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  • AFRC introduces first Civilian Force Development e-book

    The Air Force Reserve Command introduces its first Civilian Force Development e-book which has been created to share pertinent information in support of our civilian workforce. The content also applies to personnel on Active Guard and Reserve, Air Reserve Technician and Traditional Reserve status

  • President issues proclamation on National Black History Month 2022

    Each February, National Black History Month serves as both a celebration and a powerful reminder that Black history is American history, Black culture is American culture, and Black stories are essential to the ongoing story of America — our faults, our struggles, our progress, and our aspirations.

  • Army Knights return to South Florida

    For the 13th straight year, the "Official Ambassadors of the Army," the U.S. Army Golden Knights have returned to Homestead Air Reserve Base. This is the official winter training site to hone their parachuting skills in preparation for the 2022 air show and competition circuit.In 1959, nineteen

  • Hybrid Work Environment is occurring now

    Due to the work of a small group of action officers from various directorates across the headquarters, the future is now as AFRC is returning to full capacity through a hybrid work environment, reaching phase four assessment and evaluation over the next 12 months.

  • Civilian Development nomination window opens; expanded eligibility

    The Air Force’s Personnel Center is accepting nomination packages from Department of the Air Force (DAF) civilians for more than 35 Civilian Development opportunities starting Jan. 18.Civilian Airmen and Guardians can apply for up to four programs by submitting their application, resume, and

  • Fighter to the finish, oldest F-16 pilot in the Reserve retires

    Most people in the military think of their jobs as at least a 20-year sentence. You do the time to get the retirement.For Lt. Col. Joseph “Hooter” Feheley, it was a dream come true. So much in fact, it led him into a 33-year flying career with about 5,000 flying hours under his belt.Serving in every