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  • Online Conduct

    WESTOVER AIR RESERVE BASE, Mass. -- Any Airman with reason to believe he or she may have been affected by online hazing of bullying is encourages to seek local assitance from AFOI, commanders, first sergeants, chaplains, SARC, SVC, and inspectors general. Anyone inquiring about Air Force social media standards can refer to AFI 1- or AFI
  • Patriot Wing names second quarter winners

    The wing's second quarter winners are:Airman of the quarter: Senior Airman Katelyn Dotson, 439th Communications Squadron NCO of the quarter: Tech. Sgt. Maria Mena, CSSNCO of the quarter: Senior Master Sgt. Jeffrey Roule, 439th Aircraft Maintenance SquadronCompant Grade Officer of the quarter: Capt. Matthrew Borowski, 439th Contingency Response
  • Safety Update

    WESTOVER AIR RESERVE BASE, Mass. -- The safety office would like to remind all members the ellipse is the only authorized area on Westover for the use of earbuds, headphones etc. Per AFI 91-207 para 3.7.6. The use of portable headphones, earphones, cellular phones, or other listening and entertainment devices (other than hearing aids) while
  • Financial Readiness

    Westover has a personal financial counselor available.
  • Colonel Durham takes command

    The change of command took place on this historical base ellipse with perfect weather overhead.
  • First Patriot Wing C-5M joins flight line

    Re-engined airlifter is first of eight to equip Patriot Wing
  • Patriot Clipper trains Airmen in quick response to real-world emergencies

    Week-long exercise brings together Air Force Reserve National Guard units, federal agencies
  • Patriot Clipper under way at Westover

    Air Force Reserve Command units from Massachusetts and throughout the nation are converging at Westover and two other area locations this week as a major Air Force mobility exercise got under way Monday.Reservists from Westover's 439th Airlift Wing and several other units are traveling to the former Plattsburgh Air Force Base, N.Y. (now Plattsburgh
  • Take advantage of the Yellow Ribbon program

    Yellow Ribbon ensures our members and their families are fully informed regarding all the resources available to them for just about every possible scenario or challenge that might present itself. These events are held monthly at popular resorts around the country. Up to two guests may accompany the member to the event. The Air Force Reserve pays costs formembers and their guests to attend, including air fare, lodging, and meals.
  • OPSEC, you and Facebook

    To keep yourself, your family, and your unit safe, follow these tips when using your personal Facebook or other social media.