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  • Go Blue, Stay Blue: Winkfield reports for duty

    Before Jimmel Winkfield, 97th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron deputy director, came to Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, to be an aircraft mechanic, he was Staff Sgt. Winkfield, an active-duty crew chief with six years of service to his country from 2009 until 2015.

  • Why I stay: Chief Master Sgt. Carlos F. Damian

    Chief Master Sgt. Carlos Francisco Damian currently serves as the command chief for the 37th Training Wing. His journey is a testament to the values of discipline and resilience.

  • Air Evac brings 'em back!

    Aeromedical personnel bring order to the chaos by knowing how to respond to emergencies. These specially trained members can locate their supplies with precision, provide critical care, reassurance and comfort to patients, and ensure their safety.This is the mission of the 908th Aeromedical

  • 315 AW recruiters help spread holiday cheer at commissary

    The 315th Airlift Wing’s Recruiting Flight teamed up with the commissary at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina to give gift cards to local military members and veterans. The recruiters began volunteering in October as baggers at the base commissary and donated their tips to purchase the gift

  • Go Blue, Stay Blue: U.S. Citizenship creates opportunities for Airman

    Giving up one’s home country for the opportunities of another can provide many exciting possibilities but can also be a nerve-wracking experience. The decision to defend that nation before the guarantee of citizenship shows a true level of commitment of its own.That is the path Airman 1st Class

  • 482d Fighter Wing shines at 367 RCG Awards with triple honors

    In a stunning display of excellence, the 482d Fighter Wing claimed significant honors at the prestigious 367th Recruiting Group (RCG) Awards. These awards recognize the exceptional efforts and achievements in various categories in Air Force Reserve Command.The wing's team demonstrated outstanding

  • Local San Antonio community gives back on Thanksgiving

    In a heartwarming demonstration of gratitude, “Giving back to those who serve” was a common theme among the more than 330 San Antonio families picking up Basic Military Training trainees on Thanksgiving Day for Operation Home Cooking.