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Default Air Force Logo Niagara PTLs train on Alpha Warrior rig
Physical Training Leaders from the 914th Air Refueling Wing and the 107th Attack Wing participated in an Alpha Warrior Battle Rig instructional course held here June 26, 2018 and led by Alpha Warrior pro coaches. The course is designed to familiarize and train PTLs on the proper use of the training apparatus so that they can in-turn safely instruct
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914th ARW Reserve Citizen Airmen Compete in Alpha Warrior Challenge 914th Airmen compete in Alpha Warrior Challenge
Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 914th Air Refueling Wing competed in the Alpha Warrior Challenge, held here, May 6, 2018. The competition was led by Ninja Warrior celebrities and skilled athletes, Barclay Stockett and Kevin Klein. The two came to Niagara as part of their Alpha Warrior Tour to several Air Force installations both stateside and
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Fitness Center now accessible 24/7 Niagara's fitness center now accessible 24/7
The Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station fitness center is now accessible 24/7 with a valid common access card or CAC. In order to take advantage of this, members must register at the front desk of the fitness center. 24 hour access will be the standard operating procedure moving forward. The initiative to move to 24 hour access is to make physical
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Niagara spin cycle program 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
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Tech. Sgt. David Dixon, 914th Force Support Squadron training specialist, runs in preparation for the Boston Marathon April 2, 2017 at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, N.Y. Dixon started running 3 years ago as a way to improve his physical health. Having become passionate about it, he made it a goal to qualify for the Boston Marathon which he will be running later this month.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Stephanie Sawyer) Airmen of Niagara: Tech. Sgt. David Dixon
Tech. Sgt. David Dixon, 914th Force Support Squadron training specialist, is a hard-core runner; preparing to run the Boston Marathon later this month.Dixon runs six days per week, averaging 10 miles per run and started running three years ago after his wife encouraged him to participate in a weight loss competition. He picked up running in order
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