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  • Air Force Reserve Command leadership visits Ali Al Salem Air Base

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Richard W. Scobee, chief of the Air Force Reserve and commander of the Air Force Reserve Command, and Chief Master Sgt. Timothy C. White Jr., senior enlisted advisor to the Chief of the Air Force Reserve and command chief of the Air Force Reserve Command, visited Ali Al Salem

  • Reserve, Guard senior leaders discuss capabilities, challenges at AFA

    Maj. Gen. John P. Healy, deputy to the chief of the Air Force Reserve, Lt. Gen. Michael A. Loh, director of the Air National Guard, and Maj. Gen. Daryl Bohac, Nebraska National Guard adjutant general, participated in a roundtable discussion led by Heather Penny, senior resident fellow at the AFA’s

  • Spring is on its way!

    This spring the Air Force Safety Center introduces the #DAFRider video series giving riders another avenue to acquire skills, learn standards and build the rider mentality. The series is intended to help motorcycle riders with lessons learned and illicit ideas on riding topics to highlight

  • AFAF kicks off at HARB March 7

    This year's Air Force Assistance Fund "Taking Care of Our Own" campaign runs March 7 to May 13 at Homestead Air Reserve Base. It allows critical support to Airmen, Guardians, and their families – active duty, Reservists, Guardsmen, retirees, and surviving spouses from the Air and Space Forces.The

  • HARB declares HPCON Bravo

    The 482nd Fighter Wing commander, Col. David Castaneda, has updated the guidance and policies regarding the installation’s Health Protection Condition changing from Bravo Plus to Bravo as part of Homestead Air Reserve Base’s ongoing COVID-19 mitigation efforts.Details of the new requirements for

  • HARB moves to HPCON Bravo Plus

    The 482nd Fighter Wing commander, Col. David Castaneda, has updated the guidance and policies regarding the installation’s Health Protection Condition changing from Charlie to Bravo Plus as part of Homestead Air Reserve Base’s ongoing COVID-19 mitigation efforts.Details of the new requirements for

  • ‘Candy Bomber’ passes away at 101

    Starting his career in the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1942, Halvorsen served as a pilot until his retirement in 1974, after accumulating more than 8,000 flying hours and 31 years of military service. He was also known as the "Candy Bomber."