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  • 445th Security Forces Airmen Japan bound

    Eleven reservists from the 445th Security Forces Squadron left Ohio for Japan Nov. 18 for a 180-day assignment to back fill the active duty security forces members who are deploying to Southwest Asia. While in Japan, five Airmen will be assigned to the 18th Security Force Squadron, Kadena Air Base, Japan, and six Airmen will be assigned to the
  • Heroes Welcoming Heroes event touches 445th AW reservist

    The Heroes Welcoming Heroes event held Nov. 4 at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force made an impression on one reservist assigned to the 445th Airlift Wing and his family who recently returned from a deployment to Southwest Asia. Master Sgt. Robb Fulker, 445th Security Forces Squadron, said the HWH event meant a lot to him and his family and
  • Hometown honors former 445th Airlift Wing reservist

    A reservist who was assigned to the 445th Communication Flight in the 1990s and passed away in 2003 was recently honored by his hometown of Petersburg, Mich., when his name and that of another servicemember were added to a special war monument for a long lasting tribute.Master Sgt. David Allen Scott passed away from natural causes while serving at
  • 445th AES reservist flys missions of mercy while deployed

    They are the "Angels of the Battlefield," medics dedicated to transporting wounded U.S. and coalition servicemembers, as well as locals to the medical care they need. "It's our job to take care of these wounded warriors," said Maj. Dawn Rice, a flight nurse and medical director assigned to the 451st Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron. "We take great
  • ROTC group tours 445th Airlift Wing C-5 Galaxy

    Twenty four Air Force ROTC cadets from three different area New York schools were able to experience the C-5 Galaxy up close as they toured the aircraft while visiting the 445th Airlift Wing Nov. 6. The cadets from Cornell University, Syracuse University and Rochester Institute of Technology enjoyed the morning learning about the mission of the
  • Air Force family's 'Extreme Makeover' to air Nov. 8

    During this Year of the Air Force Family, one ultimate act of Airmen helping their own will get national attention Nov. 8 when ABC-TV's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" features an Air Force civilian and his new custom built house. "We are having lots of fun in the new house and life has been so much better," said James Terpenning, an Aeronautical
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