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  • Inside the 908th: Fire Protection

    Being responsible for lives and mitigating tasks in a chaotic environment can put the average person in distress. However, the 908th Airlift Wing doesn't seek out average. If you possess a stellar attitude paired with a desire to serve and protect, then you should consider becoming a Fire

  • 908 AW Airman leads rescue

    Sometime after 2 p.m., while enjoying the ride into work, Johnson approached an intersection and noticed that the middle two lanes of traffic were not moving. He then maneuvered his motorcycle into the far-left lane and approached the traffic light when he observed two women standing behind a truck

  • Development Now, Success Tomorrow

    The 908th Airlift Wing's Development and Training Flight has partnered with U.S. Air Force Officer Training School Military Training Instructors to prepare Airman for Basic Military Training.

  • Ready to Move…Ready to Win

    The 908th Security Forces Squadron conducted a “Shoot, Move, and Communicate” drill during the September Unit Training Assembly at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.The purpose of the training was to simulate a combat situation in which defenders need to move from one position to another while

  • 908 AW earns effective rating during UEI Capstone

    The 908th Airlift Wing had a Unit Effectiveness Inspection performed by the Air Force Reserve Command’s Headquarters Inspector General Inspection Team from Sept. 8, 2022, to Sept. 13, 2022, at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

  • Inside the 908th: HVAC/R technicians

    Those that live in a hot and humid climate know how important it is to try and stay cool. Here in Alabama, summertime temperatures can exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit before 10 a.m. One of the first things someone might express relief about when they walk into a building is that the air conditioning is

  • 908 SFS aims for success

    Members of the 908th Security Forces Squadron traveled to Fort Rucker, Alabama, Aug. 6, 2022, to receive their heavy weapons training and qualifications. Before they could hit the road to Fort Rucker, the defenders had to receive safety and handling briefings during the July Unit Training Assembly.

  • 908 MXG gets a head start on learning basic rotary systems

    The 908th Maintenance Group aided the 908th Airlift Wing’s transition to the U.S. Air Force’s first MH139-A Grey Wolf helicopter Formal Training Unit by hosting classes on basic helicopter rotary systems July 10, 2022, at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

  • Introducing the new 908th AW MVPs

    Following the July 2022 Unit Training Assembly, Col. Craig Drescher, 908th Airlift Wing commander, called on 35 enlisted and officer senior leaders from every squadron and group to join him and the other two thirds of his command team consisting of 908 AW Vice Commander, Col. Casey Burril, and 908