• Members of 911th AW Key Spouse Group tour base

    Members of the 911th Airlift Wing Key Spouse Group participated in a base tour at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania, Oct. 4, 2020. The Key Spouse Program was created to improve the morale and readiness of military members and their families, especially when members deploy.
  • Virtual baby shower kicks off 911th FSS support programs for new and expecting parents

    COVID-19 adds even more challenges to pregnancy and parenting, with so many decisions to make weighing the risks and benefits of being near others for work, socialization and appointments. It added a challenge as Tech. Sgt. Vanessa Norris, readiness NCO with the 911th Force Support Squadron and mother to two young girls, sought to bring support she knew was needed to new and expecting mothers. But instead of letting this cancel her plans, she teamed up with local non-profit organizations to bring to the moms of our military community support on a virus-free platform.
  • YRRP: The best thing deployers didn’t know they had

    “The Yellow Ribbon Program is important for the simple fact that it's making aware to everyone in attendance of all the resources that are available to them,” said Master Sgt. Joseph Bridge, Yellow Ribbon representative for the 911th Airlift Wing.“The resources are great because a lot of people show up that have been in the service for 15 or 16 years, and don't know some of the resources that are available.”
  • 32nd APS gets new commander

    Col. Kenneth M. Lute, commander of the 911th Mission Support Group, passes the guidon during an assumption of command ceremony to Maj. Erik Hofmeyer, commander of the 32nd Aerial Port Squadron, at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania, Oct. 3. 2020.
  • 911th CES change of command

    Col. Kenneth M. Lute, commander of the 911th Mission Support Group, passes the guidon to Maj. Corey L. Chance, commander of the 911th Civil Engineering Squadron at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania, Oct. 3, 2020.
  • 911th OG highlights wing-wide teamwork with open house event

    The 911th Operations Group invited all members of the 911th Airlift Wing to an open house event Oct. 2, 2020. The event, which gave Steel Airmen the opportunity to learn about and interact with 911th OG equipment and personnel, was intended to highlight the teamwork involved in launching and flying aircraft and accomplishing the new global strategic mission of the wing.
  • Pittsburgh-area civic leader flight

    Pittsburgh area civic leaders had the opportunity to fly on a local mission in a C-17 Globemaster III assigned to the 911th Airlift Wing and learn more about what the base offers the community, Oct. 1, 2020.
  • The making of a command chief

    “I take pride in the fact that I am an out-of-the-box leader,” said Chief Master Sgt. Jamesha Barnes, command chief of the 911th Airlift Wing. “I'm not normal, as far as how I lead people, but what you can tell by spending any bit of time with me is the fact that I care. And that's what I live by.”
  • Same Air Force, new recruiting

    Imagine you are graduating from high school and all you want to do is join the military. You were planning on meeting with an Air Force recruiter when you turned 18 right after graduation, but now it seems impossible because of the pandemic and you have no idea how to join.
  • Self-care Awareness: Not just for September

    The world throws curveballs, upends plans, and offers challenges every day, but that doesn’t mean that we should give up. This is one of the reasons why self-care and resiliency are so important in everyday life. Taking care of yourself and making sure that you have the energy and resiliency to bounce back during and after crisis is essential.
RSS

Link that provides more information on the Share Your Adventure recruiting program

Link to 911th Services Facebook page

Link to biography section for previous honorary commanders

Featured Links