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914th Airlift Wing Airmen travel with planes and crews from the 94th Airlift Wing at Dobbins GA, and the 934th Airlift Wing from MN to pick up U.S. Army Reserve Paratroopers from North Carolina, to Lajes, Azores to Lynham Air Base in Great Britain, and finally arriving in Normandy, France.
The Airmen attended many official ceremonies celebrating D-Day events and historical battles in the days leading up to 6 June. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)
914th Airmen preserve D-Day sacrifices
On one of the last allied invasions of the Second World War, Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen had a rendezvous with destiny in order to defeat an evil in the world.There were two ways into the battle on the French coast: by sea and by air. On eve of June 4, 1944, U.S. Airmen faced death and injury from blistering and constant enemy anti-aircraft fire
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Western New York Servicemembers and Public Figures break the ground at the CAC groundbreaking ceremony, June 21, 2010, Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, Niagara Falls, NY.  At the conclusion of the groundbreaking ceremony refreshments provided by NIMAC were prepared and served by the 914th Services Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joseph McKee CAC Groundbreaking
The Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station (NFARS) hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a $9.8M Community Activities Center. This new construction will replace a number of existing buildings to include the current all ranks club and base dining facility.This project will provide increased processing and feeding of troops as well as offer base leadership
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Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Fire Chief Ed McDonald gives a tour of the new base fire department to members of the Air Force Association and the Navy League June 18. The 914th Airlift Wing hosted the AFA and Navy League for a luncheon and a brief tour of the base facilities. 914th Airlift Wing hosts tour for former military members

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Default Air Force Logo The Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station hosts Man Portable Air Defense Systems training seminar
The Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station hosted a Man Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS) training seminar on June 5 and 6 to provide military, local, state and federal law enforcement officers information to deal with threats these systems pose to civil and military aviation.Training both military and law enforcement officers was Mr. Jeff Claxton
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Members of the 914th Airlift Wing wash down a C-130 in hanger 901, May 27, 2010, Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, Niagara Falls, NY. Aircraft become dirty from exhaust and from the particulates in the air and are routinely washed down as part of maintenance. (U.S. Air Force by Staff Sgt. Joseph McKee) Spring Cleaning
Members of the 914th Airlift Wing wash down a C-130 in hanger 901, May 27, 2010, Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, Niagara Falls, NY. Aircraft become dirty from exhaust and from particulates in the air. C-130s are routinely washed down as part of their maintenance.
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Rising Six member Airman Maria Hechabarria of the 914th Airlift Wing tells students of the Buffalo School of Technology about basic military training, June 8, 2010, Buffalo NY. As part of their community involvement members of the Rising Six talk to students on how the Air Force has made a positive change in their life. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joseph McKee)
Rising Six Airmen reach out to local schools, community
914th Airlift Wing Airmen met with and gave a presentation to area school children in Buffalo, NY June 8.914th Airman Maria Hechabarria and Avionics Journeyman Senior Airman Elliot Daniels traveled to the Buffalo Elementary School of Technology to speak to a small group of school children about their experiences as Airmen in the United States Air
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914th Airlift Wing Airmen train in their Mission Oriented Protective Posture suits during the June Unit training assembly June 4 at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, Niagara Falls, NY. Incase of a chemical, biological or nuclear attack, all Airmen are required complete MOPP training in full gear before a deployment to a warzone. Niagara Airmen train for MOPP scenarios
914th Airlift Wing Airmen train in their Mission Oriented Protective Posture suits during the June Unit training assembly June 4 at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, Niagara Falls, NY. Incase of a chemical, biological or nuclear attack, all Airmen are required complete MOPP training in full gear before a deployment to a war zone.
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Two Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Hazardous Material Technicians walk towards a tanker-truck suspected of leaking hazardous waste at the Queenston-Lewiston Bridge, Niagara Falls, NY June 4. After an inspection, it was found that there was no dangerous or hazardous material leaking from the vehicle. Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Fire Department Responds to another HAZMAT call
The Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Fire Department responded to a hazardous material incident that occurred on the Queenstown-Lewiston Bridge, NY as a part of the base's mutual-aid agreement with local community response teams.Firefighters from the 914th Airlift Wing trained in HAZMAT were called on scene early in the afternoon on June 4 to
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914th Security Forces Staff Sgt. Lynn Magistrale places an American flag on a grave during a Memorial Day ceremony May 31, 2010, Forest Lawn Cemetery Buffalo NY. During the morning thousands of flags where placed next to those men and woman who died while serving the United States military. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joseph McKee) 914th Airlift Wing Security Forces honor war dead
During the Memorial Day weekend instead of grilling hotdogs and burgers members of the 914th Security Forces Technical Sgt. Robert Starr, Staff Sgts. Lynn Magistrale and Dennis Szablewski woke up early to place American flags on the graves of men and women who died while serving the United States and where interned at Forest Lawn Cemetery. 914th
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The Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Fire Department lends support during a hazardous material spill at a chemical plant on Buffalo Ave., May 28, 2010, Niagara Falls, NY. The Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Fire Department is one of the most current, qualified and trained for hazardous material calls in the Niagara Falls area. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joseph McKee) Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station responds to local HAZMAT incident
The Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Fire Department responded to a hazardous material incident that arose in the city of Niagara Falls, NY as a part of the base's mutual-aid agreement with local community response teams.Firefighters from the 914th Airlift Wing trained in HAZMAT were called on scene early in the afternoon on May 28 to assist their
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