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Round the Reserve: Officer Promotion Board Changes Take Affect

Colonel uses his retirement ceremony to honor WW II veteran

It’s Your Money: Be Careful of Those “High Flyers”

Do You Have What it Takes? There are opportunities for enlisted Reservists to attend the Air Force Academy

One cadet’s story: Reservist offers Air Force Academy advice

The Family Business: Reserve pilot is following in mother’s, father’s and brother’s footsteps

A Passion to Serve: U.S. congressman/Reserve chaplain finds satisfaction in giving back

Post-9/11 GI Bill: How to apply, transfer benefits

Skywarn: Amateur radio operator helps save lives during severe weather

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Joint Base San Antonio selected to host AFIMSC headquarters

Reserve wing cuts ribbon on $4 million aircraft hangar

Hill reservists home after six-month deployment

Homestead teams-up with local fire rescue for life saving training

AFRC leadership visits command's newest wing

BLUE: Air Force TV releases new documentary on F-22 Raptors

WW II Vet presented overdue medal at Dobbins ceremony

Rescue reservists support Space-X rocket launch

Dobbins community bids farewell to deployers

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