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  • Change ...

    Change is inevitable. Change is uncertain. Change may be uncomfortable. However, it is often necessary because the risks of complacency are too great. In April, the Chief of Staff unveiled the Air Force's new mission statement. These eight words are a mandate to continue our journey as an institution because, as Airmen, we understand that good enough today will inevitably fail in tomorrow's security environment.
  • Developing Resilient Leaders

    As a command team, one of our strategic priorities is to focus on how we develop resilient leaders. We recognize the importance of leaders who have a high degree of emotional intelligence at all levels, as technical competence alone will not guarantee our future success.
  • 2021: FORWARD TOGETHER

    As a command team, improving the lives of Reserve Citizen Airmen has been our guiding principle. To that end, we laid out our three strategic priorities: prioritizing strategic depth and accelerating readiness, developing resilient leaders, and reforming the organization. As we move into 2021, we will continue to accelerate our actions to achieve our objectives, setting our strategic priorities up for long-term sustainment.
  • 2020 IN HINDSIGHT

    This past year has tested us all, both as individuals and as a team. In the face of each challenge, you have inspired the Command Chief and me with your seemingly endless reservoirs of resilience.
  • PHASE THREE: ACCELERATING OUR STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

    September marks my second anniversary in command. As a command team, the command chief and I continue to be amazed with your accomplishments despite every challenge that has emerged over the past year. 
  • BUILDING TRUST IN A TIME OF UNCERTAINTY

    "Discussing our different life experiences and viewpoints can be tough, uncomfortable and therefore often avoided…We can no longer walk by this problem."-General David L. Goldfein, CSAFThe ongoing pandemic and the civil unrest across the nation have given us pause to reflect on the continuing racial inequality in our society and our Air
  • Ready to Respond ... to Any Scenario

    The reason the Air Force Reserve exists is to provide manpower and capabilities to support and defend this nation. This mandate spans the entire spectrum of operations, so we must be prepared to respond to any potential scenario.
  • OUR PLAN AHEAD

    Heroes of the Air Force Reserve, I want to share our plan ahead for the Air Force Reserve as we help our country respond to and mitigate the spread of COVID-19. As you know, the president announced a national emergency on March 13, due to the Novel coronavirus. As your commander, I want you to know my commander’s intent going forward.
  • Diversity Makes Us Stronger

    The Air Force Reserve is one of the greatest military organizations in the world. Our diversity is one of many factors which contribute to our greatness.
  • Strengthening Your Team, Supporting Your Family

    Heroes of the Air Force Reserve,Being part of an outstanding team is an amazing feeling. I am honored to be a part of this incredible Air Force Reserve team. You, our Airmen, are highly skilled individuals, and your abilities are magnified when you work as a team. A strong team can accomplish nearly anything.I’ve witnessed the achievements of many
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The August 2021 issue of Citizen Airman Magazine is online now! #ReserveReady #ReserveResilient #ReserveReformhttps://t.co/UxoX3OrEMk
Embrace Change ... or Be Left Behind (Commentary by AFRC Command Chief CMSgt. Timothy White Jr.) #ReserveReadyhttps://t.co/uUl1IukKI5
Change ... (Commentary by Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee) #ReserveReady #ReserveResilient #ReserveReformhttps://t.co/RrYDJxuelk
Reserve Advisors bridge gap between commands (Story by @HQRIO) #ReserveReady https://t.co/8O7L0OapaQ
Reforming the Fighter World: Reserve Airman makes history with innovative F-35 project #ReserveReady #ReserveReformhttps://t.co/a35MeqewOj
Making Mech-Techs: Duke Field maintainers implement innovative training program (Story by the @919sowDuke)… https://t.co/Xc7GRBGFCa
Expanding Capabilities: 414th Fighter Group leads flying ops for the first time #ReserveReadyhttps://t.co/g6lm9pljhK
Ready to Help: Texas Reservists deliver critical medical supplies to India (Story by the @433AW) #ReserveReadyhttps://t.co/v7OasTJh1C
An Arctic Ministry: IMA chaplain serves at northernmost military installation #ReserveReady #ReserveResilienthttps://t.co/A1OObnZf2b
Up Close and Personal: Recruiters gather to learn all about @22ARW, the #KC46 and the Wichita area #ReserveReadyhttps://t.co/951sl92OaA
Gratitude at Gunpoint: Flight surgeon uses resiliency skillset to beat adversity (Story by the @307BombWing)… https://t.co/l1rz3WPIAl
Breaking Barriers: Charleston defenders achieve pair of firsts (Story by the @315AW) #ReserveReadyhttps://t.co/7Xa39K7tmp
Where do you find resilience? For Col. Isaac Davidson, its's a combination of faith and family #ReserveResilienthttps://t.co/RwBUXh3auF
Nexus Dawn: Exercise provides Reservists vital training and readiness tests in spite of pandemic (Story by the… https://t.co/KDLEbmCjS0
Readiness, Resilience, Reform: Reviewing the command's progress on its three strategic priorities showcases innovat… https://t.co/sTlMz2RN4x
The June 2021 issue of Citizen Airman Magazine is online now! #ReserveReady #ReserveResilient #ReserveReformhttps://t.co/r8oawbcUc1
Shoot for the Stars: Resilient and motivated leader encourages goal setting in 2021 (Story by the @302AirliftWing)… https://t.co/6RmvtnMqCp
Learning by Doing: Reserve recruiters participate in joint air operations #ReserveReady #ReserveRecruitshttps://t.co/LCsBHZEnXf