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  • 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
  • The McMillan clan's Air Force way of life

    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

    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. Altogether, approximately 140 Airmen
  • C-141 approaches historical conclusion to AF life

    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
  • Future Total Force: new directorate shapes AIr Force of tomorrow

    From a small office inside the Pentagon, Brig. Gen. Allison Hickey is leading a diverse group of some of the Air Force’s brightest forward-thinkers as they help shape what the Air Force of tomorrow will look like and how it will operate. As the director of the newly established Future Total Force Directorate, General Hickey is focused on bringing
  • Service Evolution at ARPC

    A world of personnel services directed at almost 1 million people is changing, and for the people championing the effort, as well as those affected by the transformation, the work cannot come quickly enough. The Air Reserve Personnel Center in Denver is the human resources hub for Air Force Reservists and Air National Guardsmen across the globe.
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