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  • 911th AW conducts first home station check on Pittsburgh soil

    The first HSC performed at their home base was a testament to the adaptability and resiliency of Steel Airmen of the 911th Maintenance Group. On May 9, 2020, Airmen began their HSC out on the flightline while working social distancing, mask wearing and sanitizing into their procedures.
  • Two units, one mission: The ties that bond us together

    What does the 185th Air Refueling Wing in Sioux City, Iowa have to do with the ¬911th Airlift Wing at Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania, more than 900 miles away? It all started with a couple of pilots who happened to be good friends.
  • LRS gains new warehouse

    Tech. Sgt. Tobin Civils and Staff Sgt. Mamadou Bah, material management craftsmen with the 911th Logistics Readiness Squadron, asses the storage capacity of a new warehouse at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Pa., Feb. 14, 2019. The new 911th LRS warehouse space was added to building 312 in early November in order to allow the base supply, previously located in building 320, to move to the main 911th LRS building. The contents of the warehouse are in the process of being moved into the new space but as it gets filled it will store mobility bag assets for base personnel and readiness spares packages among other items.
  • Home-cooked meal

    For many folks who are away from home, a simple home-cooked meal could be just what the doctor ordered to raise their spirits. That’s exactly what members from the 911th Airlift Wing Safety Office tried to do by bringing a home-cooked meal to 911th AW Airmen who are currently on a temporary duty assignment at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, on behalf of the 911th AW Key Spouse Organization and 911th Maintenance Group leadership.
  • C-17s as far as the eye can see

    C-17 Globemaster III aircraft assigned to the 911th Airlift Wing and the 445th Airlift Wing sit on the flightline at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio on January 15, 2019.
  • 911th Operations Group gains new commander

    Airmen, family and members of local Pittsburgh organizations gathered to witness an assumption of command ceremony here Jan. 5, 2019.
  • 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.
  • Unlocking a new adventure after 37 years of service

    After providing 37 years of service at the 911th Airlift Wing, George Kelly, vehicle maintenance manager for Maytag Aircraft Corporation, effectively retires Friday July 29, 2016.  Kelly joined the Army Reserve in June 1965 as an equipment mechanic. In November 1979, he started his civilian career at the 911th as a mechanic. Although he completed
  • Forklift training

    Airman Sierra Messina, traffic management office apprentice with the 911th Logistics Readiness Squadron, participated in forklift training at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, June 23, 2016. Completing this training qualified Messina to operate a forklift for the next three years. Master Sgt. Brian Babusci, TMO
  • Cyber Lightning sparks virtual awareness

     “Was it worth the trip?”This question was asked by Master Sgt. Robert Beveridge, computer systems operator with the 910th Airlift Wing and software engineer at Carnegie Mellon University to a classroom full of communications Airmen.The answer was a unanimous yes.Communications Airmen from the 911th Airlift Wing, the 910th AW and the 171st Air
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