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  • When worlds collide: 934th Airlift Wing Airman's journey to serve

    Coming to a new country with a different culture is one of the most challenging things a person can experience. Airman 1st Class Riyadh Al-Shihmani, a 934th Force Support Squadron services specialist, took that challenge and was determined to become an American and enlist in the Air Force Reserve.

  • For trainees, first taste of basic doesn't disappoint

    We definitely do not want to trigger or "stir the pot" on any past digestive MRE memories. We didn't write this story to "curry favors," but what it "boils down to" is, do you remember your first MRE meal?

  • Global Vikings deploy to AFRICOM AOR

    More than 135 aircrew and aircraft maintainer Airmen and multiple C-130s assigned to the 934th Airlift Wing deployed to the United States Africa Command area of responsibility on Feb. 25, 2023.

  • A Friendly Face in a Familiar Place

    Change can be challenging for any organization, and a change in leadership can be particularly trying. However, sometimes a team can be fortunate to not only have the best-qualified person for a position, but also a familiar face.

  • 934th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron: unseen heroes

    While not often recognized for their work, instrument and flight system technicians of the 934th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron are unseen heroes ensuring that aircraft stay mission-ready. They maintain flight control systems on all 934th Airlift Wing C-130s on this base.

  • First Blood: moulage brings life to training

    Staff Sgt. Sara Syverhus’, 934th Aeromedical Staging Squadron medical technician, right leg has a compound fracture. She smiles and feels nothing. Syverhus and other 934th Airlift Wing Airmen had moulage applied to them for simulated mass casualty exercises supporting operation Viking Shield.

  • AF crowns Readiness Challenge VIII winners, plans FOC event in 2023

    TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. — Following a more than 20-year competition hiatus, the Air Force civil engineering community crowned winners of the Air Force Civil Engineer Readiness Challenge April 22, 2022. Surrounded by a crowd of more than 400 civil engineers — competitors, cadre and team