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NIAGARA FALLS ARS, N.Y. -- Air Force Reserve members from the 914th Airlift Wing and Air National Guard members of the 107th Air Refueling Wing practice honor guard drill procedures as the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Honor Guard is established.  (U.S. Air Force photo / Mr. Michael Harvey) To honor with dignity: Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Honor Guard is formed.
Honor, honesty, fairness, and integrity.  These are big words that are not taken lightly by the members of the Niagara Falls Honor Guard. The Air Force Reserve Command has established a new Active Guard Reserve (AGR) position here at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station to deal with the growing number of deceased Air Force veterans in Western New
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NIAGARA FALLS ARS, N.Y. -- Nearly two dozen reservists of the 914th Civil Engineer Squadron departed Niagara for a deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  (U.S. Air Force photo / Airman Andrew Caya) Reserve civil engineers deploy to AOR in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION, N.Y. -- Senior Airman Frank Coseglia, 914th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, shares a moment with friends from his unit following a charity fundraiser in his honor at the base theater Feb. 2. Airman Coseglia, a health services technician here since 2003, was diagnosed with leukemia Dec. 1, 2007.  (U.S. Air Force Photo / Staff Sgt. Dan Lanphear) Blood thicker than water: Airman with leukemia finds roots among fellow Airmen.
When Senior Airman Frank Coseglia was diagnosed with Leukemia in December, many parts of life were redefined. Amid grueling treatments, extended hospital stays and the strain of fear and uncertainty, at least one part of life has taken on a better, brighter meaning: family. Frank Coseglia enlisted in the Air Force Reserve in 2003. Following a
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NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION, N.Y. -- Staff Sgt. John Glyshaw, 914th Security Forces Squadron, greets his wife and daughter on the flight line here after stepping off the C-130 aircraft that brought him home Jan. 29 from deployment to Iraq. (U.S. Air Force Photo / Airman Andrew Caya) 914th Security Forces: Securing Success
914th Security Forces Squadron members of a six-month deployment to Iraq returned to Niagara recently. They were flown in via a Niagara C-130 from Baltimore-Washington International Airport to the base. The troops were met by family and friends along with an American Legion Color Guard.Lieutenant Colonel James Lawson, the 914th Security Forces
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NIAGARA FALLS ARS, N.Y. - The 914th Airlift Wing returned in December from its Operational Readiness Inspection deployment to Gulfport, Mississippi.  Wing personnel were successful in demonstrating to the Inspector General that Niagara is truly current, qualified and ready to fight!  (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael Harvey) Current, qualified and ready to fight!

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2008
Tech. Sgt. Christopher Barone, 914th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, administers the flu mist vaccine to Master Sgt. Ruth Verbanic, 914th Airlift Wing.  The annual flu "shot" has been replaced by the flu "mist" for the majority of today's Air Force reservists.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Peter Borys) 'Tis the season - for flu "shots"

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NIAGARA FALLS ARS, N.Y. - Chief operating officer of local business "Opportunities Unlimited", Peter Drew, stands with 914th Airlift Wing command staff after presenting the wing the "Employer of the Year" award from The Town of Niagara Business and Professional Associates (TNBPA).  Wing staff pictured with Mr. Drew are (left to right) Col. Kurt Hammer, Mission Support Group commander, Col. Sharon Johnson, Maintenance Group commander, Col. Reinhard Schmidt, wing commander, Col. Terry Lawrence, Operations Group commander.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Andrew Caya) Wing receives "Employer of the Year" honors

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NIAGARA FALLS ARS, N.Y. - Lt. Col. (Father) John Gaglione, Catholic Chaplain for the 914th Airlift Wing, receives the U.S. Flag upon the occasion of his retirement while 914th Airlift Wing commander Col. Reinhard Schmidt and Bishop Edward Kmiec of the Buffalo Diocese look on.  Lt. Col. Gaglione retires from the Air Force Reserve after more than 24 years of dedicated and faithful service.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Kevin Nichols) 914th Airlift Wing Chaplain retires

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NIAGARA FALLS ARS, N.Y. -- A KC-135 aerial-refueling tanker departs from Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station for the last time Jan. 23. The New York Air National Guard's 107th will change its mission and its aircraft this spring. This is the first of the unit's aircraft to depart following reassignment. The 107th will work alongside the Air Force Reserve's 914th Airlift Wing as part of the Air Force Reserve's "Associate" concept.  In an associate base units will share people, resources and processes to accomplish their flying missions. "Team Niagara" will feature the 914th as host to the 107th this year with both units flying reserve C-130H2s.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Dan Lanphear) Team Niagara begins with a departure

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Col. Reinhard Schmidt, 914th Airlift Wing commander, reads the oath of enlistment to a group of Air Force Reserve recruits using the Bell X-1 aircraft as a historic backdrop.  This enlistment ceremony took place place on the 60th anniversary of Brig. Gen. (ret.) Chuck Yeager breaking the sound barrier in the Bell X-1 built here in Niagara.  The right stuff starting right here.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Chris Boswell) The right stuff starting right here

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