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  • Beating stress this holiday season

    Just because it’s the Holiday Season, real life doesn’t go away, and it can bring some unwelcome guests and demands such as family, shopping, cooking, entertaining and depression in the midst of coordinating the big event.  So, it’s no wonder that with these competing demands, the stress can reach a tipping point and take an emotional toll on all
  • 452nd Mission Support Group takes home excellence award

    MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE, CALIF. — The 452nd Mission Support Group (MSG), March Air Reserve Base, was awarded the 2017 Campbell Jr. Mission Support Group Excellence Award at a dinner Thursday, Nov. 16, naming them best Mission Support group in Fourth Air Force, a title they will proudly hold for the course of the year. “It was an honor to represent
  • TRICARE Reserve Select policy change

    ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. --   A significant change will be made to the Tricare Reserve Select policy regarding re-reinstatement, beginning January 1, 2018. Those TRS Reserve Citizen Airmen who lose their TRS coverage and are dis-enrolled for failure to pay monthly premiums due to financial reasons within their control, will no longer have the
  • AFRC Command Chief visits Team March

    MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE, Calif. – Members of Team March had the rare opportunity to visit with the Air Force Reserve Command Chief, Chief Master Sgt. Ericka E. Kelly on November 17 and 18, 2017. Kelly spent two full days touring the base and meeting the members of the host wing and it’s mission partners. “I’m always excited to see everyone here at
  • March ARB Flashback

    The 1930’s marked the golden age of March Field. Hollywood celebrities, famous aviators, and military legends visited, trained at, and commanded the base during the decade. Perhaps the most prominent of these individuals was Gen. Henry H. “Hap” Arnold. Arnold held the rank of major when he took command of March Field and the 1st Bombardment Wing in
  • 452ND FSS trains how we fight

    The 452nd Force Support Squadron, Services Sustainment Flight, Services Combat Training, conducted their home station training this past September at March Air Reserve Base, California.  The purpose of this training is to get Services troops combat ready for wartime situations. "Hardest thing is to complete that type of training is time. We are
  • L&DS enhances development of Team March personnel

    Senior leaders at March Air Reserve Base, California recently launched the Leadership and Development Series (L&DS) during the 2017 October A and B unit training assembly (UTA) in front of a standing-room-only crowd in the Cultural Resource Center (CRC).The L&DS are seminars that will be held every UTA Sunday from 9 -10 a.m. in the CRC. The
  • Chaplains Corner

    How do we say, “thank you” when life is not the way it is supposed to be – when nothing makes sense – when the light at the end of the tunnel looks like a train coming your way? This is not to say life is always bad and things are always going wrong.  When life is good, it’s relatively easy to be thankful.  But we all hit those times in life where
  • Native American Heritage Month

    The month of November is designated by Congress and the President as a time to reflect on the rich traditions and accomplishments, as well as the suffering and injustices, which mark the history of American Indians and Alaska Natives. National American Indian Heritage Month celebrates and recognizes the accomplishments of the peoples who were the
  • Autumn means Flu season is upon us

    As certain as the maple leaves turn to orange in Fall of every year, so does your Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) turn yellow in October. The start of the Fall season marks the time when all service members are required to get the flu vaccine, more commonly referred to as the “flu shot”. While the arrival of Fall is certain, the experiences may
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