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  • Air Force's top cop delivers top award to 910th's Defenders

    Brig. Gen. Roy W. Collins, director of security forces, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, visited the 910th Security Forces Squadron during the June UTA to present a trophy commemorating the unit being named the security forces outstanding Air Reserve component of the year for 2021 and observe the unit’s

  • Electric POV Charging: Base Policy

    Plugging an EV into an electrical outlet at YARS may seem innocuous, but it takes electricity, which the government pays for, from the power grid. That’s why charging non-government owned electric vehicles is generally prohibited at Youngstown Air Reserve Station.

  • Filipino heritage strengthens Integrated Defense Leadership Course cadre

    Staff Sgt. David Greenwood was born in the Philippines. He is a member of the 926th Security Force Squadron at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, but is temporarily assigned to the 910th Security Forces Squadron at Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio, as a member of the cadre team that facilitates the

  • Stop, drop and roll: Not just for fires

    We expect that most people will recall the stop, drop and roll drill if their clothing catches fire, but we’ve not collectively programmed such an instinctual response to mental health challenges. It’s almost as if we need to teach a short, memorable approach from an early age so that it overrides

  • From Civil Air Patrol to Command Chief

    Earning the rank of Chief Master Sgt. is a competitive process accomplished by a small percentage of enlisted Airmen. To Jennifer McKendree, the idea of becoming a chief seemed completely unattainable.

  • The Real Rogue Squadron

    On “May the Fourth,” many people may have visions of space battles come to mind. However, the 75th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron (EAS), known as “Rogue Squadron” plays a very real and vital role in the Horn of Africa which has nothing to do with science fiction.