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  • Radliff takes the reins

    Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, Chief of the Air Force Reserve and Commander, Air Force Reserve Command, transferred command of the Tenth Air Force from Maj. Gen. Brian Borgen to Maj. Gen. Bryan Radliff in a change of command ceremony in the Naval Operations Support Center on Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, June 4, 2021.
  • Air Force releases updated fitness test score breakdown

    Without the waist measurement as a scored component, push-ups and sit-ups will increase from 10 to 20 points each, while the 1.5-mile run will remain at 60 points. Scoring will fall into five-year age groups, as opposed to the previous 10.
  • A recipe for success: 442 FSS Airmen simulate deployment during training

    Take a group of competent airmen, a pallet of equipment, and a sprinkle of teamwork and you will get a fully functioning expeditionary kitchen. At least two times a year, Airmen of the 442d Force Support Squadron work together to set up a Single Pallet Expeditionary Kitchen.It all starts with a pallet of tent parts and kitchen equipment. The Airmen
  • Scobee highlights Reserve contributions during Senate hearing

    Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, chief of the Air Force Reserve, and his counterparts from the Marines, Army, Navy and National Guard testified before the Senate Appropriations Committee’s Subcommittee on Defense during a hearing May 18.
  • 442d Reservist is first Total Force Airman to pass CPI Black Belt equivalency exam

    Staff Sgt. Denis Silva, an officer trainee with the 442d Civil Engineer Squadron, is the first member in the Air Force to pass the Continuous Process Improvement Black-Belt-Equivalency exam.
  • Reserve, active duty accelerate readiness with A-10 integration exercise

    Total Force aircrews from Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas integrated with combat forces to expand multi-capable Airmen skills, May 11-13, 2021, at a local airport near Salina, Kansas.
  • Two A-10C Thunderbolt II jet engine mechanics assist NASCAR’s Kansas Speedway

    Weather in the Midwest is unpredictable and even the slightest accumulation of moisture on the track can pose a major risk to NASCAR drivers on race day. To combat unwanted moisture, the racetrack is cured with a dryer attached to the bed of a truck that blasts hot air via jet engines straight onto the track. With a slight chance of rain in the forecast for the highly anticipated Buschy McBush Race 400, a broken dryer, contracted repair team unavailable, and the closest spare multiple states away, the Kansas Speedway reached out to the 442d Fighter Wing for assistance.
  • Two A-10C Thunderbolt IIs to fly over Kansas Speedway for the first race of the 2021 season

    U.S. Air Force Reserve A-10 pilots from the 303rd Fighter Squadron are scheduled to fly a 2-ship of A-10 Thunderbolt II attack aircraft over the Kansas Speedway for the first race of the 2021 season. The NASCAR Cup Series flyover will happen at approximately 2:00 p.m. CST on May 2. The flyover will be supported by the 442d Fighter Wing maintainers launching the A-10s, more commonly known as the “KC Hawgs”.
  • 10th Air Force holds annual commanders and command chiefs conference

    Senior leaders from around 10th Air Force converged on Fort Worth, Texas, to attend a conference specifically for commanders and command chiefs, April 20-23, 2021.
  • IG Disparity Review survey deadline extended

    The survey is part of the second ongoing Inspector General Disparity Review which expands its focus to gender and ethnicity, including Hispanics, Latinos, Asians, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders.
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