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A South Buffalo street is littered with abandoned vehicles and snow at the intersection of Tifft Street and South Park Avenue on November 20, 2014.  Impossible to drive even with four wheel drive vehicles, snowmobiles in some cases substituted for ambulances during a lake effect snow storm that brought close to 8 feet of snow in three days. (Photo by Aaron Mclane) Snow-covered streets remind 1st responder of hit TV show, with snow.
When a call came out for snowmobilers to assist in the storm Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Deputy Fire Chief Aaron McLane was quick to respond.On Tuesday November 18, Day 1 of the storm Buffalo and surrounding area streets were covered with several feet of snow, ambulances could not respond to medical emergencies throughout Erie County.The
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A mass amount of snow blankets an assisted living facility in the Buffalo area on November 20th, 2014. Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Fire Emergency Services personnel responded to assist civilian responders during an epic lake effect snow storm that paralyzed the area. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Deputy Fire Chief Arron McLane) Fire Emergency Services members respond during storm
The storm that brought the Buffalo area's three-day snowfall total to an epic 7 feet or more was finally expected to stop, but residents still couldn't breathe easy. Roofs already were beginning to creak and collapse. Homeowners and store employees around the region climbed onto roofs Thursday to shovel off the snow and reduce the danger.Members of
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Default Air Force Logo Niagara ARS Firefighters assist in snowstorm
A five person specialized team from Niagara Air Reserve Station has been mobilized to assist officials in Erie County, N.Y. hit hard by the massive lake effect snowstorm.The storm which dumped more than six feet of snow hit the Buffalo area on Tuesday November 18th causing countless numbers of road closures, school and business closures, stranding
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Tech. Sgt. Kyle Spalding 914th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Squadron training NCOIC patrols for mock improvised explosive devices during a joint exercise with the 914th Security Forces Squadron, at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station N.Y. on November 1, 2014. The training activities simulated a 914th SFS vehicle convoy moving through a deployed location. Personnel encountered various threats which required EOD to intervene to perform removal procedures. EOD organizes multi-unit training exercise
Airmen of the 914th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Squadron here conducted an exercise focusing on aspects of their deployable mission on November 1, 2014. Members of the 914th EOD, along with personnel from the 914th Security Forces Squadron participated in the day-long exercise which combined the unique expeditionary combat skills of each squadron
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Security Forces defend the base, but everyone can help ensure Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station is safe and sound through the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Eagle Eyes program. (Courtesy Graphic) Eagle Eyes promotes community's involvement in security
Security Forces defend the base, but everyone can help ensure Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station is safe and sound through the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Eagle Eyes program.Law enforcement officers rely on the eyes and ears of the entire community. If Airmen or citizens notice anything out of the norm or suspicious, either on or off
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Maj. Lori Mann assumed command of the 914th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron November 1, 2014 at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, N.Y.  Here, Mann is the commander of more than 200 of Airmen who maintain eight of C-130 aircraft. Prior to taking command of the 914th AMXS Mann was the commander of the 919th Maintenance Squadron , part of the 919th Special Operations Wing at Duke Field, Fla. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. Peter Borys) 914th Maintenance Squadron welcomes commander
Maj. Lori Mann assumed command of the 914th Maintenance Squadron November 1, 2014 at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, N.Y. Here, Mann is the commander of more than 200 of Airmen who maintain eight of C-130 aircraft.The 914th Maintenance Squadron's mission statement is to maintain assigned aircraft equipment in serviceable, safe, and properly
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Commanders and First Sergeants serve lunch to members of the 914th Airlift Wing at the 914 Force Support Squadron Dining Facility on November 1, 2014. Wing leadership was participating in a tradition by serving the "Annual Holiday Meal" to say thank you to the personnel of the 914th AW "for a job well done." The holiday meals are very popular and the Dining Hall staff typically serves between 600 - 700 meals during the two-hour time period. Commanders and First Sergeants serve lunch to members of the 914th Airlift Wing
Commanders and First Sergeants served lunch to members of the 914th Airlift Wing at the 914 Force Support Squadron Dining Facility here on November 1, 2014.Wing leadership participated in a tradition by serving an "Annual Holiday Meal" to say thank you to the personnel of the 914th AW "for a job well done." The holiday meals are very popular and
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2014
Vote Button Election Day 2014
As Election Day approaches, Airmen are reminded they are an important part of the political process. The 2014 Mid Term Elections are less than four days away.Are you ready to choose who represents you?Vote. It's a right you defend.For resources:www.fvap.govErie County Board of Electionswww.elections.erie.govNiagara County Board of
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Default Air Force Logo Getting to know ARCNet
The Air Reserve Component Network (ARCNet), formerly known as ReserveNet, is a web-based tool that provides reservists and guardsman with the ability to manage participation, request duties, and monitor training requirements and personal readiness.  It is a one-stop site for duty planning and scheduling, tracking readiness and self-inspection
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Vote Navigating the election season as an Airman
As voting season approaches, it is important Airmen are reminded they are an important part of the political process even when far from home. It is just as important to know what Airmen can and cannot do as a member of the military.Airmen are important representatives of the government and of the Department of Defense. There are regulations in
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