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  • AFSNCOA Reporting

     Effective Immediately:  ALL DOD students attending the SNCOA for class 22D and beyond, must posses a current copy of their Security Clearance status, this paperwork will be turned into the faculty on the first day of education.  A Security Clearance Memorandum Letter can be obtained by the Unit

  • Is Your DEERS Information Up to Date?

    When is the last time you checked to see if your information in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System, or DEERS, is up to date? If it’s been a while, take time to log in to DEERS and review your information. Keeping information on you and your family current in DEERS is important.

  • Air Force's Daniel 'Chappie' James Jr. was 1st Black 4-star general

    There are numerous Black American service members who broke barriers and could be highlighted during Black History Month. On Feb. 11, however, it is the 101st birthday of Air Force Gen. Daniel “Chappie” James Jr., the first Black to become a four-star general in any U.S. military branch.

  • 10th Air Force commander visits ‘Makos’

    Maj. Gen. Bryan P. Radliff, 10th Air Force commander, recently visited the Reserve Citizen Airmen of 482nd Fighter Wing at Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida to discuss the current state of the wing, help celebrate the wing’s annual award winners, and led the 10th Air Force Management Leadership

  • Wing honors annual award winners

    Members from the 482nd Fighter Wing were honored as "best of the best" for 2021 during the Annual Awards Ceremony held at Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida Feb. 5.For the second year, the annual ceremony was held in the fitness center due to COVID-19 social distancing protocols. Wing

  • 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.