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  • Back to Basics: AFRC hosts INLEAD Course at Air Force Gateway

    Air Force Reserve Command hosted the 2023 International Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Development course for NATO and allied partnered Air Forces and Air Reserve components senior enlisted leaders, here September 16-21.The INLEAD course is held every summer, sponsored by the International Air

  • Civil Air Patrol continues auxiliary efforts for the Total Force

    The inclusion of the Civil Air Patrol allows for approximately 59,000 volunteers to support non-combat related Air Force missions within the United States. They also act as ambassadors to the Air Force to communities that may not have consistent military exposure.

  • Back to school: Education benefits for reservists

    Serving in the Air Force Reserve comes with its fair share of challenges and sacrifices, but it also comes with crucial benefits, especially ones that can impact an Airman’s life far beyond their enlistment or commission.One of those benefit categories is education. Carrie Meyls of the 403rd Force

  • Tomorrow's Air Force... TODAY!

    In preparation for the arrival of the KC-46 at the 76th and 78th Air Refueling Squadrons, here, the 514th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron flew a training mission on the aircraft with the 916th Air Refueling Wing, out of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., to Isla Verde, Puerto Rico, on Feb. 26.

  • New memos help IRs get appointments at active-duty MTFs

    Most Individual Reservists (IRs) get great care from their active duty military treatment facilities (MTFs) and that support is vital to staying current on mandatory readiness items. However, IRs sometimes have issues getting their readiness appointments made and completed at their MTFs because that

  • A Gold Star to remember

    The last Sunday of September every year is Gold Star Mother’s and Family Day, where the families of service members who died while in the line of duty are honored. On this day, these families are remembered for the losses they suffered. While many choose to honor their losses in different ways,