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  • AMC IG Team: 910th Airlift Wing is Combat-Ready

    After more than 18 months of deep planning and preparation, the 910th Airlift Wing deployed about 400 Air Force Reservists to the Gulfport, Miss., Combat Readiness Training Center March 29 to April 5 for the wing's Operational Readiness Inspection, which was conducted by members of Air Mobility

  • Youngstown Air Reserve Station has a proud heritage

    The proud heritage of the today's 910th Airlift Wing traces back to the 757th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy), activated for the first time at Alamogordo, New Mexico in July 1943. Within its first year of existence, the 757th was deployed to the European Theater of Operations to fly combat missions in

  • Routine, meal changes: keys to fitness success

    "Luck of the draw" in rodeo lingo means "the best animal to give a cowboy a better score." Yet when Tech. Sgt. Jerry Killian was preparing for the bi-annual Air Mobility Rodeo 2007 last summer, he couldn't rely on luck to improve his fit-tofight score, a factor in the 910th's place."My job is one

  • Airmen On Ice

    Youngstown Air Reserve Station hockey fans participate in Youngstown SteelHounds Military NightA large group from Youngstown Air Reserve Station and their families attended the Youngstown SteelHounds professional hockey team's Military Night, Jan.19, at the Chevrolet Centre in downtown Youngstown. A

  • 910th Airlift Wing Command Chief retires with 33 years of military service

    Chief Master Sgt. Robert V. Glus Sr., the Command Chief of the 910th Airlift Wing, retired from the Air Force Reserve at a ceremony held in his honor here at 2 p.m., January 6. The ceremony was held in Hangar 295 with many members of the 910th in attendance. The ceremony was also attended by many of

  • Pride of the Youngstown Air Reserve Station team

    910th Maintenance Squadron and Civil Engineer Squadron members complete home improvement tasks for former Reservist ailing from Lou Gehrig's DiseaseThe camaraderie of members of the military is a special bond found in very few occupations. Being an Airman is not only a job but being part of a second