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  • 910th AW conducts annual herbicide mission for Mountain Home

    Over the course of 12 days, Sept. 14–25, 2020, at an altitude of 100 feet above ground level and 200 knots ground speed, the 910th Airlift Wing dispersed 19,979 gallons of diluted herbicide over 3,050 acres at Mountain Home Air Force Base's Saylor Creek Bombing Range.
  • Behind-the-scenes Airman keeps special mission flying

    Forty three 910th Airlift Wing Reserve Citizen Airmen traveled to Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, Sept. 14–25, 2020, to aid in the installation’s fire prevention program by controlling cheatgrass, an invasive weed, on Saylor Creek Training Range.
  • Double Deuce receives new nose art

    A C-130H Hercules aircraft assigned to the 910th Airlift Wing here received new nose art Feb. 4, 2020.
  • News Video: Tactical flyaway to Jacksonville

    More than 100 Reserve Citizen Airmen from Youngstown Air Reserve Station and four C-130H Hercules aircraft assigned to the 757th Airlift Squadron traveled to Jacksonville JetPort at Cecil Airport in Jacksonville, Florida, Jan. 21-26, to carry out Operation Dumbo.
  • C-130 weed killer

    How does the Air Force kill weeds to make fire breaks in hazardous areas of the Utah Test and Training Range? It uses a C-130 assigned to the U.S. Air Force Reserve 757th Airlift Squadron stationed at Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio.
  • Aircraft receives new decals

    Each aircraft is adorned with the Air Force Reserve Command shield decal to designate the Air Force command that the aircraft is assigned to, as well as Youngstown Air Reserve Station's tail flash to designate aircraft's installation.
  • 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.
  • Airmen on the ground keep the Hercules in the air

    Aerospace propulsion technicians from the 910th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron built up a propeller assembly here, July 15, 2019. 910th Reserve Citizen Airmen in the aerospace propulsion career field are responsible for ensuring all C-130H Hercules engines are in first-rate operational conditions by testing, maintaining and repairing all parts of the engine. This knowledge and skill set is essential to the YARS flightline making these Reserve Citizen Airmen essential in providing a current, qualified, mission-ready force. 
  • Employers gain Herc experience on local flight

    The 910th Airlift Wing hosted 29 civilian employers of wing Reserve Citizen Airmen and potential employers of Guardsmen or Reservists for a civic leader flight here, April 27, 2018.