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  • We Train Like We Fight

    Within the Joint Force, the Air Force leads the way in promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility, or DEIA.

  • Reform the Organization

    Change is inevitable. Change is uncertain. Change may be uncomfortable. However, it is often necessary because the risks of complacency are too great. Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, Chief of the Air Force Reserve (Editor’s note: In 2018, Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, chief of the Air

  • Prioritize Strategic Depth and Accelerate Readiness

    The reason the Air Force Reserve exists is to provide manpower and capabilities to support and defend this nation. This mandate spans the entire spectrum of operations, so we must be prepared to respond to any potential scenario. As a military organization, our primary focus is

  • Green Belt Training Available to All Airmen

    The Air Force Continuous Process Improvement Green Belt Academics e-learning course, through OpusWorks, is now available to all Airmen.The online course, comprised of 40 self-paced modules, replaces the previous 40-hour classroom instruction and provides a flexible and cost-effective way to increase

  • CSAF’s Action Orders Drive IMA Strategic Review Team’s Work

    As an Airman, I have had many amazing life experiences. I’ve traveled around the world and worked with many brilliant, inspirational people. As a former squadron and group commander, I have seen our Air Force provide airlift and combat power, deliver humanitarian aid, and provide countless other

  • Meet the First Sergeants Series: Baker

    Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska – Master Sgt. Joshua Baker is the first sergeant for the 477th Maintenance Squadron. Q: What led you to join the Air Force Reserve?A: I wanted to serve but didn’t want to leave Alaska. Q: What was your previous assignment? Where do you claim as your

  • Honoring The Candy Bomber

    As part of the 75th anniversary of the creation of the U.S. Air Force, Air Mobility Command will honor one of the fledgling service’s first heroes, Col. Gail Halvorsen, with a celebration of his life and legacy in his hometown of Provo, Utah, May 20-21.

  • We Need Your Honest Feedback

    We need your honest feedback and two minutes of your time. Please follow the QR code on the accompanying image to complete a very quick questionnaire on how we can improve Citizen Airman magazine. It's your voice and we're listening.