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  • Reserve teen tackles job as singular voice for AFRC youth

    For 17-year old Ryan Pavey, representing the collective voice for tens of thousands of Air Force Reserve youth sets him apart from the average teen. As the AF Reserve representative to the AF Teen Council, it’s something he believes allows him to make a difference in the lives of kids just like him.

  • Around the Wing

    As we close out the year 2015, some people will make New Year’s resolutions. Others take a moment to reflect on a proud accomplishment from this year. The 349th public affairs team was finding out who has made a New Year’s resolution, or who was proud of making a difference for the greater good,

  • Operation Teddy bear

    Organized by the Airmen of the 349th Air Mobility Wing, supported by the 349th Medical and Maintenance Group "elves," OTB visits local schools bearing gifts bags for the children in hopes of making their holidays a little more merry and bright! (photos by Ellen Hatfield)

  • Operation Give Thanks

    For more years than some 349th Air Mobility Wing reservists can remember, they have spent Thanksgiving with the veterans at the California Veterans Home, Yountville.

  • Wing food drive kicks-off - you ‘can’ make a difference

    The 349th Air Mobility Wing Chaplain Corps is beginning the 2009 Annual Food Drive earlier this year with the hopes of making our largest holiday donation ever. The plan is that we will be collecting food between September A-Flight and December B-Flight. Did you realize that if every member of our

  • Intervention - Defensive driving course reinforces good choices

    Twenty-one Airmen completed a defensive driving course at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., each vowing to change one bad driving behavior. Offered the third Wednesday of every month, 'Alive at 25' is a driver intervention program aimed at the highest risk group of drivers, age 16 to 24. Tech. Sgt.

  • Celebrating Women's History

    It may stand to reason that sometime ones best reference points would be from their personal history, their own story. As I thought about my military story, it became clear that my story is one to tell, but would not be possible without those who came before me. As I thought more about the