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  • March 2020 KANZA Warrior Spotlight

    March 2020 KANZA Warrior Spotlight, SrA Madison Doherty from the 18th Air Refueling Squadron.
  • 931st Mission Support Group director sees future

    The transition of the 931st Air Refueling Wing from a group to wing has been accompanied by several changes including the creation of new organizations such as the 924th and 905th Air Refueling Squadron. One of the last pieces of the puzzle will soon be the creation of the 931st Mission Support Group.
  • Air Force Reserve Command to align with Total Force budget decisions

    Air Force Reserve Command leaders are taking steps, along with other major commands, to address changes to Total Force fleets in the Air Force Fiscal Year 2021 Presidential Budget released today.
  • Annual Awards Banquet 2019

    Annual Award winners are recognized by Col. Phil Heseltine, 931st Air Refueling Wing commander, Feb. 1, 2020, at Derby, Kan. The annual awards banquet in a tradition that honors and celebrates Airmen who’ve performed exemplary service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Abigail Klein)
  • Retired Chief Master Sgt. Ericka Kelly speaks at all-call

    Chief Master Sgt. Takesha Williams, 931st Air Refueling Wing command chief, speaks to Airmen of the 931st Air Refueling during an enlisted all-call Feb. 1, 2020, at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan. As the 931 ARW command chief, Williams is the principle advisor on matters concerning the health, morale and welfare of approximately 740 dedicated
  • KANZA Warrior Spotlight-February 2020

    KANZA Warrior Spotlight February
  • Air Force Reserve supports repatriation efforts at March ARB

    A chartered aircraft carrying 210 U.S. citizen evacuees from Wuhan, China, arrived at March Air Reserve Base, California, after refueling in Anchorage, Alaska, where passengers received two medical screenings by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • McConnell Reservist summits Mount Everest

    Tech. Sgt. Daniel Wehrly, was on top of the world, literally. It’s been more than eight months since the 931st Maintenance Squadron Technology craftsman summited 29, 035 feet to the world’s tallest peak, Mount Everest, but he still remembers it as if it were yesterday.
  • Neighborly love

    What happens inside the gates of McConnell is usual, everyday business to the Airmen that work there, but for most of the outside community it is a complete mystery.