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  • December 2021 Safety Newsletter

    Please see the attached 301st Fighter Wing Safety Office Newsletter and the Air Force Reserve Command Safety Newsletter for December 2021.

  • The Beauty of Conflict

    ImageryImagine the process of glass making.  There are separate materials with their own boundaries, makeup and place in the world going into an open furnace to break down the elements, meld them together, and create something new and glorious. There are other natural friction points that create new

  • Healthy Lifestyle Factors for Cancer Prevention

    Cancer is among the leading causes of death worldwide (International Agency for Research on Cancer). Of the many types of cancer, female breast cancer is the most common diagnosis. In 2021 alone, there will be an estimated 281,550 new diagnoses of female breast cancer, totaling 14.8% of all new

  • CSAF Innovation Letter to Airmen

    Airmen, Since the dawn of airpower, Airmen and innovation instinctively aligned to create the world's dominant Air Force. However, diminishing competitive advantage threatens our national security. This is why I wrote Accelerate Change or Lose. Just as the very first Airmen supporting the trench

  • September is National Suicide Prevention Month

    To all of my 301st Fighter Wing Total Force Brothers and Sisters,The 301st Fighter Wing is joining the Department of Defense (DOD) in promoting Suicide Prevention Month to further educate our military community about suicide prevention, resources, and steps everyone can take to protect one another

  • Afghanistan: Let's Talk About It

    Good Afternoon 301st Fighter Wing, The events in Afghanistan over the past few weeks have brought feelings of frustration, anger, and distress for many across the country, but especially for veterans that have served in that area over the past 20 years. Watching these events unfold can trigger

  • Afghanistan

    As recent developments overseas can stir-up potential emotions for military members and veterans, 301 FW Commander Col. Allen Duckworth shares some words with his Airmen.

  • READINESS: A Commentary by Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee

    On September 11, 2021, we will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on our nation. Across the world, people will pause and reflect on where they were when they heard the news, or watched events unfold in real time.

  • Meet your 301 FW LRS key spouse: CharlySue

    In this commentary, meet the 301 FW LRS key spouse volunteer: CharlySue. This Air Force veteran continues her service and looks forward to sharing what she has learned with our service members and their families. The Air Force Key Spouse Program is an official Air Force Unit Family Readiness Program