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  • Deer crossing: It’s that time of year again

    Because it is autumn and the temperatures are dropping, deer movement is picking up.
  • Building on a Solid Foundation

    Heroes of the Air Force Reserve: Our success as an organization and our achievements as individuals depend on having a solid foundation. A solid foundation provides a basis for us to continue building, the flexibility to adjust to changing conditions, and as Hurricanes Florence and Michael recently taught us, the faith that we can survive and rebuild after even the worst of storms.
  • Air Force senior leaders send holiday letter of thanks to Airmen

    Happy holidays from the Secretary, Chief of Staff, and Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force.
  • Gone but Not Forgotten

    When I attended basic training 25 years ago, I purchased a small metal band to wear on my wrist. With the exception of a wedding ring, it was the only piece of jewelry we could wear during training.
  • Blended Retirement System – Crash course on what you should know

    The Uniformed Services Blended Retirement System took effect on Jan. 1, 2018. Since then service members have the option to opt into the new retirement system. Those who have not decided yet have until Dec. 31, 2018 to make their final decision or remain in the legacy retirement system.With only two months left, the big question for some people
  • Don’t forget to have safety in your bag of tricks and treats this year

    The major dangers while out trick-or-treating are not from ghosts and goblins but from falls and pedestrian accidents.
  • From the Top

    Heroes of the Air Force Reserve: I’m honored and humbled to take command of this outstanding organization.
  • Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates history and culture

    The United States military has a remarkable history of Hispanic men and women who have served eagerly and proudly to defend our nation and its people.
  • Resilience...it can be achieved

    Resilience is a tool comes to mind when Airmen think about readiness for deployment. But resilience is so much more than a tool, it should become a habit, something that we have and do naturally unspecific to deployment but applicable to all stressful life situations.
  • September Fitness Tips

    How to Run Your Best Run Yet Strong running begins with great preparation. Properly fitting shoes, environmentally-suited clothing and safe running routes. But, a successful running program also means eating well to support daily, and additional, exercise energy needs. Consuming enough calories and other vital nutrients, such as carbohydrates,
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