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An F-16 from the Egyptian Air Force prepares to make contact with a KC-135 from the 336th ARS during in-flight refueling training. The training began in Egypt on Nov 20 and the troops will return to March ARB Wednesday.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Amy Abbott)
March reservists partner with Egyptian Air Force for valuable training
March Field reservists are conducting two weeks of air-refueling missions here with fighter pilots from the Egyptian Air Force. "I think this is a great opportunity for the entire U.S. Air Force," said Lt. Col. Al Oliver, a tanker refueling scheduler with 4th Air Force at March ARB and the mission director. " Egypt is one of our strongest allies in
0 11/02
2007
The Blue Eagles Total Force Honor Guard from March ARB performed infront of the massive crowd. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman David Flaherty) March drifts into Irwindale speedway
Tires screeched and rubber burned at the 2007 ProDrift Championship after members from March Air Reserve Base recently partook in the opening ceremony at the Irwindale Speedway. In front of approximately 10,000 fans, eight new Air Force Reserve recruits who will be joining the 452nd Air Mobility Wing took the oath of enlistment on the speedway's
0 11/02
2007
Members of the 375th AES arrive home at Scott AFB, IL as they exit a C17A Globemaster from 452nd AMW, March Air Reserve Base, Calif. The 375th AES was assigned to the Mobile Aeromedical Staging Facility at March Air Reserve Base, Calif., in support of medical relief efforts for the California wildfires. The 375th along with other aeromedical components from Pope AFB, N.C., and Travis AFB, Calif., were on standby to air-evacuate fire victims out of the local area. U.S. Air Force photo by MSgt Rick Sforza (RELEASED) March Air Reserve Base supports firefighting efforts

0 11/01
2007
Tech Sgt. David Reyes, a jet engine mechanic with the 452nd Maintenance Squadron, inspects a C-17 Globemaster III engine, parked in the maintenance hangar, for any deficiencies.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Amy Abbott) March Air Reserve Base maintenance group named number one
The 452nd Maintenance Group took top honors recently. They were named the number one maintenance group in 4th Air Force. Comprised of the 452nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, the 752nd AMXS, the 452nd Maintenance Squadron, the 452nd Maintenance Operations Squadron and led by their commander Col. Cam LeBlanc, the group has proven they have what it
0 10/31
2007
Maj. Gen. Robert Duignan, commander, 4th Air Force, right back, and Congressman Ken Calvert, California’s 44th District representative, right front, thank members of the Army North command for establishing an operational command post at March Air Reserve Base to provide command and control for all Department of Defense forces who arrived in the area to combat the Southern California wildfires.  (U. S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel St. Pierre) March Air Reserve Base supports firefighting efforts

0 10/31
2007
Federal Emergency Management Agency trucks assemble on the flightline of March Air Reserve Base in support of the Southern California firefighting efforts on October 26, 2007. (U. S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel St. Pierre) March Air Reserve Base supports firefighting efforts

0 10/30
2007
(L to r) SSgt. Froilan Hernandez, TSgt. Jack Duer and SSgt. Floyd Gibson of the 452nd Bombardment Group ham it up outside a pub while on leave in England. The men were part of an aircrew on the B-17 Flying Fortress Shot Snorter, which was shot down over Europe while being fl own by another crew. (Photo by Pleon Wood) The friendly invasion: 452nd GIs inundated English villages
Third in a seriesVeterans of the 452nd Bombardment Group disagree on how to pronounce Deopham Green, the English airfield they called home in World War II. Some call it "Deep-um" Green. Others say "Deef-um." A few proclaim it "Deaf-um" and the rest refer to it as "Dep-um." "It should be 'Deep-um,' although most younger people today pronounce it
0 10/29
2007
Capt. Eugene Dawydiak, left, Maj Andy Gilbert, Maj. Eric Grant and Lt. Col James Skidmore monitor and coordinate joint military efforts as part of a federal support package used to assist federal, state and local agencies responding to the California wildfires at March Air Force Base in Riverside, Calif., Oct. 25, 2007.  (U. S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel St. Pierre) 

March Air Reserve Base supports firefighting efforts

0 10/29
2007
Major Kerry Barshinger, a flight nurse from the 43rd AES, Pope ARB, N.C., performs an inspection on a cardiac monitor while assigned to a Mobile Aeromedical Staging Facility at March Air Reserve Base, Calif., in support of medical relief efforts for the California wildfires.  The facility waits on standby to air-evacuate fire victims out of the local area. (U.S. Air Force photos by Senior Airman David Flaherty/452 AMW/PA)
Medics deployed to fire-devastated Southern California
As California wild fires continue to burn unchecked, Air Force medical elements Deployed to March Air Reserve Base, Calif., are prepared for the worst. The 43rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron from Pope AFB, N.C., along with components from Scott AFB, Ill., and Travis AFB, Calif., constructed a Mobile Aeromedical Staging Facility, (MASF) Oct. 25,
0 10/27
2007
The U.S. Army North from Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio shipped mobile command center vehicles that will assist command and control efforts of the ongoing relief operations in the aftermath of the California wildfires.
Wildfire command post stands up at March
The U.S. Army North Command set up an operational command post Oct. 24 here to provide command and control for all Department of Defense forces who are scheduled to arrive in the area to combat the southern California wildfires that have devastated the state. March Air Reserve Base has been designated the Federal Operational Staging Area for the
0 10/26
2007
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