• Reservists provide humanitarian assistance in Chad

    Armed with an ample supply of medications and medical equipment and a surplus of enthusiasm and compassion, a team of Air Force Reserve medical professionals provided aid to the central African nation of Chad as part of a humanitarian effort July 1-15. The 13-person medical team, comprised of volunteers from nine units, accompanied a contingent of
  • Reservists connect with the past at Tuskegee Airmen gathering

    Behind each successful event are the efforts of a work force blending into a seamless process of teamwork, professional presentation and event coordination. The 33rd annual convention of the Tuskegee Airmen Inc. Aug 4-8 in Omaha, Neb., exemplified these attributes and more. “From the opening ceremony to the awards banquet to the forums on military
  • Daughter challenges mother in sprint to chief promotion

    A daughter in Minnesota and her mother in Texas had a race recently. No track shoes or racing slicks were needed. No one handed out yellow jerseys, and the checkered flag waved blue. That’s because Senior Master Sgt. Sonja Fisher and her mother, Senior Master Sgt. Susan Crosby, were racing to see who would be the first to get promoted to the Air
  • Iraqi Freedom mission takes Reserve colonel back to Hungary

    When Peter Doby was 5 years old, Soviet tanks were patrolling his neighborhood. It was late 1956, and the Soviet Union had just started its brutal counteroffensive against insurgents of the Hungarian Revolution. At times, Peter and his family had to rush into their basement because artillery shells and gunfire were tearing into neighbors’ houses.
  • Space aggressors sail into military's newest frontier

    That glint you see in the corner of his eye as he looks toward the sky could be a star. Maybe it’s the noon sun high in the Colorado sky. Perhaps a reflection from the rolling hills that surround his Rocky Mountain workplace. More likely, however, it’s a satellite, one of a thousand America has launched into space since Russia’s Sputnik first
  • C-141 approaches historical conclusion as last flight nears

    Since its first flight Dec. 17, 1963, the C-141 Starlifter has had a prestigious history. The last chapter of that history began in October when the Air Force’s last C-141 unit, the 445th Airlift Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, started replacing its Starlifters with C-5 Galaxies. Over the years, C-141s have carried cargo, passengers
  • Bracelets help McChord maintainers remember those who are deployed

    The 446th Airlift Wing’s aircraft maintenance crews are known for expertise on the job, but it is the tight, family-like structure that helps keep them bonded together. Once again, they have come up with their own unique way to maintain that close-knit atmosphere, even while thousands of miles apart. Eight months ago, Chief Master Sgt. Steven
  • Two Barksdale A-10 pilots reach career milestones

    Two Reserve A-10 pilots at Barksdale Air Force Base, La., reached a milestone in their flying careers that very few people in the entire Air Force A-10 community ever dream about achieving. When Lt. Cols. Jimbo Macaulay and Brady Glick of the 47th Fighter Squadron landed on the Barksdale flight line Sept. 1 after a routine mission, they completed
  • Air Force is a way of life for McMillan clan

    In his poem “Road Less Traveled,” Robert Frost wrote, “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” For one Air Force chief master sergeant at the Air Reserve Personnel Center in Denver, the road less traveled has become one well traveled by her family. Chief Master Sgt. Karen
  • Reserve medics build NATO ties during Cooperative Key '05

    With an assortment of 60 aircraft, many from Eastern European countries formerly part of the Soviet Union, airlifting and transporting patients, a group of 30 Air Force Reserve medics worked side by side with their NATO brethren during Exercise Cooperative Key ‘05 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, Aug. 25 through Sept. 5. Lt. Col. (Dr.) Joe Legan, a physician

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