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  • One Final Flight

    Master Sgt. Corey Palmer, an in-flight refueling specialist with the 914th Air Refueling Wing, New York took his final flight on a B-52 Stratofortress with the 307th Bomb Wing, Louisiana, July 10, 2022. Palmer was formerly a B-52 tail gunner; he is one of the last remaining in the United States Air

  • 914th CES Conducts Off-Site Training

    Staff Sgt. Dillon Bauer, a member of the 914th Civil Engineer Squadron, begins to disassemble a tent system during offsite training in Youngstown, New York, June 11, 2022. It is crucial to train to be able to set-up and pack-up in a moments notice, as the mission could change in the blink of an eye.

  • 914th ARW conducts flyover at Highmark Stadium

    The 914th Air Refueling Wing conducted a flyover at Highmark Stadium, Erie County, New York, during the NFL's Salute to Service national anthem ceremony on Nov. 21, 2021. (U.S. Air Force video by Master Sgt. Joshua Williams)

  • In Memory of Col. John Moriarty

    The 328th Air Refueling Squadron at Niagara Falls ARS traces its lineage back to World War II as the 3rd Combat Cargo Squadron who flew "The Hump" in C-47s across the China-Burma-India Theater. Col. John Moriarty, who recently passed away, founded the 3 C.C.Sq. on April 15, 1944. A heritage since

  • We Respond the Way We Train

    The 914th Fire Department conducted annual training during the September unit training assembly four-day weekend. The team trained with advanced hoses, ladders, search and rescue operations, and various tools required to safely complete the exercise.

  • September is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month

    “Eighteen veterans and two servicemembers, on average, complete suicide every day,” said Joel Smith, Violence Prevention Integrator, 914th Air Refueling Wing. “For every awareness month, we try to create awareness events – it’s about getting the message out, reminding people, so that they can take

  • 20 years later, we'll still never forget

    Twenty years after the September 11th terrorist attacks, members of the Western New York community gathered in front of Niagara University to remember.“The streets were covered with thick ash and the air was filled with smoke. It was an eerie feeling and one that will be planted in my mind as long