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  • Wing of Choice Airmen ACE Cope North 24

    About 60 403rd Wing Reserve Citizen Airmen supported the multinational U.S. Pacific Air Forces-sponsored exercise, Cope North 24, Feb. 4-23 at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam.

  • Allies and partners work together for Cope North 2024

    Royal Australian Air Force Leading Aircraftman Kurt Lewis, an imagery specialist with 464 squadron, watches as a U.S. Air Force C-130J Super Hercules aircraft with 403rd Wing taxis the flight line during Cope North 24 at Tinian, Northern Mariana Islands, Feb. 10, 2024. Marines of Marine Aircraft

  • Low-cost, low-altitude airdrop training

    An 815th Airlift Squadron C-130J Super Hercules aircraft conducts a low-cost low-altitude (LCLA) airdrop July 18, 2023, at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. The LCLA airdrop is accomplished by dropping bundles weighing 80-500 pounds with pre-packed expendable parachutes. This is routine training

  • Flying Jennies soar through Smoky Mountains

    Members of the 815th Airlift Squadron, Flying Jennies, conduct low level training flights through the Tennessee Smoky Mountains in a C-130J Super Hercules during June 2023. The 815th AS is a tactical airlift unit tasked with the capability of resupplying the forces, provide for their airlift

  • Rally in the Swamp

    This year’s 22nd Air Force week-long exercise, Rally in the Swamp, was held in Florida to test Reserve Citizen Airmen on agile combat support by challenging them with realistic scenarios that support a full spectrum of operations.

  • Campanile assumes command of 403rd Operations Group

    Lt. Col. Kevin J. Campanile assumed command of the 403rd Operations Group in a ceremony at the Roberts Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Facility auditorium Nov. 7.Overseeing the ceremony was 403rd Wing commander, Col. Stuart M. Rubio.Before introducing the new commander, Rubio first recognized Lt.

  • 815th Airlift Squadron conducts training in Alaska

    The 815th Airlift Squadron participates in a training exercise at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, July 13-16, 2021. During the exercise, aircrew provided heavy-equipment airdrops, airlift for more than 1,300 paratroopers, and completed low-level flight training to challenge their tactical

  • Flying Jennies train in Alaska

    The 815th Airlift Squadron put their Reserve Citizen Airmen to the test in Alaska with both the temperatures and the terrain, July 13-16, working with the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Airborne, 25th Infantry Division. The 815th AS provided airlift for more than over 1,300 paratroopers for three

  • Lt. Cols. Ord and Weiher retire

    Maj. Gen. Jay Jensen, Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters director of plans, programs and requirements, presided over the retirement ceremony of Lt. Cols. Walter Ord and Timothy Weiher, 815th Airlift Squadron director of operations and assistant DO, respectively, at the Roberts Consolidated

  • 815th AS kicking up dust; letting cargo, personnel drop

    Members of the 815th Airlift Squadron, or Flying Jennies, conduct an assault takeoff from a semi-prepared runway, or dirt runway, during some airdrop training missions at landing and drop zones near Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, June 28-30. These formation airdrops consisted of dropping