• 911th AW bible study

    The 911th AW offers a Bible study at the base chapel every Wednesday at noon to nurture the spiritual health of local military members and Department of Defense civilians.
  • Hispanic Heritage Month and the importance of diversity

    Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 each year. This observance celebrates the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
  • Air Force extends fitness tests suspension until January 1, 2021

    The Air Force announced on Sept. 16, 2020 that the physical fitness assessment exemption has been extended to January 1, 2021 due to COVID-19 restrictions in place throughout the Air Force.
  • Commander discusses the new ‘ops normal’ at Air, Space and Cyberspace Conference

    During the panel, Scobee discussed how the Air Force Reserve has risen to meet the challenges of the current pandemic. He said that as the crisis began, he and Chief Master Sgt. Timothy White, AFRC’s command chief master sergeant, set out their top priorities, including:
  • Mental health and the military: Breaking down the stigma

    “The stigma is alive and well, mental health and the military,” said Michael Zimmerman, director of the psychological health program at the 911th Airlift Wing. “It's a combination that people equate with career ending. It can be, but most of the time that's not the case. I’m not in your military record. The only folks who know that you came here for anything are you and me. I can’t stress that enough.”
  • Suicide Prevention Month

    September is Suicide Prevention Month. If you know someone who might be going through a difficult situation please reach out to them, as some people may contemplate suicide or take their life while facing a difficult situation.
  • Paving the way: 911th CES conducts annual training

    The 911th Civil Engineering Squadron is paving the way, quite literally, for the much larger C-17 Globemaster III. With new aircraft come new responsibilities, and the 911th CES is tasked with transforming the base for the C-130 Hercules to C-17 conversion. “We build it, maintain it and protect it,” said Master Sgt. Brenda Smith, 911th Civil Engineering Squadron first sergeant. “That's our mission statement and that's exactly what we do. We're very fundamental to the base. There is almost nothing they can't do. It's impressive to watch. They just do so many different things and it's awesome.”
  • Women of Steel: 911th AW recognizes Women’s Equality Day

    Women in the armed forces, public service, and government have long served this nation by working to clear barriers, enforce laws, implement new ideas, and change people’s attitudes. Women’s Equality Day gives us an opportunity to reflect on the many benefits of true equality and the role of women in our nation. The 911 Airlift Wing team recognizes not only the significance of women’s contributions but also the value of diversity and an inclusive wing.
  • 911th ASTS home station training

    Members of the 911th Aeromedical Staging Squadron participate in patient movement training at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania, Aug. 11, 2020. Senior Master Sgt. David Miller, functional manager with the 911th ASTS, and served as the only living person to be transported during this training; all other simulated patients were mannequins.
  • Weapons training within range

    Nearly 60 members from the 911th Security Forces Squadron, including combat arms instructors, headed approximately 100 miles south to the West Virginia Army National Guard Training Center, known as Camp Dawson, August 10-14, 2020.

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

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Link to biography section for previous honorary commanders

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