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JBSA joint, Total Forces practice sling loading skills
December 30, 2020
U.S. Air Force Reserve Component Airmen assigned to the 74th Aerial Port Squadron, Texas Army National Guard Soldiers from the 2nd Company, 149st Aviation Regiment and 108th Aviation Regiment, and active-duty members from the Air Force Special Warfare Training Support Squadron participate in a helicopter rigging mission, Dec. 15, 2020, at Joint Base San Antonio-Chapman Annex, Texas.

Updates to Air Force dress, appearance regulation affect hair length
October 1, 2020
The Department of the Air Force has made additional updates to its dress and appearance regulations,

Reserve squadron, American Airmen march into history
July 20, 2020
Reserve squadron marches into history

Air Force Recruiting Service solidifies Total Force partnership with Air National Guard
July 5, 2020
Air Force Recruiting Service and Air National Guard Recruiting and Retention signed a mutual support agreement that will combine resources and integrate staff to enhance marketing and advertising.

Total force basic trainees part of Air Force Reserve history
June 26, 2020
AFR makes history

Air Force Recruiting Total Force Enterprise makes FY19 goal
October 11, 2019
Senior Master Sgt. Randy Rodriguez, superintendent of the Air Force Recruiting Total Force Recruiting Cell at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, rings the bell signifying Air Force Recruiting Service reached their yearly goal. Each person at AFRS headquarters gets a turn ringing the bell celebrating making goal.

Inaugural Air Force Vice Chief’s Challenge seeks game-changing innovations
January 16, 2019
The Air Force is continuing to look to its Airmen to create innovative solutions to the service’s trickiest challenges, this time specifically seeking their help to improve multi-domain operations. At the Air Force Association convention late last year, Air Force senior leaders announced the creation of the Vice Chief’s Challenge, a Total Force-wide competition created to solicit innovative ideas to solve Air Force-level problems.

Mentoring is for the total force
July 7, 2017
MyVector is an enterprise solution supporting force development and mentoring across the Air Force. It supports individual Airmen, career field managers and development teams. More than 120,000 Airmen have registered in MyVector and more than 15,000 Airmen have created a mentor profile. (Photo Illustration/Vernon Greene)

Total force development services now in a single-point center
May 3, 2017