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  • Ultimate Me: Your key to peak performance, youthful vigor and better health

    Whether you're new to military service, a seasoned warrior, a supportive spouse or a proud retiree, you've undoubtedly had days when your body or mind simply felt "old" or didn't perform as well as it should. In many cases, this may be a one-time occurrence due to lack of sufficient sleep, overexertion from physical activity or another factor. In
  • Team March, Travis crew earn AFA awards

    The Air Force Reserve Command announced two 2013 Air Force Association awards May 9. The 452nd Air Mobility Wing, March Air Reserve Base, California; and the aircrew of Lt. Col. Todd Hegy, 312th Airlift Squadron, Travis Air Force Base, California, won AFRC Outstanding Reserve Flying Wing Unit Award and the Outstanding Reserve Aircrew Award -
  • New command chief brings leadership, passion, experience to wing enlisted corps

    He's always been a maintainer, through and through. From C-5s and C-141s to C-17s and KC-10s, Chief Master Sgt. Timothy White, Jr., has made his home away from home the Air Force flightline. Moving up through the ranks of the maintenance group wrench-turners, White never thought in a million years he would have the opportunity to go beyond the job
  • General Selva impressed with Total Force Integration at March

    General Paul Selva, Commander, Air Mobility Command, Scott Air Force Base, Ill., visited March Air Reserve Base Monday, March 31, 2014, to see first-hand how Total Force Integration at the Southern California base works.Upon arrival at the Reserve 336th Air Refueling Squadron (the first and oldest ARS in the Air Force) and the active-associate
  • Defense budget proposal inactivates March squadron

    Monday's release of the Defense Department's fiscal 2015 budget request includes the inactivation of the 4th Combat Camera Squadron located at March Air Reserve Base. Reservists affected were notified this week."We have known for a few months now that this could be a reality," said Maj. Karen Davis, 4 CTCS Operations Director. "We decided that it
  • Airmen, Marines enhance mission capabilities through training

    Marines attached to the Arrival/Departure Airfield Control Group (ADACG) and Airmen from the 452nd Aerial Port Support Flight (APSF), joined up to provide aerial port operations training to logisticians assigned to the First Marine Expeditionary Force (I MEF), onboard March Air Reserve Base, Feb 27.More than 110 Marines were broken up into groups
  • March Airmen 'Crew Swap' with Cruz Pedregon Racing team

    March Air Reserve Base and Cruz Pedregon Racing orchestrate a 'Crew Swap' to give each other a day-in-the-life experience; where the race team toured March ARB, Feb. 5, and a dozen service members visited the race crew at the Auto Club Raceway in Pomona, Calif., Feb. 7.Jon Rucker, military program manager for Snap-on Tools, a Pedregon sponsor,
  • Development Training Flight provides edge to Airmen

    Approximately 40 Airmen-trainees, most wearing sand-colored T-shirts, assemble in formation and stretch on the new running track here. The trainees are preparing to complete a 1.5-mile run as part of a four-year-old Air Force Reserve Command program called Development Training Flight.The DTF program is designed to prepare trainees for Basic
  • March medical officer briefs international comrades

    Maj. Marissa Marquez, 752nd Medical Squadron, is one of a handful of medical professionals who has been invited to present a briefing at the Interallied Confederation of Medical Reserve Officers' (CIOMR) mid-winter meeting on February 7, 2014, in Brussels, Belgium.The CIOMR is part of the Reserve Officer Association and is their international NATO
  • Lodging procedures to improve your Unit Training Exercise experience

    Due to the elimination of the Automatic Lodging Reservation System, the March Inn is operating on Air Force Instruction 34-246, Air Force Lodging Program, while a new wing instruction is being written. Use of the ALRS was eliminated because the Air Force Lodging Fund would not support it with Non Appropriated Funds and lodging lost most of its