioned Officer of the Year, Master Sgt. Robert Bostick, 302nd Services Flight services
  • 302nd AW, 310th SG earn outstanding unit honors

    The 302nd Airlift Wing and 310th Space Group are beaming with pride. Both have received the 2006 Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. The 302nd is the only wing level unit in 22nd Air Force to receive the AFOUA. "I know how good we are, but it's nice to know that someone outside the wing recognizes our contributions to the Air Force mission," said
  • Wing to induct honorary commanders Dec. 2

    The 302nd Airlift Wing is making a historical step in its relationship with the Colorado Springs community. On Dec. 2, the wing will induct its first group of honorary commanders. The 302nd AW Honorary Commanders Program is being spearheaded by Col. James J. Muscatell Jr., 302nd AW commander. The colonel started a similar group while in charge of