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  • Reserve Pioneer of Women in Aviation Celebrated through Art

    The contributions to aviation history of U.S. Air Force Reserve Col. (ret.) Kathy Cosand were celebrated this weekend with the unveiling of a fine art oil painting of her at the Women in Aviation International Conference in Nashville.

  • ‘Candy Bomber’ passes away at 101

    Starting his career in the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1942, Halvorsen served as a pilot until his retirement in 1974, after accumulating more than 8,000 flying hours and 31 years of military service. He was also known as the "Candy Bomber."

  • Transition Assistance Program

    As many men and women leave military service and return to civilian life, they undergo a process known as the military to civilian transition.To assist military members and their families, a program was established called the Transition Assistance Program.

  • Hybrid Work Environment is now

    Due to the work of a small group of action officers from various directorates across the headquarters, the future is now as AFRC is returning to full capacity through a hybrid work environment, reaching phase four assessment and evaluation over the next 12 months.

  • COVID SCHMOVID!

    Shift after shift, an emergency room doctor saw the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, fighting to help keep her deathly-ill patients alive and watching the devastation it caused to so many families.

  • Current Operations

    Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, chief of the Air Force Reserve and commander of the Air Force Reserve Command, and Chief Master Sgt. Timothy White,  Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chief of Air Force Reserve and Command Chief Master Sergeant of Air Force Reserve Command, update our Reserve Citizen Airmen on

  • Scobee discusses leveraging legacy to forge the future

    Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee focused on three facets of the Air Force Reserve legacy during his keynote speech at the 53rd Airlift/Tanker Association Annual Convention, Symposium and Technology Exposition today in Orlando, Florida.

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