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  • Chief Madsen turns his last wrench (retires)

    After completing more than 37 years of faithful service to his country, 452nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Superintendent, Chief Master Sgt. James L. Madsen, officially retired Saturday, July 27, 2019. Madsen’s retirement ceremony took place in March Field’s “Pride Hangar,” and was very-well attended, which considering the soaring afternoon
  • Innovative Readiness Training at Camp Paumalu Girl Scout Camp Hawaii

    The 452nd Civil Engineer Squadron (CES), based out of March Air Reserve Base, Calif., complete Innovative Readiness Training at Camp Paumalu Girl Scout Camp, Hawaii, July 15-25, 2019. The 452nd CES teamed up with the Georgia Air National Guard’s 116th CES from Robins Air Force Base, Ga., for the real-world construction mission to support the Girl
  • Fond Farewell - Chief Master Sgt. Glen Jimenez

    Chief Master Sgt. Glen S. Jimenez, Business Administration Functional Area Manager 349th Air Mobility Wing, Travis Air Force Base, Calif. and 452d AMW Wing Staff CC Superintendent, March ARB, Calif., closed out his 33 year career with the United States Air Force in a ceremony on July 18, 2019 at Los Angeles AFB.Jimenez was born and raised in La
  • Aerial Support Flight adopts a highway

    452d Air Mobility Wing APSF members coordinated adopted a portion of the highway on the north bound part of 215 near Ramona Expressway, Riverside, Calif.  Members of the flight, looking for a way to engage with the local community, looked to the adopt-a-highway program as a means to give back to the city that supports the base in so many ways."We
  • Making history... again, with all-female C-17 mission

    Female, Reserve Citizen Airmen assigned to the 729th Airlift Squadron and 452nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron (AMXS) made history June 3, 2019, when embarked on a round-trip, Pacific mission as the first, all-female, C-17 Globemaster III aircrew in March Air Reserve Base’s 101-year history. Attending their send-off was local resident and legendary,
  • Vietnam-era medical technician visits March Field

    Public Affairs recently received a telephone call from a gentleman named Chris Reher, who explained that he was an Air Force veteran who had served in medical administration at March Field from 1962 to 1966.  His simple request was to take a quick trip down memory lane and visit his old work site.Since any self-respecting Public Affairs shop is
  • The 101 Critical Days of Summer continue

    The 101 Critical Days of Summer, which began on Memorial Day weekend, is winding down in theory, but because of sizzling temperatures in the Inland Empire that extend into the fall, we must remain vigilant. Sunscreen, grilling and outdoor activities are year-round in our area, so it’s good to keep these in mind when considering safety
  • Local veteran/artist donates mural to March Field

    March Field’s 729th Airlift Squadron has C-17 pilots, loadmasters and now at least one honorary 'wallmaster.' Retired Master Sgt. Shayne Meder has officially outdone herself by completing a 9-by-18-foot mural which beautifully depicts an aerial refueling between a 452nd Air Mobility Wing C-17 and KC-135.  The mural, located on the operations group
  • 2019 Rally 'Round the Flag

    MARCH FIELD AIR MUSEUM, Riverside Calif. - On June 14, 2019 friends, family, and fellow patriots gathered ar the March Field Air Museum for an evening BBQ among to show support for our brave military personnel and veterans. The event benefited the men and women of March Air Reserve Base, the Scholarship Fund for Veterans, and the March Field Air
  • Ensuring Rapid Global Mobility: Travis supports JBLM, March ARB

    Rapid global mobility is the ability to deliver on demand to any location on Earth. At Travis Air Force Base, California, home to the largest air mobility wing in the U.S. Air Force, Airmen in the 860th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron pride themselves on helping ensure Air Mobility Command can deliver American power anytime, anywhere.