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  • Reservists receive more benefits with annual DoD mobilization authorities

    The United States Federal Code details mobilization authorities for Reserve Component support to Combatant Commanders. Currently, the Secretary of Defense and delegated civilian leadership utilize three authorities for Air Reserve support to Combatant Commanders, according to Air Force Reserve Force Generation Center officials.The authorities are,
  • Member helps speak at aviation day

    Various current and retired members of the 932nd Airlift Wing like Tech Sgt. Stephanie McCloud, from the operations area, were on hand at a Girls in Aviation event held at St. Louis Downtown Airport Oct. 4, 2019. She talked about her reserve experience as an Airman. The program is designed to bring awareness of training and job opportunities in
  • New financial readiness training coming in November

    Beginning Nov. 15, financial readiness training will be required for all Reserve Citizen Airmen at defined touchpoints throughout their military career.
  • Welcome to the team

    Welcome to the wing! Maxwell Helgeson, at center, enlisted into the Air Force Reserve's explosive ordnance disposal career field with the 932nd Airlift Wing on October 23, 2019, at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. "I've been a Deputy Sheriff with Peoria County and always wanted to do a special operations-type job, and do something special with the
  • SAVE THE DATE: Nov 17 meetings with commander

    Jr Enlisted: Sunday, 17 November @ 1200-1230 (Base Auditorium)SNCOs: Sunday, 17 November @ 1245-1315 (Base Auditorium)CGOs: Sunday, 17 November @ 1330-1400 (Base Auditorium)FGOs: Sunday 17 November @ 1415-1445 (Base Auditorium) 
  • AFRC restructures the enlisted grade force

    On October 1, more than 3,500 enlisted Reserve Citizen Airmen will see upgrades to their grade authorizations.MAJCOM senior enlisted leaders and other key members reviewed, evaluated and restructured the enlisted grade authorizations as part of the Enlisted Grade Council, established in 2016. The council grew out of a continuous process improvement
  • Computer Language Self-Assessment gives Reserve Citizen Airmen unique opportunities

    Reserve Citizen Airmen with computer language knowledge now have the opportunity to put their coding skills to use for the Air Force.By completing the Computer Language Self-Assessment (CLSA) on myPers, qualified Airmen may be selected for temporary duty assignments across the Air Force.“Reservists bring the warrior ethos that we need to ensure
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