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  • Drive

    Every Reserve Citizen Airman has a unique story for how or why they started their Air Force careers, but in the case of Chief Master Sgt. Takesha Williams, it was the desire to own a car.
  • FM always involved with the mission

    The 380th Air Expeditionary Wing Financial Management office at Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates, is responsible for nearly everything related to monetary funds for the installation.
  • Two units, one mission: The ties that bond us together

    What does the 185th Air Refueling Wing in Sioux City, Iowa have to do with the 911th Airlift Wing at Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania, more than 900 miles away?
  • 313th AS exercises readiness in Puerto Rico

    Two McChord C-17 Globemaster III air crews recently ran two separate slates of readiness exercises used Puerto Rico's remote location and relative lack of familiar infrastructure to simulate operations in a deployed environment.
  • Yellow Ribbon prepares cross-trainee, key spouse for first deployment

    Attending a Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event helped prepare Senior Airman Rachel Murray, 927th Logistics Readiness Squadron traffic management specialist, and her spouse prepare for deployment.
  • AMC command chief shares personal path to conquering life’s steepest mountains

    Chief Master Sgt. Terrence Greene walked toward his office desk, which blocked the corner of a third-story window overlooking Scott Air Force Base. As he moved, he waved his hands and talked about his plans to rearrange his new office at Air Mobility Command.
  • One Last Push: Loadmaster retires after 33 years

    “Well, that’s it,” said Master Sgt. Bobby Barrett, 300th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, as he completed his last mission in preparation for his upcoming retirement after 33 years as a traditional reservist.
  • UDMs help keep Grissom ready during deployments

    Unit deployment managers are the lifeline in making sure deploying Airmen are ready to go with the tools, training, and equipment they need to succeed.
  • Airmen finds solace through horses

    TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. — The clip-clop of horse hooves fills the air as the heat of the summer sun beats down on the parched California earth. Dust blows with a gentle breeze that does nothing to cool the air, but everything to fill one’s mouth. The lowing of cattle echoes throughout the arena from various herds scattered around the plot.
  • Recently promoted Fourth Air Force commander reflects on childhood as small-town paper boy

    Forty-four years ago, Eric Crabtree was a junior high school student with an after school job delivering The Dunkirk Evening Observer to residents in his hometown of Cassadaga, N.Y., a 700-person town on the shores of Lower Cassadaga Lake in the Alleghany Mountain foothills near Lake Erie. Eighteen months ago, Brig. Gen. Eric Crabtree took command