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  • Spring Salutes

    Take a moment to say congratulations, hello and farewell to our Reserve Citizen Airmen who have been promoted, are new to the wing, or retiring.PromotionsMaster SergeantAmy Dowall, 914th Force Support SquadronBrian Parkinson, 914th Civil Engineer SquadronTechnical SergeantMichael Donius, 914th Civil Engineer SquadronBrian Everett, 914th Operation
  • Spin cycle becomes popular fitness program at Niagara

    Mr. Steve Brown (background center), 914th Air Refueling Wing Drug Demand Reduction Program Manager, encourages participants during a popular spin cycle class on February 7, 2018 at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, N.Y. The program now incorporates a 30 minute Spin Cycle with a 30 minute Cross-Fit class coached by Brown and Miss Deanna
  • Excellence in Government Award recipients announced

    Buffalo Federal Executive Board Excellence in Government Award recipients pose for a photo, March 27, 2018, Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, N.Y. 914th Air Refueling Wing personnel pictured from left to right: Ms. Bonnie Pijanowsi, Leadership Award; Master Sgt. Micah Easly, Exceptional Service Award; Tech. Sgt. Derrick Traber, Innovation Award;
  • 914th ARW HQ facelift nears completion

    The 914th Air Refueling Wing renovated headquarters building receives the final touches before an estimated late April move in date, March, 22, 2018, Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, N.Y. Walls, cubicles, and furniture are in the process of being installed as the building draws closer to completion. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Steph
  • 914th personnel train for EMT recertification

    Aersospace Medical Technicians train to qualify for EMT recertification
  • Mother, Daughter to serve side by side under 914th ARW

    Allana Depaz, a high school senior at Buffalo Seminary in Buffalo, N.Y., is currently in the delayed entry program for the Air Force Reserve. She reports to NFARS for unit training assemblies or drill weekends, where she trains with the development and training flight, which is designed to prepare trainees like Depaz for Basic Military Training and
  • 914th Key Spouses to conduct training in April

    The Key Spouses Program is a base organization whose main objective is to take care of 914th Air Refueling Wing Reservists’ families when they’re deployed.“We bridge the gap between the military and the community,” says Key Spouse Chairperson, Betsy Russell. Military spouses can reach out to Key Spouses for support when their family member is
  • 30 APS supports Fort Drum in deployment efforts

    Five members from the 30th Aerial Port Squadron here travelled to Fort Drum, in Jefferson County, upstate N.Y. to provide support in the midst of a deployment, January 28-31, 2018. The five spent two days on site, assisting in aircraft loading and inspecting procedures.30 APS personnel performed safety inspections on outgoing aircraft and accounted
  • AFRC A1 award recipients announced

    Individuals and subgroups from the 914th Force Support Squadron were recently recognized as recipients of the Air Force Reserve Command A1 Awards for 2017. Maj. Kenneth Enser, 914th FSS Commander, expressed his feelings on the success of the squadron by saying, "I am hugely proud of the accomplishments of these members.  It's about time they start
  • Niagara honors new NCOLDC graduates

    23 members of Niagara and two members from Patrick Air Force Base graduated from a Non-Commissioned Officer Leadership Development Course here, Friday, February 2, 2017.“During the course, students received training from Air Force Reserve military facilitators,” said Senior Master Sgt. Christopher Hogenmiller, 914th Force Development
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