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  • 303d Fighter Squadron welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Paul Brown assumed command of the 303d Fighter Squadron from Lt. Col. Ryan Hodges September 10, 2023, during a ceremony held in the 5-bay maintenance hanger here.


    Tragedy rarely strikes on schedule. Sooner or later, every person will be faced with sadness and difficulty that will change their life forever. The question remains: how to respond. For Tech. Sgt. Victoria Abel, Crew Chief in the 442d Maintenance Group, and Mrs. Emily Anderson, spouse of U.S. Army

  • Command releases results from first Reserve-specific communications survey

    The results are in from a first-of-its-kind communications survey targeted specifically at Reserve Citizen Airmen.Officials with the Air Force Reserve Command Public Affairs Office here, in partnership with the Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs Office, conducted an online communications

  • First all-Reserve AEW stands up for Patriot Fury in Peru

    CHICLAYO, Peru – Integrity, service, and excellence. These are the core values that have driven generations of American Airpower. They’re also posted over the entrance to the personnel section just off the flight line at Chiclayo Air Base, Peru.In late June, 2023 a contingency response team, a group

  • TALA; how to lead the Airmen of tomorrow

    While the rank structure is essential to military operations, it can be difficult to transition from one rank to another when there is a lack of leadership experience. The Tyndall Airman Leadership Academy was stood up to provide upcoming noncommissioned officers an open communication forum to learn