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  • "Of the Year" luncheon honors AFRC top winner

    The same weekend Hollywood rolled out the red carpet for the Academy Awards, the 910th Airlift Wing honored its own stars at the annual awards recognition luncheon at the Eagle’s Nest Club March 4. All “Of the Year” nominees and selectees from 2005 were invited to attend the event, as were other recognition winners from various AFRC, Air Force and
  • Sexual Assault Response Coordinator: Education is Key

    When Frances Elmore, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) for the 910th Airlift Wing arrived here in September 2005, one of her first big tasks given to her was to provide sexual assault awareness training to every member of the wing by June 2006. Since she arrived here, Ms. Elmore has been busy setting up her training program and meeting
  • Medical Squadron receives excellent rating during inspection

    A four-member team from Headquarters Air Force Inspection Agency (AFIA), Directorate of Medical Operations, performed a Health Services Inspection (HSI) of the 910th Medical Squadron from December 1-4, 2005. Upon arrival at Youngstown Air Reserve Station, the team received an in-briefing from Col. Tim Thomson, commander of the 910th Airlift Wing
  • 910th completes UCI and MSEP inspections

    Although the 910th Airlift Wing is winding down from a four-year period of the largest number of mobilizations and deployments in the wing’s history, business at home station still had to go on as required. Common-core inspection programs such as the Government Purchase Card, Government Travel Card, and wing training programs have to be conducted
  • Youngstown reservists volunteer for Iraqi Freedom duty

    Upon entering the military, many military members recall being advised by others to simply "never volunteer for anything." Two Air Force Reservists from Air Force Reserve Command's 910th Airlift Wing chose to ignore these words of advice and are now reaping the benefits of volunteering for an Air Expeditionary Force deployment. Senior
  • 910th aircrews witness mass devastation after Katrina

    It was the ultimate challenge for a heart-wrenching mission. Normally an aerial spray mission gets very little attention and its impact is limited to making DOD personnel on military installations and local residents more comfortable. When the 757th Airlift Squadron’s aerial spray unit deployed here to assist the Hurricane Katrina relief effort,
  • Sailors wish “Fair Winds and Following Seas” to retiring commanding officer

    A Pittsburgh naval aviator who graduated with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy assumed command of the Youngstown Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center here Nov. 12. And as far as Lt. Cmdr. Brad Davidson is concerned, the safety, training, administration and readiness already installed by retiring Lt. Cmdr. Russell Brockway is nothing to be
  • 773rd Airlift Squadron reservists honored for combat missions

    More than 90 Air Force Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 773rd Airlift Squadron, one of the two flying squadrons assigned to the 910th Airlift Wing, were honored here during a 3:30 p.m. military awards ceremony Dec. 3. The reservists were called to active duty from December 1, 2003 to November 30, 2005 supporting six major military operations