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  • Ready Eagle exercise keeps 92nd MDG prepared

    The 92nd Medical Group participated in a week-long readiness exercise, dubbed Ready Eagle, here, August 23-27, 2021.
  • Air Force Reserve supports one of the largest airlift operations in history

    Reserve Citizen Airmen are playing a huge role in what is being described by senior U.S. government officials as one of the largest airlift operations in history, as Airmen are supporting the evacuation of thousands of people from Afghanistan.
  • ‘Baby on board’ – Aircrew deliver Afghan baby on evacuation flight

    A 315th Airlift Wing aircrew from Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina helped to deliver a baby aboard a Charleston C-17 Globemaster III carrying vulnerable Afghans evacuated from Afghanistan, Aug. 23, moments before landing at a Middle East staging area with a jet filled with evacuees.
  • Virtual reality SAPR training launches at LRAFB

    The use of Virtual Reality, or VR, is on the rise—and with it comes more immersive and interactive ways to train Airmen. Little Rock Air Force Base launched a VR Sexual Assault Prevention and Response training Aug. 19, becoming the second Air Mobility Command base to implement this capability.
  • Operation Allies Refuge: Ramstein transforms into major evac hub

    As the Air Force’s largest mobility hub, Ramstein is often a flurry of activity. But for more than a week, the base has been experiencing an unprecedented level of activity as thousands of Airmen, Soldiers, volunteers, augmentees, and other community partners support a massive evacuation operation here.
  • C-17 carrying passengers out of Afghanistan

    A U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III safely transported 823 Afghan citizens from Hamid Karzai International Airport, Aug. 15, 2021. The initial count of 640 passengers included only adults, inadvertently leaving off 183 children seated in laps as passengers were transported from the flight line. The correct total passenger count of 823 is a record
  • Dover AFB leads joint, interagency survival training

    COAST GUARD STATION INDIAN RIVER INLET, Del. – Imagine being in a yellow life raft in the middle of the ocean after surviving an aircraft incident. There is an aircraft flying several hundred feet overhead. The best chance of being rescued lies in an ability to use the issued survival equipment to signal the position to the aircraft. While this situation might seem far-fetched, it is a very real possibility for aircrew members flying out of Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.
  • Reservists give Lucy a ride in the sky with NASA mission

    What do members of the 317th Airlift Squadron, the rock band, The Beatles, and NASA have in common?  Well, a Reserve aircrew who flew a seemingly routine mission, July 30, from Colorado to Florida can answer the question. The cargo, aboard a Charleston C-17 Globemaster III, a large white shipping container from Buckley Space Force Base, Colo. directly to Kennedy Space Station, Fla.  The shipping container contained NASA’s latest deep-space exploration spacecraft Lucy.  We’ll get to the connection with The Beatles later.