• Double drill gets Airmen ready

    The May drill was unusual in that it emcompassed the May and July Unit Training Assemblies back to back. The Medical Squadron, firefighters, aeromedical evacuation squadron and other shops were heavily involved in the four day event. This exercise gave everyone from Airman to Colonel, a glimpse of challenges faced during overseas deployments in the
  • Spirit

    .A prayerful spirit has always been an important part of our national character, and it is a force that has guided the American people, given us strength, and sustained us in moments of joy and in times of challenge. On National Day of Prayer, we acknowledge God's grace and ask for His continued guidance in the life of our Nation." National Day of
  • Wing completes march in Memorial Day parade

    The 932nd Airlift Wing marched the American Flag through the streets of Belleville to show support to military men and women who came before them.  A dozen strong Air Force Reserve Command Reservists showed the crowd what patriotism is made of as they made there way down the mile long route."It was amazing to see all the people from the community
  • Wing prepares for Memorial Day

    Honor guard members Master Sgt. Tonya Hupp and Master Sgt. Gerald Flint spent some time in the public affairs office helping to get the United States flag ready for Memorial Day 2007.They gingerly unfolded the flag from its storage position.  They checked the creases.  It had not been used since Veteran's Day and they took care to inspect it with
  • Reservists urged to establish virtual accounts

    Air Force Reserve Command officials want officers, senior NCOs and supervisors to establish virtual Personnel Center - Guard/Reserve, or vPC-GR, accounts.Lt. Col. Miriam Carlson urged all reservists at the last mandatory wing commander's call to get a vPC-GR account, by logging on to the vPC-GR Web site. "The vPC-GR is our tool to transition
  • More Customer Service changes

    To better serve our customers, the following changes are effective immediately in Customer Service. During the UTA, ID cards will only be available at the 375th Customer Service office located in Bldg. P10. Any member needing an ID, to include dependent and retiree, must do so at P10. This should eliminate the long waits members have been