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Going Strong at 60: Air Reserve Personnel Center celebrates 60 years of historic serviceGoing Strong at 60: Air Reserve Personnel Center celebrates 60 years of historic service
Going Strong at 60: Air Reserve Personnel Center celebrates 60 years of historic service

Employees work at the Air Reserve Records Center mail section in 1954. The mail section handled more than 600,000 individual pieces of correspondence monthly.
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Posted: 9/24/2013

The Cockpit is Where I was Meant to Be: Airman reflects on long journey from load toad to fighter pilotThe Cockpit is Where I was Meant to Be: Airman reflects on long journey from load toad to fighter pilot
The Cockpit is Where I was Meant to Be: Airman reflects on long journey from load toad to fighter pilot

Maj. Robin Lytle, an F-16 pilot with the 482nd Fighter Wing, Homestead Air Reserve Base, Fla., began his career as a weapons loader at Bergstrom Air Force Base, Texas, in 1989. (Airman Jaimi Upthegrove)
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Training Tracker: New system for tracking deployment requirements saves time, moneyTraining Tracker: New system for tracking deployment requirements saves time, money
Training Tracker: New system for tracking deployment requirements saves time, money

Master Sgt. Heidi White, the unit training manager for the 920th Maintenance Group, tracks pre-deployment training for group Airmen at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., using a tracking tool she designed. Her tracking tool has led to streamlined processes and increased efficiencies for deploying Airmen and their supervisors throughout the wing. (Tech. Sgt. Anna-Marie Wyant)
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Training Tracker: New system for tracking deployment requirements saves time, moneyTraining Tracker: New system for tracking deployment requirements saves time, money
Training Tracker: New system for tracking deployment requirements saves time, money

Staff Sgt. Joey Taylor, 920th Maintenance Group, works inside an HC-130 King aircraft on the flight line at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., July 24. Taylor and fellow maintenance Airmen in the group use an innovative tracking system for all training, including preparation for deployment. (Tech. Sgt. Anna-Marie Wyant)
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Battlefield Forensics: Training helps service members process crime scenes, combat terrorismBattlefield Forensics: Training helps service members process crime scenes, combat terrorism
Battlefield Forensics: Training helps service members process crime scenes, combat terrorism

Staff Sgt. Randy Bowen, 452nd Security Forces Squadron, and Senior Airman Moises Gonzalez, 452nd Civil Engineer Squadron, breach a door and tactically scan an evidence room. (Staff Sgt. Carolyn Herrick)
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Battlefield Forensics: Training helps service members process crime scenes, combat terrorismBattlefield Forensics: Training helps service members process crime scenes, combat terrorism
Battlefield Forensics: Training helps service members process crime scenes, combat terrorism

Johanson takes an identification photo of Knight during battlefield forensics training. (Staff Sgt. Carolyn Herrick)
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Battlefield Forensics: Training helps service members process crime scenes, combat terrorismBattlefield Forensics: Training helps service members process crime scenes, combat terrorism
Battlefield Forensics: Training helps service members process crime scenes, combat terrorism

Tech. Sgt. Mary Johanson, a broadcast journalist with the 4th Combat Camera Squadron, takes a buccal swab from role player Tech. Sgt. Erica Knight, a photojournalist with the 4th CTCS, during battlefield forensics training at March Air Reserve Base, Calif. Seven Six3 Systems instructors who are part of a mobile training team came to teach 38 Airmen, two Sailors, and a Marine to collect and process biometric evidence. Only 2 percent of the entire U.S. military has ever received this one-of-a-kind training. (Staff Sgt. Carolyn Herrick)
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A Heart Worth Waiting ForA Heart Worth Waiting For
A Heart Worth Waiting For

Col. Jeffrey Macrander, 920th Rescue Wing commander, presented the Purple Heart to Grogan during a commander’s call.
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A Heart Worth Waiting ForA Heart Worth Waiting For
A Heart Worth Waiting For

During a deployment to Iraq in 2005, Tech. Sgt. Kellen Grogan, a member of the 920th Security Forces Squadron at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., was part of a patrol when the Humvee he was riding in drove over an improvised explosive device that detonated, He was knocked unconscious and eventually diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury. Earlier this year, almost eight years after the incident, Grogan received a Purple Heart.
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ISR Airmen Make the Difference: People, not superior technology and equipment, the key to mission success for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance enterpriseISR Airmen Make the Difference: People, not superior technology and equipment, the key to mission success for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance enterprise
ISR Airmen Make the Difference: People, not superior technology and equipment, the key to mission success for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance enterprise

Reserve ISR analysts are on the job around the clock to provide direct support to war fighters in a theater of operations.
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ISR Airmen Make the Difference: People, not superior technology and equipment, the key to mission success for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance enterpriseISR Airmen Make the Difference: People, not superior technology and equipment, the key to mission success for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance enterprise
ISR Airmen Make the Difference: People, not superior technology and equipment, the key to mission success for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance enterprise

Air Force Reserve Command’s intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance analysts work side by side with their active-duty counterparts to turn complex, diverse and incomprehensible data into tailored, user-friendly knowledge that enables mission success.
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Best of the BestBest of the Best
Best of the Best

Master Sgt. Shawn Jones, the public affairs craftsman for Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service at Robins Air Force Base, Ga., is one of the Air Force’s 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year. (Photo illustration by Bo Joyner)
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