News Search

  • Reserve gears up for transition to DTS

    Air Force Reserve Command continues preparations to fully implement Defense Travel System Oct. 1, 2023 and transition away from legacy programs for its travel management needs.Once implemented, the initiative is intended to reduce delays in processing since members will no longer have to rely on

  • HARB stresses water safety amid high temperatures

    Faced with record-breaking temperatures across the nation, the 482d Medical Squadron rallied during their September unit training assembly to prioritize and highlight the importance of recreational water safety.The sustained heatwaves underscore the need for heightened caution during water

  • Command releases results from first Reserve-specific communications survey

    The results are in from a first-of-its-kind communications survey targeted specifically at Reserve Citizen Airmen.Officials with the Air Force Reserve Command Public Affairs Office here, in partnership with the Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs Office, conducted an online communications

  • Get ’Em Green, Stay Ready’

    Air Force Reserve Command’s emphasis on improving its Individual Medical Readiness numbers is getting a shot in the arm from the “Get ’Em Green, Stay Ready” communication initiative.

  • PAD program revamped with ending of COVID-19 Pandemic

    Recent COVID 19 Pandemic events have highlighted the importance of the availability and access of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) as well as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) trained responders. Early CPR is an integral part of providing lifesaving aid to individuals suffering from sudden

  • Reserve Carefully Monitoring AGR Hiring

    Air Force Reserve Command will be closely monitoring the hiring and on-boarding of new Active Guard and Reserve members for the remainder of the fiscal year to ensure the command stays within its Congressionally-mandated AGR end strength.