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  • Uniforms for CAP

    Senior Airmen Christopher George of the 914 Airlift Wing Raising 6 Organization presents 1st Lt. Tina Warnock of the Civil Air Patrol,TAC Composite Squadron with surplus military uniforms donated by unit members.The CAP was on base for the Western New York Group Leadership Development school that brings over100 CAP Cadets from units all over New
  • Checking the status of a patient

    Col. Patricia Jarmuz chief nurse of the 455 Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility checks the status of a patient at the one of the field hospital staging squadrons in Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. (Photo by U.S. Air Force SrA Andrew Caya Combined Joint Task Force, U.S. Army 82nd Airbone Division Public Affairs)
  • Rainy Days

    Capt. Al Knapp 455 Air Expeditionary Wing Expeditionary Logistics readiness Squadron Duty officer (Right) and Lt. Col. Travis Condon 455 Air Expeditionary Wing Expeditionary Logistics readiness Squadron Commander inspect the TMO yard in Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan.(Photo by U.S. Air Force SrA Andrew Caya Combined Joint Task Force 82nd Airborne
  • “Military Saves Week” and Yellow Ribbon Post-Deployment Event Briefed by 914th Airman and Family Readiness Center

    NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION, N.Y.- The 914th Airman and Family Readiness staff, in conjunction with the Services Squadron, promoted "Military Saves Week" at the Dining Hall on Saturday 6 Feb 2010. When unit members filed in for lunch; Financial Wellness Assessment forms, along with Military Saves website (www.militarysaves.org) flyers, were
  • Hennessy Award

    Members of the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station 914th Service Squadron, Dinning Facility compete for the Hennessy award, February 6, 2010 Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, NY.The John L. Hennessy Trophies are an annual set of awards presented to Air Force installations, in single and multiple facility categories, having the best foodservice
  • 914th and 107th Maintenance Groups achieve unprecedented synergy through integration.

    Ongoing efforts to integrate operations between the Air Force Reserve's 914th and the Air National Guard's 107th Airlift Wings here are starting to bring a return on investment, according to Lt. Col. Kelvin McElroy, 914th Maintenance Group commander."It's a work in progress but also a win-win ..." said the commander. "... not only for the Air
  • Reserve/Guard aircrew work together to bring aid to the Haitian people

    Local Western New York Media as well as others were anxiously waiting for the latest news from a C-130 crew who were returning after a five-day mission shuttling supplies, military personnel, and evacuees in and out of Haiti.The crew of 16 was made up of 914th Airlift Wing AFRC (Air Force Reserve Command) and 107th Airlift Wing NYANG (New York Air
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