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  • Col. Boehle talks resiliency

    Air Force Individual Reservists are the absolute best our nation has to offer.  They have unlimited opportunities to serve in an extremely flexible status that provides valuable skills to their organization while building and sustaining their warfighting skills. An individual reservist’s unit has operational control for their members and is the
  • 75 years, hunting hurricanes

    Hurricane stories vary from person-to-person and squadron-to-squadron, but they all seem to have one thing in common: the capability of their aircraft and the use of instruments for navigation and data collection, proving the hurricane hunters of yesterday, today and tomorrow keep the mission going.
  • Invite to apply for Senior NCO Leadership Course in 2020

    Invite to Apply - SNCOLC 21-22 March, 2020 @ 932 AW-(SNCOs ONLY)  We excited to announce that the 932nd will be hosting SNCOLC in FY20! We want to extend the invitation to all of our Senior NCO's to apply for the upcoming 2 day course, starting 21 March – 22 March, 2020. All request to attend must be submitted to Wing Training NLT 15 March, 2020.
  • Patriot Warrior 2019 participants conduct training scenario at Minneapolis Air Reserve Station

    U.S. Air Force Capt. Tyler Relph, critical care aerial transport team registered nurse, manages patient movement during a training scenario as part of the Patriot Warrior exercise Aug. 16, 2019, at Fort McCoy, Wis.
  • Airman Leadership School graduates thoughtful leaders

    Two members of the 932nd Airlift Wing were recent graduates of the Airman Leadership School held at Scott Air Force Base.  Senior Airman Haley Merkel, Aerospace Medical Technician from the 932nd Medical Group, and Senior Airman Melissa Estevez, 932nd Public Affairs Specialist, who both finished the program this summer and helped run the
  • Legacy and leadership noted in farewell

    Senior Master Sgt. William Bassett retired from the 932nd Airlift Wing in a ceremony held August 4, 2019 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. He was presented the American flag which he presented to his family, He took a few moments to thank everyone, looked at a list of all the generals he's served under, and touched on the legacy of the 932nd Airlift
  • Patriot Warrior: more than an exercise

    More than 600 Reserve Citizen Airmen from 42 installations have descended upon three different military installations as Patriot Warrior 2019 kicks off, here.
  • Wounded warrior program to visit wing 22 August

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program (AFW2) is a  program mandated by law that exists to provide personalized support to Active Duty, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reserve Airmen serving in the United States Air Force that become wounded, ill, or injured and are facing an unexpected transition from the military.  The program advocates for
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