News Search

News Comments Updated
Tech. Sgt. Raymond Linares, 163d RW, March Air Reserve Base, Calif., uses state of the art GPS equipment to survey the area surrounding the plaza during real world training held March 3-17 on Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen, Puerto Rico. (U.S. Air Force photos by Senior Airman Diane Ducat/163d RW) 163d RW Civil Engineers Train and Build
  What do a tropical island and thirty-eight 163d Reconnaissance Wing Civil Engineers have in common? Both were surrounded by water during a Deployment For Training (DFT) exercise at Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen, Puerto Rico, Mar. 3 to 17.   The DFT project involved renovating a barbershop/class six into a gym annex that included two bathrooms
0 3/19
2007
Bill Braack, driver, takes the Air Force Reserve jet car for the first spin of the season on the flight line at March Air Reserve Base.  (U.S. Air Force photos by Staff Sgt. Amy Abbott) Where there is smoke, there is fire
   It's loud, very loud. But  even more impressive than the thunderous roar it liberates from its 10,000 horsepower engine, is the other facet it's known for - its speed. Fast just isn't descriptive enough.    The Air Force Reserve Jet Car, which can accelerate from zero to 400 mph in eight seconds, took its first test drive of the season last week
0 3/19
2007
Senior Airman Jaime Hinojosa-Guzman, of the 452nd Air Mobility Wing’s Logistics Readiness Squadron, took the beginning rider’s course at March Air Reserve Base on a track behind the fitness center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Amy Abbott) Cruizin'

0 3/18
2007
Maj. Bullard gave the phone to his son, Cpl. Bullard, after his return from Iraq, so that he can say hello to his mother.  The two were reunited at March Air Reserve Base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Amy Abbott) Reunited: Air Force father, Marine son
As a long line of weary Marines marched off the commercial carrier and stepped back onto American soil, one corporal in particular stood out. His uniform was the same, desert cammies signifying he had just returned from a deployment to the Middle East. His professional demeanor was the same, tall, proud, like that of all Marines. Yet, stepping off
0 3/11
2007
Brig. Gen. James L. Melin, 452nd AMW commander, presents the Airman of the Year award to Senior Amn. Lyndsey Wisniewski, 452 AES. The 452d Air Mobility Wing's 13th Annual Awards Banquet recognized the men and women in the wing who have made a difference in 2006.   The banquet was held at March Air Reserve Base in February. (U.S. Air Force photos by 4th Combat Camera) 452nd AMW Annual Awards Banquet

0 3/11
2007
Some 400 Air Force Junior ROTC cadets recently performed a Pass in Review ceremony at March Air Reserve Base. The Pass in Review is a long-standing military tradition that began as a way for a newly assigned commander to inspect their troops. Brig. Gen. James L. Melin, commander, 452nd Air Mobility Wing, served as the reviewing officer. Cadets from several schools in the area participated in the ceremony. A KC-135 and a C-17 were opened for the cadets to tour. Afterwards, the students were treated to pizza and soda served by local community members. (U.S. Air Force photos by Maj. Don Traud) Pass in Review

0 3/11
2007
BALAD AIR BASE, Iraq -- Staff Sgt. Kathryn Robinson receives her Purple Heart medal from Col. Lawrence Jackson II, 732nd Expeditionary Mission Support Group commander, for wounds received from small arms fire.  Sergeant Robinson was on a cordon and search rescue mission with the military transition teams and Iraqi Army near Baqubah when she was struck by a sniper's bullet in the left forearm and the upper right thumb Feb. 10.  Sergeant Robinson is assigned to the 4th Combat Camera Squadron, March Air Reserve Base, Calif.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Candace Romano) March Reservist Receives Purple Heart

0 3/09
2007
Senior Airman Lyndsey Wisniewski, 452 AES, receives a plaque and coin from Brig. Gen. James Melin, 452 AMW commander, for her contribution to the Air Force Reserve “Get One” recruitment program. In addition, the award presentation was filmed by a production company which will use the footage to promote the Air Force Reserve. The program is open to all Air Force reservists, with the exception of AFRC Recruiters, their family members and Reserve liaisons. The Get One awards are primarily commemorative coins. For every referral submitted, the reservist receives a Referral Coin Award numbered one through ten, the number corresponding to the number of referrals. Accession coins are fashioned after commander’s coins and are awarded to reservists when a referral turns into an accession. Coins are awarded from one through four accessions. The award for the fifth accession is a leather portfolio and pen and the sixth accession is a pair of pewter steins. For more information go to http://get1now.us (U.S. Air Force photos by Maj. Don Traud) GET ONE

0 3/09
2007
Lt. Gen. Gary North thanks Airman 1st Class Anthony Corman for his contributions as a host-country-national escort at Manas Air Base, Kyrgyzstan. Airman Corman is deployed to the 376th Air Expeditionary Wing from the 436th Maintenance Squadron at Dover Air Force Base, Del. General North is the commander of 9th Air Force and U.S. Central Command Air Forces at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Daniel Nathaniel) 452 AMW Vice Commander Escorts CENTAF Commander

0 3/09
2007
Maj. Brad Herrick, 196th Reconnaissance Squadron, checks his .22 caliber rifle for accuracy during zeroing time. This was Maj. Herrick’s first biathlon. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Diane Ducat) 163rd Guardsmen represent state in National Biathlon
Guardsmen from the 163rd Reconnaissance Wing represented the California National Guard Feb. 17 - 25 competing against teams from 18 states at the 2007 National Guard Bureau Biathlon Championships held at Ethan Allen Firing Range, Jericho, Vt. "If the snow is good, it's always a good competition," said Team Captain Maj. Mike Johnson, 224th
0 3/05
2007
RSS