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  • 926th A&FRC hosts quarterly Key Spouse training

    Key Spouses gathered July 16, 2019, at the 926th Wing Airman and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) on Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., for quarterly training.The Key Spouse program is a commander initiative that promotes partnerships with unit leadership, families, A&FRC, and other on and off base agencies. Four spouses attended the three-hour training –
  • Force Support Reservists recognized as top performers

    Senior Airman MC Smith, 926th Force Support Squadron Aurelia Hill, renders a salute to Col. Lisa Craig, Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command director of manpower, personnel and services, July 13,2019, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Smith lend his expertise to the readiness mission by facilitating resources to ensure respected organizations have
  • Reserve Fighter Squadron accelerates training in Red Flag 19-3

    In order to provide a realistic training environment of air-to-air combat for allied and coalition forces, some pilots take up the role of being the “enemy”. The 64th Aggressors Squadron acts as professional adversaries for Red Flag at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev.
  • Developmental education opportunities for Reserve Citizen Airmen

    Air Force Reserve Citizen Airmen are selected every year to attend Developmental Education courses boarded through the Reserve School Selection Board (RSSB A&B), Reserve Developmental Education Designation Board (RDEDB), and Enlisted Developmental Education Board (EDEB). The boards are held quarterly over a five-day period at HQ Air Reserve
  • 926th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Maintains Readiness

    U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Rayne Patton, 926th Aerospace Medicine Squadron optical technician, reads a visual chart to a patient inside the medical clinic, July 13, 2019 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The 926th AMDS provides flight medical support and medical manpower to accomplish the Reserve Component Physical Health Assessment Process for the
  • UPDATE: Changes coming to G.I. Bill Transfer of Education Benefits for Guard, Reserve

    *Editor’s Note: This article was originally published May 17, 2019. Updates were made July 10, 2019*Applicable to: Air National Guard and Air Force ReserveNOTE: PLEASE DISREGARD MESSAGE IF YOU HAVE EXECUTED A TRANSFER OF POST-9/11 GI BILL EDUCATION BENEFITS AND FULFILLED THE REQUIRED SERVICE COMMITMENT. Follow this link to review your current GI
  • Online worksheet to replace biannual AGR review board

    Lt. Gen Richard Scobee, Chief of Air Force Reserve, approved changes to the Active Guard Reserve program earlier this year which are expected to be implemented September 1. One significant change to the program was the elimination of an AGR Review Board, or ARB, which was held twice a year. The board was co-chaired by the Deputy to the Chief of Air
  • Nellis summer safety: fireworks

    When someone brings up the Fourth of July, one of the first things come to mind is fireworks.
  • Spouse energizes university students to support the military

    Nearly 50 students, family members and spouses created care packages in Las Vegas June 20 to send to 926th Wing deployed Reserve Citizen Airmen.Spearheaded by Senior Airman Sandra Sanchez, a 926th Security Forces Squadron member and military spouse, nursing students and family members from Chamberlain University gathered on campus to fill boxes
  • Active duty, Reserve space range squadrons undertake Global Exercise Austere Challenge

    The 25th and 379th Space Range Squadron Airmen from Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, participated in the Space Test and Training Range global command-and-control exercise Austere Challenge, which focused on security in the European theater, or area of responsibility, at Ramstein Air Force Base Germany, March 9 – April 4.Personnel from the 25th
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