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NAVAL AIR STATION FORT WORTH JOINT RESERVE BASE, Texas -- Col. Lloyd Terry, special assistant to the commander Tenth Air Force, speaks during the African American History Month luncheon at the base chapel aboard Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas, Feb. 23, 2017. The event celebrated achievements and contributions of African Americans to the nation's history. (U.S. Air Force photos by Tech. Sgt. Melissa Harvey)
Air Force colonel leaves lasting impression
Growing up in New York City, New York, a boy can easily choose a path where his footprints fade, but one chose to leave a lasting impression.
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Senior Master Sgt. Lisa Pina (third from left), 301st Force Support Squadron force development superintendent, poses with members from the squadron and her flight, here June 5. Pina, along with her flight, play a vital role in developing and empowering Airmen in the 301st Fighter Wing by helping them connect to resources for degrees, like the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF), along with professional military education, such as on-the-job training or Airman Leadership School. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Joshua Woods) Empowering Airmen to become leaders
She was born at former Carswell Air Force Base, Texas, where her father was stationed.
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Default Air Force Logo 100 Years of Reserve Air Power: The Centennial Celebration
Editor’s note: On June 3, 1916, Congress signed the National Defense Act of 1916, which created the nation’s first air reserve program. In honor of this historic event, the Air Force Reserve is celebrating 100 years of reserve air power throughout the month of June. The following story looks at the National Defense Act of 1916 and how it set the
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Four Bases in Running for Reserve-led F-35A Lightning II Unit Four bases are in the running to be the home of the first Air Force Reserve-led F-35A Lightning II unit. Air Force officials announced April 12 that Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona; Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida; Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas; and
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Air Force Reserve Chaplain (Maj.) Joshua Kim (left) leads Tech. Sgt. Jesse Mateo and his wife, Michelle, in a Couples Enrichment Program activity May 22, at a Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training event near Dallas. Yellow Ribbon promotes the well-being of reservists and their families by connecting them with resources before and after deployments. Mateo, a reservist at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, attended one training weekend with Michelle prior to his 2015 deployment and two upon his return. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Candice Allen)
Yellow Ribbon 'flicked on the light' for Reserve couple
An Air Force Reserve couple said attending their first Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event “flicked on the light switch” for them in understanding how to better prepare for the separation caused by military deployment.
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Default Air Force Logo Pace and Purpose
I was at my daughter's soccer practice the other day and I heard her coach constantly saying: "watch your pace" and "pass with a purpose." The "pace" part of the comment was in relation to the team's speed of play. She wanted them to run faster, kick harder and shoot with more power -- all functions of pace. The "purpose" portion was to move the
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Col. Kurt Gallegos, 301st Operations Group commander, prepares to mount up for the opening processional ceremony during the 2012 Fort Worth Annual Stock Show and Rodeo. Gallegos has been an avid horse rider and champion rodeo rider for more than 30 years. The Fort Worth rodeo is one of the oldest and most widely respected in the country. (U.S. Air Force photo/TSgt Shawn David McCowan) Riding High
    Thirty-five years ago in Layton, Utah, a ten-year-old boy named Kurt convinced his dad to let him participate in a "Little Buckaroo's" rodeo. He won first place in the bare-back riding event and also beat out 50 other kids to catch the pig in the "pig chase". For his accomplishments, he received a big trophy. He also rode away with $25 dollars
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A1C Wesley Green, 301st Fuels Management Flight fuel technician, connects a hose to one of the fuel trucks that carry alternative fuel to F-16s during the field service evaluation. The evaluation began Monday, Jan. 10 and will continue until supplies are depleted. (U.S. Air Force photo/SrA Melissa Harvey) 301st Fighter Wing participates in alternative fuel testing
Four F-16 Fighting Falcons took off for a routine flying sortie; one of them flew powered by a different kind of fuel.Monday, Jan. 10, the 301st Fighter Wing began evaluating alternative fuel in its F-16 Fighting Falcons.The evaluation supports an Air Force-wide effort to reduce greenhouse gasses and reliance on foreign sources of fuel, said
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Brian Miller, a marathon runner, speaks with members of the 301st Fighter Wing during a running clinic Sunday, November 7. The purpose of the clinic is to help members of the wing improve their running technique. (U.S. Air Force photo/SSgt. Chris Bolen) 301st Fighter Wing members particpate in running clinic
The aerobic run is a key part of an airman's score on the Air Force fitness test. This makes it important for airmen to know the best and most efficient way to run. To get a better understanding of running techniques, a group of approximately 30 airmen from the 301st Fighter Wing attended a running clinic held on base Sunday, November 7. The clinic
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Driver of the Amalie Oil Top Fuel dragster, Mr. Terry McMillen and his team join their counterparts in the 301st Fighter Wing Maintenance Group. McMillen and his crew recently visited the 301st Fighter Wing before racing at a Dallas-area event. (Air Force Photo/Tech. Sgt. Shawn McCowan) 301st Fighter Wing 'fires the engines' with Top Fuel driver, crew
Terry McMillen, Top Fuel Dragster driver with the National Hot Rod Association, and crew recently visited the 301st. His crew got a tour of the wing's hangar and F-16s, and got "front row seats" for a scheduled morning launch. The visit was a treat for McMillen and his crew, as well as for the men and women of the 301st.McMillen was in town for a
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