• Better Body. Better Life.

    Whether you’re worried about an upcoming Fit to Fight test, struggling with a New Year’s goal that seemed plausible on January 1st, or just want to improve your health, the 911th Airlift Wing has a program for that.
  • Airmen of the Burgh: Staff Sgt. Gena Bartlett

    Staff Sgt. Gena Bartlett, command chief’s assistant with the 911th Airlift Wing, was part of the 911th Security Forces Squadron before applying for her current position with the wing. Bartlett started her career in the Air Force in 2014. She loved working in security forces because it gave her a great hands-on learning experience which she said is how she learns best.
  • Base Leadership Serves Holiday Meal

    Base leadership serves a holiday meal to Airmen at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pa., Dec. 1, 2018. Serving the annual holiday meal at unit training assemblies gives leadership the opportunity to interact with base members.
  • Fitness upgrade

    Are you looking to update your fitness routine? If you said yes, then we have some good news for you. The 911th Airlift Wing Fitness Center just received an upgrade on some of its older equipment. The entire free-weight room has been updated, as well as machines in the cardio room.
  • 911th ASTS Receives Commander's Trophy

    Over the January unit training assembly, the 911th Aeromedical Staging Squadron received the commander's trophy award from Col. Douglas A. Strawbridge, commander of the 911th Airlift Wing, in recognition of their winning score at the end of the 2018 intramural sports season. The intramural season includes basketball, volleyball, softball and flag football competitions where squadrons compete against each other with the goal of winning the Commander's Trophy.
  • Did you even know we cared?

    Dear mentor, To be honest, sir, I never liked you all that much. Maybe this is a bit rude or callous. It’s certainly not the traditional way to start a letter to the person who shaped the foundation of one’s military career. But it’s the truth, and if there’s anything I can cling to amidst the uncertainty your absence leaves behind, it’s that.
  • Airmen Show Giving Spirit through Angel Tree

    Twinkling lights, candles burning, carols being sung – the sights and sounds of the holiday season are all around. But there’s something extra special about the handmade ornaments adorning many of the trees throughout the 911th Airlift Wing. These Angel Trees carry the wishes of those in need.
  • Airmen of the Burgh: Tech. Sgt. Joseph Bridge

    Tech. Sgt. Joseph Bridge, budget analyst with the 911th Financial Management Office, has been at the 911th Airlift Wing for seven years as a photojournalist and now as a budget analyst. Bridge graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a dual bachelor’s degree in administration of justice and legal studies. He was planning to go to law school after graduation but instead chose to continue working full-time. Then, at 27, he decided joining the Air Force Reserve was the next step for him.
  • Leadership serves Thanksgiving meal

    Base leadership serves food to Airmen during a Thanksgiving meal at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pa., Nov. 3, 2018. Every year the base leadership serve a Thanksgiving meal to give thanks to the Airmen on the base.
  • Salute to Service

    Military members from the 911th Airlift Wing and the 171st Air Refueling Wing had the opportunity to go onto Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pa., during a Salute to Service National Football League game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Carolina Panthers November 8, 2018.