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  • KANZA-01

    In a way, the 931st Air Refueling Group will become 30 years older during the March Unit Training Assembly. That's when Col. Tim Cahoon is scheduled to assume command of the Group, bringing with him three decades of Air Force experience. He was last assigned to Air Combat Command Headquarters at Langley Air Force Base, Va., as a Reserve advisor and
  • Back In The Saddle Again:

    The 931st Air Refueling Group Chaplain recently returned home to Kansas after completing a deployment to Iraq. Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Dave Fulton spent six months serving with the 557th Expeditionary Red Horse Squadron in Iraq and traveling to other countries within the Area of Responsibility leading worship services and observances, providing
  • 'A pastor to some, a chaplain to all'

    It is one of the smallest offices in the 931st Air Refueling Group. Yet it has been one of the Group's biggest supporters of Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. Chaplain (Capt.) J. Stephen Hicks was deployed in support of OEF when he was attached to the Group late last year. Chaplain (Lt. Col.) David Fulton returned just a month ago after a six
  • Guam On The Horizon

    Thirty-seven group members, including flyers, maintainers and some intelligence personnel have been going through pre-deployment motions over the past couple of months as part of their requirements to deploy to Anderson Air Force Base, Guam to support Pacific Air Forces and AEF requirements. Deployers went through briefings from the 931st Mission
  • Big DAN on Campus

    There's a 6 foot tall, 205 pound defensive monster roaming the halls of the 931st Air Refueling Group. You don't have to fear for your life though, Friends University safety Dan Kontz, son of Lt. Col. Keith Kontz, the 931st ARG Chief of Standardization and Evaluation, isn't here to terrorize our offense and special teams. He's here to help with
  • The Disappearing Waist Trick

    Everyone experiences defining, often life-changing moments that leave indelible marks upon their lives. These instances can often be so dramatic that years later, the person can still describe what they were doing when the moment occurred. I have had many as I am sure most have, and one of mine happened in December 2005 when I traveled to Houston,
  • 'JAGhdad'

    It was March when the 931st Air Refueling Group Judge Advocate General packed her bags and gear, boarded an aircraft and set off to work at the largest legal office in the Department of Defense. Lt. Col. Deann Lehigh, the 931st Air Refueling Group Judge Advocate General recently returned from a five-month tour of duty with Task Force 134's Detainee
  • 931st Airmen receive 4th Air Force aircrew of the year award

    An 18th Air Refueling Squadron crew was chosen to receive the 4th Air Force Aircrew Excellence award. Col. (Ret.) Nancy Driscoll, President of the Bob Hope Chapter of the Air Force Association, presented the award to three of the four crewmembers in a ceremony at March Air Reserve Base, Calif., July 27 during the annual Raincross Dinner. Maj. Larry