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  • Metals tech, the Air Force’s fabrication shop

    The 445th Maintenance Squadron’s Metals Technology shop uses a wide array of tools and design software to create and repair parts that are essential for the function of the wing’s vehicles and equipment. The shop provides fabrication, alteration, and refurbishing services for aircraft components and ground equipment
  • In-person Yellow Ribbon event characterized by caution, connections

    More than 350 Airmen and their loved ones traveled to the Sunshine State to attend an in-person Air Force Reserve Yellow Ribbon event July 23-24, 2021. It was the first large-audience, in-person event since pandemic prompted travel restrictions in March 2020. The Yellow Ribbon Program began in 2008 following a congressional mandate for the Department of Defense to assist reservists and National Guard members in maintaining resiliency as they transition between their military and civilian roles.
  • 445th AW D&TF prepares future Airmen for service

    Have you ever wondered what happens to Airmen after being recruited and before they enter basic military training? New incoming Airmen to the 445th Airlift Wing have the opportunity to develop their skills in the Development and Training Flight (D&TF).
  • Wright-Patt community partner seeks others to serve

    The spirit of volunteerism and a love for the military radiates from Karen Hunt. The daughter of a Marine, she considered joining the Air Force after high school but chose a civilian career instead. Since 2017, she has devoted countless hours volunteering to serve military members and their families.
  • FSS completes AT at Pittsburgh ARS, runs base’s DFAC

    Members of the 445th Force Support Squadron’s Food Services Flight at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio traveled 250 miles for their annual tour to the 911th Airlift Wing at Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania to prep, cook and serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Engineering, management ‘wright’ choice for 445th Airman

    Senior Airman Nicholas Wright, an aircraft metals technologist with the 445th Maintenance Squadron, has made a career and started a business of the knowledge and skills that he learned in the Air Force.
  • 445th AW celebrates Month of Military Child

    When someone asks me where I am from, I always say ‘Las Vegas’. But that is not true, I was born in North Carolina, moved to Kentucky when my mom deployed (and my dad was in Korea), then moved to Alabama and finally ended up in Las Vegas! All before I was four years old!
  • 445th CES faces cancelled annual tours amid pandemic; completes more than $300k of base projects in three months

    The 445th Civil Engineer Squadron is no stranger to large-scale facility improvement projects. In a typical year, they send several groups of Reserve Citizen Airmen to worksites across the country to complete Innovative Readiness Training projects which improve communities while offering hands-on training opportunities.
  • HQ ARPC introduces monthly evaluations training courses

    The Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center’s evaluations branch hosted virtual training sessions for more than 1,000 service members and civilian employees during the first quarter of calendar year 2021. The training has consisted of an in-depth review of the Air Force Forms 910, 911, 912 and 707.
  • ‘Your life is our business,’ AFE provides crucial support

    The 445th Operations Group has many key players in its organization to keep the wing’s mission going. The 445th Operation Support Squadron has a number of those key players, in particular, the aircrew flight equipment (AFE) shop.
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