• 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

  • 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

  • Historic Exercise Steel Challenge

    A six-ship C-130 Hercules aircraft formation was launched for possibly the final time from the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Coraopolis, Pa on November 6, 2016, during Exercise Steel Challenge 16-01.

  • Wishing Davis the best after 40 years of service

    After providing 40 years of service to the Department of Defense, Larry Davis, general engineer for the Civil Engineering Squadron, retired July 29, 2016.   Coming from a military family where each of his brothers served, he followed in his father’s footsteps and enlisted in the Navy. Davis’

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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