US Air Force Reserve
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Chief of Air Force Reserve
Lt. Gen. James "JJ" Jackson
Command Chief Master Sergeant, Air Force Reserve Command
Chief Master Sergeant Cameron B. Kirksey
MAFFS Time Lapse
MAFFS TIME LAPSE: Air Force reservists with the 302nd Airlift Wing (Air Force Reserve)'s 731st Airlift and 39th Aerial Port Squadrons load a USDA Forest Service #MAFFS system onto a 302nd Airlift Wing C-130 Hercules aircraft Peterson AFB: 21st Space Wing, Colorado, April 19, 2018. The #ReserveCitizenAirmen are preparing for the annual MAFFS aerial wildland firefighting training and certification in Sacramento, California. (U.S. Air Force video Staff Sgt. Frank Casciotta) MAFFS - Air Expeditionary Group Air Force Reserve NORAD and U.S. Northcom #C130 #MAFFS18 Maj. Gen. Craig La Fave Air Mobility Command Citizen Airman Magazine Air Force ReservePosted by 302nd Airlift Wing (Air Force Reserve) on Friday, April 20, 2018
#ASVAB practice question:
A motorcycle cost $7,250. If it depreciates by 12% per year, how much will it be worth after one year?
Happy Birthday AFRC!
Happy 70th Birthday to the Airmen at our Air Force Reserve command! Our active, Reserve and Guard Airmen have deployed together and fought as one team for decades, and we work together in almost every mission across the Air Force spectrum. We are truly one time, one fight!Posted by CMSAF Kaleth O. Wright on Friday, April 13, 2018
#ReserveCitizenAirmen from the 920th Rescue Wing supported the #SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch during its resupply mission to the International Space Station, April 2.
"Working closely with #NASA's launch control, the 301st Rescue Squadron's Airmen, attached to the 920th RQW, patrolled the path of the rocket in an HH-60G #PaveHawk helicopter.
#ASVAB practice question:
Extending the reach of this crane will shift its...
A. total weight.
B. allowable speed.
C. center of gravity.
D. center of buoyancy.
#ReserveCitizenAirman. Civilian. Human.
Hope and Resiliency, a conversation with Capt. Jessica Emory, 932nd AES
The 932nd Airlift Wing public affairs office spends a few minutes talking with Capt. Jessica Emory, 932nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, on challenges she has experienced in both her civilian and military careers. Emory, an AES flight nurse, encounters sometimes similar but different circumstances working as a citizen Airman and within the air medical industry. This episode about Hope and Resiliency is produced by Lt. Col. Stan Paregien, videography shot and edited by Christopher Parr, 932nd Airlift Wing Public Affairs.Posted by 932nd Airlift Wing on Tuesday, April 3, 2018