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  • Welcome home 910th Airmen

    Youngstown Air Reserve Station Reserve Citizen Airmen and four aircraft assigned to the 757th Airlift Squadron, returned home on Sept. 18, 2019, from a four-month deployment to Southwest Asia.
  • Discussing 3D printing and the future of the Air Force

    Lt. Gen. Robert D. McMurry Jr., commander of Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, meets with Reserve Citizen Airmen and members from America Makes on Sept. 10, 2019, at Youngstown Air Reserve Station. McMurry spent the morning touring America Makes to learn about 3D printing and additive manufacturing capabilities and potential applications for the Air Force. He ended his visit to the valley at YARS, where he met with wing senior leadership.
  • 910th remembers 9/11

    On Sept. 11, 2019, Reserve Citizen Airmen from Youngstown Air Reserve Station attended a Sept. 11 remembrance ceremony held at the flagpole in front of the 910th Airlift Wing headquarters building to remember the lives lost during the terroristic attacks 18 years ago.
  • Prop shop preps for blade bore inspection

    The 910th Maintenance Squadron is preparing the propeller for a blade bore inspection.
  • Out with the old, in with the new

    Members from the 910th Maintenance Group spent the morning changing a tire on an aircraft due to the normal wear and tear of routine takeoffs and landings. Depending on the amount of usage, a C-130H Hercules tire can last upwards to a year before needing to be replaced.
  • Col. Boehle talks resiliency

    The purpose of the Chief of Staff of the Air Force’s Resilience Tactical Pause is to “increase Airmen connectedness and sense of purpose among our Airmen in order to increase unit cohesion, trust and confidence in command teams while soliciting feedback to decrease suicides."
  • 910th firefighters teach students how to use fire extinguishers

    Members from the 910th's Fire Department instructed students from Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics' Youngstown campus on the importance of knowing fuel classifications and the appropriate fire extinguisher necessary to put out each class of fire.
  • Peruvian Air Force seeks aerial spray familiarization at Youngstown Air Reserve Station

    The Reserve Citizen Airmen of Youngstown Air Reserve Station operate the Department of Defense’s only aerial spray capability to eliminate pest insects and invasive or unwanted vegetation and disperse oil spills in large bodies of water. As the DoD’s sole provider of this capability, the 910th Airlift Wing is a resource to others looking to develop similar efforts.
  • AMC C-130 rainbow fitting inspections complete

    Thanks to early detection by Air Force Materiel Command aircraft maintenance and engineering professionals and quick implementation of a fleet-wide time compliance technical order, C-130 maintainers have inspected and verified the viability of 108 of the 123 affected aircrafts’ lower center wing joints, or “rainbow fittings,” allowing for their safe return to service.
  • From defender to instructor

    From the moment Tech. Sgt. Brandon Campbell, a former fireteam member with the 910th Security Forces Squadron, arrived at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, for basic military training, he fell in love with the idea of earning the title of Military Training Instructor. It was then Campbell promised himself he’d transition from security forces defender to MTI. 
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