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  • "Father" of 310th Space Wing dies at 65

    More than 20 Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 310th Space Wing volunteered to stand in formation during retired Maj. Gen. Frank Casserino’s funeral to honor his legacy at the U.S. Air Force Academy Cemetery, January 15.

  • Reserve Senior Leaders Receive COVID-19 Vaccination

    Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, AFRC commander and chief of the Air Force Reserve, and Chief Master Sgt. Timothy White, AFRC’s command chief and Scobee’s senior enlisted advisor, rolled up their sleeves at the base medical facility. They will receive their second vaccination shot in about three weeks.“I

  • Doubling Down on Space Safety

    Recently, the Air Force Safety Center transferred the Space Safety Division to the United States Space Force as one of the first blended organizations in the Department.

  • Space Force enlists first trainees, sends to bootcamp

    The Vice Chief of Space Operations Gen. David D. “DT” Thompson will swear in the first four Space Force recruits here Oct. 20, placing them on a direct path to Basic Military Training and marking another milestone in the new service’s growth and development.

  • AF Reserve Tuition Assistance Update

    Department of the Air Force officials recently announced a reduction in tuition assistance benefits from $4,500 to $3,750 per fiscal year. This change, however, applies only to the military tuition assistance program (MilTA) and does not impact the Reserve tuition assistance program (ResTA).

  • AFI details political guidelines for Airmen in uniform

    With the 2020 presidential election around the corner, it’s important Airmen understand political restrictions for military members and how they can participate in uniform. Air Force Instruction 51-508 details political “do’s and don’ts” for Airmen. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Airman Amanda Lovelace)