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  • 4th Air Force Mission Video

    Since 1940, Fourth Air Force has played a major role in our country's air defense. As the largest NAF in the Air Force Reserve bolstering 18 units, one regional support group and more than 34,000 Reserve Citizen Airmen, we continue the mission of providing rapid global mobility ANYTIME, ANYWHERE!

  • 4th Air Force Mission Video

    Since 1940, Fourth Air Force has played a major role in our country's air defense. As the largest NAF in the Air Force Reserve bolstering 18 units, one regional support group and more than 34,000 Reserve Citizen Airmen, we continue the mission of providing rapid global mobility ANYTIME, ANYWHERE!

  • NCO Leadership Development Course gets makeover

    Air Force Reserve Command’s Professional Development Center here recently hosted its first iteration of the newly revised NCO Leadership Development Course designed to align what students learn with the current priorities of the Air Force and Department of Defense.

  • AGR program changes on the horizon

    In line with Lt. Gen. John Healy’s strategic priorities of “Ready Now!” and “Transforming for the Future,” Air Force Reserve Command is instituting changes to the Active Guard and Reserve program effective Oct. 1.

  • Aeromedical Evacuation trains on new aircraft

    Members of the 36th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron from Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, trained on the newest airframe available to them, the KC-46A Pegasus, an air refueling tanker from the 916th Air Refueling Wing from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina.

  • Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee thanks Reserve Citizen Airmen

    A multimedia piece designed for social media featuring comments from Lt. Gen. Richard W. Scobee's final interview as Air Force Reserve commander. In the video, Scobee expresses his belief that the people of the Air Force Reserve are responsible for his success and thanks them.

  • SJAFB Airmen strengthen, empower LGBTQ+ community

    SEYMOUR JOHNSON AIR FORCE BASE, NC – Long before the policy of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” was even enacted – much less, repealed – one Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Airman was a pioneer for change, paving the way for the LGBTQ+ Airmen who now serve.