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  • Discipline leads to championship trophy

    With a new trophy to add to her collection, Tech Sgt. Meya Rayner, 927th Commander Support Staff wing administration flight chief, expresses how discipline and motivation were vital parts to get through training.

  • Learn as much as you can

    Located in the countryside of eastern Georgia lies the city of Waynesboro, a suburb just south of Augusta. This was the work site for more than 160 Reserve service members from the Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Air National Guard who participated in an innovative readiness training project June

  • Life, liberty and the pursuit of serving

    In the Bulacan province of the Philippines, Mark Cruz began to dream of something greater, something different, something life changing—becoming an American Airman.