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  • Recruiting steady despite COVID-19 challenges

    Recruiters developed new ways to get enlistees into the U.S. Air Force despite pandemic challenges by using live video communication and online record processing. Recruiting figures stayed steady throughout the fiscal year with recruiters expecting to reach their end goal. Combat Aviation Advisors, civil engineers, and security forces members are all high in demand.
  • AFRC command chief, command first sergeant visit 940 ARW

    Chief Master Sgt. Timothy C. White Jr., command chief master sergeant, and Chief Master Sgt. Travon W. Dennis, command first sergeant, both from Air Force Reserve Command, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, visited the 940th Air Refueling Wing during their unit training assembly weekend, June 12-13, 2021, at Beale AFB, California. The senior leaders
  • Multi-unit maintainer workshop pools expertise

    The 315th Maintenance Group hosted its first maintenance resource workshop involving a dozen bases between units from Air Force Reserve Command and the National Guard, May 12 to 13, at the North Charleston Coliseum, North Charleston, South Carolina. The 315 resource workshop brought the units together to formulate partnership, identify issues among the groups requiring resolution and formulate solutions.
  • Streamlining work centers through CPI

    Each 310th Space wing member has the opportunity to earn a highly sought after industry-standard certification – for free.
  • Resilient and motivated leader encourages goal setting in New Year

    As the Air Force Reserve transitions from the year 2020 into the year 2021, the words ‘Reserve Resilient’ ring louder than ever before. One Reserve Citizen Airman, Brig. Gen. Kathleen Flarity, mobilization assistant to the command surgeon, Air Mobility Command, not only maintains a healthy balance between her Reserve, civilian and family life – She continually gives of her personal time to be a more resilient leader for those in her career field.
  • Air Force rolls out GO Inspire program to increase diversity, attract future leaders

    Air Force Recruiting Service announced the establishment of a program designed to increase diversity in ranks of the two services while attracting the next generation of Airmen and Guardians.
  • 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 particular MTF was not aware of the regulations
  • Annual Awards banquet celebrates bee’s knees

    The 940th Air Refueling Wing members celebrated the bee’s knees at their roaring twenties-themed Annual Awards banquet Feb. 8 in Yuba City, California.
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