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  • Chiefs spare some time bowling with youth

    The Volunteer Council for Texas Youth in San Antonio, a non-profit organization dedicated to youth in the San Antonio area, held the 14th Annual "Spare Some Time for Texas Youth Bowl-A-Thon". The event was October 27th and ran from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Bandera Bowl on Huebner Road. The proceeds benefit San Antonio area TYC programs, i.e.
  • Reserve Training Instructor gets top honors

    Some people say if you don't use it, you lose it when it comes to professional skills. Some people don't know the Military Training Instructor of the Year, Reservist category, for 2007. A lot of things can happen in nearly a decade. In fact, time can make life a whole lot sweeter. Take one basic military instructor who left the Air Force and
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  • Hail, farewell to four Alamo Wing chiefs

    Some say life begins at retirement. If so, four Chief Master Sergeants from the 433rd Airlift Wing just started living on the August B Unit Training Assembly. With 138 years of experience between them, Chiefs Ronald Csehil, Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, retires with nearly 42 years of service, Robert Hastie, 74th Aerial Port Squadron, almost 41
  • Reserve, civilian medical pros build bridge

    It is possible to have the best of both worlds in the medical field. Patients in San Antonio's Southwest General Hospital know what that is. A new program has 46 Reservists from the 433rd Airlift Wing's Medical Squadron completing annual 15-day training periods working with civilian providers at Southwest General Hospital. The medical professionals
  • Tuition assistance programs aid degree quest

    A new education program called the Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative, or AU-ABC, started in June. The program offers members of the Air Force, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard the opportunity to transfer all Community College of the Air Force credits towards the pursuit a Baccalaureate degree at participating
  • Reserve Training Instructor gets top honors

    Some people say if you don't use it, you lose it when it comes to professional skills. Some people don't know the Military Training Instructor of the Year, Reservist category, for 2007. A lot of things can happen in nearly a decade. In fact, time can make life a whole lot sweeter. Take one basic military instructor who left the Air Force and
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