Army soldiers line up to board a C-130 aircraft.

NEWS

  • 302nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron welcomes new commander

    Col. Christopher Zidek, 302nd Airlift Wing commander, presents the 302nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron guidon to Lt. Col. James Bershinsky, the new 302 ASTS commander, during an assumption of command ceremony, Oct. 17, 2021, at Peterson Space Force Base, Colorado. As the 302 ASTS commander,

  • Wing leadership visited with Aircrew Flight Equipment

    Col. Christopher Zidek, 302nd Airlift Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Kahn Scalise, 302 AW command chief, visit with 302nd Operations Support Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment reservists during the unit training assembly, Aug. 7, 2021, at Peterson Space Force Base, Colorado. Zidek and Scalise

  • 302nd Airlift Wing thanks Colorado healthcare workers with flyover

    Over the last several months, medical personnel, healthcare workers and essential personnel all over the world have been working against one common enemy; COVID-19. In Colorado, as of May 6 there have been 17,830 cases, 2,986 hospitalized and 921 deaths, according to the Colorado Department of

  • COVID-19: Important Information for Reserve Citizen Airmen

    In an effort to inform Reserve Citizen Airmen and their families with facts on COVID-19 effects, Air Force Reserve leaders encourage all to visit the Air Force’s COVID-19 web page for the latest on the virus and how it is effecting the service. The site contains the latest DoD and Air Force

  • Reserve Citizen Airmen among Spark Tank 2020 selectees

    Spark Tank also offers Airmen the opportunity to get their ideas in front of key enabling agencies that can share expertise and resources such as funding or personnel for the projects being presented and demonstrate pathways for intrapreneurs to make their initiatives successful.

  • Even C-130’s need a little time for self-care

    Just as people need a little time for self-care, the C-130 Hercules aircraft here take a break from flying operations for some preventative maintenance every 540 days through an isochronal inspection.