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March Civil Engineer S-Team rebuilds infrastructures, saves money

Posted September 27, 2013 by Col. Mark Slominski

Courtesy photo Maj. Ryan Wood, 922nd Civil Engineer Flight, stands on the roof of a fire station, July 5, 2013, that his team is building in Afghanistan, to support the Ministry of Defense headquarters building, seen in the background. The small 922 CEF S-Team has participated in a rigorous deployment cycle for more than a…

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History of the Raincross Trophy

Posted December 13, 2013 by Roger Rupp

In 1917, a small group of distinguished Riverside citizens joined with the Riverside Chamber of Commerce to acquire a parcel of land in an area known as the Alessandro Plain on the outskirts of the city. They had a vision – that there would one day be a military airfield on that site – a…

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News Briefs | May 4, 2012

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League of United Latin American Citizens Chapter meets May 5 The March LULAC chapter will hold its fifth meeting on the A UTA, Saturday, May 5, 11 a.m., in the 452 Mission Support Group Conference Room. All are welcome. For more information, contact chapter president, Senior Master Sgt. Willie Barron at 951-655-2039 or williebarron6@aol.com. 4-H…

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Navy Operational Support Center changes command

Posted July 27, 2012 by U.S. Air Force photos by Darnell Gardner

Lt. Cmdr. Eric Cottrell assumes command of the Navy Operational Support Center, Moreno Valley, a tenant unit at March Air Reserve...

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SrA Jacob Ferejan from 452 ASTS is being prep by the nurse to donate blood.
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Snapshot | Blood Drive

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Senior Airman Jacob Fejeran, 452nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron, donates blood Sept. 9. The 452 AMDS, partnered with the American Red Cross, Pomona, Calif. division, to sponsor the blood drive at March Air Reserve Base. Team March members donated a total of 50 units, totaling 23,500 milliliters, of blood during the drive. According to its website,…

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Construction area: Keep out!

Posted November 2, 2012 by By Jim Moats

The north end of March Air Reserve Base, near the ball field, is currently off-limits due to an ongoing project to build a new rubberized, one-half mile running track and support facilities. ...

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Wing Top 3 partners with Habitat for Humanity Riverside to build home for 452AMW Airman

Posted January 11, 2013 by by Master Sgt. Gale Mears-Paulson

Over the years, the March Air Reserve Base Air Force Sergeants Association, Chapter 1360, has donated man hours to (re)building homes for our local community through Habitat for Humanity Riverside. The March Top 3 is currently planning ways to take this invaluable program a step further for wing personnel. Recently, they partnered with local organizations…

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452d Aeromedical Staging Squadron: Our reward is our job

Posted March 8, 2013 by by Darnell Gardner

If the U.S. Armed Forces are to remain the leaders of global engagement, they must maintain a force that stands ready to deploy at a moment’s notice. This type of commitment involves the selfless acts of those whose calling is to serve their country without question or mental reservation. Hardest hit are forces assigned to…

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Rising to the challenge: Combat Camera Rising Six

Posted July 12, 2013 by Tech. Sgt. Christine Jones

Many great leaders have said the enlisted force is the backbone of the Air Force. An organization that is proving this to be true is the Rising Six Committee at March Air Reserve Base, Riverside, Calif.

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Celebrating community partners over time

Posted October 11, 2013 by Staff Sgt. Carrie M. Peasinger

(Inset) 1955 photo known as March Federal Union Opened in 1953 and originally named March Federal Credit Union and known as a “Plain Vanilla Credit Union.” The only services provided were share accounts and loans. This type of Credit Union was common for the time. The idea was to keep use of the institution simple….

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