Tag: Pittsburgh
  • 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.
  • Battle Rig: A new kind of fitness

    A new workout made its debut here October 14, 2018, with the introduction of the Alpha Warrior Battle Rig to Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station’s array of fitness equipment. The 911th Airlift Wing welcomed two Alpha Warrior pros, Tawnee Leonardo and Kevin Klein, to demonstrate the rig, and explain the various programs designed to keep Airmen functionally fit.
  • Cyber exercise supports academic research, points toward future capabilities

    Sixteen Airmen manned their battle stations.  The clock ticked closer to the expected moment of contact and then the attack began.  Rather than the Airmen being armed with M-4 rifles they were armed with computer mice and rather than a physical attack coming from an enemy in mass a digital adversary attempted to find and exploit the 911th Airlift
  • Airmen of the Burgh: Staff Sgt. Kevin Mulhollen

    As an aircraft electrical environmental technician, Staff Sgt. Kevin Mulhollen’s duties and responsibilities include pressurization, liquid oxygen, and maintenance of electronic aircraft systems.   Mulhollen is from Johnstown, Pennsylvania. After high school, he tried going to college but found that it wasn’t the right environment for him.   “I was
  • Angel Tree gets helping hand

    For many, the most wonderful time of the year begins as the days grow shorter, the nights grow colder, and the holidays creep closer on the calendar. For others, however, this time of year is not as joyous. Some families may struggle to get by and find it difficult, if not impossible, to enjoy the holidays as they used to.   This is where the 911th
  • Flying Padres visit 911th AW

    Members of the National Association of Priest Pilots took a tour of the installation here, July 13, 2016.   The NAPP, or “Flying Padres,” consists of Catholic priests with pilot licenses and their supporters. They use their particular aviation skills to support people, churches and priests in remote areas.   Members of the organization visited the

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

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