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airmen, from left, maj. kenneth thomas, a navigator with the 94th airlift wing, dobbins air reserve base, georgia, col. christopher walters, commander of the 94th airlift wing, dobbins air reserve base, georgia, and lt. col. casey duvall, a u.s. army aviation brigade commander, who is being presented with the 2020 public service award for the 94th airlift wing, dobbins air reserve base, georgia, pose for a photograph. (courtesy photo)
airlift is a set of 37 u.s. states from the northeast to the gulf that serve as the region’s airlift operations center. the center is responsible for providing airlift support to the region’s combatant commander during a crisis. airlift encompasses both airlift and aeromedical lift, a combination of aircraft and personnel that can provide medical evacuation, airlift, and aeromedical support during a disaster. to learn more about airlift, visit airlift.af.mil
air force reserve aviator lt. col. jake dietrich, oklahoma city, ok, prepares to launch a c-130j super hercules, sept. 15, 2021. the reserve officer is assigned to the 306th airlift wing, tulsa air national guard, tulsa, oklahoma. the 206th airlift squadron at tulsa is the host unit for operation rodeo relief and is providing airlift support for the operation.
air force reserve maj. justin seibert, oklahoma city, ok, and air force reserve maj. charles phipps, oklahoma city, ok, complete a mission of dropping off relief supplies and personnel, sept. 15, 2021. the two officers are assigned to the 306th airlift wing, tulsa air national guard, tulsa, ok. the 206th airlift squadron is the host unit for operation rodeo relief and is providing airlift support for the operation.
On April 16, 2020, the Air Force petitioned to review its long-standing ban on female service members performing airlift and airdrop duties. For the last 41 years, the Air Force has banned women from flying C-17 Globemaster III airlifts and KC-10 Extender refueling crews, both of which are crucial to moving patients with COVID-19 and transporting critical supplies. The second phase of the Air Force’s Operation Lion’s Claw, in which four aircraft flown by Airmen from the 426th Airlift Wing flew on a massive C-17 Globemaster III mission to deliver essential medical equipment and supplies to four European cities, has been completed. After the mission, the aircraft was disinfected and the Airmen were given a deep clean. The U.S. Air Force conducted more than 1,100 training events using virtual environments during the month of March. These exercises were conducted by a wide array of organizations throughout the Air Force, including the 417th Wing at Joint Base Charleston (S.C.) and the 10th Airlift Wing at Joint Base Langley-Eustis (Va.). Essential missions throughout the Air Force still continue even during this pandemic. Below are some links to stories on how these units have adapted to make sure they can continue to execute these missions despite COVID-19 The 284th Global Hawk Wing executed a congressionally mandated, sovereign-to-sovereign refueling mission Sept. 23 with a refueling tanker from the 924th Airlift Wing at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (Oahu, Hawaii). The 241st Airlift Wing at March Air Reserve Station has been at the forefront of the WSSC mission in unprecedented and historic ways, including during deployment to hurricane-ravaged areas of Texas and the Gulf Coast. 5ec8ef588b