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  • Inside the 908th: Flight Nurses – Saving Lives Miles High

    When severely injured, wounded or sick service members require transportation via airlift, medical care can’t stop mid-flight. As senior members of aeromedical evacuation teams, it’s the responsibility of U.S. Air Force flight nurses, Air Force specialty code 46N0F, to provide life-saving emergency

  • Reserve general comes full circle, inspires next generation to serve

    Brigadier General Kelvin D. McElroy, Air Force Reserve Command’s Force Generation Center commander, took the stage at Northeast High School in Macon, Georgia to engage and inspire the next generation of potential service members and leaders during a GO Inspire event Feb. 8.

  • 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

  • I am The 908th: Tech. Sgt. Vincent Senegar

    Tech. Sgt. Vincent Senegar is a Special Operations Forces/Personnel Recovery Integrated Electronic Warfare Systems specialist with the 908th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. Senegar has completed three deployments, earned several achievement medals, and was recently honored as the noncommissioned

  • Inside the 908th: Paralegals - The Backbone of the JAG Corps

    Air Force paralegals, Air Force Specialty Code 5J0X1, manage and perform legal functions under the supervision of an SJA. These include legal research, writing, analysis, interviewing and discovery management in the areas of administrative law, military justice, operational law, claims, office