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  • #KnowYourMil: Lt. Col. Mary Goldsmith

    Lt. Col. Mary Goldsmith, Chief of Training for 4th Air Force's Operations, Plans and Requirements directorate, shares how her passion for flying led her to trade her stripes for bars.

  • Guam’s Reserve Airmen get piece of innovation pie

    Through the use of Squadron Innovation Funds provided by AFWERX, the Air Force’s innovation program, Reserve Citizen Airmen at the Air Force Reserve Command’s largest aerial port squadron will soon have increased accessibility to facilitate mission requirements than ever before.

  • Maintaining resiliency in paradise

    The 624th Civil Engineer Squadron is getting a chance to support military resiliency by sending members to Bellows for facility maintenance and updates mid-July to aid in that mission.

  • #KnowYourMil: Master Sgt. Victoria Fiermonte

    Master Sgt. Victoria Fiermonte is the executive assistant to Chief Master Sgt. Cynthia Villa, the Fourth Air Force command chief. As the executive assistant, her responsibilities range from project management and travel arrangements to organizing teleconferences. She has also done her fair share of

  • Rainier Wing Reservists exercise spiritual fitness

    Spiritual fitness is one of the four pillars of Comprehensive Airman Fitness, which focuses on building a thriving Air Force comprised of comprehensively balanced individuals who strive to be mentally, physically, socially and spiritually fit.

  • Load planners perform final checks, balances

    Before any aircraft can take flight, each person and every piece of cargo must be carefully calculated to ensure appropriate weight distribution. Not only is this important for optimum fuel burn, it’s paramount to safety. An unbalanced aircraft with too much weight in the tail end, for example, may