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  • 445th Airman helps disabled veterans stay ‘on track’

    Confronting the realities of service-connected disabilities in veterans requires patience, understanding and vigilance. Among the most difficult disabilities to cope with is post-traumatic stress disorder. According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website, PTSD is defined as a mental health disorder that is caused by an event or series of events that are traumatic in nature.
  • 445th CES Airmen battle wildfires, train in Texas

    Six Airmen from the 445th Civil Engineer Squadron had a hand in battling a wildland blaze that burned more than 80 acres on Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, on Aug. 25, 2020.
  • 87th APS sharpens skills using Halvorsen Loader

    Reserve Citizen Airmen of the 87th Aerial Port Squadron’s Ramp Operations Section trained throughout the weekend, Sept. 18-19, 2020, on the Halvorsen Cargo Loader.
  • HQ ARPC Announces Changes to Senior Enlisted Professional Development Boards

    Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center hosted the final command E-8/E-9 Development Team Board at Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado, July 27-31.
  • 445 CES conducts CBRN training

    The 445th Civil Engineer Squadron’s emergency management flight conducted chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear training June 22 to June 25, 2020 at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.
  • TFSC introduces chat function for the Guard and Reserve

    The Total Force Service center has introduced a new tool for Guard and Reserve members to reach a representative with their personnel-related questions.
  • Commander encourages Airmen to be ready

    On April 3, 2020, Lt Gen Scobee, Chief of the Air Force Reserve, sent a message to reservists updating his intent in combating COVID-19. His #1 priority is “Take care of Americans, Airmen and families.” To that end, we are at a pivotal point where we see a shift and are now calling upon Citizen Airmen to join civilian healthcare professionals, first responders and others to support the national effort for pandemic response.
  • Resource Reminder: Help is always available for Reservists and their families

    In these difficult times, Air Force Reserve leaders remind Reserve Citizen Airmen and their family members that help is always just a phone call or a mouse click away.
  • Load planners perform final checks, balances

    Before any aircraft can take flight, each person and every piece of cargo must be carefully calculated to ensure appropriate weight distribution. Not only is this important for optimum fuel burn, it’s paramount to safety. An unbalanced aircraft with too much weight in the tail end, for example, may drag the ground on the runway.
  • AF3: Guiding Where We Are Going Without Forgetting Who We Are

    Recently approved by Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, chief of the Air Force Reserve and commander of Air Force Reserve Command, the concepts of the Air Force Reserve Future Force Framework, AF3, serve as a guidepost to develop the Air Force Reserve of 2035 and beyond.