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  • Honoring Our Nations Heroes

    Each day, the number of our living WWII, Korean and Vietnam War Veterans dwindles; many of whom may have never been able to make a trip to Washington, D.C. to see the memorials honoring their service within the United States military. That’s why it is the mission of the Space Coast Honor Flight to ensure our Nation’s veterans are given the opportunity to visit their war memorials in Washington, D.C., free of charge.
  • Over 70 Citizen Airmen Earn CCAF Degrees

    A total of 71 Air Force Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 920th Rescue Wing received their Associate of Applied Science degrees from the Community College of the Air Force.
  • 920th Airman selected for AFRC's 2018 Profiles in Leadership

    Staff Sgt. Davy Brinkmann, 301st Rescue Squadron Special Missions Aviator, has been selected as one of only sixteen Reserve Citizen Airmen to be honored at the Pentagon through the Air Force Reserve’s competitive “Profiles in Leadership” display. The display celebrates and honors Reserve Airmen and civilians for their contributions in serving the nation.
  • Air Force extends high year of tenure for E-4s through E-6s

    The Air Force is extending the high year of tenure for senior airmen through technical sergeants beginning Feb. 1, 2019. The memo, signed Oct. 18, 2018, extends the high year of tenure from eight to 10 years for senior airmen, from 15 to 20 years for staff sergeants and from 20 to 22 years for technical sergeants.
  • Reserve Citizen Airmen prepare for human spaceflight

    To prepare for the arrival of human spaceflight tests next year, the 920th Rescue Wing along with the DoD Human Space Flight Support (HSFS) Office, NASA and SpaceX personnel joined forces to plan and execute a realistic medical evacuation exercise at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Oct. 25. Their mission was to respond to a simulated emergency
  • November Commander's Call

    Col. Kurt Matthews, 920th Rescue Wing commander, cancelled the October 14 Commander’s Call due to the liberal reschedule in place for the October drill weekend because of the impact Hurricane Michael may have had on 920th Rescue Wing Airmen. The Commander’s Call has been rescheduled to 4 November at 2:30. Members are expected to be in place no
  • The aftermath of Hurricane Michael

    From Hurricane Andrew to Hurricane Katrina, the Airmen of the 920th Rescue Wing are no strangers to helping fellow Americans affected by Mother Nature’s wrath. Nearly a month after being called to respond to Hurricane Florence search-and-rescue operations, Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 920th Rescue Wing were activated as the 334th Air
  • Tyndall AFB evacuee support

    Airmen and families displaced from Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, who evacuated to the surrounding Patrick AFB region can receive help at Patrick AFB. Assistance includes support from all base organizations including administrative, medical, chaplain services, counseling and much more.The Airman and Family Readiness is hosting a Modified
  • Flu Shot Season

    As the 2018-2019 influenza vaccination campaign approaches, senior leadership reminds all members that if they have not yet received a vaccination, to expect to receive one during the November drill weekend.As a reminder, vaccinations may be administered by a civilian provider, but complete documentation must be provided to the 920th Aeromedical
  • Operations Support Squadron welcomes new commander

    Change of command ceremonies are part of military tradition, which signify the transfer of leadership from one commander to the next. The 920th Operations Support Squadron hailed their new commander as they sent off Lt. Col. Scott Nichols to the 301st Rescue Squadron. The 920th Operations Group commander, Col. Michael LoForti, passed the unit’s