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  • SERE specialist teaches future reservists how to find their way

    Surrounded by trees and mountains, 29 trainees stared at their maps, compasses and each other trying figure out where they were and where to go next.
  • Joined for the car, stayed for the people

    After emancipating herself at 16 years old, Kim built a reputation for herself as a troublemaker with a long list of misdemeanors -- mostly driving violations. Those charges eventually caught up to her and when faced with spending time at a juvenile detention facility or an enlistment into the armed services the choice was easy -- the detention
  • Walking for sexual assault awareness

    April is recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month across the U.S. by both military and civilian communities.
  • April enlisted promotions

    The names of enlisted 302nd Airlift Wing, Air Force reservists who earned a promotion in rank during the month of April can now be seen on the wing's website promotions page. Click here to see who was promoted this month.
  • Scobee highlights Air Force Reserve success on Capitol Hill

    Lt. Gen. Richard W. Scobee, chief of Air Force Reserve and Air Force Reserve Command commander, testified on the status of the Reserve and the fiscal year 2020 budget request before the U.S. House Appropriations Committee’s defense subcommittee, March 26, on Capitol Hill.  Counterparts from the Army, Navy, and Marines joined Scobee. The hearing
  • Shoot House relocation effort

    The shoot house is a 21st Security Forces Squadron training center for Peterson Air Force Base law enforcement personnel. This facility is used by 21st SFS Airmen and civilian law enforcement personnel to train and hone their skills as law enforcement professionals.
  • Air Force’s fiscal 2020 budget focuses on modernization, readiness, confronting global threats

    The Air Force’s budget would rise to $165 billion in fiscal year 2020 under the White House spending plan unveiled March 12, a $10 billion increase that allows the service to grow, modernize and effectively adapt to an array of changing global threats.
  • Wilson’s glide path for a more lethal, ready Air Force of the future

    Emphasizing priorities that will largely define the year ahead, Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson stressed the need to modernize and grow the force. She also highlighted how streamlining acquisitions will inject innovative ideas and tools faster and more reliably into every corner of the organization.
  • When the fire alarm sounds - Get Out!

    Here we go again. That annoying sound.While at work, we have all heard fire alarms sound during fire safety drills, annual system tests, or maybe even from an actual emergency. The sound is unmistakable, loud, and dare I say annoying. It certainly gets your attention and hopefully gets your adrenaline flowing because you need to act fast when you