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  • Patrick commissary reaches out to Reservists

    The holiday spirit was in full effect here Friday December 3, courtesy of the Patrick Air Force Base Commissary.Mr. Jerry Copenhefer, store director and team leader, brought gift certificates, coupon books and care packages for the 920th Rescue Wing Reservists."We realize that many reservists do not

  • Florida native takes command of 920th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

    In an aircraft maintenance hangar with a backdrop of an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter, Maj. Jennifer West relinquished command of the 920th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here Dec. 5 to Lt. Col. David Cooksey during the 920th Rescue Wing's drill weekend.A veteran of numerous overseas deployments, Major

  • 920th Rescue Wing gets Into holiday spirit

    The Air Force Reserve Airmen of the 920th Rescue Wing here took a few hours out of their busy Unit Training Assembly weekend to come together with friends and family in celebration of the winter holidays during a lunch picnic on Saturday, December 4th.Clear skies graced the Italian-themed event at

  • Cyber Airman

    Airman First Class Kevin Frazier has been in the Air Force Reserve barely 8 months now. Newly assigned to the 920th Rescue Wing here, he works in the 920th Communications Flight as a cyberspace systems apprentice. "My job is to find the problems with a client's computer and fix them to their

  • Air Force Reservists clear a path to space for largest rocket

    While many people enjoyed a day of rest on an overcast Sunday on Florida's Space Coast, 920th Rescue Wing Airmen from Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., cut a path through the thick-cloud layer that hung along the coast, and went to work securing the Eastern Range prior to the launch of the largest

  • Signed, SEAL'd, delivered, courtesy of the King

    Although the Air Force Reserve Command's 920th Rescue Wing calls the Florida beachside base here home, as a small search-and-rescue unit that deploys worldwide its Airmen tend to spend a lot of time whipping up foreign sand in their turbo-prop and rotor-wing aircraft to bring home service members

  • A Veteran's Day story: Hell's Guest campaigns for remembrance

    While pundits all over the nation recently ended frenzied campaigns in races for political office, one man continues at a slow, but steady pace on his campaign for America. One that's taken years, which he hopes will never end.His campaign: remembrance."I came here to talk about what happened to me