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  • HC-130J Flight above PSFB

    Maj. Dan Morgese, 39th Rescue Squadron pilot, scans the coast of Florida as he flies an HC-130J Combat King II aircraft Sept. 10, 2022. The HC-130J is an extended-range version of the C-130J Hercules transport. Its mission is to rapidly deploy to execute combatant commander directed recovery

  • Patriot Day MCA work out

    In honor of Patriot Day, the 308th Rescue Squadron conducted a special workout and teambuilding event at here, Sept. 11.Embracing the Multi-Capable Airmen concept, support Airmen worked in teams alongside pararescuemen to perform operations and physical fitness together to learn tasks outside of

  • 943d Aerospace Medicine Squadron hosts change of command

    Lt. Col. William Gitchell took command of the 943d Aerospace Medicine Squadron during a change of command ceremony held here, Sept. 11.“Going forward, we must prepare for the future. We are going to lean into training and practice our agility and adaptability under pressure. We will continue to

  • 920th Rescue Wing hosts change of command ceremony

    Col. Jesse Hamilton took command of the 920th Rescue Wing from Col. John Dobbin in a change of command ceremony held here September 11.Maj. Gen. Bryan Radliff, 10th Air Force commander, presided over the ceremony and highlighted the importance of the rescue wing’s mission to the success of combat

  • 10th AF Commander jumps from HC-130J

    Maj. Gen. Bryan Radliff, 10th Air Force commander, jumped tandem with Master Sgt. Rob Hutchison, 306th Rescue Squadron pararescueman, along with Lt. Col. Jim Sluder, 10th Air Force personnel recovery division combat rescue officer and jumpmaster, over Patrick Space Force Base, Florida, Sept. 10,

  • AGR program changes on the horizon

    In line with Lt. Gen. John Healy’s strategic priorities of “Ready Now!” and “Transforming for the Future,” Air Force Reserve Command is instituting changes to the Active Guard and Reserve program effective Oct. 1.

  • Air Force Wounded Warrior Program aids Airmen, Guardians

    Life for injured or wounded military personnel can be painful as they may think there’s no treatment for what they’re going through, however, the Air Force Wounded Warrior Program helps Airmen, Guardians and families get the resources they need.

  • Air Force “Celebrating Traditions” with annual photo contest 

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – Photographers of all ages and experience, only two weeks remain to submit photos for this year's Department of the Air Force Photo Contest.The theme for this year’s contest, which runs through Aug. 31, is “Celebrating Traditions.”In keeping with this year's

  • Wing exercise validates combat rescue sustainment functions

    More than 140 sustainment and operations Airmen from the 920th Rescue Wing established a temporary contingency location (TCL) in less than 24 hours here Aug. 1-10, 2022 to conduct the wing’s Distant Horizon exercise, which validated the multi-capable sustainment abilities of a Personnel Recovery