Front Range Combined Training Assembly scheduled for end of April

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Current Air Force Reserve members of all ranks, along with anyone interested in or currently supporting the Air Force Reserve mission, are encouraged to attend the Front Range Combined Training Assembly at Peterson Air Force, Colorado, April 30 - May 1.

“The FRCTA is an exciting education, training and networking event,” said Col. Mari Manifold, Headquarters NORAD-USNORTHCOM reserve advisor. Originally designed as a training assembly for individual Reservists, the event has grown to include information of interest to all Air Force Reservists and those interested in the Reserve mission.

The assembly will feature updates from AFRC headquarters, the Air Reserve Personnel Center, the Headquarters Readiness and Integration Organization, the new U.S. Space Force and Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. Among the topics of discussion will be retirements and points, promotions, joint credit information and Career Field Manager responsibilities.

There will also be tours of the Global Positioning System and Defense Meteorological Satellite program operations floors and numerous networking opportunities with the Reserve community.

Individual Mobilization Augmentees and traditional Reservists should plan to use their Inactive Duty for Training days or Annual Tour. Inactive Ready Reservists are welcome to attend on their own accord (no status).

Uniform for military is ABUs or OCPs. Attire for civilians is business casual. Members requiring base access should indicate this on their e-invitation RSVP.

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For more information, contact Maj. Jami Fernandez or Lt. Col. Kimberly Adams.

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