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  • The gold and black are back

    For the 14th year, the "Official Ambassadors of the Army," the U.S. Army Golden Knights have returned to Homestead Air Reserve Base. HARB is the official winter training site to hone their parachuting skills update their certifications in preparation for the 2023 air show and competition circuit.In

  • “See Something, Do Something … Live to Be Lethal!”

    The Air Force Safety Center recently sponsored a department-wide contest to bring attention to off-duty risk management. Participants were encouraged to create both video and safety slogans of off-duty threats to the Human Weapon System. The contest ran from October 8 through November 27, and our

  • Beware of Fake Social Media Accounts

    As Air Force Reserve Command’s social media manager, Senior Airman Erica Webster is constantly on the lookout for bogus accounts claiming affiliation with AFRC. Unfortunately, she usually doesn’t have to look too hard to find a fake page or two.

  • NORAD ready to track Santa’s flight for 67th year

    Every day of the year, the North American Aerospace Defense Command defends North America using an all-domain and globally integrated approach to track everything that flies in and around Canada and the United States. On Dec. 24 each year, NORAD adds a special mission: tracking Santa.

  • Enjoy a Safe Holiday Season

    If you're traveling this year, be sure your vehicle is in good running condition, get plenty of rest and be prepared for any emergency. Traveling by car during the holidays has the highest fatality rate of any major form of transportation based on fatalities per passenger mile. Hundreds of people