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  • Daylight saving time: Fall back this Sunday

    Daylight saving time begins the second Sunday in March and ends the first Sunday in November, when clocks are adjusted one hour back to standard time.Congress instituted daylight savings time during World War I and again during World War II, and once again during the energy crisis of the early

  • 39th Rescue Squadron loadmasters train for uncommon rescue requirements

    In an effort to broaden their skills to load uncommon equipment in rescue situations, 39th Rescue Squadron loadmasters completed specialized cargo-loading training at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, in September. This intense training, led by the 34th Combat Training Squadron, challenged the

  • 301st RQS conducts austere training

    The 301st Rescue Squadron conducted air-to-air refueling, hoist operations, and tactical flight and landing zone operations training in North Carolina and the Tennessee Army National Guard's Southern Training Area, Sept. 13, 2022. The mountainous terrain and higher elevation provided a unique

  • Despite Continuing Resolution, It’s Business as Usual for Reservists

    While the Air Force will be operating under a continuing resolution again for the start of fiscal year 2023, Lt. Gen. John Healy wants Reserve Citizen Airmen to know the CR will not slow down Air Force Reserve Command.“Although we are facing another continuing resolution for at least the first part

  • 920th relocates aircraft in anticipation of Hurricane Ian

    920th Rescue Wing aircraft departed Patrick Space Force Base, Florida, today, in preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Ian. The decision was made to relocate the aircraft to areas that would prevent them from being damaged.In less than 24-hours, all of the wing's HC-130J Combat King II aircraft

  • 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