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  • DEP enlistees learn about AF programs, benefits

    Twenty-two of the newest Air Force Reserve enlistees received several base agency briefings to learn what benefits they're entitled during a monthly meeting at the Craig Road Air Force Reserve Recruiting station Aug. 7.The enlistees are local to Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., and are members of the Delayed Entry Program, where they've enlisted into
  • CSAF releases 'Vector'

    The Air Force's senior military leader released his vision for the future in a recent CSAF Vector 2010 that outlined five priorities and the "way ahead" for Airmen to maintain these priorities. "Our Airmen are responding to the nation's call with agility, innovation and expeditionary presence -- today, nearly 40,000 American Airmen are deployed to
  • Air Force Reserve sponsors 'Street League Skateboarding'

    The Air Force Reserve announced it will be an official sponsor of Street League Skateboarding, the first‐ever professional street skateboarding competition. Finals will be held at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nev., on Sept. 25.The three‐leg tour will begin at the Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, Ariz., on Aug. 28., and the second event
  • Message to the field on the Critical Days of Summer

    Members of the 926th Group, I have now had the privilege of being your commander for one year! You are all truly amazing, both as Airmen and private citizens, and I could not be prouder of you and our group. Please read the accompanying message from our Secretary of the Air Force, Chief of Staff and Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force. These
  • Re-enlistment is a family affair

    Master Sergeant Michael Brunin (left), Eagle Aircraft Maintenance Unit production superintendent, is re-enlisted by his brother, Colonel (retired) Steven P. Brunin, during a ceremony at the Eagle AMU on May 3. Sergeant Brunin is a full-time U.S. Air Force Reserve maintainer with more than 19 years of experience, integrated into the 57th Aircraft
  • Aggressor pilot returns to skies, teaching others

    April 20th was an otherwise typical day at the base, except for one member of the 926th Group. This particular Tuesday was the first time Lt. Col. Craig Jones had flown an F-15 Aggressor aircraft in almost a year and a half, marking a new chapter in the fighter pilot's life. Colonel Jones was diagnosed with Stage II Hodgkin's Lymphoma in July 2008.
  • Reserve maintainer selected for Air Force's premier aerial demonstration team

    A maintainer from Air Force Reserve Command's 926th Group was recently selected for a coveted spot with the United States Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron, the Thunderbirds.Staff Sergeant Andrue Donaldson, an F-16 crew chief, was patched during a ceremony March 12 in the Thunderbird hangar. "The amount of professionalism on this team is
  • Integrated reservist selected as outstanding Airman of 2010

    A 78th Reconnaissance Squadron Bushmaster was presented with an Air Force Reserve Command 2010 Outstanding Airmen of the Year award during a ceremony at Robins Air Force Base, Ga., on April 14.Staff Sergeant James McKeown, a senior mission intelligence coordinator, was selected in the airman category and recognized in front of his peers at the U.S.
  • Social media sites soon will be open on the Air Force Network

    Air Force officials are opening the Air Force network to allow access to Internet-based social-networking sites. Initial access will be available at five Pacific Air Forces bases March 30, and will begin opening sites Air Force-wide later in April. This change in policy is a result of the Department of Defense Directive-Type Memorandum 09-026 --
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