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  • Equipping wingmen with crisis response planning

    The helping agencies at Youngstown Air Reserve Station kicked off mental health awareness month by welcoming Dr. Craig Bryan to facilitate a daylong workshop at Youngstown Air Reserve Station on May 3 attended by a group of the 910th Airlift Wing’s senior leaders, first sergeants, firefighters,

  • Readiness is key to future engagements

    932nd Airlift Wing Inspector General team, 932nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, and the 932nd Aeromedical Staging Squadron teamed up to put readiness to the test to access their patient movement abilities in a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear environment.

  • Learning the language

    Moving can be a difficult experience for a child—leaving behind friends and family and starting over somewhere else isn’t easy … just ask Airman Zuri Vargas.At age 11, the 41st Aerial Port Squadron commander support staff personnel specialist, moved to Mississippi with her family from her native

  • Reservist chased a dream; now chases hurricanes

    Nearly three decades after the fact, U.S. Air Force 1st Lt. Amaryllis Cotto can still vividly remember Hurricane Andrew. The shrill screech of a woman screaming for her life outside.Windows breaking.Walls vibrating.Running across the street to seek shelter with neighbors as her own family’s house

  • Ultrarunning: Reservist finds strength in strides

    When the word hobby comes to mind, activities like reading or video games or knitting or fishing or baking make their way to the surface. Activities that are relaxing, yet oftentimes somewhat productive, to counter the stress of everyday life.The Oxford dictionary defines the word hobby as an

  • Transition Assistance Program assists Airmen, families

    As many men and women leave military service and return to civilian life, they undergo a process known as the military to civilian transition.To assist military members and their families, a program was established called the Transition Assistance Program.

  • Hurricane Hunters wrap up 2021 season; brace for winter ops

    After a historically busy Atlantic hurricane season in 2020, the Air Force Reserve’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron Hurricane Hunters at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., were gifted a relative reprieve, though still an above average hurricane season this year.Today marked the end of the Atlantic

  • FTG promotes fitness with new initiative

    This past March, after nearly a year of delays due to COVID-19, the U.S. Air Force announced that physical fitness testing would resume July 1. To help upcoming testers focus and get themselves back into a fitness mindset, the 413th Flight Test Group started a fitness initiative for members to take